Infectious Diseases

Sateia named Core Advisor for the Colleges Advisory Program

Sateia named Core Advisor for the Colleges Advisory Program

Posted by  | Congratulations

Congratulations to Heather Sateia, instructor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, on her selection as a core advisor for the School of Medicine’s Colleges Advisory Program. In this role, Dr. Sateia will serve as one of 23 core advisors and clinical skills teachers for the medical students, greatly impacting medical student growth. This is a highly(...)

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Institute for Clinical & Translational Research Pilot Awards

Posted by  | Congratulations, Research

Pilot awards to catalyze new research collaborations are a key component of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Strategic Plan. With institutional financial support and the leadership of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Research Council, the Institute for Clinical & Translational Research has reviewed the 2015 Discovery Fund applications from faculty members reflecting the full spectrum of research(...)

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New Biocontainment Unit Opens

New Biocontainment Unit Opens

Posted by  | Patient Care

After seven months of transforming a deactivated clinical unit into a state-of-the-art facility, the new Biocontainment Unit has been unveiled. Lisa Maragakis, medical director of the unit and associate professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases and Brian Garibaldi, associate director and assistant professor in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, will lead(...)

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Ujala Foundation Recognized for Commitment to Hopkins Work in India

Ujala Foundation Recognized for Commitment to Hopkins Work in India

Posted by  | Research

On April 30, the Ujala Foundation was recognized for its generous support to address some of India’s most serious health burdens. An ardent supporter of the Center for Clinical Global Health Education (CCGHE) for years, the Ujala Foundation reconfirmed its commitment by pledging $2.5 million toward CCGHE’s Building Bridges to a Healthier India campaign, a(...)

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