General Internal Medicine

Faculty Promotions and Additions

Faculty Promotions and Additions

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Congratulations to all of the below faculty members who were recently promoted. Promoted to Professor: Promoted to Associate Professor: Peter Abadir, Division of Geriatrics Maria Roselle Abraham, Division of Cardiology Alicia Arbaje, Division of Geriatrics Rashmi Aurora, Division of Pulmonary Wendy Bennett, Division of General Internal Medicine Jenell Coleman, Division of Clinical Pharmacology Lois Eldred,(...)

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Hill-Briggs Named President of ADA

Hill-Briggs Named President of ADA

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Felicia Hill-Briggs, professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, was named 2017 president-elect for health care and education for the American Diabetes Association's Board of Directors. She will assume the role of president in January 2018. In the past, she has chaired the ADA's Council on Behavioral Medicine and Psychology and served on the Grant(...)

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Cooper Named Bloomberg Distinguished Professor

Cooper Named Bloomberg Distinguished Professor

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Lisa Cooper, professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, was named the 25th Bloomberg Distinguished Professor. With this appointment, she plans to establish an Institute for Equity in Health and Healthcare at Johns Hopkins, which would unify already-existing JHU centers performing research and education involving health disparities in order to create policy changes and community(...)

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Five DOM Faculty Among Most Cited Researchers

Five DOM Faculty Among Most Cited Researchers

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Five Department of Medicine faculty members have been named Highly Cited Researchers 2016 by Thomson Reuters, which identifies the world’s most influential contemporary researchers across 21 scientific fields. Over three thousand researchers earned the distinction by writing the greatest numbers of reports officially designated by Essential Science Indicators (ESI) as Highly Cited Papers—ranking among the top 1 percent(...)

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The DOM Stepped Out for Diabetes

The DOM Stepped Out for Diabetes

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Once again the Department of Medicine was the top Johns Hopkins Medicine fundraiser at the 2016 Baltimore American Diabetes Association Step Out Walk—raising $17,528!  We want to thank our team captains for their dedication and hard work. Megan Brown & Nisa Maruthur (General Internal Medicine/Welch Forza Brancati) David Harriman (Medical Nursing Administration) Tamala Knox &(...)

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Visit the New Welch Center Website

Visit the New Welch Center Website

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The Welch Center, directed by Lawrence Appel, recently launched its new website with a video highlighting its accomplishments since its inception more than 25 years ago. Watch the video below, and check out the new and improved site here: http://www.jhsph.edu/research/centers-and-institutes/welch-center-for-prevention-epidemiology-and-clinical-research/

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Durkin, Knox and Smit Win Staff Recognition Awards

Durkin, Knox and Smit Win Staff Recognition Awards

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Congratulations to Nowella Durkin, Tamala Knox and Gabriela Smit who were selected to receive this quarter's Staff Recognition Awards based on their glowing nominations. Nowella (Nola), a senior programmer/analyst in the Division of General Internal Medicine, has worked at Hopkins for the past 36 years. She now works in the GIM-Welch Center Methods Core working on multiple projects(...)

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Greer Receives Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award

Greer Receives Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award

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Raquel Greer, assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, received the 2016 Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award from the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research. This award aims to provide financial and mentoring resources for one to two years to junior physician scientists who are working to have a productive(...)

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