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T. Boone Pickens announces $20M gift to Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins

Endowment will support innovative ideas for new research avenues…

Legacy gifts represent 17% of Rising to the Challenge campaign goal

Energy Innovator T. Boone Pickens Announces $20 Million Bequest to the Wilmer Eye Institute…

16-year-old researcher may hold key to cancer detection

Jack Andraka’s new method to detect pancreatic cancer developed at Kimmel Cancer Center…

Exploring language recovery for stroke patients

Neurologist Argye Hillis studies electrical stimulation to improve synaptic plasticity…

Sculpture by renowned artist Willem de Kooning arrives at Johns Hopkins campus

'Reclining Figure' on 5-year loan from The Willem de Kooning Foundation…

Graduate fellows head out to assess threats on water resources

Interdisciplinary fellowship will train scholars to develop strategies to reduce threats to water, climate, and health…


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