Infectious Diseases

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: Associate Professor: Assistant Professor: Jennifer Foulke-Abel, Division of Gastroenterology We would also like to welcome our new faculty members who joined the department last quarter. Melissa Blakeman, instructor, GIM Lonnie Fuller, instructor, GIM Dean Grove, instructor, Occupational Medicine Kelly Koay, instructor, GIM Kimiyoshi Kobayashhi,(...)

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High Value All Star Awards

High Value All Star Awards

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Members of the DOM were recognized by Vice Dean for Education Roy Ziegelstein at the December Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) meeting for their successful quality improvement projects related to high value care. Award recipients receive a High Value All Star certificate and a $100 check to use for a high value celebration. From infectious diseases, Masako Mizusawa, Christopher Kauffman, Lisa(...)

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5 From the DOM Among Most Cited Researchers

5 From the DOM Among Most Cited Researchers

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Five Department of Medicine faculty members have been named Highly Cited Researchers 2017 by Clarivate Analytics, which was previously part of 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(...)

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Siliciano Receives Grant Renewal

Siliciano Receives Grant Renewal

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Robert Siliciano, professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, recently received seven more years of funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to continue his work studying the latent reservoir for HIV. Robert and his lab have been studying this topic for over 20 years with grants from HHMI, the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the Bill(...)

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Three From the DOM Elected to National Academy of Medicine

Three From the DOM Elected to National Academy of Medicine

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I'd like to congratulate Felicia Hill-Briggs, professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, and Robert Siliciano, professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, as well as our director Mark Anderson for their incredible achievements that led to their election into the National Academy of Medicine this week. Election to the academy is considered one of the(...)

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Research Integrity Colloquium

Research Integrity Colloquium

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"Responsible Mentoring in the Clinical Research Arena,” will take place on Thursday, Oct. 26, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in Hurd Hall and feature presentations by Dave Thomas, director of the Division of Infectious Diseases, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Aids Research Clinical Core and Stanhope Bayne-Jones Professor of Medicine; and Suzanne Topalian,(...)

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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:   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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CFAR to Partner in $59 Million Unitaid Grant to Control TB

CFAR to Partner in $59 Million Unitaid Grant to Control TB

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The Executive Board of Unitaid, the Geneva-based UN agency promoting innovations to end global pandemics, has approved a new grant to the Aurum Institute of South Africa, Johns Hopkins University and other partners to improve the uptake of treatment to prevent tuberculosis (TB), the world’s leading infectious disease killer. The $59 million grant, called IMPAACT4TB,(...)

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Piggott Named Assistant Dean for Graduate Biomedical Education and Graduate Student Diversity

Piggott Named Assistant Dean for Graduate Biomedical Education and Graduate Student Diversity

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We are delighted to announce that Damani Piggott will become assistant dean for graduate biomedical education and graduate student diversity effective Sept. 1. Dr. Piggott was born in Trinidad and Tobago and came to the United States as an international student to attend Morehouse College, where he graduated summa cum laude as the class valedictorian.(...)

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