Geriatrics

IEE Award Winners

IEE Award Winners

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The DOM took home all but one of the Institute for Excellence in Education's (IEE) Awards for Outstanding Achievement at their ceremony last on Friday, March 31. These peer-nominated awards recognize outstanding educators and acknowledge great achievements in education, and we are so proud to have so many honorees from our department. Congratulations to all of(...)

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Older Americans Independence Center Requesting Proposals

Older Americans Independence Center Requesting Proposals

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The Older American Independence Center (OAIC) is seeking proposals for two upcoming awards. The Pilot/Exploratory Studies Core aims to fund projects to develop interventions or treatments for the syndrome of frailty in older Americans with discovery aimed at impacting the larger field of frailty science. Support may range up to $30,000 in direct costs for a one-year(...)

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Six from the DOM Inducted into Distinguished Teaching Society

Six from the DOM Inducted into Distinguished Teaching Society

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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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Amjad Receives Junior Research Manuscript Award

Amjad Receives Junior Research Manuscript Award

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Halima Amjad, assistant professor in the Division of Geriatrics, has been selected by the Board of Directors and the Awards Committee of the American Geriatrics Society as the recipient of the 2017 American Geriatrics Society Outstanding Junior Research Manuscript Award. This award recognizes the research that Halima performed under the mentorship Dr. Julie Bynum from Dartmouth. This paper,(...)

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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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Hale Receives Beckman Trust Award

Hale Receives Beckman Trust Award

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W. Daniel Hale, Ph.D., special advisor to the president at Johns Hopkins Bayview, director of the Healthy Community Partnership and an assistant professor in the Division of Geriatrics, was awarded the Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Trust Award at a special ceremony in November.             Gail McKnight Beckman created the Beckman Award in memory of her mother, Elizabeth(...)

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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 Adjunct Professor: Promoted to Associate Professor: Promoted to Assistant Professor: Brendan Antiochos, Division of Rheumatology Muhammad Athar, Division of Hospital Medicine Marcella Ferlito, Division of Cardiology Promoted to Instructor: Ning Feng, Division of Cardiology We would also like to welcome our(...)

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Cudjoe Selected for Culture of Health Leaders Program

Cudjoe Selected for Culture of Health Leaders Program

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Thomas Cudjoe, fellow in the Division of Geriatrics, has been selected for the inaugural cohort of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Culture of Health Leaders Program. The program aims to develop a group of leaders from diverse sectors to work with organizations, communities, health systems and policymakers to build a culture of health in America. Over the course(...)

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