We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to Cohort 2017-2020! For three years, these Clinical Scholars Fellows have gained the necessary EDI leadership skills to transform their careers and the health of their communities. Thank you to everyone that has been part of their journey!
Since September 2019, Dr. Omolara Uwemedimo, has hosted a podcast titled “Melanin, Medicine and Motherhood” in support of Melanin, Medicine & Motherhood, a company she founded and leads as CEO, to provide “culturally-responsive, work-life integration coaching, training, accountability and community for Black women physicians who are navigating motherhood and trying to fulfill their personal and […]
Syed Ahmed interviewed by Cable News International (CNI) regarding the international impacts of COVID-19
Syed Ahmed was recently interviewed by Cable News International (CNI) to discuss COVID-19 and its international impacts.
National Institutes of Health Director Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., has selected Shannon N. Zenk, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.N., F.A.A.N., as director of NIH’s National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR).
Dr. Kenneth Fox was recently named in Crain’s list of Notable LGBTQ Executives and Businesses Championing Diversity and Inclusion. Crain’s Chicago Business writes that Dr. Fox and “his team completed work on creating safe and supportive environments for LGBTQ students and recently updated the district’s Guidelines on Support of Transgender and Gender Non-conforming Students, including […]
Johanna Baez has helped publish an article advocating for trauma-informed online teaching in the upcoming school year.
The Marsha P. Johnson Award is given at the Price Center Gala to a person or organization that has made outstanding contributions to the transgender and gender non-conforming communities.
POLITICO hosted an event featuring a keynote interview with Scott Gottlieb, MD (Commissioner, Food and Drug Administration) and a two-panel conversation with policymakers, federal officials, and technology and health experts (including Clinical Scholars fellow Eric Weintraub) that explored what is already working and what is still needed to address these two massive health care challenges.
The 125 Living the Hopkins Mission honorees were selected for their outstanding dedication to core values as part of the celebration of the 125th anniversary of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.