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Scientists Use Machine Learning to ‘See’ How the Brain Adapts to Different Environments

Johns Hopkins scientists have developed a method involving artificial intelligence to visualize and track changes in the strength of synapses — the connection points through which nerve cells in the brain communicate — in live animals. The...
5-Jun-2023 11:05 AM EDT Add to Favorites

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'Tipping The Balance’ Of Immune Cells from Bad to Good Reverses Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms in Mice

According to the federal government’s National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, nearly 3 million people worldwide — with almost a third in the United States — are living with multiple sclerosis (MS), a disabling neurological...
2-Jun-2023 2:20 PM EDT Add to Favorites

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Heart Attacks Associated with Faster Cognitive Decline Over Years

In a recent study, a Johns Hopkins Medicine researcher and collaborators analyzed data on adults to determine if there is a link between having a heart attack and cognitive decline.
31-May-2023 9:00 AM EDT Add to Favorites

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Researchers Use ‘Natural’ System to Identify Proteins Most Useful For Developing an Effective HIV Vaccine

Scientists have spent years trying to develop an effective HIV vaccine, but none have proven successful. Based on findings from a recently published study, a Johns Hopkins Medicine-led research team may have put science one step closer to that goal.
30-May-2023 2:00 PM EDT Add to Favorites

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Experimental Drug Inhibits or Prevents Diabetic Eye Disease in Wilmer Eye Institute Study

Researchers at Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Medicine say they have evidence that an experimental drug may prevent or slow vision loss in people with diabetes. The results are from a study that used mouse as well as human retinal organoids and...
25-May-2023 2:00 PM EDT Add to Favorites

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AI Used to Advance Drug Delivery System for Glaucoma and Other Chronic Diseases

Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have used artificial intelligence models and machine-learning algorithms to successfully predict which components of amino acids that make up therapeutic proteins are most likely to...
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SpaceMarkers Novel AI Method Identifies Locations, Interactions Among Genes in and Around Tumors

SpaceMarkers, a new machine learning software developed by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Convergence Institute and the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, can identify molecular interactions among distinct types of cells in and around a tumor.
11-May-2023 11:00 AM EDT Add to Favorites

Study of Cancer Metastasis, Most Common Cause of Cancer Death, Gets $35 Million Boost at Johns Hopkins Medicine

With a $35 million gift from researcher, philanthropist and race car driver Theodore Giovanis, scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine will study the biological roots of the most fatal aspect of cancer: how it metastasizes, or spreads, through the body.
10-May-2023 9:25 AM EDT Add to Favorites

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From Patient to Doctor: How a Transplant Recipient Became a Transplant Physician

At age 17, Sara Kathryn Smith began an unexpected, personal health journey — a journey that would alter the course of her life and career and, ultimately, provide her a unique set of experiences to help others as a medical professional. Today,...
3-Apr-2023 10:00 AM EDT

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How to Keep Allergies from Taking the Zing Out of Your Child’s Spring: Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Experts Available

Spring has arrived. The new season is bringing budding trees and blossoming flowers, along with runny and stuffy noses, sneezes and itchy, watery eyes.
21-Mar-2023 10:00 AM EDT

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21-Feb-2023 11:55 AM EST

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New Year, New Habits: Johns Hopkins Children’s Center Experts Weigh in on Tips to Kick-start Healthy Habits in 2023

The year 2023 is here. A new year symbolizes a fresh start and offers a renewed focus on health and well-being. Many people make resolutions regarding their health — and resolutions aren’t just for adults. They are for kids, too. Johns Hopkins...
9-Jan-2023 10:00 AM EST

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