Administration

Seeking Medical Illustration Project Proposals

Seeking Medical Illustration Project Proposals

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The graduate program in medical illustration seeks thesis projects for their students, proposed by a faculty member (preceptor) in any department in the School of Medicine. Proposals should describe a project based on a communication challenge identified by the preceptor that requires a novel visual solution. If interested, please email Cory Sandone (csandon1@jhmi.edu), director of(...)

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Flores Named Division Administrator for Nephrology

Flores Named Division Administrator for Nephrology

Posted by  | Administration, Congratulations

Sunghee Flores, M.B.A, was named division administrator for the Division of Nephrology. Sunghee started her professional career with Johns Hopkins University Department of Biomedical Engineering in 2002 working with grants and contracts and departmental finances. She remained in that position for five years before leaving to join the Medical Clinic P.A. as CFO in 2007.(...)

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Director’s Reflections: The Meaning of Symbols

Director’s Reflections: The Meaning of Symbols

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As members of the Hopkins community, we are surrounded by symbols both tangible and intangible. As a longstanding institution and the cradle of graduate medical education, many of these symbols represent traditions laid down before our time. Deservedly, Johns Hopkins has transformed into a symbol of diversity, Mary Elizabeth Garrett of inclusion and William Osler(...)

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Should We Include Social Determinants in Electronic Health Records?

Should We Include Social Determinants in Electronic Health Records?

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Social factors account for a significant percent of deaths in the United States; however, research and the inclusion of standard ways to define and capture these determinants into patient health records are arguably in their nascent stage. As talk of social determinants of health permeate the halls of academic medical centers and schools of public health,(...)

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Happy Doctor’s Day!

Happy Doctor’s Day!

Posted by  | Administration

We'd like to take this opportunity to extend a sincere thank you to all of our physicians in honor of National Doctor's Day. We appreciate your time and efforts facing, at times, countless obstacles to care for our patients, educate our students and staff and move our department forward. Our department seems constantly in motion--growing and changing--but(...)

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Barlow Named Assistant Administrator for Sponsored Projects

Barlow Named Assistant Administrator for Sponsored Projects

Posted by  | Administration, Research

Katherine Barlow began her position as Assistant Administrator for Sponsored Projects Administration for the Department of Medicine on Monday, March 19. Partnering with the existing Assistant Administrator for Sponsored Projects Administration, Megan Martin, Katherine will focus on pre-award administration for the department. Katherine brings with her twelve years of experience in sponsored projects administration at(...)

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2018 Research Retreat Recap

2018 Research Retreat Recap

Posted by  | Administration, Research

This year's Research Retreat marked the first-ever collaboration with the Whiting School of Engineering. Thank you to everyone who attended and helped make the event a huge success celebrating the scientific innovations of both the Department of Medicine and the School of Engineering. David M. Levine Excellence in Mentoring Awards: Dale Needham, professor in the Division of Pulmonary(...)

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U.S. News & World Report Reputation Surveys

U.S. News & World Report Reputation Surveys

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The annual U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals and Best Children’s Hospitals reputation surveys are now available to be completed by all eligible physicians. Some faculty may have already received an email to take the survey based on previous years’ participation. To vote, log in to Doximity.com or open the Doximity app. The app(...)

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