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Fingerhood Recognized at Bloomberg American Health Summit

Fingerhood Recognized at Bloomberg American Health Summit

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Michael Fingerhood, associate professor in the Division of Chemical Dependence, was named one of ten heroes in the nation's efforts to address the opioid epidemic by Michael Bloomberg at the inaugural Bloomberg American Health Summit in Washington D.C. The summit took place on November 29-30 to bring together innovators and policymakers from around the country(...)

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Eight from the DOM Named Highly Cited Researchers

Eight from the DOM Named Highly Cited Researchers

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Eight members of the DOM were named to the Clarivate Analytics' list of 2018 Highly Cited Researchers. This list recognizes world-class researchers selected for their exceptional research performance, demonstrated by production of multiple highly cited papers that rank in the top one percent by citations for field and year in Web of Science. Researchers from the(...)

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Three from the DOM Graduates of Leadership for Women Faculty Program

Three from the DOM Graduates of Leadership for Women Faculty Program

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Three members of the DOM will be honored on Wednesday December 12 as graduates of the first cohort of the Mary Elizabeth Garrett Executive Leadership for Women Faculty program. They will be recognized at the Annual Event and Presentation of the Vice Dean's Award for the Advancement of Women Faculty hosted by the Office of Women in Science(...)

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Choi Named Chief of Nephrology at Georgetown

Choi Named Chief of Nephrology at Georgetown

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Michael Choi, associate professor in the Division of Nephrology, has accepted the position of chief of the Division of Nephrology and Hypertension at Georgetown University Medical Center. Mike completed his medical school and residency training at Hopkins and then following his Nephrology fellowship at Penn, joined the Hopkins Nephrology faculty in 1994. Mike has served(...)

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Tseng and Maruthur Receive Awards from the Society of General Internal Medicine

Tseng and Maruthur Receive Awards from the Society of General Internal Medicine

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Eva Tseng, assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, and Nisa Maruthur, associate professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, were recognized with awards of excellence by the Society of General Internal Medicine at the Mid-Atlantic Region meeting on Friday, November 9. Eva was the recipient of the Award for Excellence in Clinician Investigation(...)

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Goodnight Named Division Administrator

Goodnight Named Division Administrator

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Jamie Goodnight, MBA, was named administrator for the Division of General Internal Medicine. Born and raised in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, she attended Northwood University in Michigan before relocating to Baltimore in 2005. She began her Hopkins career upon arrival in Baltimore as a part of the Whiting School of Engineering, and received her master’s(...)

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Adler Receives Distinguished Fellow Award

Adler Receives Distinguished Fellow Award

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Brittany Adler, instructor in the Division of Rheumatology, received the Distinguished Fellow Award at the 2018 American College of Rheumatology Annual Scientific Meeting in Chicago. The Distinguished Fellow Award was created in 2001 to honor trainees who have made meritorious contributions to the study and practice of rheumatology.

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Daugherty Biddison Named Chief Wellness Officer for Johns Hopkins Medicine

Daugherty Biddison Named Chief Wellness Officer for Johns Hopkins Medicine

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Lee Daugherty Biddison, associate professor and vice chair for clinical affairs, was named the first-ever chief wellness officer of the newly created Office of Well-Being. The office was created in order to sustain an environment that allows Johns Hopkins Medicine faculty and staff to thrive per the recommendations of the Joy at Hopkins Task Force,(...)

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