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    Hello everyone!

    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is set to make a $100 million investment in its new Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences over the next five years to focus on the role of basic science in new medical advances. This investment continues Johns Hopkins’ “Betting Big on Basic Science” initiative.

    Johns Hopkins Medicine CEO, Dr. Paul Rothman stated, “The time is now to place a big bet on basic science research. We are at an unprecedented time when advances in technology have positioned us to make the greatest achievements in biomedical research that mankind has ever seen.”

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