Mentoring

Become a Clinical Co-Mentor for Graduate Students

Become a Clinical Co-Mentor for Graduate Students

Posted by  | Leadership, Research

The graduate program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM) is recruiting clinical faculty to serve as clinical co-mentors for CMM graduate students. Translational/pre-clinical research is an integral part of the CMM graduate training program. All CMM students are required to have dual mentors for both basic and clinical sciences as part of their thesis committee.(...)

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State of the Department Recap

State of the Department Recap

Posted by  | Administration

Today's State of the Department marked the opening of this year's Medical Grand Rounds. In his address, Mark Anderson reviewed highlights from the past year including findings from the departmental five-year review, and shared his goals for the year ahead. Thank you to everyone who attended. We look forward to another productive year. Highlights include: Launch(...)

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Rosen Receives Excellence in Investigative Mentoring Award

Rosen Receives Excellence in Investigative Mentoring Award

Posted by  | Congratulations

Antony Rosen, professor in the Division of Rheumatology, is the 2018 recipient of the American College of Rheumatology's Excellence in Investigative Mentoring Award. This ACR award recognizes dedicated mentors who significantly influence the successful development and career of mentees, and honors one's contributions to the rheumatology profession through outstanding and ongoing mentoring.

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Learner Mistreatment, Harassment and Discrimination

Learner Mistreatment, Harassment and Discrimination

Posted by  | Education

In my last reflections post, I spoke of the importance of diversity and inclusion and how we must respect each other no matter the person’s race, position, beliefs, etc. This especially includes our learners as they are often most vulnerable to mistreatment, discrimination, harassment or abuse. I hope you will take a few moments to(...)

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Kass and Pasricha Receive Clinician Innovator Mentor Awards

Kass and Pasricha Receive Clinician Innovator Mentor Awards

Posted by  | Congratulations, Research

David Kass, professor in Cardiology, and Jay Pasricha, professor in Gastroenterology, were named recipients of the Johns Hopkins Clinician Innovator Mentor Award at the 2017 Design Day hosted by Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design on Tuesday, May 9. This award recognizes clinicians who have made significant progress in developing new health care solutions that(...)

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Entrepreneurial Mentorship Program

Entrepreneurial Mentorship Program

Posted by  | Leadership

Please join us on May 10 for the Hopkins Biotech Network’s Entrepreneurial Mentorship Program Showcase! Event highlights include a panel discussion with entrepreneurial mentors and industry leaders, success stories from current participants in the program and opportunities to connect with fellow entrepreneurs. Hear from peers who have successfully mapped their journey in entrepreneurship and discover new(...)

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Dorjee and Chaisson Receive Mentee-Mentor Award

Dorjee and Chaisson Receive Mentee-Mentor Award

Posted by  | Congratulations

Kunchok Dorjee, research fellow in the Division of Infectious Diseases, and mentor Richard Chaisson, professor in ID, were recently named the recipients of the 2017 Mentee-Mentor Award in the Clinical Research category from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs. This award recognizes Johns Hopkins School of Medicine postdoctoral fellows and their mentors for outstanding contributions to science(...)

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Recap of the 2017 Research Retreat

Recap of the 2017 Research Retreat

Posted by  | Congratulations, Research

Thank you to all who participated in this year's Research Retreat. It was another successful year showcasing the science and discovery sought after by our talented faculty and staff. Keep an eye out for the Research Retreat evaluation form to help us make your experience even better. Congratulations to this year's award winners! David M. Levine(...)

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