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News: December 2014

Campus Staff, Osher Students, Collect Gifts, Food and Money During Holidays

CATEGORY: In The Community

The Montgomery County Campus spread holiday cheer to the less fortunate by buying presents for RICA students and donating to Manna Food Center.

Lighting the Way

Let the sun shine in. That’s the philosophy at Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus, where solar panels have been installed at two new monument signs at the entrances to the campus.

Art Exhibit on Display at JHU Montgomery County Campus

CATEGORY: The Arts, In The Community

Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery County Campus is featuring the work of artist Kathy Karlson, an artist in residence at Greenbelt Community Center. The art show will be on display through Jan. 20 at 9605 Medical Center Drive in Rockville. All art exhibits on campus are free and open to the public.

Experimental Ebola treatment Has its Roots at Johns Hopkins

CATEGORY: Academics, Research

In August of 2014, a small biotech company in San Diego with just nine employees became international news. Mapp Biopharmaceutical appeared to have a cure for Ebola. Called ZMapp, the experimental treatment was given to two American aid workers infected with the deadly virus. The patients survived, and a media frenzy ensued.

Johns Hopkins, NIH Docs to Teach Osher Course

CATEGORY: Academics, In The Community

This spring, Osher and Suburban Hospital are kicking off a new course geared toward educating seniors about hot topics in medicine and medical research.