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pSMILE Receives ISO 9001 Certification

August 7, 2020

Patient Safety Monitoring in International Laboratories (pSMILE) was awarded ISO 9001 certification, an internationally recognized standard that ensures that products and services meet the needs of clients through an effective quality management system. pSMILE is a contractual resource designed to evaluate and develop the capability of laboratories to participate in the National Institutes of Health - Division of AIDS (DAIDS)...
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In memoriam. Noel R. Rose, M.D., Ph.D.
(1927 - 2020)

August 4, 2020

Noel R. Rose, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Noel R. Rose passed away peacefully on Friday, July 31, in his home in Brookline, MA. Of Hungarian Jewish descent, he was born and raised in New York. His father, a family physician, greatly influenced his career choice. After college at Yale and a PhD in medical microbiology at the University of Pennsylvania, in 1951 Dr. Rose moved to Buffalo for medical school and to follow his lifetime mentor, Dr. Ernest Witbesky.

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Happy Birthday Heppy!

August 4, 2020

Happy Birthday Heppy!
Robert Heptinstall, M.D. ("Heppy") turned 100 on July 22nd! Heppy was the Baxley Professor and Director of the Department for almost twenty years (1969-1988). An expert in renal pathology, he wrote the standard textbook "Pathology of the Kidney," now in its seventh edition.

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Johns Hopkins' Efforts to Develop a COVID-19 Test

July 27, 2020

Dean Rothman & Dr. Karen Carroll
Karen Carroll, director of the Division of Medical Microbiology, recently spoke with Paul Rothman, dean of the medical faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, about Johns Hopkins' efforts to set up testing for COVID-19. Among other topics, they discuss how Johns Hopkins developed its first test and possible future testing approaches. Watch the recording of their conversation.

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