Infectious Diseases

Irvin Completed Presidential Leadership Scholar Program

Irvin Completed Presidential Leadership Scholar Program

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In February, we announced that Risha Irvin, assistant professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, would begin a six-month program sponsored by the presidential centers of George W. Bush, William J. Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Lyndon B. Johnson that brings together leaders from across the non-profit, military, public and private sector fields to learn(...)

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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: Petros Karakousis, Infectious Diseases Sean Leng, Geriatrics John Murphy, Infectious Diseases Timothy Osborne (not pictured), Endocrinology Sarbjit Saini, Clinical Immunology Associate Professor: Justin Bailey, Infectious Diseases Lee Daugherty-Biddison, Pulmonary Seth Martin, Cardiology Stephen Sozio, Nephrology Jeffrey Trost, Cardiology Assistant Professor: Keira Cohen,(...)

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JHU Staff Milestones

JHU Staff Milestones

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We are thankful for all of our staff, but we hold a special place in our hearts for staff members who have spent decades of their lives dedicated to making Hopkins and the Department of Medicine a better place. We are truely grateful for you and your everlasting loyalty. The below staff members were honored at the(...)

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Falade-Nwulia Receives Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award

Falade-Nwulia Receives Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award

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Oluwaseun Falade-Nwulia, assistant professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, was named the recipient of the 2018 Doris Duke Early Clinician Investigator Award from the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research. The award aims to provide financial and mentoring resources for up to two years to junior physician scientists who are working to maintain productivity during periods(...)

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Celebrating 125 Years

Celebrating 125 Years

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This year, we celebrate School of Medicine’s 125th anniversary of educating, training and producing future leaders in education, patient care and research. We have much to celebrate–top-ranked medical and graduate programs, faculty members who are the among the worlds’ foremost experts in their fields and a reputation as a world leader in both medicine and(...)

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Members of the DOM Inducted into Distinguished Teaching Society

Members of the DOM Inducted into Distinguished Teaching Society

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Six of the 14 inductees of the Distinguished Teaching Society of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine hail from the DOM. The following clinical educators were honored at the DTS Induction Ceremony on April 24. The DTS aims to recognize residents and faculty who demonstrate the highest standards of excellence in clinical teaching. Andrew Karaba, fellow in the Division(...)

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Johnson Receives C. Lockard Conley Award

Johnson Receives C. Lockard Conley Award

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Erica Johnson, assistant professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases and program director of the Johns Hopkins Bayview Internal Medicine Residency program, was named the recipient of the C. Lockard Conley Award from the Maryland Chapter of the American College of Physicians. Dr. Conley was a prolific researcher and clinician, but foremost an unparalleled educator. Each year, the(...)

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Antar Receives Perl M. Stetler Award

Antar Receives Perl M. Stetler Award

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Annie Antar, fellow in the Division of Infectious Diseases, was named the 2018 recipient of the Pearl M. Stetler Research Fund for Women Physicians. Awards are $65,000 for a designated year of research in a postgraduate program. This is usually the third or fourth year of fellowship. She currently works in the lab of Robert Siliciano studying HIV latency.

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Barlow Named Assistant Administrator for Sponsored Projects

Barlow Named Assistant Administrator for Sponsored Projects

Posted by  | Administration, Research

Katherine Barlow began her position as Assistant Administrator for Sponsored Projects Administration for the Department of Medicine on Monday, March 19. Partnering with the existing Assistant Administrator for Sponsored Projects Administration, Megan Martin, Katherine will focus on pre-award administration for the department. Katherine brings with her twelve years of experience in sponsored projects administration at(...)

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