Leadership

Constantine Named Director of Development

Constantine Named Director of Development

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Kimberly Constantine will join the Department of Medicine as our new executive director of development. Kimberly comes to us from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) where she served as executive director of clinical development. She has produced outstanding philanthropic results in the education sector for more than 22 years while serving large complex(...)

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Nominate Your Colleagues for Alumni Awards

Nominate Your Colleagues for Alumni Awards

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Nominate your colleagues for alumni awards: Do you know someone who deserves recognition? Between the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association and the Johns Hopkins Medical & Surgical Association, there are eight possible awards. Learn more about how to honor the accomplishments of alumni, current faculty and friends of Johns Hopkins. Awards will be presented at(...)

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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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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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Sulkowski Named Associate Dean for Research in the Capital Region

Sulkowski Named Associate Dean for Research in the Capital Region

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Mark Sulkowski, professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, was recently appointed associate dean for research in the Capital Region in the Office for Capital Region Research Support, which coordinates research at Howard County General Hospital, Suburban Hospital and Sibley Memorial Hospital. As associate dean, Mark's primary responsibility will be to work closely with the(...)

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Become a Clinical Co-Mentor for Graduate Students

Become a Clinical Co-Mentor for Graduate Students

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The graduate program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM) is recruiting clinical faculty to serve as clinical co-mentors for CMM graduate students. Translational/pre-clinical research is an integral part of the CMM graduate training program. All CMM students are required to have dual mentors for both basic and clinical sciences as part of their thesis committee.(...)

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Society of Scholars Call for Nominations

Society of Scholars Call for Nominations

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The Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars seeks to honor former postdoctoral fellows and residents whose early academic or professional careers began and were favorably influenced by Johns Hopkins. Nominations that reflect the rich diversity of our Johns Hopkins community are encouraged. All current and emeritus faculty members may nominate candidates. To be eligible, candidates must have(...)

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Kachalia Named Senior Vice President of Patient Safety and Quality, Director of Armstrong Institute

Kachalia Named Senior Vice President of Patient Safety and Quality, Director of Armstrong Institute

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*Both Dr. Allen Kachalia and his wife Dr. Tisamaria Sherry will be joining the Department of Medicine We are pleased to share that Allen Kachalia, M.D., J.D., will join Johns Hopkins Medicine as the new senior vice president of patient safety and quality and director of the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. Dr.(...)

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