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New development will expand Hopkins business accelerator

The exterior of Johns Hopkins' Fast Forward East. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

The East Baltimore branch of a Johns Hopkins business accelerator program is slated for a major expansion thanks to a new, $65.6 million development project. The 1812 Ashland Avenue building, on which stakeholders broke ground Friday, will be a seven-story, ...

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Health startups graduate from Baltimore accelerator

From left, Steven Milner, M.D., Baton advisor and head of Johns Hopkins Burn Unit and Professor of Plastic Surgery; Peter Ball, portfolio director, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures; Zack Goldberg, president of Baton havw a discussion at the Baton table after the presentations at the DreamIt Health Demo Day in Baltimore. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Dr. Stephen Milner sees a problem with how many doctors interact with each other in hospitals. If doctors only make rounds and discuss each patient together once per day, then they’re not communicating enough and increasing the risk of making ...

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JHU cancels Tuesday classes; others adjust schedules

The Johns Hopkins University has canceled its classes in Baltimore City for Tuesday and Tuesday evening, citing an “abundance of caution” regarding safety in the city following Monday’s riots. Officials had no specific information about threats to the Hopkins community ...

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Taking care of the neighborhood

The grand opening of a new Walgreens store and health care clinic in East Baltimore on Friday marks the most tangible result of a partnership between the nation’s largest drugstore chain and Johns Hopkins Medicine. The grand opening of a new Walgreens store and health care clinic in East Baltimore on Friday marks the most tangible result of a partnership that began in 2011 between the nation’s largest drugstore chain and Johns Hopkins Medicine.

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JHU, Jhpiego to unveil health creations

Jhpiego, an international nonprofit health organization affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University, and biomedical engineering students from the university, said they will unveil on Monday two very affordable innovations they developed to help health workers prevent maternal and newborn deaths ...

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