Infectious Diseases

Bias Reduction in Internal Medicine Workshop

Bias Reduction in Internal Medicine Workshop

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Last summer, the Department of Medicine joined with 20 other departments of medicine across the country to participate in a NIH funded randomized controlled trial, Bias Reduction in Internal Medicine (BRIM). The goal of BRIM is to evaluate an evidence-based pro-diversity intervention throughout academic medicine. Later this month, the BRIM study team, led by Dr.(...)

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Thomas Receives ISDA Mentor Award

Thomas Receives ISDA Mentor Award

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David Thomas, professor and director of the Division of Infectious Diseases, has been selected by the Infectious Diseases Society of America (ISDA) Awards Committee to receive the 2019 Walter E. Stamm Mentor Award. Named to honor the late past-president Walter E. Stamm, MD, FIDSA, this award was created to recognize individuals who have served as(...)

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Mary Elizabeth Garrett Executive Leadership Program for Women Faculty

Mary Elizabeth Garrett Executive Leadership Program for Women Faculty

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Five from the DOM have been selected to participate in the next cohort of the Mary Elizabeth Garrett Executive Leadership for Women Faculty Program sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Office of Women in Science and Medicine. This is the third cohort made up of 15 women faculty from different departments across Hopkins. The program, beginning(...)

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Sulkowski Named Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Bayview

Sulkowski Named Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Bayview

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We are thrilled to announce that Mark Sulkowski will be the next Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Bayview beginning October 8, 2019. Dr. Sulkowski will lead the clinical, research and educational activities at Bayview and aims to expand and build new clinical and research programs that leverage core strengths of the Bayview(...)

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Gupta Named to NIAID Council

Gupta Named to NIAID Council

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Amita Gupta, professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, was appointed to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Council. The council is the chief advisory committee for NIAID at the U.S. National Institutes of Health. For more information, visit the Center for Clinical Global Health Education website.

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Kirk to Step Down as Vice Chair

Kirk to Step Down as Vice Chair

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Greg Kirk, professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, will step down from his role as vice chair for clinical and translation research to become the vice dean for research and faculty of the Bloomberg School of Public Health effective January 1, 2020. Greg assumed the vice chair position in March of 2015, and along(...)

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Ludwig Family Department of Medicine Physician-Scientists

Ludwig Family Department of Medicine Physician-Scientists

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On August 8, Dr. Carol Ludwig visited with physician scientists from across the Department of Medicine to hear about the exciting science taking place in the DOM.  At the request of Dr. Ludwig, Dr. Anderson, along with input from division directors, assembled a talented group of presenters for the meeting. The participants were: Karthik Suresh, “Checkpoint(...)

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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. Professor: Michael Blaha, Cardiology Albena Dinkova-Kostova, secondary appointment in Medicine Amita Gupta, Infectious Diseases Laszlo Nagy, Endocrinology Anne Marie O'Broin Lennon, Gastroenterology Karen Robinson, GIM Michelle Rudek, Clinical Pharmacology Associate Professor: Maria Bettinotti, Immunogenetics Kimberly Gudzune, GIM Jonathan Jun, Pulmonary Waseem Khaliq, Hospital Medicine(...)

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