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From the inner city to Yale and neurosurgery

From the inner city to Yale and neurosurgery

Benjamin Carson, M.D., told graduates that hardship can be a good thing.

An elite neurosurgeon born in crushing poverty, Benjamin Carson, M.D., told the Class of 2007 how learning transformed his life and urged the graduates to use their education to transform society.

Carson, selected by the graduating class of 86 new physicians as their Commencement speaker, is director of the Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and a former fellow...

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Learning, collaboration and engagement are essential, CDC chief tells EPH grads

Learning, collaboration and engagement are essential, CDC chief tells EPH grads

In an increasingly interconnected world, public health networks are vitally important, Commencement speaker Julie L. Gerberding, M.D., M.P.H., told public health students during Commencement ceremonies in Battell Chapel on May 28.Gerberding, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), described four qualities that will foster these networks. She said that in order to answer urgent...

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Anxiety penetrates Yale system! Students, faculty stressed! Deputy dean to the rescue!

Anxiety penetrates Yale system! Students, faculty stressed! Deputy dean to the rescue!

What happened to the freewheeling, easygoing Yale system? How did stress enter the lives of Yale med students? Was it a...

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As budding researchers, students reveal a talent for ‘mind-boggling’ science

As budding researchers, students reveal a talent for ‘mind-boggling’ science

From a study of a transgenic mouse with Alzheimer’s disease to an analysis of the effects of clinic attendance on...

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Match Day 2007

Match Day 2007

Nationally, this year’s match was the largest in the program’s 55-year history, with almost 28,000 medical students...

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