Education

CORRIE: JHU and Apple Collaborate to Bring Cardiac Care to your Fingertips

CORRIE: JHU and Apple Collaborate to Bring Cardiac Care to your Fingertips

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Imagine: one day you’re well, going about activities as always, and then something happens to change your life forever. We see it everyday. In this case, it’s crushing chest pain, shortness of breath: a heart attack. Now ask yourself: How will this change the way you live tomorrow? Are you prepared to make those changes?(...)

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Former Osler Chief Resident Receives Lasker Award

Former Osler Chief Resident Receives Lasker Award

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*pictured above: William Kaelin (back left) in the dome during his time in the Osler Medical Training Program Congratulations to William Kaelin, former chief medical resident of the Osler Medical Training Program, who received the 2016 Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award along with co-recipients Peter Ratcliffe from the University of Oxford and Hopkins’ own(...)

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Brodsky Named Physician Scientist Pathway Director

Brodsky Named Physician Scientist Pathway Director

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It is our privilege to announce Robert Brodsky, professor in the Division of Hematology, as the director of the Physician Scientist Pathway in the Osler Medical Training Program. With the emerging changes in academic medicine, the physician scientist career path has been challenged. Hopkins is built upon the promise of scientific advance in medicine and we(...)

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Kaiser Permanente Delivery Science Fellowship

Kaiser Permanente Delivery Science Fellowship

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The Kaiser Permanente Division of Research is currently accepting applications for the fourth cohort of research fellows for the Delivery Science Fellowship. The application deadline is September 15, 2016 for fellows to start in July 2017.   Application form and additional information available here: http://dorfellowship.kaiser.org Anyone with questions should contact Richard Grant, director, at richard.w.grant@kp.org or Beth(...)

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Foundations Of Teaching Course

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The Institute for Educational Excellence (IEE) will be offering a half-day Foundations of Teaching course for new faculty members who may need a bit of help with teaching or for those who simply have an interest. The first Foundations of Teaching session will be held on Thursday, August 4, as the first session of the(...)

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The Precision Medicine Technology Shark Tank

The Precision Medicine Technology Shark Tank

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Are you waiting in the wings to create the next big medical software start-up? Looking to gain feedback on an original Health IT concept? Join the first Johns Hopkins competition at the intersection of precision medicine and technology innovation: The Precision Medicine Technology Shark Tank Who can participate? Faculty, staff and students at Johns Hopkins University(...)

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Christmas Named Core Advisor for Colleges Advisory Program

Christmas Named Core Advisor for Colleges Advisory Program

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Congratulations to Colleen Christmas, associate professor in the Division of Geriatrics, on her selection as a core advisor for the School of Medicine’s Colleges Advisory Program. In this role, Colleen will serve as one of 24 core advisors and clinical skills teachers for the medical students, greatly impacting medical student growth. This is a highly(...)

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Melia joins Osler Program Leadership

Melia joins Osler Program Leadership

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Michael Melia, assistant professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, was recently named the new Associate Program Director for Faculty Engagement for the Osler Medical Training Program. In this role Michael will lead efforts to connect faculty and trainees in a more meaningful way. Michael is the Fellowship Training Program Director in the Division of Infectious Diseases. His academic(...)

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Welcome New Interns, Residents and Fellows

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We would like to extend a warm welcome to our 2016-2017 interns, residents and fellows. This group of the best and brightest has come from all over, and we are honored to have them as a part of our department. This year's class consists of: 149 JHH residents 52 JHH interns 22 Bayview interns 32(...)

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