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Cyberspace Implications for U.S. Domain Warfare and Sino Relations
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-01-17)
The predominate cyber discourse has focused on the impact of information theft as it relates to personal banking and financial data with occasional journalistic exploration of cyber enabled industrial and defense related ...
Actomyosin Network in Mechanosensation and Cytokinesis: a Novel Workflow for Animating Cell Division
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-03-26)
A cell’s survival in large part depends on its ability to respond to cues from its environment. Cellular response to chemical cues in the form of hormones, neurotransmitters and even invading viruses is given a great deal ...
The Misrepresented Road to Madame President: Media Coverage of Female Candidates for National Office
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-06-08)
While women represent over fifty percent of the U.S. population, it is blatantly clear that they are not as equally represented in leadership positions in the government and in private institutions. Despite their representation ...
MANAGING CYBERSECURITY AS A BUSINESS RISK FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-06-09)
Cyberspace has become the “Wild West” of business opportunities for companies. The explosion of growth opportunities has also created substantial cyber insecurity for such companies. Large companies have the budget and ...
Transient Risk of Breakthrough Seizures Associated with Phenytoin Refilling and Switching
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-05-07)
Background Generic substitution is prevalent in the U.S.; however, clinicians and patients remain wary of use of generic products for drugs with narrow therapeutic indices. Epileptic seizure control is an example of a ...
Quantifying Relationships Between Storage and Discharge in a Large Database of Reference Watersheds Across the Continental US
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-04-24)
So far there is not a globally known system for catchment classification that will aid in improved models and communication amongst hydrologists. This paper combines two common methods used to analyze the hydrologic response ...
Educating Patients and Physicians About Bariatric Embolization Through Use of Interactive Media
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-03-24)
A third of Americans are overweight or obese. Current weight loss options for obese patients are diet and exercise, medical management, or bariatric surgery. A new treatment undergoing clinical trials at Johns Hopkins ...
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-03-20)
A collection of poems.
Developing Membrane Active Peptides for Endosomal Escape of Macromolecules
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-03-16)
Membrane Active Peptides (MAPs) are an important class of short protein sequences that hold the potential to be used for a number of varied purposes such as antibacterial, antiviral, and drug delivery based therapies. ...
Formula use in a breastfeeding culture: changing perceptions and patterns of young infant feeding in Vietnam
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-04-04)
Background: Child malnutrition, including both undernutrition and overweight, is a global issue with consequences for survival, incidence of acute and chronic diseases, healthy development, and the economic productivity ...