Education

Institute for Excellence in Education Small Grants Program

Institute for Excellence in Education Small Grants Program

Posted by  | Education, Research

The Institute for Excellence in Education (IEE) is accepting gran proposals from SOM faculty members in all areas of medical and biomedical education (broadly defined). "The purpose of these grants is to support faculty in educational investigations and innovative, creative or entrepreneurial work on projects." Awards of up to $5,000 are available, but smaller amounts are(...)

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Learn How to Deliver Better Health Care & Value to Your Organization

Posted by  | Education, Leadership

Introducing the 2018 Leading Transformation for Value-Based Health Care Executive Education Program. The comprehensive content taught by experts in hands-on, engaging workshops covers everything developing leaders need to thrive in the current environment of constant change. The program structure of short, in-person beginning, middle and end onsite collaboration combined with web-based lectures respects the busy(...)

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IEE Summer Teaching Camp

IEE Summer Teaching Camp

Posted by  | CME, Education

The Institute for Excellence in Education (IEE), in collaboration with the Offices of the Vice Dean for Education and Vice Dean for Faculty, the MEHP, the JHFDP at the Bayview Medical Center and the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing are happy to announce the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine IEE Summer Teaching Camp 2017.(...)

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Match Day 2017

Match Day 2017

Posted by  | Education

Congratulations to our residency programs for a very successful match this year. Our department continues to attract some of the top talent from across the country, and we want to thank everyone who participated in this process over the past several months. Bayview Internal Medicine Residency Program: Categorical: Evans Brown, University of Minnesota Turja Chakrabarti,(...)

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Six from the DOM Inducted into Distinguished Teaching Society

Six from the DOM Inducted into Distinguished Teaching Society

Posted by  | Congratulations, Education

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Distinguished Teaching Society was created last year in order to recognize, encourage and support the educational activities, research and career objectives of Hopkins master clinical educators. This year, six members of our department were selected by the Hopkins medical student body to be part of the 2017 cohort inducted into the(...)

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Medical Student Research Symposium Seeking Judges

Medical Student Research Symposium Seeking Judges

Posted by  | Education, Research

The student organizing committee for the Medical Student Research Symposium would like to invite faculty members to act as judges for the 9th annual event on Friday, February 10, 2017 in the Armstrong Medical Education Building. The turnout from medical students remains amazing, with around 10 podium presentations, 40 oral presentations and 90 poster presentations last year. As we attempt to provide all(...)

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Request for 2017 AAMC Awards Nominations

Request for 2017 AAMC Awards Nominations

Posted by  | Education, Research

Please let us know if you wish to nominate a colleague for one of the major awards from the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). Most of these awards require a nominating letter from the dean of the medical school so we will need to notify the dean about potential candidates a few weeks before(...)

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Hopkins Start-up “Quickfires” to Find Solutions for  Metabolic Diseases

Hopkins Start-up “Quickfires” to Find Solutions for Metabolic Diseases

Posted by  | Education, Research, Vice Chair Contributors

Look around Hopkins and you see a culture that has been shaped by the giants in medicine and science. Portraits decorate our walls, and clinical teams, buildings and events are named after famous physicians and scientists. Perhaps less visible is the impact of the teams and processes that enable discoveries to become implementable improvements- drugs,(...)

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Richard Light Returns for CME Course and Grand Rounds

Posted by  | CME, Education

Richard Light, professor of medicine at Vanderbilt, author of "The Light Criteria" and former Osler housestaff will be presenting at Medical Grand Rounds on Friday, February 3. In addition, he will be invited faculty at the 7th Annual Evaluation and Management of Pleural Disease CME course on February 2 and 3. The CME course is covered by tuition(...)

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Mentee-Mentor Awards

Mentee-Mentor Awards

Posted by  | Education

The Mentee-Mentor Awards from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs recognize Johns Hopkins School of Medicine postdoctoral fellows and their mentors for outstanding contributions to science and for exemplifying an exceptional mentor-mentee relationship. Two awards of $5,000 will be made for the following categories (one award for each): basic science research and clinical research. The award could be(...)

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