Singer wins A. McGehee Harvey Award

Singer wins A. McGehee Harvey Award

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Benjamin Singer, a research and clinical fellow in the division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine has won the A. McGehee Harvey Award due to the high quality of his research. He will be recognized at the Young Investigators’ Day Program on April 16, 2015 where he will present a poster to deans, medical and(...)

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First Biocontainment Speaker Series

Posted by  | Patient Care, Research

The first Biocontainment Speaker Series hosted by the Department of Medicine and the new Johns Hopkins Biocontainment Unit will take place on Friday, April 3 from 3:00-4:30 P.M. in the Sheikh Zayed Tower’s Chevy Chase Bank Auditorium. Friday’s speakers include Ian Crozier, a physician who contracted Ebola and survivied after developing acute respiratory distress syndrome(...)

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Hager elected to Council of the Administrators of Internal Medicine (AIM)

Hager elected to Council of the Administrators of Internal Medicine (AIM)

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Dan Hager, MHA, division administrator of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, has been elected to the Council of the Administrators of Internal Medicine (AIM) as the individual member at-large. AIM is an organization of business administrators in departments of internal medicine at medical schools and affiliated teaching hospitals in the United States and Canada. Beginning a three(...)

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Research Retreat

Research Retreat

Posted by  | Research

Thank you to all who participated in this year's wildly successful research retreat. With a record number of abstracts submitted, it is clear that the researchers here in the Department of Medicine are extremely passionate about their work. Congratulations to this year's award winners! Mentoring Awards: Levine Winners Mary Catherine Beach, MD, MPH Sherita Golden,(...)

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Match Day 2015

Match Day 2015

Posted by  | Congratulations, 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. Internal Medicine Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview This year’s Internal Medicine Program at(...)

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Langlotz named Director of Nursing

Langlotz named Director of Nursing

Posted by  | Congratulations, Leadership

Ron Langlotz has been named the new Director of Nursing for the Departments of Medicine and Radiology effective March 22, 2015. Ron holds both a BSN and a MSN from the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and came to Hopkins in 1999 as a clinical nurse in the Neurological Critical Care Unit (NCCU) and(...)

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Johns Hopkins Employee Engagement Survey

Johns Hopkins Employee Engagement Survey

Posted by  | Administration

The 2015 Johns Hopkins Employee Engagement Survey is underway until March 29. Please take the time to complete the survey and share your opinions to improve our work environment. The survey is confidential and being administered by the Gallup Organization, a third party that will protect your answers. You should have received an email from(...)

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Spring Reflections

Spring Reflections

Posted by  | Administration, Leadership

As spring dawns, in addition to enjoying the warmer weather (today not withstanding), I am taking time to reflect on the department’s major accomplishments of the past year and goals for 2015. Now that I’m over halfway through my first year in the department I’m happy to report being your director continues to be an(...)

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Welcome to Medicine Matters

Welcome to Medicine Matters

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Welcome to Medicine Matters–the newly launched blog for the Department of Medicine. The goal of this blog is to create a place to, as the subtitle suggests, share the successes, challenges and day-to-day accomplishments that are happening across our department. It is an initial step to improve the department’s online presence and internal communications. Specifically,(...)

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