Sheila Burt

Communications Specialist, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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Sheila Burt (BSJ ’06) lived in Japan from 2010-2013. During that time, she traveled to Hiroshima and Nagasaki numerous times and participated in Hiroshima City University’s “Hiroshima and Peace” summer program. She is currently pursuing an MA in Science Writing at Johns Hopkins University and works as a communications specialist at the Center for Bionic Medicine within the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.    

Content by Sheila Burt

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Keiko Ogura still has nightmares about the sounds and smells she experienced 70 years ago this summer, when the world’s first atomic bomb used in war exploded 2,000 feet above her hom