Administration

Host a Baltimore City Public High School Student this Summer

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The Diversity and Academic Advancement Summer Institute (DAASI) invites you to host a Baltimore City high school student during the summer of 2016 at no financial cost. DAASI is a partnership between the Office for Student Diversity at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Thread, a non-profit organization, with student stipends being provided in(...)

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Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Awards

Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Awards

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Johns Hopkins Medicine is pleased to announce the call for nominations for the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Awards, which recognize outstanding commitments to volunteer community service by members of Johns Hopkins. All faculty, staff, trainees, employees, graduate students and retirees are eligible to be nominated to receive this award. Awards will be(...)

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Developments from the Development Office

Developments from the Development Office

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The Department of Medicine had a record-breaking fiscal year for 2015, raising nearly $44 million in gifts, grants and pledges, our highest total in the past five years. Johns Hopkins Medicine benefits from a strong tradition of philanthropy, especially from our grateful patients. The development office also works with foundations and corporations who want to(...)

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Luczak and Simmons named Division Administrators

Luczak and Simmons named Division Administrators

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  Tony Luczak, MBA, was named the division administrator for Nephrology in September. Originally form Duluth, Minnesota, he attended the University of Minnesota where he received his bachelor's in Biochemistry and Genetics in 2002. After college he moved to Boulder, Colorado where he began on the management track at Bonfils Memorial Blood Center. He furthered(...)

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Goals and Focus for 2016

Goals and Focus for 2016

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Fiscal and academic year 2016 will continue to experience the dramatic change affecting all facets of our healthcare environment. Your Clinical Affairs Team goals are reflective of responses to the highest priority changes impacting our mission, while still focused on our vision to: Deliver the highest quality, patient-centered care Develop innovations in clinical care delivery(...)

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Hynson Howell Marvel, Jr. Scholarship

Hynson Howell Marvel, Jr. Scholarship

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The first-ever Hynson Howell Marvel, Jr. Scholarship was presented in September by Erica Johnson, assistant professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases and program director of the Bayview Internal Medicine Residency Program, David Hellmann, professor in the Division of Rhuematology and chair of the Bayview Department of Medicine and Francoise Marvel, Mr. Marvel’s daughter and senior(...)

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Tips from the AAMC Early Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar

Tips from the AAMC Early Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar

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In July, the department sponsored Dr. Wendy Bennett, assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, to attend the AAMC Early Career Women Faculty Professional Development Seminar in Englewood, Colorado. Below are some helpful tips she learned from the seminar:  Become More Efficient–one way to improve e-mail management is called “Zero Inbox.” The goal(...)

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James and Brownlee named Assistant Administrators

James and Brownlee named Assistant Administrators

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Hailey James, MHA, was named the assistant administrator for Inpatient Operations and Excellence in September. Hailey joined Hopkins two years ago as a business services analyst following the completion of her administrative fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina. Earlier this year, she served as the interim chief of staff for the department. In her(...)

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Introducing the New Clinical Affairs Feature

Introducing the New Clinical Affairs Feature

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This will be the start of a regular blog feature outlining updates in the clinical affairs capacity. Please look for it every first and third Thursday of each month. The vision of the Johns Hopkins Department of Medicine Clinical Affairs enterprise is three-fold: 1. High-value, safe, patient and family centered care delivery and education Since(...)

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