Administration

Transmittal Addendum Requirement for Visiting Scientists, Postdoctoral Fellows and Trainees with Foreign Support

Transmittal Addendum Requirement for Visiting Scientists, Postdoctoral Fellows and Trainees with Foreign Support

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In order to comply with NIH Grants Policy, visiting scientists, postdoctoral fellows and trainees with foreign support must obtain approval for foreign involvement from the federal sponsor prior to processing of the appointment. To obtain approval, the sponsoring PI should email his/her NIH Program Officer and request approval for the visiting scientist, postdoctoral fellow or(...)

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MERIT Scholars’ Inspiring Stories and Call for Civic Engagement Committee Members

MERIT Scholars’ Inspiring Stories and Call for Civic Engagement Committee Members

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MERIT Symposium Our 2nd Annual MERIT Symposium was featured during Medical Grand Rounds on Friday, October 12. MERIT Scholars Zion Smith, a high school junior, and Taylor Rooks, a senior spoke about their experiences with the program. Zion performed her summer research project in the laboratory of Larissa Shimoda, professor of in the Division of(...)

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Developments from the Development Office

Developments from the Development Office

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The Department of Medicine development team has hit the ground running in FY19 with an ambitious goal of $22.68M. Some highlights from the first quarter include: $25K for the Division of Endocrinology from an anonymous donor to support the Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism Innovation Fund. The gift will support the lab of Fred Anokye-Danso, MSc,(...)

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Everyday DOM

Everyday DOM

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Everyday DOM recognizes faculty, staff and trainees who embody our core values in the work they do every day in celebration of our Mission, Vision and Values. To see past winners, click here. Barbara Brigade, administrative coordinator in the Division of Hospital Medicine, is the first line of support to 50+ physicians, nurse practitioners and physician(...)

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State of the Department Recap

State of the Department Recap

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Today's State of the Department marked the opening of this year's Medical Grand Rounds. In his address, Mark Anderson reviewed highlights from the past year including findings from the departmental five-year review, and shared his goals for the year ahead. Thank you to everyone who attended. We look forward to another productive year. Highlights include: Launch(...)

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Recent Phishing Scams Reported

Recent Phishing Scams Reported

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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

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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

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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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