Hematology

Faculty Promotions and Additions

Faculty Promotions and Additions

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Congratulations to all of the below faculty members who were recently promoted. Associate Professor:   Assistant Professor: Ann Marie Parker, Pulmonary Jennifer Townsend, Infectious Diseases Swaytha Yalamanchi, Endocrinology Instructor: Lingling Xian, Hematology We would also like to welcome our new faculty members who joined the department last quarter. Wael AlJaroudi, adjunct assistant professor in Cardiology Katherine Allen,(...)

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Spivak Named Master in the American College of Physicians

Spivak Named Master in the American College of Physicians

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Jerry Spivak, professor in the Division of Hematology, was recently elevated to master in the American College of Physicians. Jerry joins only two other Masters in the entire state of Maryland in recognition of of his worldwide impact as a scientist and expert in hematology, his superlative work as a clinician-educator and his contributions to the American College of Physicians.

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July Report from the Development Office

July Report from the Development Office

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With your help we had a fabulous year, raising $28,014,385 in gifts and pledges for FY17! Thank you to our many partners across the faculty and staff of the Department of Medicine. A few highlights from the 4th quarter include: A $200K bequest intention from Jim Melton for the John Bartlett Specialty Practice in ID(...)

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Brodsky Receives Service Star Award

Brodsky Receives Service Star Award

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Robert Brodsky, professor in the Division of Hematology, was recently selected to receive a Service Star Award from Johns Hopkins Medicine Service Excellence based on a glowing recommendation from the family of one of his patients. See below for a passage from the letter. He will be honored in a ceremony in July. "As I am sure you know,(...)

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Intestinal Stem Cell Growth Encouraged by Single Gene

Intestinal Stem Cell Growth Encouraged by Single Gene

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A research group led by Linda Resar, professor in the Division of Hematology, recently discovered a gene protein called HMGA1 that is critically important for maintaining stem cells in the gut. Watch the video below or see the public release to find out more. For the full article published in Nature Communications, visit: http://rdcu.be/rFKh

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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. Associate Professor: Nada Alachkar, Nephrology Rashmi Nisha Aurora (not pictured), Pulmonary Ashwin Balagopal, Infectious Diseases Zackary Berger, General Internal Medicine Jenell Coleman, Clinical Pharmacology Mihaela Pertea (not pictured), Genetic Medicine Tariq Shafi, Nephrology Ami Shah, Rheumatology Zack Wang, Hematology Assistant Professor: Michael Goldman, Clinical Immunology(...)

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Feller-Kopman and Lanzkron to be Inducted into Miller-Coulson Academy

Feller-Kopman and Lanzkron to be Inducted into Miller-Coulson Academy

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David Feller-Kopman, associate professor in the Division of Pulmonary, and Sophie Lanzkron, associate professor in the Division of Hematology, were recently selected to become members of the ninth cohort of the Miller-Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence by nationally recognized professors from both within and outside of Hopkins. The academy aims to recognize and promote excellence in patient care.(...)

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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. Drs. Ramana Sidhaye and Rachel Damico will serve as associate pathway directors. With the emerging changes in academic medicine, the physician scientist career path has been challenged. Hopkins is built(...)

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DeAngelo, Little and Mamidala Named Division Administrators

DeAngelo, Little and Mamidala Named Division Administrators

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Anthony DeAngelo, MHA, was named the division administrator for General Internal Medicine on the Bayview campus. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, he attended the University of Pittsburgh to complete a Bachelor’s of Science in bioengineering. He then moved to Baltimore to complete his Master of Health Administration at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public(...)

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