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Achuff Lecture in Cardiovascular Medicine

Achuff Lecture in Cardiovascular Medicine

The 5th Annual Stephen C. Achuff, M.D. Lecture in Cardiovascular Medicine will take place on Wednesday, September 12 at 8 a.m. in Hurd Hall. Speaker: Marschall S. Runge, MD, PhD, Dean, University of Michigan Medical School Executive Vice President, Medical Affairs "From A to Z:  Artificial Intellignece to Zebibytes in Cardiovascular Care"

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Recent Phishing Scams Reported

Recent Phishing Scams Reported

We have recently been informed of a targeted attacks during which Hopkins faculty or members of the faculty’s administrative staff were phoned and requested to provide credit card numbers for hotels related to meetings or seminars. The cyber attackers will typically have details regarding the seminar to appear more legitimate. Additionally, if questioned about the(...)

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Director’s Reflections: One DOM, Multiple Campuses

Director’s Reflections: One DOM, Multiple Campuses

We in the Department of Medicine are one faculty. But we practice our mission-based activities at more than one place. While we began our journey at the Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH), Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (JHBMC) joined in in 1984.  JHBMC, formerly the Baltimore City Hospital, brought with it opportunities for important new programs(...)

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Developments from the Development Office

Developments from the Development Office

The Department of Medicine Development Office is pleased to share that we have exceeded our annual goal, raising $26.2M in FY18 which will be directed towards faculty and program support, research and unrestricted use. Several highlights of our year include: $375K pledge supporting the Murex Leadership Award in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care(...)

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Happy Labor Day

Happy Labor Day

As we prepare for fall the next academic season, I hope you have had a chance to break away and recharge yourself this summer. I want to congratulate this year’s graduates.  Your hard work and perseverance has paid off.  For those of you returning to school, I wish you the best of luck. Over the(...)

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Randomized Evaluation of Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction Patients With Acute Heart Failure and Dopamine

Randomized Evaluation of Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction Patients With Acute Heart Failure and Dopamine

ARTICLE: Randomized Evaluation of Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction Patients With Acute Heart Failure and Dopamine AUTHORS: Kavita Sharma, Joban Vaishnav, Rohan Kalathiya, Jiun-Ruey Hu, John Miller, Nishant Shah, Terence Hill, Michelle Sharp, Allison Tsao, Kevin M. Alexander, Richa Gupta, Kristina Montemayor, Lara Kovell, Jessica E. Chasler, Yizhen J. Lee, Derek M. Fine, David A. Kass, Robert G. Weiss, David R. Thiemann, Chiadi E. Ndumele, Steven P. Schulman, Stuart D. Russell and on behalf of Osler Medical House Staff JOURNAL: JACC Heart Fail. 2018 Aug(...)

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Rounding Out the Summer

Rounding Out the Summer

The BCU is rounding out its quarterly validations for the month of August. Twenty-six nurses, eight laboratory technicians, six respiratory therapists, three radiology technicians, 17 providers and 13 infection control personnel completed over 200 total hours of training. One of the more fun training objectives included the annual fire extinguisher training with personnel from the(...)

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Bias Reduction in Internal Medicine Initiative Comes to Hopkins

Bias Reduction in Internal Medicine Initiative Comes to Hopkins

The Department of Medicine welcomes BRIM- Bias Reduction in Internal Medicine. The BRIM initiative is a NIH funded study to evaluate an evidence-based pro-diversity intervention throughout academic medicine. Despite having an explicit commitment to equality and fairness, stereotypes can influence our judgments, decision-making and behaviors in unwanted and unintended ways. Evidence from multiple disciplines including(...)

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Reverend Melvin B. Tuggle East Baltimore Community Excellence and Sustainability Award

Reverend Melvin B. Tuggle East Baltimore Community Excellence and Sustainability Award

The Reverend Melvin B. Tuggle Community Award was established in honor of Rev. Melvin B. Tuggle, II a lifelong East Baltimore resident. Rev. Tuggle is the founder and chair of Heart, Body, and Soul, Inc., a partnership between CURE (Clergy United for Renewal in East Baltimore) and The Johns Hopkins Schools of Public Health, Medicine,(...)

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Johns Hopkins Clinical Research Support Offices Annual Reports

Johns Hopkins Clinical Research Support Offices Annual Reports

Clinical research is one of the most complex, yet rewarding missions of Johns Hopkins Medicine. This past year over 600 research teams across Johns Hopkins Medicine, from our academic sites to our community-based sites, have contributed in many ways to our understanding of what treatments work best for patients. We have created an integrated set(...)

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