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Biographical Files F-J

Biographical Files K-O

Biographical Files P-T

Biographical Files U-Z

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Collection Overview

Title: Biographical FilesAdd to your cart.

ID: 00/III/III

Creator: JHBMC (1994 -)

Extent: 5.0 Boxes

Arrangement: The collection is arranged in alphabetical order, with a series for each letter of the alphabet and a "folder" for each person.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains curricula vitae, press clippings, obituaries, and other documents in informational files about persons affiliated with Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Francis Scott Key Medical Center, Baltimore City Hospitals, or Bayview Asylum. These files are not comprehensive, but include articles from InsideHopkinsBayview, Bayview Online, or other publications. The content of these files is somewhat uneven in terms of quantity and quality of information. Some folders may contain extensive information about the individual, while others may only contain a mention from the JHBMC Intranet.

Biographical Note

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center has a rich history. It began in 1773 as the Baltimore Almshouse, changing its name in 1866 to Bayview Asylum. In 1925, the name changed again to Baltimore City Hospitals. In 1984, Johns Hopkins took over the failing institution and renamed it Francis Scott Key Medical Center. In 1994, in conjunction with the opening of the new acute patient tower, the name changed to its present form: Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Administrative Information

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Related Publications: See internal and external publications for additional information regarding individuals in the biographical file collection.

Processing Information: The "folder"  for each individual at this point may only be a virtual folder in the database. Actual physical folders may only exist for those individuals for whom we have a number of items.


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Box 1Add to your cart.
Series 1: Files of persons with last name beginning with AAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: Abbot, Jessie U.Add to your cart.
Item 1: Miss Abbot Appointed Director of Nursing, July 14, 1972Add to your cart.
Careere hihglights
Folder 13: Abadir, PeterAdd to your cart.

Assistant Professor, Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Research Interests

Changes in the Renin Angiotensin Aldosterone system with aging.

Signal transduction and the role of the cross talk between Angiotensin II receptor in aging.

Understanding the role of angiotensin II in development of vascular aging.

Clinical Interests

Primary care of older adults with chronic illness

General Geriatrics

Item 1: Dr. Abadir Joins Division of Geriatric Medicine, September 21, 2009Add to your cart.
breif biography
Folder 20: Abrams, ClarenceAdd to your cart.
Clearence Abrams, X-ray technishian
Item 1: ObituariesAdd to your cart.
Worked 25 years at Bayview
Folder 11: Adams, CherylAdd to your cart.
Cheryl Adams is an employee who worked in Medical Records.
Item 1: Portrait photograph, June 6, 2005Add to your cart.
5 x 7 color portrait photograph of Cheryl Adams, Medical Records.
Folder 16: Adams, GayleAdd to your cart.
Director of Public Relation Services
Item 1: More than Just a Job, April 15, 1999Add to your cart.

Gayle Adams excellence at Bayview post earns Humanitarian honor.

Tom and Hazel Kroen, volunteer; Optimist Club of Dundalk;

Two community leaders

Item 2: Romadka First Inductee into Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame, September 9, 2010Add to your cart.

East County Times; Vol15, No.48

Gayle Adams, Chamber President preset the Chamber member of the Year Award to East County Times' publisher George Wilbanks

Item 3: Named Hero for Justice, April 28, 2012Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

One of the 50 Heroes for Justice by University of maryland School of Social Work.

Great contributions to the community

Folder 14: Adams, Robert W.Add to your cart.
Item 1: JHBMC Director of Ambulatory Services, February 13, 2002Add to your cart.
Newspaper clip; Baltimore Business Journal
Folder 17: Agee,  Heather JonesAdd to your cart.

Heather Jones, M.D.,

is medical director for the Bayview Medical Offices. Her practice includes all aspects of primary care medicine, including prevention, pap smears and cortisone shots.

Dr. Jones is from Annapolis. She attended Wake Forest University School of Medicine, in North Carolina, trained in general internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Folder 10: Aigner-Jacobs, MicaelaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Nurses Receive Awward, 8/26/2003Add to your cart.
Micaela Aigner-Jacobs, RN, BSN, CEN recieved Bayview Outstanding Nurse Award
Item 1: Nurse of the Year, July 3, 2003Add to your cart.
Newspaper clip, East County Times
Folder 9: Alaofin, TopeAdd to your cart.

Tope Alaofin, MS, CNM

Nurse Midwife, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

General obstetrics

Family planning

Childbirth education

Management of  inpatient obstetric patients

Biography

Tope Alaofin, MS, CNM, earned a degree in midwifery at the Parkland School of Midwifery, affiliated with the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, TX. She also earned a master's degree at Texas Woman's University.

A certified nurse midwife, Alaofin has several years of experience in women's health care, particularly in midwifery. Before joining Johns Hopkins Bayview, she served as a midwife at the Maternity Center in Bethesda, MD, as well as the Parkland Health & Hospital System in Dallas, TX.

Folder 4: Allaf, MohamadAdd to your cart.

Dr. Allaf is an Assistant Professor of Urology and Biomedical Engineering at the Brady Urological Institute and Director of Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He joined the staff after receiving his undergraduate and medical degrees from the Johns Hopkins University and completing his residency and advanced training in Urology at Johns Hopkins as well.

His main clinical interest includes the treatment of kidney tumors and prostate cancer in the least morbid way possible. He specializes in the management of kidney tumors via laparoscopic (total and partial kidney removal) and percutaneous (non-surgical) approaches. He also has an interest in the careful and active observation of select small kidney tumors. His other areas of focus include performing nerve sparing radical prostatectomy in all its forms (open, laparoscopic, and robotic) as well as reconstructive laparoscopy (pyeloplasty) and laparoscopic management of testicular cancer (retroperitoneal lymph node dissection).

His research endeavors involve investigating approaches to minimize the morbidity of urologic surgery and the development of ways to decrease injury to the neurovascular bundles and hasten erection recovery following radical prostatectomy. Dr. Allaf has been the recipient of numerous academic awards, including placing first in the 2005 American Urological Association clinical and laboratory research annual essay contests. He has written and published numerous research articles, textbook chapters, patents and video presentations in the field of Laparoscopic and Robotic Urologic Surgery.

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview notice, June 4, 2007Add to your cart.
Welcome and notice of appointment of Mohamad Allaf to Dept of Urology. Interests in kidney, prostate and testicular cancer and minimally invasive treatment of such.
Item 2: Inside Hopkins Bayview notice, September 12, 2007Add to your cart.
Appointment to Director of Minimally-invasive and laparoscopic surgery in Dept of Urology.
Folder 18: Allen, JulietAdd to your cart.
Manager for children's medical practice, OB/GYN clinic and Mobile Health Unit
Item 1: Farewell Celebration, December 6, 2011Add to your cart.
Inform. saved on E:
Folder 2: Allen, RichardAdd to your cart.

Richard Allen, Ph.D.

Research Associate, Neurology

Education: Ph.D. in psychology - Cambridge University, England

Specialties/Interests: sleep medicine and circadian rhythms; founder of the Johns Hopkins Sleep Disorder Center and a licensed clinical psychologist; chaired the recent Restless Leg Syndrome Foundation (RLSF) workshop at NIH on diagnosis of RLS; served as the chairman of the Medical Advisory Board for the RLS Foundation; serves on the NIH CSR Review Panel BBBP-5; associate editor of Sleep Medicine and serves on the editorial board for Sleep

Item 1: Bibliography of items publishedAdd to your cart.
List of research activities and publications.
Folder 7: Altman, KristinaAdd to your cart.

Kristiina Altman, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

Irregular/missing menstrual cycles

Menopause

Infertility

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCO)

Hyperandrogenism (male hormone overproduction)

Hirsutism (excessive hair growth)

Well-woman care

General obstetrics

Uterine fibroids

Minimally invasive office hysteroscopy

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Finnish Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Kristiina Altman, M.D., is committed to her philosophy that every well-woman visit is a special, private moment for the patient and physician, and an opportunity to promote a healthy lifestyle and preventive care. Her clinical and research interests focus on male hormone overproduction conditions (hyperandrogenism) in women, such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCO) and excessive hair growth (hirsutism). Dr. Altman also enjoys general obstetrics and treating patients with infertility.

An assistant professor of gynecology and obstetrics at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Dr. Altman has a strong desire to teach and educate medical residents. She has served as a professor at the University of Maryland Medical Center and Mercy Hospital. She now is director of the OB/GYN Residency Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview.

Dr. Altman is board-certified in reproductive endocrinology, infertility and general obstetrics.

Folder 19: Angelino, AndrewAdd to your cart.
Dr. Andrew Angelino, Dept Psychiatry, Associate Professor
Item 1: MD Association of Chemical Dependency Nurses Conference, October 24, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Andrew Angelino, M.D., clinical director of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Bayview, will be the keynote speaker.

Folder 6: Arbaje, AliciaAdd to your cart.
faculty - Geriatrics
Item 1: Physician Achievement notice on Inside Hopkins Bayview, April 4, 2008Add to your cart.
Notice of Dr. Arbaje's Merck/AGS 2008 New Investigator Award, as well as recipient of a Harold Amos Faculty Development Scholar award.
Item 2: Alicia Arbajie, 35Add to your cart.

Picture, fron Baltimore Sunn,

caring for the elderlyis what she wants to do

Item 3: Dr. Arbaje Receives Patient Safety Grant, May 17, 2012Add to your cart.
Infor saved on E:
Folder 1: Arfaa, Jennifer JasmineAdd to your cart.
Jennifer Jasmine Arfaa began as an Administrative Intern. She was hired following her internship and worked as a management analyst and service excellence coordinator until her resignation in 2007.
Item 1: Baltimore Sun article, April 3, 2005Add to your cart.
Article about Jasmine Arfaa's volunteer activity with Barbara Dale making bears to benefit House of Ruth.
Folder 8: Argani, Cynthia H.Add to your cart.

Cynthia H. Argani, M.D., FACOG

Assistant Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Director, Labor and Delivery

Areas of Special Interest

Maternal-fetal medicine

Clinical high-risk obstetrics

Fetal anomalies

Prenatal diagnostic procedures

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Cynthia H. Argani, M.D., FACOG, is an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and director of labor and delivery at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and maternal-fetal medicine, Dr. Argani has clinical and research interests patient safety issues and the management of complicated patients in the labor and delivery setting. She has been published in various medical journals, including the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Dr. Argani earned a medical degree at Yale University. She completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology, as well as a fellowship in maternal-fetal medicine, at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Folder 5: Armacost, KarenAdd to your cart.
Karen Armacost is the Director of the Hopkins ElderPlus program.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview notice, August 23, 2007Add to your cart.
Notice that National Gerontological Nursing Association granted fellowship status to Karen.
Item 2: Hopkins ElderPlus Director Appointed to National PACE Board Directors, January 8, 2004Add to your cart.

PACE program;

Brief Biography

Item 3: Retirement Celebration / Flyer, January 29, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Event's Flyer

Item 4: All JHB staff and faculty invited to.., December 29, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Invation

Folder 3: Asiyanbola, BolanleAdd to your cart.

Bolanle Asiyanbola, M.D., MCRS (Edin.), assistant professor of surgery at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, earned an undergraduate and medical degree at Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital in Nigeria, where she also completed an internship. She served surgical residencies at Hull Royal Infirmary in the UK and at the Hospital of Saint Rapheal (affiliated with Yale University School of Medicine) in CT.

Before joining the surgical faculty at Johns Hopkins, Dr. Asiyanbola completed a fellowship in advanced gastrointestinal and pancreatic surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Dr. Asiyanbola is a member of the American College of Surgeons. She has been featured in several medical journals, including the Journal of Surgical Education and the Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery.

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview notice, November 20, 2007Add to your cart.
Notice of welcome and appointment of Bolanle Asiyanbola to the Department of Surgery. Specializes in GI surgery.
Folder 12: Ausby, EricAdd to your cart.
Operating Room Assistant Supervisor
Item 1: Ausby received 2010 MLK Award, January 7, 2010Add to your cart.
Congratulation
Series 2: Files of persons with last name beginning with BAdd to your cart.
Folder 41: Baaj, AliAdd to your cart.

Instructor of Neurosurgery

Education: M.D. - Boston University School of Medicine; residency in University of South Florida, Tampa; fellowship in spinal biomechanics - Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix

Specialties/Interests: minimally invasive spine surgery, degenerative spinal disease, cervical arthroplasty, spinal oncology, spinal trauma, spinal biomechanics research

Item 1: October 26, 2011Add to your cart.
Seminar advertisment
Folder 21: Baker, ThomasAdd to your cart.

Chalplan in the Pastoral Care Department

2005-2010

Item 1: A Fond Farewell to Tom Baker, Thursday, Narch 11, 3/11/2010Add to your cart.
Farewell party on March 11, 2010; information saved on L:
Folder 12: Ball, CarolAdd to your cart.
Senior Director - Nursing
Item 1: Notice on Inside Hopkins Bayview, April 9, 2009Add to your cart.
Notice regarding Carol Ball being awarded the 2008 McCarthy Award. Good story about her accomplishments and her dedication to JHBMC.
Item 2: Carol Ball Medicine Unit, November 18, 2011Add to your cart.

Flyer saved on E:

Bridgeview Unit will be rename the Carol Ball Medicine UNIT

Item 3: Inpatient Unit Dedication, November 18, 2011Add to your cart.

Saved on E:

47 years of service

Folder 39: Barbato, KelliAdd to your cart.
COMMUNITY RELATIONS COORDINATOR
Item 1: Kelli Barbato Receives American Red Cross Excellence in, August 10, 2011Add to your cart.

Infor saved on E:

The LifeBoard of the Greater

Chesapeake and Potomac Region

of the American Red Cross recently

presented Kelli Barbato,

community relations coordinator,

with the Excellence in Recruiting

Award.

Folder 6: Barker, L. Randol (Randy)Add to your cart.

Randol Barker, M.D.,

practices all aspects of comprehensive primary care. He has spent his entire career at Johns Hopkins Bayview.

A native of Baltimore, Dr. Barker earned a medical degree at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and completed a residency at the Bellevue Hospital in New York City, and at Baltimore City Hospitals (now Johns Hopkins Bayview).

Item 1: Bayview Online News item, March 26, 2004Add to your cart.
Bayview Online news item about Randy Barker receiving designation as Master of the American College of Physicians.
Item 2: Hopkins Promotes Five on Medical Faculty, June 21, 1965Add to your cart.

The Evening Sun, 6-21-1965

Dr. Benjamin M. Barker received promotion to the rank of professor at the JHU SOM

Folder 8: Barnes, KathleenAdd to your cart.
Professor of Medicine in the Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
Item 1: R01 Grant, October 2011Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Folder 7: Bartlett, Susan J.Add to your cart.
faculty - Rheumatology
Item 1: Bayview Online News item, January 2, 2004Add to your cart.
Bayview Online news item about Susan Bartlett receiving Lawren H Daltroy fellowship award from the American College of Rheumatology
Folder 40: Barth, AndreasAdd to your cart.
Internal Medicine resident
Item 1: Drs. Bennett and Barth Elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, May 4, 2012Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Folder 4: Bathon, JoanAdd to your cart.
faculty member - Div of Rheumatology
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview notice, February 7, 2006Add to your cart.
Inside Hopkins Bayview announcement of Joan Bathon receiving Mary Betty Stevens award.
Folder 32: Beacham, Edmund, August 19, 1914-May 27, 2008Add to your cart.
Item 1: Yanks Forget War In British Pastoral Scene---MomentarilyAdd to your cart.
News paper clip. Beacham photo
Item 2: Curriculum Vita, 1954Add to your cart.
Item 3: Curriculum VitaAdd to your cart.
Society Membership, publications
Item 22: Curriculum VitaeAdd to your cart.
CV  1928-1984
Item 4: Individual Record Card for Faculty Members, September 22, 1947Add to your cart.
Item 5: Medical Faculty Register and International Questionnaire, 1948Add to your cart.
Item 6: Dr. Beacham Elected, July 10, 1960Add to your cart.
Presedent of the Maryland Tuberculosis Association
Item 7: Dr. Beacham Receives Governor's Award, December 30, 1965Add to your cart.
Outstanding service for handicapped
Item 8: Dr. Beacham Receives Governor's Award 1965was celected by medical surgical, March 1966Add to your cart.
Item 9: Dr. Beacham HonordedAdd to your cart.
Dr. Beacham honored by the Beacham Ambulatory Care Center & The Beacham Adult Day Care Center
Item 10: CCB Certificate of Appreciation, June 1, 1972Add to your cart.

Letter from Harry Bard, president;

Certificate

Item 11: Special Award, May 6, 1973Add to your cart.
Honorary Life Member -- Awarded at the 69 Annual Meeting of MD Tuberculosis&respiratory Disease Ass.
Item 12: Dr. Beacham Decorated, September 13, 1974Add to your cart.
with the Medal of The Legion of Merit
Item 13: Symposium Set on Geriatrics, November 19, 1974Add to your cart.
2nd annual symposium on geriatric medicine begins December 7, 1974
Item 14: Edmund G. Beacham is one of five new members of the MD Commission on Aging, November 1979Add to your cart.
American geriatrics society Newsletter
Item 15: Edmund G. Beacham, M.D. 1914 -, July 2001Add to your cart.
Short biography
Item 16: Beacham, M.D. Edmund G., May 28, 2008Add to your cart.
The Sun, Obituaries
Item 17: Brigadier General Edmund Beacham President MD Guard Military Historical SocietyAdd to your cart.
Item 18: Dr. Edmund G. Beacham dies, May 26, 2008Add to your cart.
Inside Hopkins Bayview
Item 19: Dr. Beacham was Army surgeon, 2008Add to your cart.
Obituaries
Item 20: Edmund G. Beacham LectureshipAdd to your cart.
Annual Edmund G. Beacham Lectureshipin Geriatric medicinehas been established
Item 21: Beacham PhotoalbumAdd to your cart.
Photoalbum saved in library archives bookcase
Folder 26: Bead, ValerianiAdd to your cart.

Graduated from: Medical  College of  Pennsylvania-Hahnemann University School of  Medicine

Completed  Residency Training at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center with a concentration in Internal Medicine

Item 1: Photographic Portrait, June 2, 2006Add to your cart.
5 x 7 color photographic portrait of Valeriani Bead.
Folder 45: Beckford, CarlaAdd to your cart.
Carla Beckford, Employment services, manager
Item 1Add to your cart.

Infor saved on E: Records of Govern; Human Resources

Carla Beckford, will assume additional responsibilities in planning organizing and developing our employment practicesand recruitment strategies. Also she will function as Affirmative Action Officer for JHBMC

Folder 34: Bekowitz, JudyAdd to your cart.
Judy Bekowitz, RN, BSN, OCN
Item 1: Judy Bekowitz Named Ambulatory Services Manager for the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, July 19, 2011Add to your cart.

Info saved on L:

Judy has more than 27 years nursing experience;

Folder 24: Bellantoni, MicheleAdd to your cart.

Associate Professor of Medicine

Associate Director, Post-Acute and Long-Term Care

Michele Bellantoni, M.D., an associate professor of medicine in the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, is associate director for post-acute and long-term care at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She also serves as medical director of the Johns Hopkins Care Center.

Dr. Bellantoni's clinical interests focus on osteoporosis, geriatrics and using a holistic approach to osteoporosis management in older adults in outpatient settings. She also researches post-menopausal osteoporosis in elderly women and the use of heel ultrasounds as a screening test for osteoporosis.

After earning a B.A. in biochemistry at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Bellantoni completed medical training at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, which included an internship and residency in internal medicine. She also completed two post-doctoral fellowships: one in geriatric medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and one in endocrinology research at the Gerontology Research Center, National Institute on Aging.

Item 1: Photographic Portrait, March 14, 2006Add to your cart.
5 x 7 color photographic portrait of Michele Bellantoni.
Item 2: Research Award, Augist 15, 1997Add to your cart.
Dr. Bellantoni has won a Paul Beeson Physician Faculty Scholars in Aging Research Award
Folder 18: Bennett, Richard G.Add to your cart.

President, form 2009

Richard G. Bennett, M.D., arrived at Baltimore City Hospital (now the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center) in 1982 as an intern. His career at Johns Hopkins has included work as a clinician, researcher and educator. Dr. Bennett brings a wealth of experience to his role at the Medical Center. He served as Executive Medical Director of the Johns Hopkins Geriatrics Center, from 1997 to 2003, where he provided physician leadership for a variety of clinical programs, many of which are national models of care. At Bayview, Dr. Bennett was also the Vice Chair of the Medical Board from 1996 to 2003. In addition, Dr. Bennett served as the Chief Medical Officer of Johns Hopkins Health Care from 1999 to 2003 helping lead the establishment of Priority Partners Managed Care Organization. His research has focused on care issues among older adults, and he holds the Raymond and Anna Lublin Chair in Geriatric Medicine from The Johns Hopkins University.

Dr. Bennett joined the Medical Center’s executive team in 2003 as vice president of medical affairs. He was promoted in 2004 to senior vice president of medical affairs, and in 2006 to chief operating officer of the Medical Center.

Dr. Bennett now serves as president of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He also is a current member of the board of directors at Keswick Multicare Center, where he serves as executive medical director as well.

Education

Dartmouth College, BA

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, M.D.

Residency in Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Professional Memberships

American College of Physicians

American Geriatrics Society

American Society for Microbiology

American Federation for Clinical Research

Gerontological Society of America

American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Medical Directors Association

Item 1: Richard Bennett, M.D., Promoted to Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs, August 31, 2004Add to your cart.
Board of trustees has approved the promotion.
Item 2: Richard G. Bennett, M.D., Promoted to COO, April 6, 2006Add to your cart.

From Mr. Gregory Schaffer,

On behalf of the JHBMC's board of trustees announce the Dr. R.Bennett executive vice presidentand chief operating officer;

brief biography

Item 3: Richard G. Bennett to take helm as new president of JHBMC, April 7, 2009Add to your cart.

Effective July 1, 2009;

brief biography

Item 4: Who's news..., Spring 2009Add to your cart.

Medical matters, Vol. 3, No.2

Bennett named president of JHBMC, successor to Gregory F. Schaffer

Item 5: Leadership Changes, Spring 2009Add to your cart.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Health and Wellness News

Vol. 25, No.2

Gregory F. Schaffer to Retire

Richard G. Bennett, M.D. Named President

Item 6: Richard G. Bennett, M.D., named Medical Center President, May 6, 2009Add to your cart.

The Banner

New president has been named of the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Item 7: Bennett Named Bayview President, May 2009Add to your cart.

Dome  Vol.60, No.4

by Neil Grauer

Richard Bennett has participated in sweeping changes at JHBMC for the past quarter-century

Item 8: Invitation to a reception in honor of Dr. Bennett, October 6, 2009Add to your cart.
Invitation card
Item 9: Dr. Bennett - vice president of medical affairs, July 1, 2003Add to your cart.
Newspaper clip, "Baltimore Business Journal"
Item 10: Drs. Bennett and Barth Elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, May 4, 2012Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Folder 25: Berkley, Henry Johns, July 14, 1860 - April 5, 1940Add to your cart.
Henry Johns Berkley was a psychiatrist at the Bay View Asylum from 1884-1920?.  He was a professor at Johns Hopkins University from 1896-1920. During which time he served as Psychiatrist at Bay View Asylum.
Item 1: Who Was Who in America, 1943Add to your cart.
A brief biographical article on Henry Johns Berkley.
Item 2: National Cyclopaedia of American Authors, 1943Add to your cart.
Brief biographical article on Henry Johns Berkley.
Item 3: Neurologist/PsychiatristAdd to your cart.
Henry Johns Berkley July 17, 1860 - April 5, 1940 was a neurologist/psychiatrist who graduated M.D. from the University of Maryland in 1881.  He served his internship at Bay View Asylum and the University of Maryland Hospital. From 1887 until his retirement, he practiced psychiatry at BayView Asylum. He studied lesions of the brain in connection with experimental and clinical processes and brought the basic teachings of the Vienna school to America and further developed it based on his own experiences. He published numerous articles and a book entitled "Treatise on Mental Diseases" in 1902.
Folder 47: Berlin, Tom / HaroldAdd to your cart.
Tom Berlin/Harold, Specialty Hospital Administrator
Item 1: Specialty Hospital Administrator, March 31, 2014Add to your cart.
Tom has served as Division Administrator for the Department of Medicine geriatric& gerontology and Assistant Administrator in Neurosciences at JHH
Item 2: Named specialty hospital Administrator, April 17, 2014Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

In his new role Tom Berlin will overseethe specialty hospital medical psychiatry and ventilator units

Folder 15: Berman, Barnett, August 8, 1922 -Add to your cart.
Visiting physician
Item 1: CVAdd to your cart.
Educational background, academic appointments, certification and licensure, publications
Item 2: Letter from Dr. George S. Mirick, April 16, 1959Add to your cart.
Letter with proposal for appointment as Visiting Physician for academic year September 8, 1959-June 25, 1960
Item 3: Letter from Dr. George S. Mirick, April 29, 1955Add to your cart.
Second letter with work plans and schedule for cominig academic year.
Item 4: Letter with offer position on Visiting Staff of  BCH, May 20,1959Add to your cart.
Offer position Visiting Physition in Medicine
Folder 23: Bessman, Edward S.Add to your cart.

Assistant Professor

Director of Emergency Medicine,

Bayview Medical Center 

Education

Harvard (M.D., 1981)

Residency

University of Maryland, IM (1982)

Johns Hopkins University, EM (1985)

Dr. Bessman completed his emergency medicine training at Johns Hopkins University and joined the faculty at what is now Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.  He is an active member of one of the 28 Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) Urban Search and Rescue teams.  He is currently the Director of Emergency Medicine at Bayview Medical Center.

Item 1: Resuscitation Practices Study, October 17, 1997Add to your cart.
Drs, Edward Bessman, Catherine Marco, Charles N. Schoenfield
Item 2: Pentagon names 84 more victims, September 15, 2001Add to your cart.

"The Sun"

Dr. Bessman was part of the Federal Emergency Management Agency Search and Rescue Team

Item 3: Local hospitals rally to send aid after attack, September 21, 2001Add to your cart.
Dr. Bessman assisted in the medical response at the Pentagon
Folder 17: Bigelow, GeorgeAdd to your cart.

A Faculty member in the department of   Psychiatry

Professor

Scientific Director, Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit /BPRU

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Main Office Address

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

4940 Eastern Avenue

Behavioral Biology Research Center, Rm. 3034

Baltimore, MD 21224

Item 1: Bigelow receives award from the College on Problems of Drug Dependence, April 17, 2009Add to your cart.
Bigelow received the mentorship award from the College on Problems of Drug Dependence(CPDD)
Folder 27: Bishop, Sarah M.Add to your cart.
Sarah Bishop is a team leader in the Health Information Management Department.
Item 1: Photographic portrait, March 15, 2005Add to your cart.
A 5 x 7 color photographic portrait of Sarah Bishop.
Folder 42: Bjorkman, DavidAdd to your cart.
Emergency management coordinator, Department of Safety
Item 1: Department of Safety Welcomes New Employees, August 2012Add to your cart.
Infor saved on E:
Item 2: Bjorkman Completes Homeland Security Training, March 12, 2013Add to your cart.
Infor saved on E:
Folder 30: Blackwell, DarleneAdd to your cart.

Imaging Department

Radiology Technologist

Item 1: Memorial Service, July 29, 2009Add to your cart.

Started to work at BCH in November 1977,

32 years of service

Folder 13: Blanding, ReneeAdd to your cart.

Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• General Anesthesiology

• Pain Management and Critical Care Medicine

Department

• Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

Training:

• University of Florida College of Medicine(1988)

Residencies:

• Anesthesiology, Medical Center of Louisiana at New Orleans LSU Div(1991)

• Anesthesiology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital(1992)

Certification:

• Anesthesiology, American Board of Anesthesiology(1995)

Language:

• English

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview notice of appointment, October 30, 2006Add to your cart.
Notice on Inside Hopkins Bayview about Dr. Blanding's appointment as medical director of the OR.
Item 2: Chair of Medical Affairs Council, August 7, 2009Add to your cart.

"Dear colleagues,..." letter from Dr. Bennett;

announcement

Item 3: Medical Director of the Operation Room, December 2006Add to your cart.

DOME, Vol.57, No.10

Dr. Blanding named Medical Director of the Operation Room

Item 4: Bio, May 26, 2011Add to your cart.
Short biography
Item 5: Renee Blanding, M.D., Named Vice President of Medical Affairs, July 25, 2011Add to your cart.

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Short biography

Item 6: Renee Blanding, M.D. - Named Vice President of Medical Affairs, July 25, 2011Add to your cart.

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Dr. Bennett announcement

Folder 36: Blaylock, BruceAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Blaylock named as administrator of ambulatory srvices, December 15, 2004Add to your cart.
Newspaper clip, "Aegis"
Folder 48: Boggs, Thomas Richmond, October 2, 1875-October 3, 1938Add to your cart.
Dr. Thomas R. Boggs Physician-in-Chief of Baltimore City Hospitals
Item 1: Obituaries, October 3, 1938Add to your cart.
Obituaries
Folder 44: Bohlman, MarkAdd to your cart.
Dr. Mark Bohlman, Assistant Professor in Radiology
Item 1: Curriculum Vitae and List of PublicationsAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Bolla, KarenAdd to your cart.

Director, Division of Neuropsychology

Associate Professor, Neurology, Psychiatry and Environmental Health Sciences

Education: Ph.D. - State University of New York at Stony Brook; post-doctoral fellowship in neuroscience - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Specialties/Interests: neuropsychology with special interests in neurotoxicant exposure, normal and abnormal cognitive aging, substance abuse, the effects of poor sleep on cognition, and brain injury

Item 1: BibliographyAdd to your cart.
Research activities and publications
Folder 10: Boonyasai, Romsai TonyAdd to your cart.

received his bachelor's degree from Columbia University and his medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. He earned a master's degree in public health from The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Dr. Boonyasai completed his fellowship in general internal medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Pediatrics. Dr. Boonyasai also is a member of the American College of Physicians and an associate member of the Society for General Internal Medicine.

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, July 26, 2007Add to your cart.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Welcomes New Hospitalists
Folder 37: Bora, SukanyaAdd to your cart.

"Daily Record", May 2, 2003

Newspaper clip

appointed as training specialist in the departmentof human resources

Folder 43: Borucke, MarkAdd to your cart.
Occupational safety and health specialist
Item 1: Department of Safety Welcomes New Employees, May 2012Add to your cart.
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Folder 11: Bostick, SidneyAdd to your cart.
Director - Safety and Environmental Health
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview notice, October, 19, 2007Add to your cart.
Notice that Sidney Bostick has been appointed Director of Safety & Environmental Health at Bayview.
Folder 28: Boyer, MarianAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Pastoral Care Welcomes New Staff, January 31, 2011Add to your cart.

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Marian Boyer, M.Div, will serve as a full-time chaplain. Chaplain Boyer is coming to

the Medical Center from Richmond, Virginia, where she was a chaplain at Virginia

Commonwealth University (VCU) Health System. She completed her Clinical Pastoral

Education residency at VCU as well. Chaplain Boyer also has served at

JourneyPartners, a non-profit organization in Richmond.

Folder 9: Boyd, CynthiaAdd to your cart.
faculty - Geriatrics
Item 1: Physician Achievement notice on Inside Hopkins Bayview, April 4, 2008Add to your cart.
Notice of Dr. Boyd's Career Development Award from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Physician Faculty Scholars Porgram.
Folder 31: Bracey, JenniferAdd to your cart.

Instructor of Medicine

Jennifer Bracey, M.D., earned a medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. She completed a residency at Emory University. She's recevied several honors, including induction into Alpha Omega Alpha and an award for providing the most outstanding ambulatory care in her residency class at Emory.

Dr. Bracey is very interested and active in health policy, advocating for general internal medicine. In 2009, she attended Hill Day in Washington, DC, on behalf of the Society of General Internal Medicine.

Item 1: Welcomes New Hospitalists, June 29, 2009Add to your cart.
brief biography
Folder 5: Brady, JosephAdd to your cart.
faculty member - Behavioral Biology Research Center
Item 1: Bayview Online notice, March 18, 2004Add to your cart.
Bayview Online News item about Joseph Brady receiving P.B. Dews Lifetime Achievement Award for his work in behavioral pharmacology.
Folder 46: Brahmer, Julie Renee, February 2014Add to your cart.
Dr. Julie R. Brahmer, Oncology, Associate professor, Director Oncology Department at Bayview
Item 1: Julie renee Brahmer, MD, February 2014Add to your cart.
Short Biography; Research interests; Selected Publications
Folder 19: Brodian, Craig R.Add to your cart.

Craig R. Brodian

Vice President, Human Resources

Craig R. Brodian joined the Johns Hopkins Bayview team in September 2000 to lead the Medical Center's Human Resources efforts. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins Bayview, Brodian was vice president of human resources at Maryland General Hospital.

Brodian brings over 22 years of experience in hospital employee relations to his position.

Education

Kean College of New Jersey, BA

Wagner College, MBA

Professional Memberships

Maryland Healthcare Human Resources Association

American Society of Healthcare Human Resources Administrators

Item 1: What's new in the business community, November 16, 2000Add to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle

Craig R. Brodian has joined the JHBMC staff as vice president, human resources

Folder 33: Brodian, Craig R.Add to your cart.
Vice President - Human Resources, Human Resources (JHBMC)
Item 1: New vice president, human resources, November 16, 2000Add to your cart.

Dudalk Eagle

Craig Brodian has joined the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center staff as vice president, human resources

Folder 3: Brooks, RyanAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview notice, March 18, 2008Add to your cart.
Inside Hopkins Bayview announcement welcoming Ryan Brooks as ED management analyst.
Folder 2: Brooner, RobertAdd to your cart.
Director of Addiction Treatment Services
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview notice, September 29, 2008Add to your cart.
Announcement of presentation of Marie Nyswander and Vincent Dole award.
Folder 22: Brooner, RobertAdd to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins University 

Division  School of Medicine 

Department  SOM Psy Bay Behavioral Pharm Rserch Unit 

BPRU  BBRC

Title  PROFESSOR 

Campus/Office Address  BPRU BBRC

Item 1: Brooner presented the Marie Nyswander&Vincent Dole Annual Award, April 2009Add to your cart.

Robert Brooner, Ph.D., director of Addiction Treatment Services, was selected as a 2009 recipient of The Marie Nyswander and Vincent Dole Annual Award for his outstanding contributions to the treatment of opioid dependence disorder.

Named after Vincent Dole, M.D., and his late wife Marie Nyswander, M.D., who worked together to develop methadone maintenance treatment for opioid dependence, the award recognizes individuals whose work has substantially advanced the evolving understanding and treatment of opioid dependence. It is presented by the American Association of Treatment of Opioid Dependence (AATOD). Dr. Brooner will receive the award at the annual AATOD conference in April 2009.

Dr. Brooner was recently one the recipients of The Joint Commission’s 2007 Ernest Amory Codman Award. The award recognized Addiction Treatment Services for its Motivated Stepped Care treatment model.

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Folder 1: Buccino, DanAdd to your cart.
Clinical Supervisor in Community Psychiatry Program
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview notice, April 6, 2009Add to your cart.
Notice of Dan's appointment by National Association of Social Workers to represent social workers in inaugural Social Work Month.
Item 2: Dan Buccine received 2010 MLK Award for community service, January 7, 2010Add to your cart.
Congratulation
Folder 29: Bunch, WilliamAdd to your cart.

Security Dept

Employee of the Month, September 2, 2009

Story

Folder 20: Burke, Anne E.Add to your cart.

Anne E. Burke, M.D., MPH, FACOG

Assistant Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Director, Family Planning Fellowship Program

Areas of Special Interest

General gynecology

Contraception/family planning

Menopause and perimenopause

Vaginal infections

Sexual dysfunction

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Anne E. Burke, M.D., MPH, FACOG, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, is dedicated to provided excellent care for women. She holds special clinical and research interests in contraception, family planning and perimenopause.

In addition to maintaining a clinical practice in general obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Burke also is director of the Family Planning Fellowship Program and contraceptive research at Johns Hopkins Bayview.

Dr. Burke earned a medical degree at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. She completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Pennsylvania Hospital and a fellowship in family planning at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She also earned a master's degree in public health at The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Folder 16: Burton, John R.Add to your cart.

John R. Burton, MD

Professor of Medicine, JHU

 Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• General Internal Medicine

• Geriatric Medicine

Department

• Medicine

• Director, Johns Hopkins Geriatric Education Center

Research Interests

• Geriatrics curriculum development and evaluation for medical students

• Models of care delivery

Clinical Interests

• Primary care of older adults with chronic medicine

• General Geriatrics

Education:

• McGill University Faculty of Medicine(1965)

Residency:

• Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center(1971)

Fellowship:

• Nephrology, Massachusetts General Hospital(1972)

Certifications:

• Nephrology, American Board of Internal Medicine(1974)

• Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine(1980)

• Geriatric Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine(2005)

Item 1: Burton Recognized, February 25, 2002Add to your cart.
Awarded the Theodore E. Woodward, MD Award for Excellencein Med Educ by MD Chapter of the American College of Phycians
Item 2: Burton Steps Down as Chief of Division of Geriatrics, March 01, 2002Add to your cart.
Dr. Burton will step down as director to assume leadership positions in several prominent national organizations dedicated to promoting geriatrics
Item 3: Mason F. Lord Professorship in Geriatric Medicine, March 13, 2003Add to your cart.
Dr. Burton, the Mason F. Lord Professor of the Division of Geriatrics Med and Gerontology is a recipient of a Hopkins {rofessor's Award for Distinction in Teaching and is widely recognized for helping to build atJHBMC largest div of Geri in the nation
Item 4: Hopkins Bayview's Top Docs, Winter 1998Add to your cart.
J.R. Burton received the Psysician-of-the-Year Award from the National Ass for Home care.  The Cornerstone of his extensive work in this area is JH Elder House Call, the program provides care for past 20 years.
Item 5: John R. Burton, MD portrait photograph, @ 1970sAdd to your cart.
A 5 x 7 B&W portrait photograph of Dr. Burton during the 1970s.
Item 6: SOM Class of 2002 nominates Dr. Burton for Humanism Award in medicine, June 27, 2002Add to your cart.
about award
Item 7: Bayview Doctor Named Best Physician of the Year, December 4, 1997Add to your cart.
Dr. Burton selected by National Association for Health Care (NAHC)
Item 8: Huntington Disease Society to honor 4Marylanders, May 4, 2000Add to your cart.
The Sun;
Item 9: Burton honored by Bayview, June 19, 2003Add to your cart.

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A JH bayview Geriatrics building has been renamed in honor of Dr. John R. Burton

Item 10: BiosketchAdd to your cart.

Hospital at Home Program-Dr. Bruce Leff - director

Professional Experience, publications

Folder 35: Buthey, AminaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Burthey Named Administrative Director, Division of Cardiology, July 12, 2011Add to your cart.

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She will work closely with Division Chief Nisha Chandra-Strobos, M.D.

Burthey brings more than 10 years of management and leadership experience to this role.

Folder 38: Bydon, AliAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Free Educational Seminar, January 20, 2011Add to your cart.
Oh, My Aching Back!
Series 3: Files of persons with last name beginning with CAdd to your cart.
Folder 40: Calley, William DoyleAdd to your cart.
1967, assitant chief of Pediatrics Department
Item 1: Leukemia Fight Gets $20,734, February 9, 1967Add to your cart.

Evening Sun, 2-9-1967

Dr. Calley, chief of Pediatrics received $20,734 ACS grant for leukemia research

Folder 3: Callum, CynthiaAdd to your cart.
Social work supervisor
Item 1: Callum Honored by City/Bayview Online News, 7/12/2002Add to your cart.
was honored at the Baltimore City Citizens' review Boardsrecognition ceremony6/25/2002 for her 15 years of service to the Citizen' Review Board for Children
Folder 38: Carbone, John J.Add to your cart.

Baltimore Business Journal, August 14, 1998

Dr. Carbone joined orthopedics department

Folder 12: Carpenter, Charles C.J.Add to your cart.
professor od med. JH SOM, will be new chief of medicine at BCH July 1, 1969
Item 1: Carpenter gets post at City Hospitals, June 28, 1969Add to your cart.
New chief of medicine at BCH; replaces Dr. Juilus Krevans.  B/W photo
Item 2: Curriculum Vitae, June 11, 2012Add to your cart.
CV
Item 3: Biography, Research, Awards, selected Publications, June 18, 2012Add to your cart.
Item 4: List of Publications, BooksAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Charles C.J. Carpenter Receives John E. Fogarty Recognition Award, May 29, 2003Add to your cart.

NIH News

Life long achievements in global health.  he built an infectious disease program

About Award

Item 7: James Marsh Professors-at-Large Program Biography:Charles C.J. Carpenter, M.D., September 28, 2008Add to your cart.
Short biography
Item 6: The IAS-USA Lifetime of Leadership Award, March 21, 2014Add to your cart.
The International Antiviral Society- USA ( IAS-USA) has awarded Dr. carpenter for his outstanding impact on the fields of global health, HIV medicine and research.
Item 8: PicturesAdd to your cart.
Five pictures see CD # 0210
Folder 1: Carrese, JoeAdd to your cart.

Joseph Carrese, M.D., MPH,

is a member of the hospital's ethics committee. His practice includes all aspects of adult primary care, including minor procedures and routine gynecological care.

Dr. Carrese is originally from a small town near Albany, New York, and he graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. He trained in general internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, then spent four years in the United States Public Health Service on the Navajo Indian reservation.

faculty - general internal medicine

Item 1: Physician Achievement notice on Inside Hopkins Bayview, April 4, 2008Add to your cart.
Notice of Dr. Carrese's receipt of the National Award for Scholarship in Medical Education.
Item 2: 2011 Presidential Citation Award, October 2011Add to your cart.

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Award from ASBH, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities

Folder 26: Carroll Jr., Douglas, 1915-1977Add to your cart.
Brief Biography saved on L:
Item 1: Carroll Portrait Now on Display, 7/12/2010Add to your cart.

Portrait displayed and re-hung after restoration

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Item 2: Biographical informationAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: Carroll, ThomasAdd to your cart.
T. Carroll has been appointed director of Fiscal Management at BCH
Item 1: City Hospital Fiscal Post Given Carroll, October 18, 1977Add to your cart.
Career highlights; B/W photo
Item 2: Fiscal Director Appointed, November 18, 1977Add to your cart.
Pillbox 11-18-1977
Folder 6: Carruth, William "Bill"Add to your cart.
Administrator of perioperatives service at JH BMC
Item 1: Carruth named administrator, perioperative services, 6/4/2008Add to your cart.
Triad model of physician leader, admin leader, nursing leaderto help manage services
Folder 16: Cave, FrankAdd to your cart.
General maintenance superintendent; 15 years service; retirement party.  July 9, 2007/?/
Folder 44: Cenname, RaymondAdd to your cart.
Raymond Cenname, General manager, Nutrition Dietary Dept
Item 1: Named Executive Director, Food and Nutrition Services, August 1, 2013Add to your cart.

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Ray Cenname has been named the executive director of food and nutrition services, a position previously held by Keith Magel.

Folder 29: Cespedes, R. DuaneAdd to your cart.

Associate Professor of Urology

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• Urology

• Pelvic Reconstruction

• Neurourology

• Fecal Incontinence

• Urinary Incontinence

• Incontinence

Department

• Urology

Training:

• Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences(1989)

Residency:

• Urology, Wilford Hall Medical Center (AETC)(1995)

Fellowship:

• Female Urology, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston(1996)

Certification:

• Urology, American Board of Urology(2008)

Item 1: JHBMC welcome Urologist R. Duane Cespedes, June 15, 2009Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 7: Chahla, MayyAdd to your cart.

Mayy Chahla, M.D., earned bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and biological sciences at the University of California, Irvine. She completed medical school at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, as well as a residency in internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Dr. Chahla joined CIMS in 2008. She is a member of the ACP and Phi Beta Kappa Society.

Item 1: Johns Hopkins Bayview welcomes new hospitalists, 08/07/2008Add to your cart.
Career highlights; photo
Folder 24: Chahla, MayyAdd to your cart.

Mayy Chahla, M.D., earned bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and biological sciences at the University of California, Irvine. She completed medical school at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, as well as a residency in internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Dr. Chahla joined CIMS in 2008. She is a member of the ACP and Phi Beta Kappa Society

Folder 30: Chaklos, SabrinaAdd to your cart.

Instructor, Medicine

Sabrina Chaklos, M.D., earned a degree in biochemistry at Simmons College in Boston, MA. She received medical training at Tufts University School of Medicine, also in Boston, and completed a residency in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Item 1: Welcome New Hospitalists!, June 29, 2009Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 23: Chandra-Strobos, NishaAdd to your cart.

Professor, Cardiology

Chair, Division of Cardiology

Curriculum Vitae (CV), Publications (PubMed)

Specialties/Interests

Clinical -

Research -

Board Certifications

Internal Medicine

Cardiovascular Disease

Folder 27: Cheng, AlanAdd to your cart.

Alan Cheng, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Director, Arrhythmia Device Service

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• Cardiology

• Ablation

• Atrial Fibrillation

• Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

• ICDs

• Sarcoidosis

• Arrhythmias

• Cardiac Arrhythmias

• Electrophysiology

• Pacemakers

Department/Divisions

• Medicine - Cardiology

• Medicine - Electrophysiology

Training:

• Yale University School of Medicine(1998)

Residency:

• Internal Medicine, The Johns Hopkins Hospital(2001)

Fellowship:

• Cardiology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital(2006)

Certifications:

• Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine(2001)

• Cardiovascular Disease, American Board of Internal Medicine(2005)

• Electrophysiology, American Board of Internal Medicine(2007)

Languages:

• English

• Chinese

Research Interests:

• Cardiac Sarcoidosis

• Pacemakers, ICDs and Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

• Atrial fibrillation Ablation

• Sudden Cardiac Death

Item 1: Photographic PortraitAdd to your cart.
Two 4 x 6 color photographic portraits of Alan Cheng.
Folder 34: Cheskin, LawrenceAdd to your cart.
Director of Weight Management Center at JHBMC
Item 1: Helping the mind control weight, April 14, 1998Add to your cart.

"The Sun"

Pill is not a magic bullet in the war against weight.

Item 2: Trends & Truths, October 2000Add to your cart.

Better Home and Garden

Surprising Facts from top experts about d

Folder 8: Chi Chiung Grace ChenAdd to your cart.
Gyn/Ob dept, faculty, photo
Item 1: Chi Chiung Grace Chen, joins the dept of OB/Gyn at JH BMC, 11/10/2008Add to your cart.

career highlights, photo, Areas of Special Interest

Pelvic floor disorders

Pelvic organ prolapse (including uterine prolapse, cystocele, rectocele and related conditions)

Urinary and fecal incontinence

Lower urinary tract symptoms and voiding dysfunction

Vesicovaginal and rectovaginal fistulas

Minimally invasive techniques for gynecologic and urogynecologic surgeries including robotic and conventional laparoscopic procedures

Congenital malformations

Benign vulvar disorders including vulvodynia

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Folder 19: Chi Chiung, Grace ChenAdd to your cart.

Grace Chen, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

Pelvic floor disorders

Pelvic organ prolapse (including uterine prolapse, cystocele, rectocele and related conditions)

Urinary and fecal incontinence

Lower urinary tract symptoms and voiding dysfunction

Vesicovaginal and rectovaginal fistulas

Minimally invasive techniques for gynecologic and urogynecologic surgeries including robotic and conventional laparoscopic procedures

Congenital malformations

Benign vulvar disorders including vulvodynia

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Grace Chen, M.D., is dedicated to providing comprehensive care for the evaluation and medical, behavioral or surgical treatment of women with gynecologic issues in general and specifically pelvic floor disorders. As it is important for each patient to be informed of her condition and take an active part in her treatment, each patient will undergo a full assessment and evaluation followed by guidance and education on treatment options. Because she is well-versed in traditional surgical and non-surgical management practices as well as innovative minimally invasive techniques, Dr. Chen is able to tailor her skills and expertise to provide each patient with individualized care and attention.

In addition to clinical and surgical responsibilities, Dr. Chen also incorporates educating residents and fellows into her practice. She believes very strongly that educating residents and fellows not only sustains the future of gynecology but also is critical in furthering the understanding of pelvic floor disorders. Dr. Chen serves as a mentor for gynecology residents and female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery fellows. She also has received several teaching awards.

Dr. Chen also is active in scientific research, specifically in evaluating surgical outcomes, the impact of obesity on pelvic floor disorders and pelvic floor surgeries, and surgical education. She has several publications in peer-reviewed medical journals and chapters. Dr. Chen actively participates and presents at national meetings of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the American Urogynecologic Society, the Association of Professors of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons, the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopist and the International Continence Society.

Folder 28: Chinard, FrancisAdd to your cart.
Francis Chinard was Chief of Medicine from 1960-1963.
Item 1: Photographic portraitAdd to your cart.
A B&W slide of a portrait of Francis Chinard
Item 2: Chinard delays Acceptance of Post at City Hospitals, March 13, 1962Add to your cart.

Morning Sun, 3-13-1962

The appointment is Dr. D. frank Kaltreider as, chief of medicine.  He did not accept position yet

Folder 41: Chism, Sylvia C.S.Add to your cart.
Director of Nursing at BCH
Item 1: City Hospitals Fills head Nursing Post, April 24, 1968Add to your cart.

News American, 4-24-1967

Mrs Chism appointed for the director of nursing at BCH. Post was vacant two years

Short biography

Folder 17: Chisolm, J. Julian, July 24, 21 -- June 21, 2001Add to your cart.
Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics
Item 1: Curriculum Vitae, 12/13/1974Add to your cart.
CV; Bibliography
Item 2: In Memoriam:, June 21, 2001Add to your cart.
Career highlights
Item 3: Pioneer in lead study, Julian Chisolm, diesAdd to your cart.
Founder of the Kennedy Krieger institute Lead Clinic.  Known by Dr, David Spencer/BMC Nefrology
Folder 47: Chisolm, Margaret S.Add to your cart.
Margaret S. Chisolm, Director of Education for Dept of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at JHBMC
Item 1: Chisolm Receives Excellence in Teaching Award, May 6, 2014Add to your cart.

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About award, picture, Dr. Lyketsos about Dr. Chisolm

Folder 20: Chou, BettyAdd to your cart.

Betty Chou, M.D., FACOG

Assistant Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

Obstetrical care

Well-woman visits

Abnormal pap smears/colposcopy

Contraception

Abnormal vaginal bleeding

Fibroids

Menopausal symptoms

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Betty Chou, M.D., FACOG, is committed to her philosophy that every woman deserves a compassionate, knowledgeable and skillful OB/GYN provider. She believes women's health needs are "highly individualized and diverse," and that it is essential to have a physician who has the expertise and can take the time to address and care for individual needs.

In addition to providing routine obstetrical care and well-woman visits, Dr. Chou offers medical and surgical management for a wide variety of gynecologic conditions. She is clinical director of the colposcopy clinic, as well as coordinator of the Medical Student OB/GYN Clerkship Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview.

Dr. Chou earned a medical degree at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she also completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology. She is board-certified in general obstetrics and is a member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and the Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics.

Folder 31: Christmas, ColleenAdd to your cart.

Colleen Christmas, M.D., director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Hospital:

Faculty, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Medical Director, Bayview Transitional Care Unit, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.  July 1999 – July 2004

Medical Director,  Hip Fracture and Geriatric Consultation Service, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.  July 1999 – May 2007

Associate Residency Program Director, Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.  July 2003-October 2006

Residency Program Director, Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkin Bayview Medical Center. October 2006 - present

Research Interests:

Geriatrics curriculum development and evaluation for medical studen

Nutrition

Hip fracture outcomes in the elderly

Tube feeding in dementia

Clinical Interests

Primary care of older adults with chronic illness

General Geriatrics

Perioperative care of the elderly

Item 1: Named Health Care Heroes Finalist, February 16, 2011Add to your cart.

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Dr. Christmas has been named a Health Care Heroes finalist by The Daily Record.

Item 2: Three Physicians Named Hometown Heroes, November 3, 2011Add to your cart.

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These physicians made the extraordinary step of going to an elderly man’s home to perform surgery on a skin cancer tumor

Folder 45: Clark, KellyAdd to your cart.
Kelly Clark, Department of Professional Nursing Development
Item 1: Nursing Educator of the Year, December 6, 2013Add to your cart.
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Folder 2: Clough, DaleAdd to your cart.
Director of material management department
Item 1: Clough, Dale, 11/11/2004Add to your cart.
Hopkins Bayview welcomes new staff member Dale Clough, CPIM, director of material management department
Folder 18: Cohen, ToddAdd to your cart.
received a BS in family studies from the University of Maryland College Park. He is currently pursuing an MHSA at The George Washington University School of Public Health. Cohen has previous experience as a research assistant with the National Violent Injury Statistics System at the University of Miami School of Medicine.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, June 25, 2007Add to your cart.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Welcomes Administrative Residents
Folder 9: Cole, MikeAdd to your cart.
Director cardiology services
Item 1: Mike Cole promoted to Director of cardiology Services, 12/10/2008Add to your cart.
Promotion is reflection of his success and effectiveness as a leader
Folder 22: Conaway, TiffanieAdd to your cart.
Hopkins ElderPlus patient aides
Item 1: Catch a Shining Star Team Award Winner, 3/5/2010Add to your cart.

At snow day patient aides assisted home care at patient's home and save his life.

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Folder 35: Concordia, LizAdd to your cart.

Executive Vice President and COO, JHBMC

June 2001

Item 1: The EBACC Elects Officers and Board Members, December 28, 2000Add to your cart.
Liz Concordia elected to EBACC
Folder 15: Conway, MarionAdd to your cart.
Senior licensed practical nurse
Item 1: Gentle: It's Marion's way, December 30, 1976Add to your cart.
Dundalk Times.  I try to treat people like I want to be treat; life and career highlihghts.
Folder 25: Cook, Carol, 4/14/2009Add to your cart.
is minister at the Disciples of Christ Church, completed her work in Gyn/Ob, Addiction Centera and  Psychiatry unit, Med A & med B
Folder 46: Cordts, Grace A.Add to your cart.
Dr. Grace A. Cordts, Geriatric Medicine, Administration
Item 1: Medical housestaff Receives Awards, Summer 1987Add to your cart.

Dr. Grace Cordts receives Rathbun Award

Keynotes, Summer 1987, Vol.3, No. 2

Folder 4: Cosola, TracyAdd to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions 

Division  Johns Hopkins Health System 

Department  Operations Integration 

 

Title  SERVICE EXCELLENCE SPECIALIST 

Campus/Office Address  ASC Bdg, Suite 276D 

Affiliation  Staff

Item 1: Tracy Cosola named service excellence Specialist, 11/13/2008Add to your cart.
cosola improved patients satisfaction assist with service excellence educ sessions, reward & recognition program
Folder 33: Councilman, William Thomas, January 1, 1854 - May 26, 1933Add to your cart.
Item 1: PortraitAdd to your cart.
Portrait
Item 2: BiographyAdd to your cart.
Item 3: William Councilman PathologistAdd to your cart.
Story how he transfer specimens from Bayview to Hopkins
Folder 39: Couzi, Rima, June 4, 2004Add to your cart.
Daily Record
Folder 5: Creticos, Peter SocratesAdd to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins University 

Division  School of Medicine 

Department  SOM DOM Bay Clinical Immunology 

Title  ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 

Affiliation  Faculty 

Clinical trials in allergic diseases/asthma; immunotherapy; nasal/bronchial provocation to evaluate mechanisms and treatment of allergic disease/asthma

Item 1: Baltimoresun.com: Peter Socrates Creticos, by Frank Roylance, 10/13/2006Add to your cart.
Creticos was lead investigator for a small JH study of the effectivenessof a novel DNA-basedvaccine for ragweed allergies.  Occupation; career highliht; personal; philosophy
Folder 32: Crocetti, MichaelAdd to your cart.

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• General Pediatrics

Department/Division

• Pediatrics - General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine

Item 1: Getting the Message to Pediatricians, May 20, 2010Add to your cart.

The Baltimore Sun; Health & Style

Patients want to contact their children pediatricians via E-Mail

Ask quick questions, Consult about "small" things,

Item 2: Michael Crocetti named Chief of Pediatrics for JHCP, April 18, 2011Add to your cart.

Congratulation

Brief biography

Item 3: Two share teaching award at Bayview, June 26, 2003Add to your cart.

the 2003 Medical Student Award from JHH department of Pediatrics,

Drs. Crocetti and Dudas

Folder 10: Cronauer, CharlesAdd to your cart.
Director of finance
Item 1: Cronauer and Turnbaugh named directors of finance, 9/29/2008Add to your cart.
Photo; 25 years finance experience
Folder 43: Cummings, MichelleAdd to your cart.
Michelle Cummings, Director of Nursing education, practice and research
Item 1: Michelle Cummings Named Director of Nursing Education, Practice and Research, March 21, 2013Add to your cart.
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Folder 11: Cundiff, Geoffrey W.Add to your cart.
Charman of Ob/Gyn, Associate professor SOM
Item 1: Geoffrey W. Cundiff, M.D., named chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 08/08/2002Add to your cart.
B/W photo; Career highlights
Folder 37: Cundiff, Geoffrey W.Add to your cart.

Daily Record, December 2, 2002

Dr. Cundiff appointedto the position of chairman of obstetrics and gynecology

Folder 36: Curl, Leigh AnnAdd to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle; August 22, 2002

Dr. Curl has joined the department of Orthopaedics

/also see Dr. Zoch

Folder 14: Curry, CealAdd to your cart.
Child life coordinator for department of pediatrics
Item 1: Ceal Curry and Maryann Hiteshew receive award, 10/21/2003Add to your cart.
Award of the American Lung Association of MD's 2003 President's Award
Folder 21: Curtis, ShannetteAdd to your cart.
Hopkins ElderPlus patient aides
Item 1: Catching a Shining Star Team Award Winner, 3/5/2010Add to your cart.

At snow day patient aides assisted home care at patient's home and save his life.

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Folder 42: Clough, DaleAdd to your cart.
Dale Clough, CPIM, director of Material Management Department/ February 2005, DOME
Series 4: Files of persons with last name beginning with DAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Daniels, KimberleeAdd to your cart.
Administrator of Orthopaedics
Item 1: Kimberlee Daniels, MBA, named Administrator of Orthopaedics, 11/10/2008Add to your cart.
Career highlights
Folder 12: Davis, LyndaAdd to your cart.
Lynda Davis LCSW-C is a social worker in our PACE program.
Item 1: Photographic portrait, June, 2006Add to your cart.
Two 4 x 6 color photographic portraits of Lynda Davis.
Folder 5: Davis, SusanAdd to your cart.
Director of Communication and Public Affairs, 17 years
Item 1: P.Susan Davis Receives 2007 William J, McCarthy Award, March 26, 2007Add to your cart.
Receives 2007 William J, McCarthy Award; Photo; Career highlights
Folder 2: Deaton, JoAdd to your cart.
Director of Nursing for Psychiatry
Item 1: Jo Deanton, RN, MSN, appointed Director of Nursing for Psychiatry, 02/18/2008Add to your cart.
Career Highlights
Folder 16: Decamps, DesireeAdd to your cart.

Information Services

Employee of the month, August 12, 2009

story

Folder 13: DeGrouchy, LisaAdd to your cart.

Director, Regulatory Affairs;

Quality Management, JHBMC

Item 1: Farewell Reception, December 22, 2010Add to your cart.

After more than ten years at JHBMC, Lisa de Grouchy has accepted a newly created

position with the Johns Hopkins Health System as director of regulatory compliance

for ambulatory services.

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Folder 26: DeHoff, John B.Add to your cart.
Item 1: Dr. DeHoff Named Acting Director, December 31, 1976Add to your cart.
Pillbox, Vol 19, No7
Folder 22: DeKornfeld, Thomas, J.Add to your cart.
Item 1: Agreement on 3 Medical Post Listed, March 12, 1962Add to your cart.

Morning Sun, 3-12-1962

The appointment is Dr. Thomas J. DeKornfeld, chief of anesthesiology

Item 2: Curriculum Vitae and BibliographyAdd to your cart.
Folder 24: DeMunda, RachelAdd to your cart.
Rachel DeMunda, Director Enviromental Health, Safety, Emergency ManagementServices and Sustainability
Item 1: Rachel DeMunda, Named Director Enviromental Health, Safety, Emergency ManagementServices and Sustainability, March 2013Add to your cart.
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Folder 21: Dennis, PhillipAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Dennis Website, October 2011Add to your cart.

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Biography;

Folder 14: DePaul Jr., J. RaymondAdd to your cart.
Item 1: DePaulo to head City Hospitals Unit, November 9, 1978Add to your cart.
DePaulo has appointed director of the Acute Psychiatric Unit at BCH
Folder 20: DeRoche, JanAdd to your cart.
Director of Care Management, October 2011
Folder 25: DiMarcantonio, LaurenAdd to your cart.
Lauren DiMarcantonio, RN, CICU
Item 1: Congrat to the Quarterly Hand Hygien Raffle Winners!, July 15, 2013Add to your cart.

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Individual raffle winner Lauren DiMarcantonio, RN, cardiac intensive care unit, received an Amazon Kindle.

Folder 11: D'Lugoff, Burton ChasAdd to your cart.

Burton C. D’Lugoff, M.D.

Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine. Associate Professor Emeritus of Medicine and Psychiatry [1998;1971].

Burton Chas D'Lugoff, MD Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine)

Graduated from New York University School Of Medicine in 1957

Completed Residency At: Johns Hopkins University: Immunology, Clinical & Lab (Internal Medicine); Baltimore City Hospital Program: Internal Medicine; Baltimore City Hospital Program: Transitional Year - Internship

Item 1: Photograph: Portrait, June, 2004Add to your cart.
4 x 6 color portrait photograph of Burton C. D'Lugoff.
Folder 6: Donatelli, PeterAdd to your cart.
Assistant Director of General Services, 1962-1965
Item 1: Mr. Peter Donatelli, Nov 30, 1965Add to your cart.
P.D. left BCH after 3years of servece
Folder 8: Dooley, MyrtleAdd to your cart.
Cheif Nurse of the Tuberculosis Dept at BCH
Item 1: Devoted Nurse, June 1, 1964Add to your cart.
Started to work at 1938; Hospitals history; Started performing her own social service.  Tuberculosis department at BCH.  amount of beds at 1938. She started patients education.  Standarts of nursing education
Item 2: "Devoted Nurse"-- The Way It Was, April 17, 1984Add to your cart.
by Georgia Dreger.  About Miss Dooley, her life, work, interests.  draft
Folder 1: Dornheim, JohnAdd to your cart.
Chaplan at the JH BMC
Item 1: Health care, Jan 28, 2005Add to your cart.
John Dornheim full-time chaplan will providespiritual care and suport to patients and families, and staff; Daily record
Item 2: Dornheim named newest chaplan at Bayview, 12/08/2004Add to your cart.
Picture, Career highlights
Folder 10: Dougherty, DonnaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Donna Dougherty, 4/23/2010Add to your cart.
Pastoral care Interns /Info Saved on L:
Folder 27: Dougherty, MarleneAdd to your cart.
Marlene Dougherty Respiratory Therapist
Item 1: Marlene donates a part of her life to save another, April 22, 2014Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

She is blood donor for many years. She was selected as best match for a patientin need of a bone marrow.

Folder 23: Douglas, Deborah KrumAdd to your cart.
Dr. Deborah Douglas, Associate Professor, Chief of Pathology / 2005
Folder 3: Doyle, DanielAdd to your cart.
Director of Patient Safety
Item 1: Daniel Doyle appointed Director of Patient Safety, 02/04/2008Add to your cart.
Career highlights
Folder 18: Dudas, RobertAdd to your cart.

Institution The Johns Hopkins University

Division School of Medicine

Department SOM Ped Bay Bayview Pediatric Unit

Title ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Affiliation Faculty

Item 1: Two share teaching award at Bayview, June 26, 2003Add to your cart.
Dr. Dudas shared the 2003 Medical Student Teaching Award from JHH Department of Pediatrics
Folder 19: Duetsch, ChristinaAdd to your cart.

The Sun, November 28, 1999

Geropsychiatry focuses on one-on-one care

Folder 17: Duncan, Mark D.Add to your cart.

Associate Professor of Surgery

Associate Professor of Oncology

Surgery Chief, Surgical Oncology

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• General Surgery

• Laparoscopic and minimally invasive surgery

• Pancreatic Cancer

• Esophageal Cancer

• Stomach Cancer

• Abdominal Surgery

• Sarcoma

• Surgery

• Gallbladder Cancer

• Gallbladder Tumors

• Gastrointestinal Cancers

• Gastrointestinal Tumors

• Colon Cancer

• Colon Tumors

• Intestinal Cancer

• Intestinal Tumors

Training:

• Mayo Clinic Medical School College of Medicine(1987)

Residency:

• General Surgery, George Washington University School of Medicine(1994)

Fellowship:

• Surgical Research, Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Washington DC)(1992)

Certification:

• General Surgery, American Board of Surgery(2006)

Language:

• English

Research Interest:

• Tumorigenesis in esophagogastric cancer and colorectal cancer

Center/Institute:

• Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center

Biographical Sketch:

Dr. Duncan specializes in gastrointestinal surgery and surgical oncology, including surgery of the esophagus, stomach, intestine, colon and rectum, gallbladder and pancreas, adrenal and retroperitoneal sarcoma. He also works in conjunction with urologic and gynecologic surgical specialists performing major resections of complex pelvic cancers. He chairs the cancer committee and directs the tumor board at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Before joining Johns Hopkins, Dr. Duncan served on the surgical faculty at Georgetown University Medical Center and the Washington, D.C. Veteran's Administration Hospital.

Professional Highlights:

Chief of Surgical Oncology Johns Hopkins Bayview

Chair, Cancer Committee Johns Hopkins Bayview

Vice Chair, Associate Professor Promotions Committee, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Awards & Honors:

Richard S. Ross Clinician Scientist Award

Memberships:

Fellow, American College of Surgeons

Southern Surgical Society

Society of Surgical Oncology

Society of University Surgeons

Association of Academic Surgeons

American Society of Clinical Oncology

Item 1: Mark Duncan, M.D., has been selected to serve as Vice Chair in the Department of, July 1, 2011Add to your cart.

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Congratulation from

Julie A. Freischlag, M.D.

Surgeon‐in‐Chief, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Richard G. Bennett, M.D.

President, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Item 2: Honored by Sarcoma Alliance for Providing Outstanding Care, September 3, 2013Add to your cart.

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"I am Honored and Overwhelmed by this award..."

Folder 4: Durant, EllaAdd to your cart.
Education specialistin the deptof professional development, co-chair of the MCV Black Histiry Month commitee
Item 1: Ella Durant, CD, Receives 2008 Diversity Recognition award, 05/15/2008Add to your cart.
Appointed workforce training and educatin committee.  Diversity
Item 2: Nominated Employee of the month, February 9, 2009Add to your cart.

Nominated by co-worker

story

Folder 18: Ella DurantAdd to your cart.

UNIT SERVICES SUPERVISOR, Medical A&B (JHBMC)

Inservice Education

Qualifications

Licensed practical nurse (licensed by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene)

Education

Doctorate in counseling from Philadelphia Bible College and Seminary

Masters in counseling from Philadelphia Bible College and Seminary

Bachelor of arts in program administration and minor in mental health from Antioch University

Bachelors in counseling from Philadelphia Bible College and Seminary

Other Interests

Spirituality advocate

Adjunct professor in psychology at the Community College of Baltimore County, Dundalk

Complementary medicine, master reiki practitioner

Community advocacy

Folder 9: Durso, Samuei C.Add to your cart.

Samuel C. Durso, MD, MBA, AGSF

Academic Appointment(s):

Associate Professor Of Medicine

Division Title(s):

Director, Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology

Director of Education

Co-Director, Fellowship Training Program

Research Interests:

Educational research

Health Services research

Clinical Interests:

Clinical Program design

Education/Training:

M.B.A. - Johns Hopkins University

M.D. - Baylor College of Medicine

Internship/Residency - University of Alabama Hospitals

Item 1: Durso Appointed Director of Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, 4/27/2010Add to your cart.
Partnerships, research, teaching, patient care, leaderships, principal investigator.
Folder 15: Duru, CosmasAdd to your cart.

Nurse, Med A

Employee of the month

story

Series 5: Files of persons with last name beginning with EAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Earley, ChristopherAdd to your cart.

Associate Director, Sleep Disorders Center

Professor, Neurology

Education: Ph.D., M.B., B.Ch., internship, residency program - University College, Ireland

Specialties/Interests: sleep disorders medicine with a special interest in restless legs syndrome (RLS); the pathophysiology of RLS and further elucidation of the value of various treatments in this condition; recipient of the American Academy of Neurology Sleep Science Award and elected Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Ireland (FRCP(I)), both in recognition of his work on RLS; honored with the ECFMG certification and FLEX; served on the American Boards of Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Neurology and Sleep Medicine

Item 1: Christofer Earley presented Sleep Science Award, May 16, 2007Add to your cart.
received award, 2007 Sleep Science Award by the American Academy of Neurology.  Leadership in researching restless leg syndrome (RLS)
Item 2: Christopher EarleyAdd to your cart.
Research activities:  list of publications; clinical trails; bk chapters and reviews;
Item 3: Inside Hopkins Bayview, May 16, 2007Add to your cart.
Presented sleep science award by The American Academy of Neurology; Attached CV
Folder 16: Earley, ChristopherAdd to your cart.

Dr. Christopher Earley received his medical degree as well as a PhD in Pharmacology from the University College in Galway, Ireland. He completed a full residency in Internal Medicine at Baylor Medical College and then went to the University of Virginia in Charlottesville to complete his residency in Neurology. After then spending a year at the NIH as a fellow in the Neurobiology Unit, Dr. Earley joined the faculty at Johns Hopkins in 1991.

Now Professor of Neurology, Dr. Earley's research and clinical interests are devoted to Sleep Medicine with a special interest in Restless Legs Syndrome. His current research is focused on understanding the pathophysiology of Restless Legs Syndrome and further elucidating the value of various treatments in this syndrome.

Dr. Earley sees patients with all types of Sleep Disorders including Restless Legs Syndrome at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center on Tuesdays.

Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

American Board of Sleep Medicine

Folder 19: Eckhauser, Frederic E.Add to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins University

Division School of Medicine

Department SOM Sur Ravitch Service

Title PROFESSOR

Affiliation Faculty

Series 1: Chairman of Surgery, February 22, 2002Add to your cart.
Newspaper clip, Baltimore Business Journal
Series 2: Bayview announces three new staffers, February, 2002Add to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle

Dr. Frederic E. Eckhauser, John M. Eggleston III, Robert W. Adams

Folder 22: Edwardson, JillAdd to your cart.
Bayview Gynecology Obstetrics  Title  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Item 1: Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics Welcomes New, August 18, 2011Add to your cart.

Infor saved on E:, Picture

The Department of

Gynecology and

Obstetrics is pleased

to welcome new

physician

Folder 23: Eichelberger, MelissaAdd to your cart.
<table align="right" border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" width="100%"> <tbody> <tr> <td valign="top"> Nursing Administration</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="portalPersonAttribute" valign="top"> </td> <td valign="top"> </td> </tr> <tr> <td class="portalPersonAttribute" valign="top"> Title</td> <td valign="top"> PATIENT SAFETY NURSE</td> </tr> </tbody></table>
Item 1: Melissa Eichelberger Promoted to Patient Safety Nurse, December 8, 2011Add to your cart.
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Folder 14: Eid, ShakerAdd to your cart.

Shaker Eid, M.D., earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry and medical degree from the American University of Beirut (AUB) in Lebanon. He also completed a post-doctoral research fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine at AUB and a residency in internal medicine at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore.

Dr. Eid is a member of the American College of Physicians and the American Heart Association.

Item 1: Eid, ShakerAdd to your cart.
JH BMC welcomes new hospitalists
Item 1: JH BMS welcomes new hospitalists, 8/7/2008Add to your cart.
Career highlight, photo
Folder 13: Elko, AndreaAdd to your cart.

Andrea Elko, PA-C

Physician Assistant, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

General obstetrics

General gynecology

Colposcopy

Family planning

Research on addiction and pregnancy

Biography

Andrea Elko, PA-C, completed medical training at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Her clinical interests include general obstetrics and gynecology, colposcopy and family planning. Elko also focuses on research at the Center for Addiction and Pregnancy at Johns Hopkins Bayview.

Folder 9: Ellen, JonathanAdd to your cart.

Chairman of Pediatrics at JH BMC

Jonathan Ellen, M.D.

Professor

Specialty:Adolescent Health

General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine

Education:Medical School:

Temple University Medical School

Residency: 

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia – Pediatrics

Fellowships:

University of California, San Francisco – Adolescent Medicine

University of California, San Francisco – Sexually Transmitted Disease

San Francisco, Department of Public Health – Sexually Transmitted Disease

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Sexually Transmitted Disease

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, 2006Add to your cart.
J. Ellen, M.D., promoted to Professor and appointed Vice Chair for Pediatrics at JHBMC
Item 2: Inside Hopkins Bayview, March 28, 2007Add to your cart.
J. Ellen, M.D., named Chairman of Pediatrics
Item 3: Vice Dean and Physician‐in‐Chief, April 7, 2011Add to your cart.

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Jonathan Ellen, M.D., chairman of

pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, will now also serve as

the new Johns Hopkins School of Medicine vice dean for All Children's Hospital

and physician‐in‐chief at the St. Petersburg, Florida‐based hospital.

Folder 20: Elliot, WilliamAdd to your cart.

North County News, September 18, 1997

Elliot - new billing director at bayview

Folder 21: Ellsworth Cox, JulieAdd to your cart.

Baltimore Business Journal, October 18, 1996

Director majors gifts and special project at JHBMC

Folder 15: Evans, DavidAdd to your cart.
RN and seven year Care Center employee.  Graduated in 2001 from Davis and Elkins College, in Elkins, West Virginia.  Immediately after graduation, he joined the Johns Hopkins Bayview Care Center as an RN.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, October 1, 2008Add to your cart.
David Evans passes away
Item 2: Evans, David, 1961-2008Add to your cart.
RN; passed away September 26, 2008.  kind & caring person. Poem in memory of D.E.,  Lakeside Nurse
Folder 17: Evans Sean, July 27, 2010Add to your cart.

Administrative Resident

Health Service Administration;

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Folder 12: Everett, Anita SmithAdd to your cart.

Section Director, Community and General Psychiatry Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Photo

Received her undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee and her MD from East Tennessee University College of Medicine.  She completed her residency in psychiatry and internal medicine at the University of Virginia.

Item 1: Anita Smith Everet, M.D., joins PsychitryDivision, February 6, 2007Add to your cart.
joins Psychiatry Division; director of community & General psychiatry.  Career highlights
Box 2: Biographical Files F-JAdd to your cart.
Series 1: Files of persons with last name beginning with FAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Feld, MelissaAdd to your cart.
Feld received her undergraduate degree from Penn State and earned a master's in business administration and master's in health administration from the University of Pittsburgh. She completed a post-graduate fellowship with the Johns Hopkins Health System. Upon completion of her fellowship, she was named administrator of the division of cardiology at Johns Hopkins Bayview.
Item 1: Melissa Feld, M.B.A., M.H.A., appointed Assistant Dean, 1/5/2006Add to your cart.

Congratulations to Melissa Feld, M.B.A., M.H.A., on her recent appointment as assistant dean of the Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus.

As assistant dean, Feld will partner with David Hellmann, M.D., chairman of the department of medicine and vice dean of Hopkins Bayview, to build upon the Medical Center's current strengths and to develop programs that reinforce the bonds between The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview. Feld also will continue her duties as the administrator of the department of medicine.

Folder 13: Ferguson, RobertAdd to your cart.
Associate Professor of geriatric medicine
Item 1: ACP Award, February 4, 2011Add to your cart.
Dr. Ferguson receives top awards for distinguished service from the Maryland Chapter of the American College of Physicians (ACP)
Folder 14: Finberg, Laurence, May 20, 1923Add to your cart.
Item 1: Curriculum Vitae, 2003Add to your cart.
Folder 20: Fingerhood, Michael I.Add to your cart.
Dr. Michael I. Fingerhood, Assoc Professor, Chemical Dependency
Item 1: Medical Housestaff Receives Awards, Summer 1987Add to your cart.

Dr. Michael Fingerhood receives Howard K. Rathbun Award

Keynotes, Summer 1987, Vol.3, No. 2

Folder 6: Finkenzeller, DaynaAdd to your cart.

Dayna Finkenzeller, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

General obstetrical and gynecological care

Abnormal pap smears & HPV infections

Abnormal uterine bleeding

Adolescent gynecology

Hysteroscopy

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Dayna Finkenzeller, M.D., is committed to providing excellent, evidence-based obstetrical and gynecological care. She is dedicated to involving patients in decisions regarding their care.

Dr. Finkenzeller earned a medical degree at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. She completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview. Her clinical interests focus on the management of abnormal pap smears and HPV infections, as well as adolescent gynecology and general obstetrics.

In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Finkenzeller is a dedicated mentor to residents and medical students focusing in obstetrics and gynecology. She also is interested in furthering the practice of minimally invasive surgery and hysteroscopy, and providing patients with the most up-to-date options in care.

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, September 24, 2008Add to your cart.
Dayna Finkenzeller joins the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Folder 17: Finney, KellyAdd to your cart.

Daily Record, October 13, 2001

director of development for the JHBMC

Folder 10: Forbes, BrittAdd to your cart.
Information System Department
Folder 16: Forman, Michael A.Add to your cart.

Aegis, February 18, 2004

Senior Director, support services for JHBMC

Folder 3: Forthman, MikeAdd to your cart.
Mike Forsman will assume oversight for both the facilities and the redevelopment depts. 6/25/2005
Folder 12: Foster, TanishaAdd to your cart.

6 surgery

Employee of the month, August 12, 2009

story

Folder 9: Fox, Michelle C.Add to your cart.

Michelle C. Fox, M.D., MPH, FACOG

Assistant Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

General obstetrics and gynecology

Contraception

Family planning

Sterilization

Abnormal pap smears

HPV infection

Irregular menses

Uterine bleeding

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Michelle C. Fox, M.D., MPH, FACOG, is committed to providing excellent comprehensive care for women of all ages. She maintains a general practice in obstetrics and gynecology, and offers medical and surgical management for a variety of women’s health care needs.

In addition to patient care, Dr. Fox is active in both teaching and clinical research. She has participated in several research trials and published papers involving advances in contraception, miscarriage and family planning. She is committed to teaching patients, students and practicing clinicians about contraception and family planning options.

Dr. Fox earned a medical degree at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She completed residency training in obstetrics and gynecology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Harvard Medical School), followed by a fellowship in family planning at Magee-Women’s Hospital (University of Pittsburgh). Dr. Fox also earned a master’s degree in public health at the University of Pittsburgh.

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Carl H. Francioli, CPA

Vice President, Finance

Chief Financial Officer

Carl H. Francioli, a licensed Certified Public Accountant, joined Johns Hopkins Bayview's Department of Finance in 1995. After serving as senior director of finance from 1998 to 2007, he was named Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the Medical Center. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins Bayview, Francioli was a manager in the Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Practice of KPMG, LLP.

Education

Mount Saint Mary's University, BS (accounting)

Professional Memberships

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants

Healthcare Financial Management Assocation

Folder 7: Frankel, YelenaAdd to your cart.

Hometown -- Philadelphia, PA

Undergraduate -- Pennsylvania State University (BS – Science)

Medical School -- Jefferson Medical College (MD)

Internship -- Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Residency -- Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Dermatology

Fellowship -- Johns Hopkins Wound Center

Graduate School -- Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (Epidemiology and Occupational & Environmental Health)

Other Residencies -- Johns Hopkins Occupational & Environmental Health Residency

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, February 21, 2008Add to your cart.
Frankel wins 2nd place at National meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology
Folder 15: Frassica, Frank J.Add to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins University

Division School of Medicine

Department SOM Ortho Orthopaedics

Title PROFESSOR & CHAIRMAN

Affiliation Faculty

Item 1: Frank J. Frassica, M.D., January-February 2001Add to your cart.

Physician's Practice Digest

brief biography

Folder 19: Freedman, ChristineAdd to your cart.
Christine Freedman, a secretary in Community Relations since 1995
Item 1: In Memoriam: Christine Freedman, July 4, 2013Add to your cart.

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Christine Freedman on Thursday, July 4, 2013.

Folder 4: Fried, LindaAdd to your cart.

SOM DOM Bay Geriatric Medicine 

Title  DIV DIRECTOR 

Alumni, Johns Hopkins|Professor, Medicine Dept - General Internal Medicine (SOM)|Joint Appointment, Epidemiology (SPH)|Active Staff, Medicine, Dept of (JHH)

Item 1: hopkinsmedicine.org press release, November 18, 2005Add to your cart.
American Federation for Aging Research Awards Highest Honor to Director of Greriatrics Division at Johns Hopkins
Folder 11: Friedman, Jarrod, June 26, 2009Add to your cart.
Director of Pain Management for JHBMC Spine Program
Folder 5: Fuller, DrewAdd to your cart.

Director of patient safety within the Department of Emergency Medicine

The Johns Hopkins University 

Division  School of Medicine 

Department  SOM Em Med Bay Emer Med Practice Bayview 

Title  INSTRUCTOR

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, March 9, 2009Add to your cart.
Drew Fuller, completes seven years on Baltimore Medical System Board of Trustees
Folder 18: Furtado, MargaretAdd to your cart.
Clinical Dietitian Specialist III
Item 1: Wonder Foods of Wellness, March 16, 2011Add to your cart.
Free Educational Seminar
Series 2: Files of persons with last name beginning with GAdd to your cart.
Folder 25: Gadkari, MrinaliniAdd to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle, July 1, 2004

Administrative resident

Folder 8: Gaoy, JudyAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Memorial Service foe Judy Gaoy, 5/13/2010Add to your cart.
Over 24 years neonatal nurse practitioner at Johns Hopkins Bayview.  Info saved on L:
Folder 26: Garcia, Joe G.N.Add to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle, April 25, 2002

Deputy director for basic and transitional research

Folder 6: Gardner, GeorgeAdd to your cart.
Item 1: The Catholic Review, February 9, 1979Add to your cart.
Love or challenge marks hospital chaplain's life.
Folder 5: Gavin, DonnaAdd to your cart.
Administrator of neurosciences and oncology.
Item 1: Aegis, March 16, 2005Add to your cart.
Promoted to administrator of neurosciences and oncology
Folder 15: Gearhart, SusanAdd to your cart.

Training

    * Loyola University Chicago (1993)

Residencies

    * The Johns Hopkins Hospital - General Surgery (2000)

Fellowships

    * Cleveland Clinic - Colorectal Surgery (2002)

Certifications

    * Colon And Rectal Surgery, American Board of Colon & Rectal Surgery (2003)

    * Surgery, American Board of Surgery (2002)

Biography

Dr. Gearhart is dedicated to the surgical management of colorectal diseases, including inflammatory bowel disease and sporadic and hereditary colorectal cancer and pelvic organ dysfunction.

Research Interests

    * Radiographic and biologic predictors of response to neoadjuvant therapy for rectal cancer

    * New strategies for managing rectal cancer

    * Prophylaxis for recurrent Chron''s disease following surgery

    * Biomarkers for dysplasia and cancer in inflammatory bowel disease

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Folder 20: Gilman, EdAdd to your cart.

Employee of the month

Story

Folder 4: Gloth III, F. MichaelAdd to your cart.
F. Michael Gloth, III, MD FACP, AGSF is currently the Corporate Medical Director for Mid-Atlantic Health Care located in Finksburg, Maryland. Dr. Gloth also holds a position as an Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Geriatric Medicine & Gerontology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, January 5, 2009Add to your cart.
F.M. GlothII appointed Director of Outpatient Services for Dovision of Geriatric Medicine & Gerontology
Item 2: The Sun, December 29, 2008Add to your cart.
Names in the news, Dr, F. Michael Gloth III
Folder 12: Goel, Kushboo, July 27, 2010Add to your cart.

Administrative Resident

Health Service Administration;

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Folder 9: Golden, ArchieAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Golden Receives Distinguished Service Award from President of Peru, 4/23/2010Add to your cart.
President Perez presented this distinct honor for providing services to the people of Peru. /Info Saved on L:
Folder 2: Goldman, Stanford M.Add to your cart.
Radiologist - in - Chief BCH
Item 1: Stanford M. GoldmanAdd to your cart.
Curriculum Vitae
Folder 28: Goldsborough, KimberlyAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Kimberly Goldsborough, RN, Named Patient Care Manager for PACU and ASU, August 26, 2011Add to your cart.

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Kimberly Goldsborough, RN, has been appointed the patient care manager for the post-anesthesia unit (PACU) and ambulatory surgical unit (ASU).

Folder 16: Gonzalez, EduardoAdd to your cart.
Item 1: New Physician joins JHBMC, November 11, 2010Add to your cart.
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Folder 24: Goodison, KarenAdd to your cart.

Daily Record, July 16, 2004

director of performance improvement and clinical services at JHBMC

Folder 14: Goodman, LindaAdd to your cart.
Linda Goodman is a Clinical Nurse Specialist in the Nursing Education Department.
Item 1: Photographic portraitAdd to your cart.
A 4 x 5 B&W photographic portrait of Linda Goodman.
Item 2: Leadership Recognition and Award, November 2, 2011Add to your cart.

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Congratulation letter from Dr. Bennett

Folder 13: Goodwin, CleonAdd to your cart.
Dr. Goodwin was the Chief of the Burn Unit for a short period of time between Dr. Munster and Dr. Milner.
Item 1: Photographic portraitAdd to your cart.
Four 5 x 7 B&W photographic portraits of Dr. Cleon Goodwin.
Item 2: Goodwin, Cleon W., September 21, 2001Add to your cart.

Daily Record, September 28, 2002

Director of the Baltimore Regional Burn Center and chief of the Division of Surgical Critical Care Sciences

Folder 17: Gorman, LindaAdd to your cart.

Director of Harrison Medical Library

1999-

Item 1: Paper clips, April 15, 2000Add to your cart.
Hopkins Bayview Announces New Library Director, brief biography
Item 2: Employee of the month, June 18, 2009Add to your cart.
story
Item 3: Free course at library will focus on researching health information, May 1, 2003Add to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle

Linda Gorman will teach a free four - sessions course

Folder 7: Gottesman, RebeccaAdd to your cart.

Rebecca Gottesman, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Neurology

Education: M.D. - Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons; residency in neurology - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; clinical research fellowship in cerebrovascular diseases - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Ph.D. in clinical investigation - The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

Specialties/Interests: stroke, stroke after cardiac surgery, cognitive outcome after stroke, epidemiology of stroke, vascular dementia, stroke in young adults

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Folder 3: Gottlieb, SheldonAdd to your cart.

Associate Professor, Cardiology

Specialties/Interests

Clinical - diabetes and heart disease, heart failure

Research - diabetes and heart disease (BARI 2D trial), heart failure - salt restriction in heart failure

Board Certifications

Internal Medicine

Cardiology

Geriatric Medicine

Item 1: JHBMC intranet, June 27, 2002Add to your cart.
Gottlieb wins Bronze Excel Award from the Society of National Association Publications
Item 2: Sheldon H. GGottlieb, November 1999Add to your cart.

Baltimore Magazine,

Brief biography

Item 3: Light Hearted, December 13, 1996Add to your cart.

Jewish Times

Three fellow cardiologists named S. Gottlieb appear together again ( for the first time).

Folder 30: Graff, NirutisaiAdd to your cart.
Dr. Nirutisai Graff, Plastic Surger Division / 2005
Folder 21: Graham, GeorgeAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Dr. Graham, July 30, 1965Add to your cart.

New Assistant Chief of Pediatrics

brief biography

Folder 27: Grear, JamesAdd to your cart.

The Catolic Review, July 29, 1999

Hospital Chaplain

Folder 23: Green, Carol M.Add to your cart.
Administrator, Anesthesiology (JHBMC)
Item 1: New Department Administrator at Bayview, April 8, 2004Add to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle

Newspaper clips

Folder 19: Green, CherylAdd to your cart.
Nominated by patient - Employee of the month
Folder 31: Greenawalt, TomAdd to your cart.
Director of parking
Item 1: Director of Parking, November 26, 2013Add to your cart.
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Folder 18: Greene, Mary AnnAdd to your cart.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Med Ctr 

Department  Inservice Education 

Title  NURSING DIV. DIRECTOR

Item 1: Director of Nursing Education, October 10-25, 2002Add to your cart.
Newspaper clips, October 2002
Item 2: Farewell Celebration for Mary Ann Greene, July 30, 2012Add to your cart.

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MA Greene served at JHBMC for nearly 10 years as director of nursing education and practice

Folder 22: Greenough III, William B.Add to your cart.

Professor of Medicine

Associate Medical Director, Johns Hopkins Bayview Care Center

Clinical Chief, Ventilator Rehabilitation Unit (VRU)

Academic Appointment(s):

Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

Professor of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Division Title(s):

Associate Medical Director, Johns Hopkins Bayview Care Center

Clinical Director, Ventilator Rehabilitation Unit , Johns Hopkins Bayview Care Center

Research Interests:

Nosocomial Infections in Long Term Care

Diarrheal Diseases including: Oral rehydration therapy; C.difficile prevention and treatment; Wound care; Oral rehydration in burn injuries; Ethical issues in relation to ventilator and life supprot in long term care; Home care

Clinical Interests:

Infections, hydration and nutrition of older individuals with complex morbidities

Item 1: Curriculum Vitae, May 1985Add to your cart.
CV and Bibliography
Item 5: Curriculum Vitae, January 2012Add to your cart.

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Demographic and personal information

Item 2: Greenough has been named, December 2006Add to your cart.

Dome, Vol. 57, No. 10

W.B. Greenough III, M.D., has been named to the inagural class of Ambassadors in the Paul G. Rogers Society for Global Heath Research

Item 3: UNICEF Gold Medal Award, June 21, 2007Add to your cart.
Greenough received UNICEF Gold Medal Award and King Faisal Prize
Item 4: William Greenough Receives Stevens Award, March 15, 2013Add to your cart.

Dr. Greenough and his colleagues discovered and proved th evalue of rice-based oral rehydration therapy to treat dehydration fron cholera and diarrheal diseases.

About award

Folder 10: Griffin, Lucille, 10/21/2008Add to your cart.
An ordained baptist minister is assigned to labor&delivery, neonatal intensive care unit, Ob/Gyn, pediatrics. Second unit of CPE , will work on MedA and Med B.  Photo
Folder 29: Grubb, LisaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Grubb named Director of Infection Control, August 13, 2012Add to your cart.
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Item 2: Named Director of Quality Management, October 3, 2013Add to your cart.

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Grubb will be responsible for overseeing quality initiatives at the Medical Center, including a major focus on core measure compliance and hospital-acquired conditions.

Folder 11: Gunnett, AnnAdd to your cart.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST

Nursing Inservice Education

Item 1: "Retirement Tea" Party, 7/8/2010Add to your cart.

Flyer, photo;

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Item 2: Retirement Tea for Ann Gunnett, 7/8/2010Add to your cart.

All are welcome;

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Folder 1: Gutman, HenryAdd to your cart.
Inventory system control manager retiring on Dec 31, 2004
Item 1: JHBMC intranet, January 3, 2005Add to your cart.
Henry Gutman Retires; H.Gutman established an Outstanding Service Award to be presented annualy to a member of the material management division
Folder 32: Garland, DonaldAdd to your cart.
Dr. Donald Garland, Gynecology Obstetrics Department
Item 1: JH Women's Services Welcomes, September 5, 2013Add to your cart.

The Dundalk Eagle

Add in the newspaper

Drs. Garland and Douglas Bourque

Series 3: Files of persons with last name beginning with HAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Habibi, MehranAdd to your cart.

Specialties/Interests

Clinical - cancer surgery with special interest in breast, thyroid and minimally-invasive colorectal cancer surgeries

Research - breast, thyroid and gastrointestinal cancers

Biography

Mehran Habibi, M.D., assistant professor of surgery and oncology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, earned a medical degree at Azad University in Iran and completed a fellowship in surgical oncology at Virginia Commonwealth University Hospitals.

Habibi's work has been published in several medical journals, including American Journal of Oncology Review and The American Surgeon.

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, August 27, 2007Add to your cart.
Mehran Habibi, M.D., Joins Surgical Oncology Team
Item 2: Mehrah HabibiAdd to your cart.
Currilulum Vitae
Folder 10: Handa, VictoriaAdd to your cart.

Victoria Handa, M.D., FACOG

Associate Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Director, Advanced Training Program in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

Areas of Special Interest

Pelvic floor disorders

Pelvic organ prolapse (including uterine prolapse, cystocele, rectocele and related conditions)

Urinary and fecal incontinence

Lower urinary tract symptoms

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Victoria L. Handa, M.D., focuses on the evaluation and treatment of female pelvic floor disorders. She offers surgical and non-surgical treatments for pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence and related conditions. She is an active teacher and currently supervises an advanced training program which provides specialized training for gynecologists seeking further expertise in urogynecology and pelvic reconstructive surgery.

Dedicated to scientific research, Dr. Handa focuses on the causes of pelvic floor disorders and the identification of prevention strategies. She has contributed to numerous medical publications.

Dr. Handa participates in national organizations, including the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the American Urogynecologic Society and the Association of Professors of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Item 1: Prioritize Your Halth: treatment Options for Pelvic Organ Prolapse, March 21, 2013Add to your cart.

The Dundalk Eagle

Free educational seminar

Folder 13: Hanyok,  LauraAdd to your cart.

Laura Hanyok, M.D.,

practices all aspects of primary care medicine, including preventive care, pap smears and coordination of care with other specialists.

Originally from Calvert County in southern Maryland, Dr. Hanyok earned a medical degree at the University of Chicago. She completed a residency in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. During the program, she served as chief resident.

Item 1: Hayok receives medical degree from University of Chicago Pritzer School of Medicine, July 25, 2003Add to your cart.
Calvert Recorder
Folder 20: Harper, CynthiaAdd to your cart.
RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST, M.R.I. (JHBMC)
Folder 31: Harr, Susan FowbleAdd to your cart.

Towson Times, September 18, 2002

Director of performanceimprovementand clinical services at the JH Geriatrics Center at Bayview

Folder 24: Harris, CheAdd to your cart.

Instructor, Medicine

Ché Harris, M.D., earned a degree in biology from Saint Mary’s College of Maryland, followed by a master’s in biotechnology at The Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Harris completed medical training at Howard University College of Medicine and a residency at Howard University Hospital in Washington D.C.

Dr. Harris is a member of the American Medical Association and the American College of Physicians.

Item 1: Welcome New Hospitalists, June 29, 2009Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 22: Harrison, FrederickAdd to your cart.

Materials Distribution 

Affiliation  Staff

Folder 28: Harrison, Harold E., July 23 1908 - October 2, 1989Add to your cart.
Johns Hopkins Professor of Pediatrics
Item 1: Profiles in Pediatrics, March 1994Add to your cart.

The Journal of Pediatrics, Vol.124, No.3, 485-7

Publication, by L. Finberg

Biography

Item 2: Portrait, 1940Add to your cart.
Wh/Bl picture
Item 3: 10 years at BCH celebration, October 17, 1955Add to your cart.

Letters form colleagues

Dr. James Hooker, Dr. Paul Wehrle, Dr. Richard Skinner,

Dr. Summer Root Ziegra

Bob Easton, Gene Debuskey

Item 4: Dr. Harrison Wins Award, May 25, 1960Add to your cart.

The Sun,

Borden Award by the American Academy of Pediatrics

Borden Awards brochure for 1960

Item 5: Staff Hails Pediatrician, October 27, 1960Add to your cart.

The Sun,

Fifteen anniversary as chief of pediatricians at BCH

Congratulations from Dr. David Bluestein

Item 6: Dr. Harrison to Be Honored, November 12, 1970Add to your cart.
Dr. harrison received the Judith Hochreiter Memorial Award, presented by Baltimore City Department of Social Services.
Item 7: Telegrams, November 12, 1970Add to your cart.
25years at BCH congratulations
Item 8: Pediatric Diseases Related to Calcium, May 8-9, 1978Add to your cart.

Conference in the New Orleans, Louisiana,

In Honor of Harold and Helen Harrison

Item 9: Pediatrics Diseases Related to Calcium, 1980Add to your cart.

Book chapter, Foreword, by L. Finberg

About Harold and Helen Harrison

Item 10: Top U.S. Pediatrics Award to Harrisons of Hopkins, Spring 1983Add to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins children's Center

Howland Award has been given jointly to husband and wife

The harrisons: Four Decades in Life and Lab

DOME, Vol.33, No.6

Harrisons Honored for Pediatrics Work

Item 11: Curriculum Vitae, 1983?Add to your cart.
Item 12: Husband and Wife Research Team Continue to Unravel Vit.D SecretsAdd to your cart.
Publication
Item 13: Department of Pediatrics Presente Harold E. Harrison, M.D., November 26-30, 1960s(?)Add to your cart.

Week-long series of lectures and hospital rounds,

North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, NY

Item 14: Child Health Day Symposium, October 6, 1986Add to your cart.
Nutrition and Metabolic Disorders
Item 15: Hellen and Harold HarrisonAdd to your cart.

Publication

Honorary Co-Chairmen of the Sixth Parathyroid Conference

Item 16: Memorial Tribute, January 8, 1990Add to your cart.

harriet Lane, Chairman Letter

Remarks at the memorial Service on January 8, 1990

Obituaries

Item 17: Dedication of the Works of Harold E. Harrison, M.D., May 1, 2003Add to your cart.

Invitation, Program,

Five books of collected publications, pictures, drafts, Helen Harrison publications

saved in archival book case in the Harrison Library

Item 21: CD Dedication of the Work of H.Harrison, May 1, 2003Add to your cart.

CD # 0085, see inthe CDs Photo Collection Box

Bibliography and Slide show for dedication meeting

Item 18: Harrison Portrait, 1970Add to your cart.

Dr. Zieve letter about portrait

Professor Emeritus Honored by BCH- portrait unveiled during ceremoniesin the Medical Library renamed in his honor in 1970. 

Artist Anne Didusch Schuler

DOME, October 1970, publication about Portrait

About Ann Didusch Shuler( 1917-

Item 19: Water with Sugar and salt, August 5, 1978Add to your cart.

The Lancet, Aug. 5, 1978

Harrison Award

Item 20: Hopkins Promotes Five on Medical Faculty, June 21, 1965Add to your cart.

The Evening Sun, 6-21-1965

Harold E. Harrison was promoted to the rank of professor at the JHU SOM

Folder 27: Harrison, Helen C., 1911 - November 20, 2004Add to your cart.
Johns Hopkins Researcher and Associate Professor in Pediatrics
Item 1: Dr. Helen C. Harrison, 93, Hopkins Hospital scientist, November 27, 2004Add to your cart.

The Sun,

brief biography

Item 2: Helen C. Harrison, November 21, 2004Add to your cart.
The Baltimore Sun
Item 3: Helen C. Harrison, Ph.D., Longtime Pediatrics Faculty Member, Dies at Age 93, December 3, 2004Add to your cart.
Inside Hopkins Medicine
Folder 18: Hawley, ChristopherAdd to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Director of Orthopaedics and Women's Care

Item 1: Farewell Celebration, October 24, 2011Add to your cart.
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Folder 15: Hart, Paul, 4/14/2009Add to your cart.
Baptist minister and chaplain at union Memorial Hospital will work in the ICU and PCU
Folder 3: Hash, David O.Add to your cart.
JHU & JH Real Estate on the developmentof a new campus master plan.  6/25/2005
Item 1: Real Estate, August 1, 2003Add to your cart.
Names senior director of facilities and redevelopment for the JHBMC
Folder 23: Haslup, GloriaAdd to your cart.

Retired after 40 years of service to ARAMARK, 13 years at JHBMC

November 17, 2009

Folder 25: Havercheck, GeorgeAdd to your cart.
Executive Director 1977-1981
Item 1: New BCH executive director, March 18, 1977Add to your cart.

New BCH executive director is expected to begin working on May 9, 1977

Baltimore Sun

Folder 37: Haynes, StephanieAdd to your cart.
Stephahie Haynes, RN
Item 1: Memorial Service, January 17, 2014Add to your cart.
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Folder 29: Heller, AnnAdd to your cart.
Jennifer Heller, M.D., FACS, is the medical director and chief of the Johns Hopkins Vein Center. Assistant professor of vascular surgery at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Heller continues to conduct research to determine the best therapies for venous disease.
Item 1: CV, 2006Add to your cart.
Item 2: Hopkins announces appointments, October 3, 2002Add to your cart.
Dr. Jennifer ann Heller has been named attending vascular surgeon at Bayview
Folder 5: Hellmann, DavidAdd to your cart.

Vice dean for the Hopkins Bayview Campus

Chairman, Department of Medicine

Physician-in-Chief

Item 1: Dear Colleagues email, by Edward Miller, June 22, 2005Add to your cart.
Dr. Hellmann appointed as new Vice Dean for the Hopkins Bayview campus.
Item 2: Baltimore Messenger, Feb 24, 2005Add to your cart.
Recognized by the American College of Physicians as master of the College and received Theodore E. Woodward Award for Med Educ and Research
Item 3: Inside Hopkins Bayview, Nov 10, 2006Add to your cart.
Named Distinguished Teacher of Year by American College Physicians; Aliki Perroti Professorof medicine, chaiman of the medicine deptfor JH BMC.  About award.
Item 4: Daily Record, February 25, 2005Add to your cart.
Recognized by the American College of Physicians as master of the College and received Theodore E. Woodward Award for Med Educ and Research
Item 5: Dr. Hellmann Wins the C. Lockard Conley Award, 6/11/2010Add to your cart.
by Dr. Roy Zoegelstein; contribution to residents education, research, role model at 2010.  Dr. Conley was an inspirational role model to Dr. Hellmann in his student's and academic life. /Infor. saved on L:
Item 6: Photographic Portrait, June 28, 2005Add to your cart.
5 x 7 color photographic portrait of David Hellmann.
Item 7: Black-Bag has High-tech contents, May 16, 2004Add to your cart.

The first addition Dr. David B. Hellman has made to his 21st century black bag is a portable ultrasound, which is about the size of a small textbook

He envisions one day using a high-tech gadget that doesn't yet exist: a Palm Pilot-like device that can, among other things, take photographs, list drugs and their interactions, measure oxygen levels and test blood right at the bedside -- in the hospital or at home.

Item 8: David Hellmann Appointed Aliki Perroti Professor at JHBMC, April 27, 2006Add to your cart.

about Aliki Perroti;

Dr. Hellmann was co-founderof the Vasculitis Center at 1998;

Center for Innovative Medicine (CIM) at 2004;

Item 9: Distinguished Teacher of the Year, December 2006Add to your cart.

DOME, Vol.57, No.10

Distinguished Teacher of the Year by the American College of Physicians

Item 10: David Hellman, M.D., January/ February  2001Add to your cart.

Physician's Practice Digest

Dr. Hellman has joined JHBMC as its new chairman of the Department of Medicine

Item 11: ACP Honors David Hellmann, M.D., February 24, 2005Add to your cart.

Dr. Hellmann named a Master of the College, ACP's highest honor

ACP's Marylanmd chapter has named Dr. Hellmann as this year's recipient of its Theodore E. woodward Award for Medical Education and Research

Item 12: David Hellmann, M.D., Receives McCarthy Award, February 27, 2013Add to your cart.

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The board of Trustees presents award in recognition of William McCarthy our 2nd Board Trustees chair and founding trustees

Dr. Hellmann lives his motto that "medicine is a public trust, and a most worthy recipient of the 2013 McCarthy Award

Folder 16: Helton, Wilda F., March 3, 1938 - July 25, 2010Add to your cart.
Full time volunteer at Bayview from June 2007 to July 2010
Item 1: Prayers for Wilda, July 2010Add to your cart.

Rev. Dr. Barbara Whipple

program

Item 2: A New Heart Also Will I Give You, July 29, 2010Add to your cart.
A Memorial Service to Honor the Life Of Wilda Helton
Item 3: Authobiography, 2009Add to your cart.
"These are just the highlights of my life.."
Item 4: Memorial Service for Wilda Helton, August 5, 2010Add to your cart.
Item 5: All Things Work For Good, September 2, 1981Add to your cart.
Wilda's song / words and music
Item 6: Memorial Fund for Wilda Helton, September 2010Add to your cart.
Bibles for Patients, Memorial Fund for Wilda Helton;  Book Plates
Folder 21: Hendershot, BonnieAdd to your cart.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Med Ctr 

Department  Child Day Care 

  Title  CHILD CARE TEACHER

Folder 6: Hesdorffer, CharlesAdd to your cart.

Medical School, graduated in 1978:

University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg South Africa

Internship/Residency/Instructor (1979-1986):

Johannesburg Teaching Hospitals (under Professor T.H. Bothwell)

Hematology/Oncology Fellowship (1986 – 1989):

Columbia University in New York City

Faculty (1989-2005):

Professor of Clinical Medicine and Surgery at Columbia University in New York

Professional Organizations and Societies:

Medical Council of Great Britain

College of Physicians of South Africa

International Society for Cellular Therapy

American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation

American Society of Clinical Oncology

American Society of Hematology

American Medical Association

New York Cancer Society

American Society of Gene Therapy

American College of Physicians

European Society of Medical Oncology

European Society of Gene Therapy

The Society of the Study of Blood, Inc.

Society for Neuro-Oncology

American Association for the Advancement of Science

New York Academy of Sciences

HONORS AND AWARDS:

Jock Gear Memorial Prize - University of the Witwatersrand Medical School.

Gene Therapy Award - Columbia University.

Junior Faculty Teacher of the Year - Columbia University

Invited Guest Speaker, United Nations Environmental Protection Agency

National Leadership Award, Honorary Co-Chairman, Physicians Advisory Board in New York State

New York Magazine – Best Doctors in New York

Best Doctors in the NY Metropolitan Region, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.

Best Doctors in America, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.

Best Cancer Doctors in America, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd

Clinical and Research Interests:

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL)

Low grade lymphoma

Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma

Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma

Marrow Failure especially myelodysplasia

Benign Plasma Cell Syndromes – primary light chain amyloid, POEMS

Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (TTP)

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, September 30, 2008Add to your cart.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Welcomes Chares Hesdorffer as Chief of Division of Hematology
Folder 35: Hinds, GinetteAdd to your cart.

Ginette Hinds, M.D., director of the Department of Dermatology at Johns Hopkins Bayview and assistant professor of dermatology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, earned a medical degree at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York. She completed an internship in internal medicine at the University of Pennsylvania’s Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia, followed by dermatology training at Yale University, where she also served as a chief resident.</span>

A board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Hinds focuses on skin, hair and nail conditions of people with darker skin tones, such as people of african-american, asian, hispanic, middle eastern and native american descent. As director of the Ethnic Skin Program, she is committed to outstanding clinical care and research in the field of ethnic skin and to community outreach and enrichment. The Ethnic Skin Program focuses on diseases that disproportionately affect people with ethnic skin such as razor bumps, keloids, hair thinning, sarcoidosis, lupus and mycosis fungoides. Dr. Hinds also has clinical interests in general medical dermatology, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma and infectious diseases.

Dr. Hinds is a diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology, a founding member of the Young Physicians Taskforce of the Women’s Dermatologic society, and an active member of the American Academy of Dermatology, Dermatology Foundation, National Medical Association, Skin of Color Society and the Women’s Dermatologic Society. She also has authored articles and book chapters on general dermatology and in the field of ethnic skin.

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These physicians made the extraordinary step of going to anelderly man’s home to perform surgery on a skin cancer tumor

Folder 19: Hirsch, Glenn A,Add to your cart.

Assistant Professor, Cardiology

Medical Director, Cardiac Rehabilitation

Curriculum Vitae (CV), Publications (PubMed)

Specialties/Interests

Clinical - cardiovascular MRI, acute coronary care, echocardiography

Research - cardiovascular MRI, ischemic heart disease, cardiovascular epidemiology

Board Certifications

Internal Medicine

Cardiovascular Medicine

Folder 1: Hiteshew, MaryannAdd to your cart.
supervisor for the dept of respiratory therapy
Item 1: Maryann Hiteshew and Ceal Curry receive award, 10/21/2003Add to your cart.
Award of the American Lung Association of MD's 2003 President's Award
Folder 33: Hollifield, TerryAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Patient Care Coordinator for Staffing Office, August 26, 2011Add to your cart.

Inform saved on L:

Career highlithts

Folder 2: Hooker, KellyAdd to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Operation Manager in Imaging, November 2011

Folder 32: Hopkins, MarkAdd to your cart.

Baltimore Business Journal, August 21, 1998

Senior director of information services and physicians operations

Folder 34: Horan, LillianAdd to your cart.
Executive Assistant, Department Anesthesiology
Item 1: Farewell Reception, September 15, 2011Add to your cart.

Infor saved on E:

Ms. Horan retires after 12 years of service

Folder 30: Horowitz, GailAdd to your cart.

Jewish Times, August 13, 1999

Social worker at Bayview Regional Burn Center

Folder 12: Horton-Gee, Bernice B.Add to your cart.

Bernice B. Horton-Gee, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

General obstetrics

General gynecology

Abnormal pap smears and HPV infections

Conception management

Biography

Bernice B. Horton-Gee, CRNP, is committed to providing individualized care for each patient within general obstetrics and gynecology. Her clinical and research interests focus on abnormal pap smears and HPV infections.

Horton-Gee earned a degree in psychology at Loyola College in Baltimore, as well as undergraduate and master's degrees in nursing at the University of Maryland. She is certified by the National Certification Corporation for the Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing Specialities, and Planned Parenhood Federation of America, Inc.

Folder 7: Houseknecht, WendyAdd to your cart.
RN, BSN; Picture; obstetrics, 15 years experience
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, July 30, 2007Add to your cart.
Wendy Houseknecht receives 2007 Nursing Excellence Award for Mentoring
Item 2: Named Ambulatory Services Manager, April 29, 2012Add to your cart.

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25 years of experience in maternal/.child health nursing

Wendy promoted to ambulatory services manager for OB/Gyn practice, Children's medical practice and Care-A-Van.

Folder 17: Howard, CindyAdd to your cart.
Cindy Howard is an employee in the Oncology Department.
Item 1: Photographic PortraitAdd to your cart.
8 x 10  color photographic portrait of Cindy Howard.
Folder 14: Howe, EricaAdd to your cart.

Erica Howe, M.D., earned a medical degree at the University of Utah and completed a residency in internal medicine at Tulane University in New Orleans. During her residency, she conducted a study to investigate the diseases and medications that were seen and used most often in New Orleans clinics following Hurricane Katrina. Her findings helped relief organizations better tailor the donations sent to clinics following disasters. Dr. Howe also has presented original research, workshops and clinical vignettes at conferences for the Society of General Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians.

Dr. Howe received awards for Intern of the Year and Resident of the Year during her residency training at Tulane. At the completion of her residency,  she served as chief resident there prior to joining the CIMS team in 2008.

Item 1: Career Highlights, August 7, 2008Add to your cart.
photo.
Folder 9: Howell, EricAdd to your cart.

Eric Howell, M.D., earned degrees in science and medicine at the University of Maryland. He completed a residency in internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, serving for one year as chief resident.

Dr. Howell joined CIMS in 2000 and, just after that, became chief of the Zieve Medical Units at Johns Hopkins Bayview. Since then, while maintaining his role as chief of the Zieve Medical Units, he has led CIMS to grow exponentially in staff and academic caliber.

Through his service on numerous committees at Johns Hopkins Bayview, as well as other Johns Hopkins institutions, and his dedication to teaching twice-weekly lectures to medical students and the Professorship in the Colleges Advisory Program, he continues to demonstrate his committment to excellence. In 2006, Dr. Howell was awarded the prestigious Professors Award for Teaching Excellence for his many contributions to education at Hopkins. In 2009, he was elected to the board of directors of the Society of Hospital Medicine and also received their Award for Excellence in Teaching.

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The Outstanding Hospitalist

Achievement Award from the Maryland Chapter of the American College of Physicians.

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received a degree in psychology from the University of Florida and a J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. He is currently a student at The Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health and pursuing an MHS in health finance and management. Huang has previous experience with the City of Cleveland Law Department Civil and Criminal Divisions.
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Johns Hopkins Bayview Welcomes Administrative Residents
Folder 26: Hubbard, Frederic G.Add to your cart.
Executive Director 1959-1976
Item 1: Hospitals' Director Selected, March 12, 1959Add to your cart.

Baltimore News-Post,

Hubbard, 38, will succeed Parker J. Mcmillin

Will starts on May 1, 1959

Item 2: City Hospitals' director resigns, July 1, 1976Add to your cart.

The Sun,

Effective day September 30, 1976

Mr. Hubbard 's resignation comes on the heels of hospital audits showing mass computer billing delays & faulty records.

Folder 36: Huber, KerriAdd to your cart.
Kerri Huber,  Infection Control Coordinator
Item 1: Named as New Interim Manager, October 3, 2013Add to your cart.
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Nancy A. Hueppchen, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

Fetal ultrasound abnormalities

Genetic conditions

Abnormal maternal serum screening

Prenatal diagnosis

Resident and medical student education

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Nancy A. Hueppchen, M.D., assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, specializes in fetal ultrasound abnormalities, genetic conditions and prenatal diagnosis. She is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and maternal-fetal medicine.

Dr. Hueppchen earned a medical degree at the Mercer University School of Medicine. She completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at The Naval Medical Center in San Diego, CA, followed by a fellowship at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She also completed a tour of duty in the United States Navy as assistant professor at the Uniformed Services School of Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD.

Series 4: Files of persons with last name beginning with IAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Ingram, BrookeAdd to your cart.

The Sun, September 7, 2004

Director of redevelopment and constructionservices

Folder 2: Ishizaka, KimishigeAdd to your cart.
Medicine-Allergy and Clinical immunology Professor
Item 1: JHU Given $150,906 for Allergy Project, November 29, 1974Add to your cart.

Evening Sun, 11-29-74

Drs Kimishige Ishizaka and Tekuro Ishizaka, short biography;

Research project - Treatment and Prevention of Allergic Diseases

Folder 3: Iliff, Nicholas T.Add to your cart.

Bendann/Iliff Professorship of Ophthalmology Oculoplastics Division The Wilmer Eye Institute The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Dr. Iliff has been a member of the Wilmer Faculty since 1977. 1979, he has been Oculoplastic Surgery Consultant for the Johns Hopkins Eye Trauma Center. He was educated at Williams College, The Johns Hopkins University, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, and the Wilmer Eye Institute. Dr. Iliff won the American Academy of Ophthalmology Honor Award in 1985  Dr. Iliff sees patients at the Wilmer Eye Institute's Bayview Medical Center location.

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Dr. Iliff joined a team of over 150 physicians, nurses and professional staff

The surgery took place on March 19-20, 2012 at the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at University of Maryland Medical Center, for about 36 hours

Series 5: Files of persons with last name beginning with JAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Jallorina, IanAdd to your cart.
Advanced Clinical RN, Renal and oncology unit, photo, 5/6/2009,
Item 1: The Dome, May 2009Add to your cart.
Nurse Talk
Folder 16: Jamshidi, RoxanneAdd to your cart.

Roxanne Jamshidi, M.D., MPH

Instructor, Obstetrics/Obstetrics

Areas of Special Interest

General obstetrics

General gynecology

Vaginal infections

Contraception/family planning

Abnormal uterine bleeding

Abnormal pap smears and HPV infections

Perimenopause/menopause

Board Certification

American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Roxanne Jamshidi, M.D., is dedicated to providing thorough and personal care for her patients. She provides guidance and encourages active patient participation in treatment decisions. She has received advanced training in family planning and maintains a general OB/GYN practice.

In addition to her busy clinical practice, Dr. Jamshidi is committed to furthering the knowledge and understanding of family planning through education and research. She oversees and supports clinical research related to family planning and contraception. She also serves as a mentor for nurse practitioner students, obstetrics and gynecology residents, and junior faculty training in general obstetrics and gynecology, and family planning.

Dr. Jamshidi earned a medical degree at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. She completed a residency at Women and Infants Hospital (Brown University) and a fellowship in family planning at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

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Suzanne Jan de Beur, M.D., Director

Associate Professor of Endocrinology

Suzanne Jan de Beur, M.D., director of endocrinology at Johns Hopkins Bayview and associate professor of endocrinology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Board-certified in internal medicine and endocrinology/ metabolism, Dr. Jan de Beur focuses on metabolic bone diseases, such as osteoporosis and calcium disorders. She also is actively engaged in research.

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Bayview Online news item about Suzanne Jan de Beur being appointed as chief of Division of Endocrinology
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Chief of endocrinology and assistant professor of medicine at JHU SOM
Folder 13: Jasinski, DonaldAdd to your cart.
Chief, Center for Chemical Dependency (JHBMC)MD, Professor
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, September 11, 2006Add to your cart.
Selected to the UN Narcotics Control Board advisory panelof experts.
Folder 12: Jeffries, MarjorieAdd to your cart.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Med Ctr 

Department  Volunteers, 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

Item 1: City of Baltimore Mayor's CitationAdd to your cart.
Mayor's Citation, Martin O'Malley; Certificate and Award of merit for public service, 5/24/2002,
Folder 18: Jendrek, JeannieAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Welcome Jeannie Jendrek, Nurse recruiter, September 20, 2011Add to your cart.

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Welcome and short biography

Folder 20: Jenkins, FreddieAdd to your cart.
Freddie Jenkins is a Clinical Nurse Specialist in the General Clinical Research Clinic.
Item 1: Photographic portraitAdd to your cart.
An 8.5 x 11 color photographic portait of Freddie Jenkins.
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Freddie Jenkins, RN, MSN, BC, CDNC, has been

named patient care manager for the Center for

Addiction & Pregnancy, effective June 19.

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Assistant Director of Pharmacy

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He previously served as director of materials for the Johns Hopkins Health System (JHHS), a position in which he established inventory controls and parameters. In addition, Johnson served as the assistant director of inventory for JHHS, where he was responsible for developing Health System inventory guidelines, policies and procedures, and coordinating and managing physical inventories of 15 plants.

Johnson earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting and information systems from the University of Maryland. He received his master’s degree in business administration from the University of Maryland, University College.

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Jimmy Johnson Named Director, Supply Services
Folder 24: Johnson, William E.Add to your cart.
Minister at Bayview
Folder 9: Johnston, CeciliaAdd to your cart.

received her undergraduate degree from the California Institute of Technology and her medical degree from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She earned a master's degree in health sciences from The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Dr. Johnston completed her residency in general internal medicine and fellowship in infectious diseases at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She is board-certified in internal medicine and infectious diseases. Dr. Johnston is a member of the Infectious Disease Society of America and is active on the Hospital Epidemiology and Infection Control Committee at Johns Hopkins Bayview.

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Johns Hopkins Bayview Welcomes New Hospitalists
Folder 19: Jones, BarbaraAdd to your cart.
Barbara Jones is an employee who works in the Medical Records Department.
Item 1: Portrait, April 12, 2005Add to your cart.
5 x 7 color print of a portrait of Barbara Jones, who works in Medical Records on this date.
Folder 14: Jones, CalvinAdd to your cart.

MD, Surgery 

Associate Professor

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, July 3, 2002Add to your cart.
A Tribute to Dr. Cal Jones on his Retirement Bayview's Own Iron man. Operation room, retired 7/3/2002, poem by Jeannette Falbo, Terri Webster
Folder 22: Jones, ChrisAdd to your cart.
Maintenance
Folder 15: Jones, EdleaAdd to your cart.

Obituary, 10/6/1989

1977-1980 Medical Librarian at Baltimore City Hospitals

Item 1: The Sun, October 6, 1989Add to your cart.
Edlea Jones, librarian, missionary, dies
Folder 21: Jones, JaneneAdd to your cart.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Med Ctr 

Department  Chronic Chesapeake 

 

Title  GERI.NURSING ASST

Box 3: Biographical Files K-OAdd to your cart.
Series 1: Files of persons with last name beginning with KAdd to your cart.
Folder 23: Kaltreider, D. Frank, Novenber 17, 1912 - 1987Add to your cart.
Item 1: Curriculun VitaeAdd to your cart.
CV and Bibliography
Item 2: GYN/OB Program Schediled, 1956Add to your cart.
Item 3: D.Frank Kaltreider '37-President, 1968Add to your cart.
UMAB Bulletin
Item 4: Doctor Heads PPA Board, July 10, 1970Add to your cart.
Evening Sun publication
Item 5: Dr. D.Frank Kaltreider dies at 75, 1987Add to your cart.
Obituaries
Item 6: Agreement on 3 Medical Piost Listeed, March 12, 1962Add to your cart.

Morning Sun, 3-12-1962

The appointment is Dr. D. frank Kaltreider as, chief of OB/Gyn

Folder 29: Kallostian, PaulAdd to your cart.
Dr. Paul Kallostian, Neurosurgery,
Item 1: Oh, My Aching Back, March 7, 2013Add to your cart.

The Dundalk Eagle

Free educational Seminar

Folder 5: Kaplan, Peter W.Add to your cart.

Title

• Professor of Neurology

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• Clinical Neurophysiology

• Neurology

Department/Division

• Neurology - Epilepsy

Training:

• St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College(1977)

Residency:

• Neurology, Duke University Medical Center(1985)

Fellowship:

• Electroencephalography And Evoked potentials, Duke University Medical Center(1986)

Certifications:

• Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry And Neurology(1988)

• Clinical Neurophysiology, American Board of Psychiatry And Neurology(1994)

Languages:

• English

• French

• German

• Italian

Center/Institute:

• Epilepsy Center

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George Kargul, M.D., MS, earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics at the University of Michigan. After earning a master of science in general biology at Wayne State University, he was awarded a pre-IRTA fellowship to work at the Laboratory of Genetics at the NIA/NIH. While at the NIH, his work included informatics research in genomic sequence analysis, mouse developmental genomics and the development of the largest mammalian cDNA microarray at that time.

Following his fellowship at NIA/NIH, Dr. Kargul earned a medical degree from Wayne State University and completed a residency in internal medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals. During his residency, he also served as a research proposal reviewer for The Implementation Group, a Washington DC based consulting firm which helps researchers and organizations acquire federal funding.

Dr. Kargul joined the CIMS faculty following his residency. His current academic interests include genomics, informatics and hospital medicine. He is a member of the American Medical Association, the Pennsylvania Medical Society, the American Psychiatric Association, the Wayne State University Alumni Association and the Society of Physics Students. He also was awarded a lifelong membership in the mathematics honor society, Pi Mu Epsilon.

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Career highlights, photo
Folder 26: Kashima, MatthewAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Matthew Kashima, M.D., to Serve as Medical Director for Ambulatory Services, August 13, 2012Add to your cart.

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Vice chair of Medical Board and  Medical Director for Ambulatory Services

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Chief of Urology at the JH BMC
Item 1: Louis Raphael Kavoussi, 5/23/2002Add to your cart.

Dr. Kavoussi has 13 awards, including Patients' Choice Award

minimally invasive approaches to urology at the JH BMcnew techniques as the laparoscopic nephrectomy for cancerand for live renal transplant

Item 2: Robot give doctors edge for long-distance surgery, November 5, 2000Add to your cart.

Sunday Free Lance - Star

Abdominal surgery operates by computer, a patient 700 miles away

Thomas Jarrett

Folder 24: Kennedy, JenniferAdd to your cart.
Pediatric Physician Assistant
Item 1: Pediatric Physician Assistant Helps End Over-the Counter Sale of Prescription Cold Medicine, May 4, 2012Add to your cart.
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David E. Kern, M.D., MPH,

is director of the division of general internal medicine. His practice emphasizes comprehensive primary care and coordination of care with other specialists.

Dr. Kern earned a medical degree from Harvard Medical School in 1971, and an master's degree in public health at The Johns Hopkins University in 1978. He interned at Rush Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago, and served in the United States Public Health Service in Arizona. Dr. Kern completed a residency in internal medicine, and a chief residency, at Baltimore City Hospitals (now Johns Hopkins Bayview) in 1979

David E. Kern, M.D., MPH, FACP, professor at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and director of the Division of General Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview, has devoted his career to promoting the humanistic domain of medical practice, inproving patient education and behavioral counseling, and advancing medical education and faculty development.

He is an editor of the leading text, Principle of Ambulatory Medicine, and first author of the standard reference, Curriculum Development for Medical Education: A Six-Step Approach. He also has authored numerous articles and chapters in his areas of interest.

Dr. Kern received the Clinician-Educator of the Year Award from the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Society of General Internal Medicine in 2002 and the Career Achievements in Medical Education Award from the Society of General Internal Medicine in 2003.

Item 1: Dr. Kern wins Taeching, 3/21/2002Add to your cart.

Awarded the Mid-atlantic Society for General Intern Medicine as clinician-teacher

Inthe past, Dr. Kern has rec'd national Recognition for his innovative work with faculty developmentprogram

Item 2: Dr. Kern wins Medical Education Award, 3/18/2003Add to your cart.
2003 Society of General Internal Medicine Award for Career Achivementsin Medical Education presented at the 26 annual meeting 5/1-5/2003, in Vancouver, BC
Folder 7: Khanna, KanikaAdd to your cart.
Department of Imaging Administrator
Item 1: Kanika Khanna named Administrator for the Department of Imaging, 12/1/2008Add to your cart.
Career highlightes
Item 2: New Administrator of Medical Oncology and Radiation Oncology, May 31, 2011Add to your cart.
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Folder 8: Khouri, ZeinaAdd to your cart.

Surgical Services 

Title:  NURSING DIV. DIRECTOR

Item 1: Maria Koszalka congratulation letterAdd to your cart.
Congratulation Ziena Khouri in her promotion to Director of Nursing for inpatient surgery services;  Career highlightes
Item 2: Led the implementation of Smart Pump technology, 5/12/2010Add to your cart.

Bayview switched to new generation of infusion pumps in February.  Ziena leader in the Smart Pump Project.  Zeina Khouri-Stevens, R.N., M.S.N., Ph.D.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Led the implementation of Smart Pump technology.

A year before Hopkins Bayview switched to a new generation of infusion pumps in February, Zeina Khouri-Stevens, director of nursing for surgical services and neurosciences, was already orchestrating the switch.

With the ability to deliver IV fluids and meds safely and accurately, the Smart Pumps themselves were an easy sell. But replacing 477 pumps and 1,300 lines on seven hospital units called for Khouri’s blend of leadership skills and clinical knowledge.

Over the past five years, the Lebanese native has juggled administrative duties and a host of projects while managing a staff of 200. Her research on the relationship between critical thinking and clinical decision making is at the heart of projects like the Smart Pump.

To prepare for the changeover, Khouri built consensus and cooperation in biweekly meetings with staff from Nursing, Pharmacy, Clinical Engineering, IT and other departments.

“Everyone loves the new pumps,” says Khouri, who drew from 17 years in critical care and trauma to make the Joint Commission-mandated pump swap as comfortable as possible for patients. “They’re easy to use and make you think before you act.”

As the project neared its go-live date, Khouri made sure that the 900 nurses she helped train had not only mastered the pumps but had anticipated patients’ response to them. “They need to know that this new technology helps nurses do their jobs better and keeps keep patients safe.Zeina Khouri-Stevens, R.N., M.S.N., Ph.D.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Led the implementation of Smart Pump technology.

A year before Hopkins Bayview switched to a new generation of infusion pumps in February, Zeina Khouri-Stevens, director of nursing for surgical services and neurosciences, was already orchestrating the switch.

With the ability to deliver IV fluids and meds safely and accurately, the Smart Pumps themselves were an easy sell. But replacing 477 pumps and 1,300 lines on seven hospital units called for Khouri’s blend of leadership skills and clinical knowledge.

Over the past five years, the Lebanese native has juggled administrative duties and a host of projects while managing a staff of 200. Her research on the relationship between critical thinking and clinical decision making is at the heart of projects like the Smart Pump.

To prepare for the changeover, Khouri built consensus and cooperation in biweekly meetings with staff from Nursing, Pharmacy, Clinical Engineering, IT and other departments.

“Everyone loves the new pumps,” says Khouri, who drew from 17 years in critical care and trauma to make the Joint Commission-mandated pump swap as comfortable as possible for patients. “They’re easy to use and make you think before you act.”

As the project neared its go-live date, Khouri made sure that the 900 nurses she helped train had not only mastered the pumps but had anticipated patients’ response to them. “They need to know that this new technology helps nurses do their jobs better and keeps keep patients safe.”               

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Two flyers - Zeina Khouri-Stevens will be relocating to Saudi Arabia.  she accepted a position with JHI as CNO of ARAMCO

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Named the nominees for chief executive officer and chief nursing officer for new joint venture between JHMI and SaudiAramco, a world leader in energy

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Ritu Khurana did her residency here at JHBMC, followed by a fellowship in Renal Medicine.
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An 8.5 x 11 color proof sheet with 6 poses of Ritu Khurana.
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Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology, Head &Neck Surgery

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

Director of the Core of the Sinusitis Program Project

EDUCATION - Medical School

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

MD: University of Pittsburgh

PhD: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Pittsburgh

EDUCATION - Residency

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

EDUCATION - Residency

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

BOARD CERTIFICATION

American Board of Otolaryngology

CLINICAL INTERESTS

Chronic Rhinosinusitis

Nasal polyps

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Molecular mechanisms of host defense in chronic rhinosinusitis

Epithelial cell dysfunction of the upper airways

Gene regulation of cytokine expression

Pathogenesis of anosmia

PRINCIPAL HOSPITAL

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

NEWS

PODCAST   Chronic infection of the sinuses is very common, with some estimates as high as one in six people. Perhaps up to a third of those folks will also experience an overgrowth of the tissue lining the sinuses to create polyps, which can make it very difficult to breath. Now research led by Dr. Kim may explain why polyps form.

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Wound care program manager; involved with the Clinical Products Value & Analysis committee
Item 1: A Product of wound-care research, 5/21/2009Add to your cart.
by Alan Joch.  Questions and answers about wound patients and care; education of nurses
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faculty - internal medicine, photo

Dmitry Kiyatkin, M.D., earned a medical degree at Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed a residency in internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Prior to coming to the Medical Center, Dr. Kiyatkin served as an emergency department extern at St. Francis Hospital in Indiana. He also completed a summer research fellowship with the National Institute for Drug Abuse.

Dr. Kiyatkin is a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine.

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Johns Hopkins Bayview Welcomes New Hospitalists
Folder 16: Knight, AmyAdd to your cart.

DOM Bayview Hospitalists 

Assistant Professor 

Chair of IS Medical Advisory Board

  

  Eric Howell, M.D.

Associate Professor, Medicine

Division Director, CIMS

Eric Howell, M.D., earned degrees in science and medicine at the University of Maryland. He completed a residency in internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, serving for one year as chief resident.

Dr. Howell joined CIMS in 2000 and, just after that, became chief of the Zieve Medical Units at Johns Hopkins Bayview. Since then, while maintaining his role as chief of the Zieve Medical Units, he has led CIMS to grow exponentially in staff and academic caliber.

Through his service on numerous committees at Johns Hopkins Bayview, as well as other Johns Hopkins institutions, and his dedication to teaching twice-weekly lectures to medical students and the Professorship in the Colleges Advisory Program, he continues to demonstrate his committment to excellence. In 2006, Dr. Howell was awarded the prestigious Professors Award for Teaching Excellence for his many contributions to education at Hopkins. In 2009, he was elected to the board of directors of the Society of Hospital Medicine and also received their Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Selected Publications

  

  Flora Kisuule, M.D., MPH

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Associate Division Director, CIMS

Flora Kisuule, M.D., MHS, earned a medical degree at the University of Minnesota and a master's in public health at The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. She completed a residency in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Joining CIMS in 2004, with interests in combining the fields of public health and hospital medicine, she has defined public health roles for the hospitalist and engaged in creating hospital-based public health interventions.

Currently, Dr. Kisuule is creating a Tobacco Management Service that will serve to promote tobacco cessation in hospitalized patients. Her work is supported by a Legacy Foundation grant. She also has developed a hospitalist fellowship program for The Johns Hopkins University.

Dr. Kisuule is a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine, the American College of Physicians and the American Medical Association.

Selected Publications

  

  Melinda Kantsiper, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Assistant Divistion Director, CIMS

Melinda Kantsiper, M.D., earned a medical degree at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - New Jersey Medical School. She completed an internship and residency in internal medicine at Boston University Medical Center.

A member of the Johns Hopkins Bayview Cancer Committee, Dr. Kantsiper serves as coordinator of the weekly Tumor Conference. Her research focues on improving communication between breast cancer survivors and their oncologists, surgeons and primary care providers. She also is assistant director of the Division of Hospital Medicine and serves as director of recruitment.

Dr. Kantsiper is a member of the the American College of Physicians, the Society of General Internal Medicine and the Society for Hospital Medicine.

Selected Publications

  

  Marwan Abou-Gergi, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Marwan Abou-Gergi, M.D. earned a medical degree at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon. He completed a fellowship in hepatology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and a residency in internal medicine at Good Samaritan Hospital in Baltimore.

Dr. Abou-Gergi is a member of the American Medical Association and American College of Physicians.

Selected Publications

  

  Jennifer Bracey, M.D.

Instructor of Medicine

Jennifer Bracey, M.D., earned a medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. She completed a residency at Emory University. She's recevied several honors, including induction into Alpha Omega Alpha and an award for providing the most outstanding ambulatory care in her residency class at Emory.

Dr. Bracey is very interested and active in health policy, advocating for general internal medicine. In 2009, she attended Hill Day in Washington, DC, on behalf of the Society of General Internal Medicine.

  

  Romsai Tony Boonyasai, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Romsai Tony Boonyasai, M.D., MPH, earned a bachelor's degree from Columbia University and a medical degree from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He completed a combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency at the Baylor College of Medicine Affilitated Hospitals, and a post-doctoral fellowship in general internal medicine at The Johns Hopkins University, where he also earned a master's degree in public health.

Dr. Boonyasai is a member of the American College of Physicians, the Society of Hospital Medicine, and the Society of General Internal Medicine, where he works with the Academic Hospitalist Taskforce. His research focuses on improving patient safety and hospital-related healthcare quality.

Selected Publications

  

  Mayy Chahla, M.D.

Instructor, Medicine

Mayy Chahla, M.D., earned bachelor’s degrees in chemistry and biological sciences at the University of California, Irvine. She completed medical school at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, as well as a residency in internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Dr. Chahla joined CIMS in 2008. She is a member of the ACP and Phi Beta Kappa Society.

Selected Publications

  

  Shalini Chandra, M.D.

Instructor, Medicine

Shalini Chandra, M.D., MS, a member of the American Medical Association and American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, earned a medical and master's degrees from Wayne State Univeristy. While there, she also completed residencies in internal medicine and pediatrics.

  

  Sabrina Chaklos, M.D.

Instructor, Medicine

Sabrina Chaklos, M.D., earned a degree in biochemistry at Simmons College in Boston, MA. She received medical training at Tufts University School of Medicine, also in Boston, and completed a residency in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

  

  Dean Dalili, M.D.

Instructor, Medicine

  

  Shaker Eid, M.D.

Instructor, Medicine

Shaker Eid, M.D., earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry and medical degree from the American University of Beirut (AUB) in Lebanon. He also completed a post-doctoral research fellowship in pulmonary and critical care medicine at AUB and a residency in internal medicine at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore.

Dr. Eid is a member of the American College of Physicians and the American Heart Association.

Selected Publications

  

  Ché Harris, M.D.

Instructor, Medicine

Ché Harris, M.D., earned a degree in biology from Saint Mary’s College of Maryland, followed by a master’s in biotechnology at The Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Harris completed medical training at Howard University College of Medicine and a residency at Howard University Hospital in Washington D.C.

Dr. Harris is a member of the American Medical Association and the American College of Physicians.

  

  Erica Howe, M.D.

Instructor, Medicine

Erica Howe, M.D., earned a medical degree at the University of Utah and completed a residency in internal medicine at Tulane University in New Orleans. During her residency, she conducted a study to investigate the diseases and medications that were seen and used most often in New Orleans clinics following Hurrican Katrina. Her findings helped relief organizations better tailor the donations sent to clinics following disasters. Dr. Howe also has presented original research, workshops and clinical vignettes at conferences for the Society of General Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians.

Dr. Howe received awards for Intern of the Year and Resident of the Year during her residency training at Tulane. At the completion of her residency, she served as chief resident there prior to joining the CIMS team in 2008.

  

  Kristine Johnson, M.D.

Instructor of Medicine

  

  George Kargul, M.D., MS

Instructor, Medicine

George Kargul, M.D., MS, earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics at the University of Michigan. After earning a master of science in general biology at Wayne State University, he was awarded a pre-IRTA fellowship to work at the Laboratory of Genetics at the NIA/NIH. While at the NIH, his work included informatics research in genomic sequence analysis, mouse developmental genomics and the development of the largest mammalian cDNA microarray at that time.

Following his fellowship at NIA/NIH, Dr. Kargul earned a medical degree from Wayne State University and completed a residency in internal medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals. During his residency, he also served as a research proposal reviewer for The Implementation Group, a Washington DC based consulting firm which helps researchers and organizations acquire federal funding.

Dr. Kargul joined the CIMS faculty following his residency. His current academic interests include genomics, informatics and hospital medicine. He is a member of the American Medical Association, the Pennsylvania Medical Society, the American Psychiatric Association, the Wayne State University Alumni Association and the Society of Physics Students. He also was awarded a lifelong membership in the mathematics honor society, Pi Mu Epsilon.

Selected Publications

  

  Dmitry Kiyatkin, M.D.

Instructor, Medicine

Dmitry Kiyatkin, M.D., earned a medical degree at Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed a residency in internal medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Prior to coming to the Medical Center, Dr. Kiyatkin served as an emergency department extern at St. Francis Hospital in Indiana. He also completed a summer research fellowship with the National Institute for Drug Abuse.

Dr. Kiyatkin is a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine.

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Leise Knoepp, M.D.

Clinical Instructor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

General gynecology

Pelvic floor disorders

Pelvic organ prolapse (including uterine prolapse, cystocele, rectocele and related conditions)

Urinary and fecal incontinence

Lower urinary tract symptoms and voiding dysfunction

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Leise Knoepp, M.D., is dedicated to providing excellent care in the field of obstetrics and gynecology. Although she treats general gynecologic conditions, she takes special interest in evaluating and treating female pelvic floor disorders. Dr. Knoepp offers surgical and non-surgical treatments for pelvic organ prolapse, urinary and fecal incontinence, and related conditions.

After earning an undergraduate degree and masters in pubic health at Emory University in Atlanta, GA, Dr. Knoepp completed medical training at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, LA, followed by a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. She is currently pursuing a fellowship in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at Johns Hopkins. In addition to her clinical interests, Dr. Knoepp is dedicated to the education of medical students and residents and is active in several research projects in her area of study.

Dr. Knoepp participates in several national organizations and currently is an active member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and the American Urogynecologic Society.

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Item 1: Gaylord S. Knox, M.D., July 30, 1965Add to your cart.

Appointed Chief of Radiology

Brief biography

Item 2: Dr. Knox CVAdd to your cart.
CurriculumVitae peprsonal information; professional experience; bibliography
Folder 4: Koch, CherylAdd to your cart.

Vice President, Support Services

A 15-year veteran of Johns Hopkins Bayview, Cheryl Koch has served in various clinical and administrative areas throughout her tenure, including oversight of the food service, nutrition and service excellence programs. She also led dietetics education initiatives within the Hopkins system, such as development of the first accredited internship program for dietitians on the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus. Additionally, she fostered a partnership with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to create the first seamless graduate degree demonstration program for dietetics education in the country.

Koch also has held various hospital leadership roles, including chairing the Medical Center’s rewards and recognition committee, United Way Leadership Campaign, patient care practice committee and, most recently, co-chairing the capital budget committee.

As vice president of support services at Johns Hopkins Bayview, Koch oversees support areas, such as facilities and environmental services, and serves as the capital budget administrator for the Medical Center.

Education

Minnesota State University, BS (dietetics)

Towson University, MHS

Item 1: Cheryl Koch, MS, RD, FADA, CNSD named MD outstanding Dietitian of the year, 5/4/2004Add to your cart.
has named outstanding dietitianof the Year, career highlightes; Photo
Item 2: Cheryl Koch named Vice president of Support Services at JH Bayview, 8/7/2008Add to your cart.
Career highlightes; Photo
Item 3: Dr. Bennett congratulation letter, 7/31/2008Add to your cart.
Announcement and congratulation the appointment of Cheryl Koch as vice presidentof support services.Work for bayview since 1993; leadership, partnership, creativity
Item 4: Maria Koszalka congratulation letter, 2/9/2006Add to your cart.
Congratulation to Cheryl Koch on her promotion to Senior Director of Clinical Services of the JH BMC. Director for Food & Clinical Nutrition Programs since 2002.  Awadr for Excellence in Clinical Dietetics
Item 5: Photographic Portrait, February 15, 2006Add to your cart.
4 x 6 color photographic portrait of Cheryl Koch.
Folder 30: Kohajda, JessieAdd to your cart.
Jessie Kohajda, manager of employee and labor relations.
Item 1: Named Manager of Employee and Labor Relations, May 22, 2014Add to your cart.

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Short career highlights

Folder 19: Koneval, KurtAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Nurses Receive Award, 8/26/2003Add to your cart.
Kurt Koneval , RN, recieved Bayview Outstanding Nurse Award
Item 2: Emergency Department Welcomes New Patient Safety Nurse, February 11, 2013Add to your cart.

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brif career hihglights

Folder 22: Kordek, LisaAdd to your cart.

Johns Hopkins Bayview Med Ctr 

Department  MRI 

 

Title  MRI TECHnician

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Maria V. Koszalka, RN, Ed.D.

Vice President, Patient Care Services

A member of the Johns Hopkins Bayview team since 1997, Maria Koszalka is responsible for the Medical Center's clinical departments and much of the patient care staff. Prior to her career at Johns Hopkins Bayview, Dr. Koszalka was an independent consultant and management trainer for health care organizations in the New York area. She was also director of Education and Training at Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, New York, and the associate hospital director/chief nurse executive at the Medical Center's Jack D. Weiler Hospital of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Among her current responsibilities, Dr. Koszalka is also part of the adjunct faculty at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. She lectures on nursing leadership and patient care administration and serves as an advisor on continuing education program for nursing management.

Education

State University of New York, Stony Brook, BS (nursing)

Teachers College, Columbia University, MA (Nursing Organization Executive Role)

Teachers College, Columbia University, Ed.D. (Nursing Organization Executive Role)

Johnson & Johnson-Wharton Fellows Program for Nurse Executives

Professional Memberships

American Organization of Health Care Executives

Maryland Organization of Nurse Executives

Chairperson of Subcommittee on Workforce Issues on the Commission on Nursing Shortage in Maryland

Item 1: High Profiles, February 2004Add to your cart.

DOME

Incomming president of the Maryland Organization of Nurse Executives

Item 2: Maria Kozalka Appointed commissioner of Maryland's Nursing Technology Subcommittee, February 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 20: Kowzan, PaulAdd to your cart.
Department PACE,  Driver
Item 1: Congratulations, Employees of the Month, 5/10/2010Add to your cart.
Picture, Saved patient life Info safe on L:
Folder 25: Krause A. M. Louis, December 14, 1896 - July 1, 1975Add to your cart.
Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine
Item 1: Medical Papers, Notes, Lectures; 1917 - 1970, 1972Add to your cart.
Biography, Portrait
Folder 3: Kravet, Steven J.Add to your cart.

Steven J. Kravet, M.D.,

practices all aspects of primary care medicine, including prevention, pap smears and cortisone shots.

Dr. Kravet received an undergraduate degree in pharmacy at Rutgers University and a medical degree at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He trained in general internal medicine and completed a chief residency at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Title

• Associate Professor of Medicine

Primary Location:

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• General Internal Medicine

Departments

• Medicine

• Community Physicians

Training:

• Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital(1992)

Residency:

• General Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center(1995)

Certification:

• Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine(2007)

Item 1: Steve Kravet, MD, Elected to Med School Council, 8/28/2006Add to your cart.
Assistance professor of medicine, Council was established in 1970to help faculty, fellows, residents, and studentsto participate more effectin governance of the institution
Item 2: Steven Kravet, MD named Chief Medical Offices for Patient Safety and Quality, 9/25/2006Add to your cart.
Congratulating; career highlighte;
Item 3: Steven J. Kravet, MD, named President of Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, 1/7/2009Add to your cart.

New position started on February 23, 2009;

Career highlighte;  leadership, initiatives, educator

Item 4: A New Era for JH Com Physicians, 2/1/2009Add to your cart.
Dome, 17 years at JHBayview. leadership skills
Item 5: Take guesswork out of choosing a doctor, November 6, 2000Add to your cart.
Pick  a physician
Folder 9: Krevans, Julius R, May 1, 1924Add to your cart.
Item 1: PicturesAdd to your cart.
CD # 0211
Item 2: Individual record card for faculty members, July 17, 1950Add to your cart.
Personal information; careerhighlightes
Item 3: Welcome to Dr. Krevans, June 21, 1963Add to your cart.
New Physician-in Chief in BCH
Item 4: Curriculum Vitae, 1960Add to your cart.
personal information; Publications; Societies
Item 5: New Appointments, July 1, 1963Add to your cart.
Dr. Julius R. Krevans had accepted the appointment as Chief of Medicineat BCH
Item 6: Curriculum Vitae, 1967Add to your cart.
CV
Item 7: Hopkins Honors Two BCH Staff!!, June 14, 1968Add to your cart.
Dr. Krevans awarded the rank of Professor of the JH SOM
Item 8: Curriculum Vitae, 1969Add to your cart.
CV; Publication; membership in society; appointments
Item 9: Letter, January 22, 1969Add to your cart.
by Paul Van Nevel, Ass Director of Public Relations to Dr. David E. Rogers.  About draft of a news release about Dr. Krevans appointment
Item 10: For Release immediatly, February 5, 1969Add to your cart.

The JH Med Institutions

Dr. Krevans will become Dean for AcademicAffairs at the School of Medicine on July 1, 1969; career highlightes

Item 11: Krevans gets Hopkins Post, February 7, 1969Add to your cart.
News paper clips
Item 12: Dr. Krevans Learns and Teaches in Peru, January 1969Add to your cart.
Record Vol.XI, No.2
Item 13: Newspaper clips, 1960, 1961, 1969Add to your cart.

A Point of Focus. Dr. Krevans Becomes first dean for academic affairs, July 1, 1969

Dr. Krevans speaks on "Factor Which Influence the Successof Platelet Transfusions", 5/13/1961

Dr. Krevans present paper on meeting of the American Association of Blood Banks, 8/7/1960

Dr. Krevans will participate in the 8th International Congress on Blood Transfusion

Item 14: Names in News, 1970Add to your cart.
Dr. J. Krevans, hematologist,will take over early in Januaryas dean of medicineat the University of California, San Francisco
Item 15: New Dean at UC School of Medicine, October 18, 1970Add to your cart.
Dr. Krevans has been appointed dean of the SOM at the University of California in San Francisco
Item 16: Nwes from Univ of California San Francisco, October 18, 1970Add to your cart.
Dr. Krevans has been appointed Dean of the Schoo of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, effective January 1 !971
Item 17: Hopkins Dean Set to Leave, October 27, 1970Add to your cart.
Dr. Krevans to take West Coast Post
Item 18: UC Med SChool Dean Installed as Group Chairman, October 30, 1980Add to your cart.
Dr. Krevans was istalled as chairman of the Association of American Medical Colleges at the organization's annual meeting this week
Item 19: HopMed, November 5, 1970Add to your cart.
Dr. Krevans in January to become dean of the UC SOM
Item 20: Nomination for 1982 Flexner Award, March 26, 1982Add to your cart.
Association of American Med Colleges
Item 21: Nomination from Dr Turner, May 28, 1982Add to your cart.
Letter to Dr. Cooper
Item 22: Curriculun Vitae sent to nomination committee, May 1, 1982Add to your cart.
Item 23: Dr. Krevans Named Convocation Medalist for 33rd Annual Scientific Session, December 30, 1983Add to your cart.
American College of Cardiology
Item 24: OHSU to graduate 354 students on June 10Add to your cart.
Graduation of 354 students from Dentistry and Medicine School
Item 25: Julius R. Krevans (1924-), March 2014Add to your cart.

UCSF publication; History of UCSF; People

Biography

Folder 27: Krizek, BonnieAdd to your cart.
Community Relations Department Staff
Item 1: Farewell Celebration, October 31, 2012Add to your cart.

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28-year veteran of JHBMC, retirement party

Folder 28: Krout, KellyAdd to your cart.
Kelly Krout, RN, MSN, DNP for SICU, BICU
Item 1: Named Patient Care Manager of SICU, BICU Burn/Wound, November 26, 2013Add to your cart.
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Folder 13: Krueger, Deward (Kurt)Add to your cart.
Manager of the rehabilitation program; 1/6/2006
Folder 18: Kuhn, GailAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Retirement Celebration, February 21, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Gail worked 17 yeras

Series 2: Files of persons with last name beginning with LAdd to your cart.
Folder 29: Lacey, DarrenAdd to your cart.

The Sun, October 2003

Hopkins names chief security officer

Folder 28: Lagana, Michele T.Add to your cart.

Baltimore Business Journal, April 26, 2002

vice president of administration

Folder 24: Lambert, AliceAdd to your cart.

Ambulatory Surgery Unit

Employee of the month, October 6, 2009

story

Folder 7: Landesman, Renee K.Add to your cart.
Full time Assistant Anesthesiologist-in-chief at BCH, career highlightes; 1965
Folder 31: Lane, PeterAdd to your cart.

Messenger, December 18, 1996

Director of the Emergency Departmentat JHBMC

Folder 3: Lange, AllisonAdd to your cart.
Management Analyst, for Surgery, Ob/Gyn, Oncology, Urology Departments
Folder 4: Langford, AnitaAdd to your cart.

Vice President, Care Management Services

Having spent the first 15 years of her career as a nurse, Langford joined the administrative team of the Johns Hopkins Geriatrics Center in 1989. She currently oversees all programs of the Geriatrics Center and PACE (Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly) program. In addition, she works to develop new housing and community outreach programs and services for our community. Langford is also an adjunct faculty member of George Washington University.

Education

Saint Joseph Hospital School of Nursing (diploma in nursing)

University of Maryland, BS (nursing)

University of Maryland, MS (nursing)

Professional Memberships

Maryland Hospital Association - Long Term Care Committee

Gerontological Society of America

Item 1: Anita Langford received 2008 Leadership Award from JHU Women's Network, 5/8/2008Add to your cart.
The award recognizes Anita leadership through mentoring, motivationsdevelopment skills. Role model, quality clinical care, service excellence
Item 2: Anita Langford Receives McCarthy Award, February 2, 2012Add to your cart.

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About award

Brief career highlights

Item 3: Congratulating Anita Langford, January 13, 2014Add to your cart.

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New role as Special Advisor for Operations Integration.

Folder 15: Langville, JeannieAdd to your cart.
Credentials & Compliance cooprinator of the Medical Sstaff Office
Item 1: A Fond Farewell to Jeannie Langville, 3/25/2010Add to your cart.
Invitation for a Fond Farewell
Folder 33: Laufer, IlyaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Evaluating and treatment Back and Leg Pain, March 24, 2011Add to your cart.
Free Seminar
Folder 1: Lawson, ShariAdd to your cart.

Assistant Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

Pre-conception counseling

Obstetrical care

Well-woman care

Contraception

Abnormal vaginal bleeding

Uterine fibroids

Laparoscopy

Hysteroscopy

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Shari Lawson, M.D., assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and medical director of the ambulatory OB/GYN practice at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, is dedicated to providing comprehensive obstetrical and gynecological care.

Dr. Lawson earned undergraduate and medical degrees at The Johns Hopkins University. She completed residency training in obstetrics and gynecology at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview.

In her role, Dr. Lawson is committed to the Hopkins tripartite focus: research, teaching and patient care.

Item 1: JH BMC welcomes Shari Lawson to the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, 9/10/2008Add to your cart.
Board certified,publication;
Item 2: New OB/GYN Physician Offers Convenient Hours to Employees, 12/23/2008Add to your cart.
Dr. Lawson welcomes new patients
Folder 20: Lazarus, GeraldAdd to your cart.
Gerald S. Lazarus, M.D., is chief of dermatology and director of the Johns Hopkins Wound Center at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. A former chairman of dermatology at Duke University and The University of Pennsylvania, Lazarus established leading academic dermatological programs at both institutions. Before coming to Hopkins, he was dean and CEO at the University of California Davis School of Medicine and Health System. From 1999 to 2002, Lazarus served as a consultant to the president of Peking Union Medical College and the Minister of Health of China in Beijing.
Item 1: Photographic portraitAdd to your cart.
Two 2 x 3 color photographic portraits of Gerald Lazarus.
Item 2: Hopkins Bayview names new chief of dermatology, February 27, 2003Add to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle,

Brief biography

Item 3: Named 22nd recipient of the David Martin Carter Mentor Award, January 23, 2014Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

About award and career highlights of Dr. Lazarus

Folder 8: Lee, Betty JaneAdd to your cart.
Retired Emergency room RN,
Item 1: Betty Jane Lee receives McCarthy Award, 10/12/2004Add to your cart.

Lee is a 45-year veteran of JH Bayview.

McCarty Award for recognized extraordinary service to the Med center and exemplify the best traditions of JH medicine.  45 years in service; career highlites

Item 2: Lee is honor for 45 years of service, October 28, 2004Add to your cart.
brief biography
Folder 6: Lee, Hochang BenjaminAdd to your cart.

Associate Director of Research

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• Psychiatry

• Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

• Behavioral disorders in dementia

• Depression in Heart Disease

• Depression, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Bipolar Disorder

• Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

• Psychosomatic Medicine

Department/Division

• Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences - Geriatric Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry

Training:

• Jefferson Medical College(1997)

Residency:

• Psychiatry, The Johns Hopkins Hospital(2001)

Fellowships:

• Psychiatry, The Johns Hopkins Hospital(2002)

• Psychiatry, The Johns Hopkins Hospital(2003)

Certification:

• Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry And Neurology(2007)

Languages:

• English

• Korean

Research Interest:

• geriatric psychiatry, prevention of late-life mental disorder (e.g. dementia and depression), cross-cultural psychiatry, depression in cardiovascular disease, psychiatric aspect of restless legs syndrome

Center/Institute:

• Alzheimer's and Memory Treatment Center

Item 1: H. B. Lee, M.D. named Associate Director of Research Development in Psychiatry, 10/25/2007Add to your cart.
Dr. Lee was the 2007 recipient of the Dlin/Fischer Awardfor Significant Achivement in clinical Research; career highlightes
Folder 11: Leff, BruceAdd to your cart.

Physician Title Director, Fellowship Training Program; Medical Director, Program for All-Inclusive Care of the Elderly (PACE) Expertise General Internal Medicine Geriatric Medicine

Training  New York University School of Medicine (New York NY) (1987)

Residencies Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center (Baltimore MD) - Primary Care Internal Medicine (1991)

Fellowships Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (Baltimore MD) - Geriatric Medicine, Gerontology (1992)

Certifications Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (2011) Geriatric Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (2004)

Memberships 1988 present Member, American College of Physicians 1988 1992 Associate, Society of General Internal Medicine 1991 present Member, American Geriatrics Society 1992 1994 Member, 38th Parallel Medical Society, Seoul, Korea 1995 present Member, American Academy of Home Care Physicians Member, Curriculum committee, 1995-6 Clinical Template Project, 1997 1996 - present Member, Gerontological Society of America 2002 present Member, Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine 2006 American Geriatrics Society Annual National Meeting Abstract reviewer, epidemiology section 2007 present Board of Directors, American Academy of Home Care Physicians 2007 2008 Committee member, American Geriatrics Society, Health Economics and Technology Committee 2007 present InterRAI, Associate Fellow 2008 2011 Committee Member, American Geriatrics Society, Clinical Practice & Models of Care Committee 2008 present Representative of American Geriatrics Society to the American College of Physicians Council of Subspecialty Societies 2008 present SWAT Team Member, American Geriatrics Society, Public Policy Committee, Care Coordination 2009-2012 Vice Chairman, Council of Subspecialty Societies, American College of Physicians 2009 2012 Board of Governors, American College of Physicians 2009 - 2012 President-elect, American Academy of Home Care Physicians Related Websites Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology

Item 1: Bruce Leff, M.D., Receives ACP Honors, March 8, 2012Add to your cart.
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Folder 30: Lemoine, NancyAdd to your cart.

Daily Record, August 1998

Director of risk management at Bayview

Folder 22: Lemon, MalcolmAdd to your cart.
Maintains
Folder 5: Letke-Alexander, PatriciaAdd to your cart.
PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT ,  Mobile Health Unit
Item 1: Pat letke-Alexander receives Russo memorial Award, 6/12/2007Add to your cart.

Since 1999, when the Care-a-van made its first appearance to the Southeast Baltimore community, she has been a driving force in its success.

About Dr. Sebastian Russo Award

Item 2: Maryland Academy of Physician Assistants Names Pat Letke=Alexander, PA-C, Phycisian Assistant of the year, 10/15/2007Add to your cart.
recognized for her cli8nical exxcellence and commitment to the PA Core Values., coomunity services and increased public awareness.
Item 3: She's Haelth on Wheels: Winner of Award Evokes Spirit of "five-dollars Doc., 6/7/2007Add to your cart.
About Sebastian Russo MNemorial Award; Patricia reseved first award
Folder 12: Levine,  RachelAdd to your cart.

Rachel Levine, M.D.,

practices all aspects of primary care, with an emphasis on wellness and preventative medicine.

Dr. Levine is originally from the Baltimore area. She attended McGill University School of Medicine in Montreal, Canada. She trained in internal medicine at Boston University and completed a general internal medicine fellowship at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Item 1: Levine Receives Clinician-Educator Award, 2/15/2010Add to your cart.

Rachel Levine, M.D., assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, is the recipient of the Clinician-Educator Award from the Mid-Atlantic Society for General Internal Medicine.

Information and photo saved on L:

Folder 35: Lewis, Kenneth BakerAdd to your cart.
Dr. Kenneth Lewis, Associate Professor of Medicine
Item 1: Curriculum Vitae and List of PublicationsAdd to your cart.
Folder 26: Lewis, MildredAdd to your cart.
Senior Practical Nurse
Item 1: Employee of the Year, 1964Add to your cart.
about her
Folder 34: Lichtenstein, Lawrence M.Add to your cart.

Medicine-Allergy and Clinical Iimmunology

Professor

He moved to JHBMC fron Good Sam at 1989 when JHAAC opened

Item 1: Allergic reaction Chemical Detection at JH a FirstAdd to your cart.

The News American, 1-27-1974

Dr. Lawrence Lichtenstein, Dr. J. Andrew Grant

Item 2: Drug Firm, Hopkins Reach Allergy Pact, July 14, 1982Add to your cart.

The Evening Sun, 6-14-1982

JHSOM has signed a $2,5million research agreement with the parent company of a leading drug manufacture to speed the discovery of drug that block the biochemical reaction that causes allergies.

Dr. Lawrence M. Lichtenstein

Item 3: Industry joints with medicine, July 14, 1982Add to your cart.

The News American, 7-14-1982

The American Cyanamid Company will award $2,5million to the HJU SOM

Dr. Arnold Oronsky and

Dr. Lawrence M. Lichtenstein

Item 4: Johns Hopkins Research Team Identifies Allergy "Switch", July 17, 1982Add to your cart.

Daily Record, 7-17-1982

Drs. Lawrence M. Lichtenstein, Philip Norman, Martin Valentine, David March, David Golden

Item 5: Agreement Combines Research Staffs, July 19, 1982Add to your cart.

Daily Record, 7-19-1982

Dr. Lawrence M. Lichtenstein, Dr. Arnold Oronsky

Five years agreement, joint research projects that will carried out by a combined staff drawn from both JH and Lederle Laboratories

Item 6: Researchers discover "pathway" to allergies, July 20, 1982Add to your cart.

Daily Mail, 7-20-1982

Dr. Lawrence M. Lichtenstein

Mast cells,found in lung and intestinal issue, basophils, cells in the blood, have been identified as common to allergies reactions

Item 7: Johns hopkins, Cyanamid Co. join forces to research fever, rashes, July 29, 1982Add to your cart.

Frederick Post, 7-29-1982

Uniq agreement on research between JHU SOM and Cyanamid Co.

Dr. Lawrence M. Lichtenstein, Dr. Arnold Oronsky

Folder 32: Liebson, IraAdd to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins University 

Division  School of Medicine 

Johns Hopkins|Associate Professor, Psychiatry - BPRU - at JHBMC (SOM)|Associate Staff, Psychiatry - BPRU - at JHBMC (SOM)

Item 1: gkdjfgAdd to your cart.
Folder 25: Lindeman, RichardAdd to your cart.

Escort Services

Employee of the month, October 6, 2009

story

Item 1: Memorial Service, October 15, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Richard worked at bayview since 1998

Folder 36: Linke, Marie, June 20, 2005Add to your cart.
Marie Linke, RN and volunteer ( from 1995)  passed away on June 14, 2005
Folder 37: Linsenmeyer, BrigidAdd to your cart.
Brigid Linsenmeyer, RN Advance Clinical Nurse, Progressive care unit
Item 1: Nominated for Nursing Shining Star Award, August 22, 2013Add to your cart.

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These awards recognize outstanding nurses in the Hopkins community who demonstrate clinical excellence in their area of nursing, improve the quality of patient care and make a significant difference in the nursing profession.

Folder 16: Litten, SharonAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Sharon Litten, 4/23/2010Add to your cart.
Pastoral Care Intern /Info Saved on L:
Folder 2: Llinas, RichardAdd to your cart.

Assistant Residency Director, Neurology Residency Program

Director, Cerebrovascular Neurology at Hopkins Bayview

Director, Clinical Services for Neurology at Hopkins Bayview

Associate Professor, Neurology

Chair of Patient Safety & Council

Education: M.D. - New York University School of Medicine; internship in internal medicine, residency in neurology, cerebrovascular fellowship program - Harvard University

Specialties/Interests: stroke and acute stroke treatments; diffusion/perfusion imaging and transcranial Doppler; migraines as they relate to cerebrovascular disease; author of  numerous publications on various neurological conditions

Item 1: Richard Llinas Research Activities, 2004Add to your cart.
Bibliography
Item 2: Dr. Rafael LlinasAdd to your cart.

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Picture;

Brief biography, area of interests

Folder 10: Lodder, HerbertAdd to your cart.
Manager of Pastoral Services
Item 1: Lodder nemaed Manager of Pastoral Care Services, 9/24/2004Add to your cart.
before served at bayview as Admin directorfor the BPRU and alcoholism treatment services
Item 2: The Cupola, 6/1/2008Add to your cart.
Church of the Comforter, news paper; June 15, 2008, is the 50th anniversary of Herb's ordination to the Diaconate; Herb;s biography
Item 3: Farewell for Herb Lodder, 8/26/2009Add to your cart.

Come join us to say goodbye/ flyer

Herb served as the director of Behaviorial pharmacology research from 1980-2004.

in 2004 manager for Pastoral care

Item 4: Jh Bayview named manager of pastoral care services, October 22, 2004Add to your cart.
Daily Record
Folder 21: Lopez, JoseAdd to your cart.
LEAD TECH - IMAGING, M.R.I. (JHBMC)
Folder 27: Longan, Rufus E., January 7, 1873 - August 19, 1936Add to your cart.
Item 1: West point Cadets in Near Mutiny, September 26, 1910Add to your cart.
Albuquerque Morning Journal
Item 2: West pointers Inflict a "Silence", 1910Add to your cart.
Item 3: West Point Cadets All Under Arrest, September 26, 1910Add to your cart.

A remarkable act of Insubordination

Officer in charge silenced

Item 4: Many Promotions in Army and Navy, October 4, 1918Add to your cart.
Colonels made Brigadiers
Item 5: Award, 1919Add to your cart.

Full Text Citations For Award of The army Distinguished Service Medal

U.S. Army - World War I

Item 6: Minutes of the Board of Trustees, 1933Add to your cart.

by Mr, Longan

The cost per patient day for 1932 was 85 cents

Item 7: Longan Applies for RetirementAdd to your cart.
Superintendent of Bayview Asks to Be Paced on List Immediately
Item 8: Copy of Certificate of Death, October 1936Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Lord, Mason Faulconer, August 4, 1926 - November 15, 1965Add to your cart.
Mason F. Lord was first full-time chief of chronic Medicine and Rehabilitation Department (later to become Geriatric Department).
Item 2: Tribute to Dr. Mason F. Lord, May 9, 2005Add to your cart.

Mason Lord Portrait Artist

Herman Maril

Item 3: City Hospitals Transformed by Staff in Last 15 Years, July 1, 1960Add to your cart.
Harold Harrison, Safar, Shock, Douglas Carroll, Mason Lord, Ravitch, Chinard
Item 4: A "Fountain of Life" for the Ailing Elderly, September 4, 1960Add to your cart.

Sun, 9-4-1960

Dr. Lord plan is involve the establishment of a working partnership between services in a hospital and agencies and services in the community

Pilot program

Item 5: Dr. Mason Lord of BCH Presents Rehab Program for Patients, November 24, 1960Add to your cart.

1959, 700 patients housed in the City Hospitals

and 470 didn't belong in the Infirmary

Item 6: Dr.Lord Views Care of Aged in Europe, December 27, 1961Add to your cart.
Evening Sun publication
Item 7: "Comprehensive Care for the Long-Term Patient", 1961Add to your cart.

Dr. Lord Chairman of the Geriatrics Committee of Baltimore City Medical Society

received $157,000 from Governor Tawes of Maryland for 3,5 year study

Item 8: 8 States Invite Dr. Lord, January 14, 1961Add to your cart.

Dr. Lord invited to speak in eight states

White House Conference on Aging

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MD needs a series of small well-run nursing homes through-out the state
Item 10: Dr. Lord member of the Advisory Council to the Field Work Offices at Goucher College, December 7, 1962Add to your cart.
Letters from Dr. Otto Kraushaar and fron Dr. Mason Lord
Item 11: Dr., Mrs. Lord To Give Art Objects To JHU, October 22, 19Add to your cart.
Publication in Evening Sun
Item 12: Views Aired on Medicare, July 18, 1963Add to your cart.
Goldwater, Senator, Hears Plan of Baltimore's Dr. Lord
Item 13: Dr. Lord Sets Program for Indigent Old, October 5, 1964Add to your cart.
"As active as possible"
Item 14: Individual Record Card for Faculty MembersAdd to your cart.
Item 15: Curriculum VitaeAdd to your cart.
Item 16: Mason F. LordAdd to your cart.
Biographical sketch
Item 17: Mason F. Lord Professorship in Geriatric MedicineAdd to your cart.
Established in 1996 by anonymous donor in memory of Mason F. Lord
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Wedding photo

Dr. Lord and coworkers - Miss Grotz, Miss Browne

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The New York Times publ.
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Pregamon press

Bayview Records

Letter to son-Mason, by Mazie Rappaport

Dr. Larry Kirkland

Item 1: The Lord Art Collection, 1970Add to your cart.

Garrison Foster School, Alumnae Bulletin, 1970

by Acha Lord

Item 21: The Trouble with Millionaires-Who Buy Art, November 1950Add to your cart.
by Martha Millspaugh
Item 22: Mason Faulconer  Lord;  August 4,1926 - November 16, 1965, November 19, 1965Add to your cart.
Pillbox  vol.VI, No. 18
Folder 23: Lowery, ConnieAdd to your cart.

Nurse, named the patient care manager for Behavior Pharmacology Research Unit at Novenber 25, 2009

Career highlights

Folder 13: Lowman, Robert MorrisAdd to your cart.
Chief of Radiology for Baltimore City Hospitals.  Was director of the Grace New Haven Hospital's radiological unit and associate professor at the Yale University School of Medicine
Item 1: The Evening Sun, September 13, 1962Add to your cart.
Hiring of New Haven doctor ends old hospital row
Folder 18: Loyola, Pablo Martinez Jr., 1925-1964Add to your cart.

Pablo Loyola, MD, was a native of Mexico. He was born in Mexico in 1925 and died in Baltimore in 1964. He received degrees from Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico and Facultad de Medicina, Mexico, DF, 1950.  Internships in both Mexico and Us. He trained in Radiology at Sinai Hospital, Baltimore MD, and Newark City Hospital NJ. Certification American Board of Radiology. He was married to a Baltimore native and had three children.

Assistant Chief of Radiology 1959.

Chief of Radiology, Veterans Administration Hospital, Fort Howard MD.

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5 x 7 B&W photograph of Pablo Loyola leaning against a file cabinet.
Folder 19: Luciano, DeborahAdd to your cart.
Deborah Luciano is a nurse in the JHB Care Center.
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Two 5 x 7 color photographic portraits of Deborah Luciano.
Folder 17: Lupo, Deonis M., May 25, 1905Add to your cart.
Item 1: Letter, 1931Add to your cart.

1931-1933 intern at BCH

Letter to home with very interesting information about BCH and Baltiomre. 

Donated by Dr. Spector, Renal Medicine;

To use this information permission need to be folder

Original paper in the forlder and saved on L:

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Papers donated by Dr. Spector, Renal Medicine;

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Original paper in the folder

To use this information permission need to be recieved from Stephanie Ulrich, see address in folder

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The Elizabeth Plank Althouse Professor

Chairman, Department of Psychiatry,

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Vice Chairman, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Co-Director, Division of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry

Director, Memory and Alzheimer's Treatment Center

Education

1984

B.A.

Northwestern University

1988

M.D.

Washington University

1994

M.H.S.

Johns Hopkins University

1988-1989

Psychiatry/Medicine Intern

Francis Scott Key Medical Center

1989-1992

Psychiatry Resident

Johns Hopkins Hospital

1992-1994

Psychiatric Epidemiology/Neuropsychiatry

Fellowship

Johns Hopkins University

Professional Interests

Psychiatric disorders in old age, and in patients with coarse brain disease (neuropsychiatry)

Dementia, Alzheimer's, stroke, traumatic brain injury, HIV/AIDS

Mood disorders in the above

Epidemiology, clinical epidemiology, and clinical trials

Assisted Living and nursing home research

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welcomeing Dr. Lyketsos back to JH BMC, where he brings his med career full circle from psychiatric internship to the dept of psychiary's chair.  he is  Co-director of the Divisionof Geriatric Psychiatry & Neuropsychiatry.  He was in America's Top Doctors several years.  Career highlites
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was honored with award on Nov. 28, 2006 in Washington, DC
Item 3: Lyketsos, head of JH Bayview Psychiatry, accept Endowed Chair, 5/7/2007Add to your cart.
Treating patients w/ dementia; first recipient of the Elizabeth PlankAlthouseprofessorship for Alzheimer's research
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Item 5: Dr. Lyketsos Receives Distinguished Scientist Award from AAGP, March 29, 2012Add to your cart.

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Awarded from American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry.

Short career higlights

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This honor is bestowed upon a member of the Greek community who is a role model and exemplary leader of Hellenic ideals

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From 1946 to 1969, Dr. Magladery was neurologist-in-chief at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and at Baltimore City Hospitals during the same period.
Item 1: The Baltimore Sum, December 29, 1977Add to your cart.
Obituary
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Specialties/Interests

  Clinical -

  Research - surgical treatment for severe obesity (gastric bypass); stomach,

  small bowel and colon surgery; laparoscopic gallbladder surgery; pancreatic

  surgery; abdominal wall/incisional hernia repair

Johns Hopkins Center for Bariatric Surgery

Biography

  Thomas H. Magnuson, M.D., FACS, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for

  Bariatric Surgery, is an associate professor of surgery at The Johns Hopkins

  University School of Medicine and chief of general surgery at the Johns

  Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

  After earning his medical degree at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center,

  Magnuson completed surgical training at The Johns Hopkins Hospital,

  including specialty training in gastrointestinal surgery. He also completed a

  research fellowship investigating issues related to gall stone pathogenesis and

  biliary tract disease.

  Magnuson specializes in gastrointenstinal surgery, including surgeries of the

  stomach, gall bladder, pancreas and bowel, and has a special interest in

  bariatric surgery. He established the Johns Hopkins Center for Bariatric

  Surgery in 1997 which, in 2006, was named a Center of Excellence by the

  American Society for Bariatric Surgery.

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Dr. Magnuson receives Lillemore teaching award
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One 4 x 6 color photographic portrait of Dr. Thomas Magnuson.
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Congratulation from

Julie A. Freischlag, M.D.

Surgeon‐in‐Chief, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Richard G. Bennett, M.D.

President, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

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Dr. Martin Makary, Associate Professor, Surgical Oncology
Item 1: Named 2005 Jahnigen Scholars, May 23, 2005Add to your cart.
The American Geriatrics Society named two JHBMC physicians as 2005 Jahnigen Scholars
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Specialties/Interests

  Clinical -

•Cerebral Vascular Disease

Stroke prevention

Medical management

Carotid endarterectomy with evoked potential neurological monitoring

Carotid angioplasty/stenting under cerebral protection

•Aortic Aneurysm Disease

Open repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm

Endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm (EVAR)

Endovascular repair of thoracic aortic aneurysm (TEVAR)

Endovascular repair of aortic dissection

•Perpheral Arterial Disease

Medical management of intermittent claudication (calf pain with walking)

Minimally invasive angioplasty and stenting

Limb salvage revascularization with open bypass surgery (for gangrene and leg pain at rest)

•Renal Artery Disease

Medical management

Renal artery angioplasty and stenting for uncontrollable hypertension

Renal artery bypass

•Mesenteric Ischemia (pain after eating and weight loss from blockage in the main artery feeding the bowel)

Angioplasty and stenting in the superior mesenteric artery

Mesenteric artery bypass

•Subclavian Steal Syndrome (subclavian artery stenosis causing dizzy spells and arm pain)

Minimally invasive angioplasty and stenting

Subclavian artery bypass

•Venous Insufficiency (varicose vein and non-healing ulcers)

Minimally invasive radiofrequency ablation

  Research -

•treatment of carotid artery stenosis and stroke

•renal protection for angioplasty and stenting

•clinical outcomes analysis

•minimally invasive endovascular aneurysm repair

•device development and complications prevention

•molecular biology of intimal hyperplesia and cryopreserved veins grafts

•drug-eluting stents to treat lower extremity arterial stenosis

Current Trials

•CREST: Principle investigator. This is a multi-center prospective,

randomized trial comparing the gold standard carotid endarterectomy vs.

the minimally-invasive carotid stenting under cerebral protection to treat

carotid artery stenosis and prevent stroke. The study is sponsored by

the National Institute of Health (NIH) and National Institute of

Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).

•CAPTURE II: Principle investigator. This is a prospective, multi-center,

post-market trial for the FDA-approved carotid devices, RX Acculink® and

RX Accunet™ (Guidant system). The purpose of this study is to provide

additional information on how the devices can be used safely by a wide

range of physicians under commercial use conditions and identify rare or

unanticipated device-related events.

•CHOICE: Principle investigator. This is a prospective, multi-center,

descriptive, post-market study of two carotid artery stent systems and

two embolic protection systems (RX Acculink® and RX Accunet™, and

Xact®, Emboshield® and BareWire™) among high-surgical-risk patients

with carotid artery disease.

•SAPPHIRE WW: Principal investigator. This is a multi-center,

prospective, observational study of 30-day Major Adverse Event (MAE)

(any death, stroke or MI) with distal protection in the treatment of

obstructive carotid artery stenosis in high-surgical-risk patients with

atherosclerotic disease of the carotid artery. The devices utilized are

the PRECISE® and ANGIOGUARD™ XP (Cordis system).

•ROBUST: Principal investigator. This is a prospective, randomized

study comparing open bypass vs. angioplasty and stenting of the lower

extremity in TASC II B and C lesions of the superficial femoral artery.

The study aims to identify the patancy and limb salvage rate, quality of

life and walking distance improvement as well as the morbidities

associated with each treatment modality.

•PRICELESS: Principle investigator. This multi-center, prospective trial

uses EndoSure® by CardioMEMS, Inc., an FDA-approved wireless device for measuring of intrasac pressure during endovascular abdominal

aortic aneurysm (AAA) repair and endovascular thoracic aneurysm repair (TAA). The purpose of the study is to identify the efficacy of this system

in predicting endoleak and aneurysm rupture in comparison to the traditional

Contrast Tomography and Arterial Duplex Ultrasound.

•ZILVER PTX: Principle investigator. This is a phase-2, prospective,

randomized study to evaluate the patancy rate of the drug-eluting Zilver

PTX™ stent vs. bare metal Zilver stent (Cook, Inc.) in the above-the-knee

femoropopliteal artery.

•PYTHAGORAS: Principle investigator. This trial is intended to demonstrate

the safety and efficacy of the Aorfix endovascular stent graft (Aorfix™), by

Lombard Medical, in the treatment of abdominal aortic, aorto-iliac and

common iliac aneurysms with necks of up to 90 degrees.

•JOHNS HOPKINS VASCULAR REGISTRY: Principle investigator. This is a

registry of vascular patients at The Johns Hopkins Institutions. The registry

will provide useful clinical and non-clinical data for future studies.

 

Biography

  Mahmoud B. Malas, M.D., joined the Johns Hopkins surgical faculty in 2005.

  He received general surgery training at the University of Southern California

  and completed a fellowship in vascular and endovascular surgery at the

  Montefiore Medical Center (Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York).

  Malas focuses his research and clinical practice on minimally-invasive

  endovascular repair of abdominal, thoracic and peripheral aneurysms, aortic

  dissection, angioplasty and stenting of (1) the carotid artery with cerebral

  protection to prevent stroke, (2) the renal artery with filter protection to prevent

  renal failure and treat intractable hypertension, (3) the subclavian artery to

  treat steal syndrome and (4) the lower extremity arteries for limb salvage and

  to treat intermittent claudication.

  He also specializes in the traditional open vascular repair of aneurysms,

  lower extremities bypass and carotid endarterectomy, and provides compre-

  hensive assessment of venous disease, including varicose veins and chronic

  venous insufficiency. Malas offers the latest minimally-invasive methods in

  treating these conditions with laser and radiofrequency ablation of veins.

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Announcement of first intravascular carotid stenting at Johns Hopkins Bayview
Folder 50: Malstrom, ThomasAdd to your cart.
Thomas Malstrom, Development Officer
Item 1: Appointed Director of Development, April 13, 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Mammen, AndrewAdd to your cart.

Education: M.D. - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; internship - The Osler Medical Service; fellowship and residency in neuromuscular disorders and neurology - The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Specialties/Interests: diseases of muscle and nerve; research in rheumatology and understanding the pathogenesis of inflammatory muscle disease

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, February 8, 2007Add to your cart.
Passano Foundation chooses Andrew Mammen for Passano physician scientist award
Folder 31: Marchetti, BonnieAdd to your cart.

Emergency Department, RN

Employee of the month, June 1, 2009

story

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Daily Record, June 6, 2003

Public-Affairs/Web coordinator for the office of communications and Public Affairs at JHBMC

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Jane Marks, Associate director of our Geriatric Education Center
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Jane Marks recipient of the 2012 MLK Award for Community service on January 11, 2013;

She works with ElderPlus Healthy Community Partenership;

Folder 46: Marsh, HopeAdd to your cart.
Director of employee benefits at Bayview
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Hope Marsh promoted to the director of benefits and wellness for the JHHS

25 years of experiencein human resources

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Director of the Division of Adult Urology and Oncology and Chief of Urology at Baltimore City Hospitals.  Brady Urology Institute
Item 1: In Memoriam, December 7, 2011Add to your cart.

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by Edward Miller

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Robert Marshall, clinical administrator of emergency and pediatric services
Item 1: Named Clinical Administrator, October 6, 2005Add to your cart.
Marshall promoted
Folder 25: Mason, CarmenAdd to your cart.
Carmen Mason
Item 1: Photographic Portraits, February 14, 2003Add to your cart.
Five 5 x 7 B & W portrait shots of Carmen Mason. Also 2 pages of B & W proofs.
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Item 1: Miss Tessie Matechak Appointed Associate Director of Nursing, February 1971Add to your cart.

Pillbox

Careere hihglights

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Dr. Brian Matlaga is Assistant Professor of Urology at The Brady Urological Institute and the Director of Stone Disease for the James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute. Dr. Matlaga came to Johns Hopkins after completing a fellowship in minimally invasive surgery and metabolic stone disease. During his fellowship he was designated an American Foundation for Urologic Disease Research Scholar, and was awarded the Outstanding Research Scholar honor in recognition of his work involving the treatment of patients with stone disease. Dr. Matlaga's main clinical interest is the minimally invasive treatment of patients with metabolic stone disease, including percutaneous nephrolithotomy, ureteroscopy, and shock wave lithotripsy.
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Announcement of appointment of Assistant Professor of Urology and Director of the Stone Disease program at JHBMC
Folder 26: Maygers, JoyceAdd to your cart.
Joyce Maygers is a nurse at JHBMC.
Series 1: Photographic Portrait, July 21, ????Add to your cart.
4 x 6 color photographic portrait of Joyce Maygers.
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Tiffany Mayo, cashier
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Tiffany loses weight by rethinking her drink

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In 1979, became the chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology of the Baltimore City Hospitals and Professor of Anesthesiology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Item 1: The Baltimore Sun, December 17, 1983Add to your cart.
Obituary
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RN, MSN,
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Named Director of Patient Safety

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Security

Employee of the month, December 15, 2009

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Raegan McDonald-Mosley, M.D.

Clinical Instructor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

Contraception

Family planning

Global issues related to maternal mortality

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Raegan McDonald-Mosley, M.D., is committed to providing exceptional obstetric and gynecologic care. Her clinical and research interests focus on contraception, family planning and global issues related to maternal mortality.

Dr. McDonald-Mosley earned an undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she was named a Morehead Scholar. She completed medical training at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, followed by a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at New York University. While there, Dr. McDonald-Mosley had the privilege of treating patients at Bellevue Hospital, the nation's oldest public hospital. Currently, she is pursuing a fellowship in family planning at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

In addition to her clinical and research interests, Dr. McDonald-Mosley also is commited to educating medical students. She has been involved in several medical missions to train providers in cervical cancer screening in El Salvador.

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Invasive Cardiology 

 

Title  CARDIO INVASIVE MGR

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Baltimore Sun, February 8, 1998

Clinical exercise physiologist for Heart health program And Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

Also see Lois Walden

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Director of Finance for Patient Care Services.  Has a degree in finance from the College of Notre Dame and an MBA with a concentration in accounting from Loyola College.
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Announcement of appointment of Director of Finance for Patient Care Services
Folder 53: McGraw, Kenneth W.Add to your cart.
Item 1: Mr. McGraw Resigned, December 31, 1976Add to your cart.
Pillbox Vol 19, No. 7
Folder 47: McIntyre, Janet, February 2005Add to your cart.
Senior Director of Patient Safety and Quality Management
Folder 7: McKinney, ChristineAdd to your cart.
Joined the clinical nutrition department in August 2002 and works on the neurosciences unit and the Terrace Rehabilitation Unit.
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Christine McKinney was awarded the 2003 Employee of the Year award from the clinical nutrition department.
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Named Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year by the Maryland Dietetic Association.
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Receives top food and nutrition blog award from HealthCastle.com, an online nutrition newtork run by registered dietitians with more than 450,000 monthly readers.
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Dundalk Eagle

Recognized Young Dietician of the Year

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Parker J McMillin was the first Superintendent of Baltimore City Hospitals. He reported for work in early 1934 and remained with Baltimore City Hospitals until 1958.
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by his son
Item 2: City Hospitals head to retire, February 18, 1959Add to your cart.

The Sun publication

Mr. McMilin Leaves

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Academic Appointment(s):

•Assistant Professor

Division Title(s):

•Director, Geriatric Medicine & Gerontology Fellowship Program

•Medical Director, Hopkins ElderPlus (PACE Program)

•Director, Johns Hopkins Long-term Care Workgroup

Research Interests:

•Models of care delivery with a focus on long-term care

•Geriatrics curriculum development and evaluation for medical trainees

Clinical Interests:

•Primary care of older adults with chronic illness

•General Geriatrics

Selected publications:

•McNabney M, Beers M, Siebens H.  Surrogate decision-makers’ satisfaction with the placement of feeding tubes in elderly patients.  J Am Geriatr Soc 1994; 42: 161-168.

•McNabney MK, Andersen RE, Bennett RG.  Impact of physician telephone management of nursing home residents prior to the initial assessment: A pilot study.  J Am Dir Assoc 2002; 3: 246-250.

•McNabney MK, Andersen RE, Bennett RG. Nursing documentation of telephone communication with physicians in community nursing homes.  J Am Dir Assoc 2004; 5: 180-185.

•McNabney MK, Pandya N, Iwuagu C, Patel M, Katz P, James V, Calabrese B, Lawhorne L. Differences in Diabetes management of nursing home patients based on functional and cognitive status.  J Am Dir Assoc 2005; 6: 375-382.

•McNabney MK, Wolff, JL, Semanick LM, Kasper JD, Boult C. Care Needs of higher-functioning nursing home residents. J Am Dir Assoc 2007; 8: 409-412.

Education/Training:

•MD - University of Missouri, Kansas City

•Internship/Residency - Northwestern University, Chicago, IL – Internal Medicine

•Fellowship - University of California, Los Angeles – Geriatric Medicine

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Dr. McNabney name chair of the Research Committee for National PACE Association.
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Baltimore Business Journal, January 4, 2002

Executive vice president and chief operating officer

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School of Medicine 

Department  Surgery 

Assistant Professor

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Trauma surgeon, director of the Trauma Center and co-directorof Surgical Critical Care

Picture;

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Assistant Professor, Board-Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery

Chief, Total Joint Arthoplasty and Trauma

Medical Director, Wenz Orthopaedic Unit

Specialty: joint reconstruction, geriatric trauma

Clinical Interests: geriatric orthopaedics, hip and knee reconstruction, orthopaedic trauma

Research Interests: hip fractures, geriatric orthopaedics

Member of MetebolicBone Center Team

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Dr. Mears joins the Department of Orthopedic Surgery
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Dr. Simon Mears appointed as Interin Chairman, Departmentof Orthopedic Surgery at JHBMC
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Add at The Baltimore Sun, May 20, 2010

about seminar

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Dundalk Eagle
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Free Seminar
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The American Geriatrics Society named two JHBMC physicians as 2005 Jahnigen Scholars
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Hemotologist and oncologist.

Interim clinical director of hematoloy

Biography information

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The Johns Hopkins University 

Division  School of Medicine 

Department  SOM DOM Bay Cardiology 

Title  CLINICAL ASSOCIATE

National spokesperson for the American Heart Association

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The Aegis
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Carol Miller, RN, MSN, CCRN patient care manager for SICU and BICU
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23 years tenure

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Carol Miller returned To JHBMC from DaVita Inc

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RN, CNS, Magnet Project (teaching), receives 2007 Nursing Excellence Award for Mentoring; 7/30/2007
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Director of Patient Safety
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Professor of Plastic Surgery, Pediatrics and Dermatology

Chief, Division of Burns, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Chief, Plastic Surgery at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Baltimore, Maryland

Director, Johns Hopkins Burn Center

Surgical Director, Johns Hopkins Wound Center

Director, Michael D Hendrix Burn Research Center

Honorary Civilian Consultant Advisor to the British Army in Plastic Surgery and Burns

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from University of Glamorgan, Wales.

and recognized of the exceptional

contributions that he has made to medicine, including plastic surgery and burns.

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Demographic and Personal information;

Research Activities.

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Dr. Milner recognized for medical care and education he provided to burn patients and medical center.

Kenya explosion in 2009

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Director of Development; Served as senior development officer at Mercy Medical Center; Graduated from Skidmore College with a B.A.   She also earned a master's degree in fine arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore.
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Heidi Minken named Director of Development at Johns Hopkins Bayview.
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She leaves JHBMC for newly created position as Senior Director of Mercy Health Foundatiom, Mercy Health System

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First full-time  chief on medicalservice at BCH
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link BCH and JH SON

Dr. Mirick succeeds Dr. Holmes Boyd

Dr. Mirick short biography

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Commander George S. Mirick
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Dinner in honor of Dr. George S. Mirick
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Sun, 8-10-1952

George S. Mirick appointed the first full time chief of medical services at city Hospitals

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Medical School: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MD

Residency: Johns Hopkins Hospital, MD

Fellowship: Vanderbilt University Medical Center, TN

Board Certification: Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology

Special Interests: chronic viral hepatitis, general gastroenterology, endoscopic procedures

Item 1: Bayview Online News, October 28, 2004Add to your cart.
Dr. Mitchell appointed to the National Advisory Council of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Item 2: Dr. Mitchell Joins JHBMC as Director of Gastroenterology, March 4, 2004Add to your cart.
East County Times
Folder 13: Moghekar, AbhayAdd to your cart.

Education: M.B.B.S. - University of the Bombay, India; residency in neurology - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; fellowship in clinical neurophysiology - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Specialties/Interests: neurodegenerative disorders, with a special interest in Alzheimer's disease and disorders of cerebrospinal fluid physiology like hydrocephalus and pseudotumor cerebri

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, July 3, 2007Add to your cart.
Receives the 2007 Frank Ford award
Folder 19: Molano di Targiani, NellyAdd to your cart.

Nelly Molano di Targiani, MSN, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

General obstetrics

General gynecology

Lactation

Well- and problem-focused gynecology

Birth control and family planning

Biography

Nelly Molano di Targiani, MSN, CRNP, is passionate about women's care and women's health. She is committed to providing individualized care for each patient within general obstetrics and gynecology. Her clinical and research interests focus on lactation, birth control and family planning.

Molano di Targiani earned a degree at Cornell University, as well as a master's degree in nursing at the University of Maryland. She is certified by the National Certification Corporation for the Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing Specialities.

Folder 22: Moldovan, DonAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Don Moldovan, 4/23/2010Add to your cart.
Pastoral Care Interns/Info Saved on L:
Folder 41: Moody, JenniferAdd to your cart.

Infor saved on E:; picture; August 12, 2011

Jennifer Moody Named Recreation Therapy Manager for the

Care Center

Folder 12: Moore, AnnieAdd to your cart.
Volunteer since 1976
Item 1Add to your cart.
Was cited by President George Bush to recognize groups that have taken on social problems without being asked or having expectations for rewards.
Folder 33: Moore, DanaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Dana Moore Named Director of Regulatory Affairs, March 30, 2011Add to your cart.

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pictures

Item 2: Farewell Celebration for Barbara Rowe and Dana Moore, June 11, 2012Add to your cart.

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Barbara has accepted a calling to serve as a missionary, relocating to El Salvador

Folder 40: Morrill, AnnAdd to your cart.

Daily Record, April 27, 2002

The 'fool' who beat Hopkins

Folder 45: Moseley, KendallAdd to your cart.

Infor saved on E:

Endocrinologist specializing in disorders of bone and mineral metabolism

Item 1: Kendall Moseley, M.D., Joins Metabolic Bone Center, December 7, 2011Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

short biography

Folder 43: Mueller, ShawnAdd to your cart.
Director of Infection Control
Item 1: Shawn Mueller Named Director of Infection Control, September 23, 2011Add to your cart.

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In her new role, Mueller has clinical responsibilities for surveillance, prevention and control of infectious agents in the Medical Center

Folder 29: Mulford, KathyAdd to your cart.
Director for Health Information Management
Item 1: On Behalf of Charles Reuland and Carl Francioli, September 8, 2009Add to your cart.

25 years of experience;

career highlights

Folder 2: Munster, Andrew, 1936 - September 27, 2003Add to your cart.
Co-director of the Baltimore Burn Center.
Item 1: Bayview News/ Hopkins Bayview 's Top Docs, Wimter 1998Add to your cart.
Co-director of the Baltimore Burn Center.  The top dr. in the metropolitan area /Nov. issue of Baltimore Magazine/ best in the burn/surgery category. From Bayview News
Item 2: 1985 "Baltimore is Best" Award, February 28, 1986Add to your cart.
Award to Baltimore Regional Burn Center
Item 3: First Cultured Skin Graft in MD, July 22, 1988Add to your cart.
The one-and -a-half hour procedure led by Dr. Munster. Using patient's own skin, laboratory - grown
Item 4: New National President, 1991Add to your cart.
Dr. Munster has been elected secretary of the American Burn Association
Item 5: "Bayview Top Docs", 1998Add to your cart.
Andrew Munster
Item 6: Andrew M.Munster, M.D., FRCS, FACS., December 8, 1998Add to your cart.
Dr. Munster serves as director of the Baltimore Regional Burn Center since 1976
Item 7: Obutuaries, September 27, 2003Add to your cart.

The Sun

Bayview online

Inside Hopkins Medicine

Remembers Anderw M. Munster

Baltimore messenger-"A Dying Doctor's regret: He never broke 90 in golf"

Eulogy by Dr. Robert Spence

Item 8: Pictures though the yearsAdd to your cart.
1979 - 2000
Item 9: Garden-Variety goblins, October 24, 1996Add to your cart.
Winner of Gold Medal from the National level stamp show, BALPEX
Item 10: Allied Health; Carring for burn patients-it's a team approach, March 7, 1999Add to your cart.
Baltimore Sun
Item 11: A "FANtastic" event at Ravens stadium, December 27, 1998Add to your cart.
Baltimore Sun
Item 12: Dr. Andrew Munster, 67, burn center chief, September 30, 2003Add to your cart.
The Sun
Folder 28: Mutahi, LydiaAdd to your cart.

Department of Medicine

November 10, 2009

Employee of the month

Story

Series 4: Files of persons with last name beginning with NAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Naval, NeerajAdd to your cart.
Item 1: New physician joins JH BMC, November 11, 2010Add to your cart.
Info saved on L: picture
Folder 13: Nayak, SeemaAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Welcome New Infection Diseases Providers, September 23, 2011Add to your cart.
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Folder 12: Nayfeh, TariqAdd to your cart.

Orthopaedic Division

Assistant Professor

Item 1: Hip or Knee Pain Slowing You Down?, May 26, 2011Add to your cart.
Free seminar
Folder 10: Necochea, AlejandroAdd to your cart.

Instructor, Medicine

Assistant Division Director, CIMS

Alejandro Necochea, M.D., MPH, earned a medical degree at Yale School of Medicine. He trained in internal medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and in preventive medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He also earned a master’s in public health at The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Dr. Necochea has interests in the integration of public health and traditional medical care, particularly in the prevention and management of chronic disease, as well as patient safety and quality improvement in the delivery of healthcare. He is actively involved with local community associations and non-profit organizations that serve underprivileged populations in Baltimore City.

Item 1: Welcome New Hospitalists, June 29, 2009Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 4: Neely, MichaelAdd to your cart.
Associate Director of the Office of Communications and Public Affairs
Item 1: Michael Neely named Associate Director, Communications and Public Affairs, 5/14/2007Add to your cart.
15 years experience in media & marketing to the BMC; picture
Folder 1: Nesheiwat, HayatAdd to your cart.
Nurse manager for the orthopedic outpatient department
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, April 6, 2006Add to your cart.
Named Executive Board Director of the National Association of Orthopedic Nursing
Folder 15: Neste, CarolynAdd to your cart.
Carolyn Neste, Patient safety nurse
Item 1: Named Emergency Department Safety Nurse, January 27, 2014Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Folder 2: Neustadt, John, 11/1/1916Add to your cart.
Assistant Chief of Medicine for Psychiatry, 1957-1961; Chief of Psychiatry, March 1961-1963.
Item 1: July 21, 1956Add to your cart.
CV
Item 2: The Evening Sun, November 20, 1964Add to your cart.
obituary
Item 3: Washington D.C. Star, November 17, 1947Add to your cart.
Miss Houghteling and Mr. Neustadt marriage announcement
Item 4: October 27, 1953Add to your cart.
Johns Hopkins University individual record card for faculty members
Folder 8: Newell, GregoryAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Pastoral Care Dept Welcome New Staff, January 31, 2011Add to your cart.

Saved on L:

Reverend Gregory Newell has been named the supervisory clinical pastoral education

(CPE) resident. He will be serving as a chaplain, as well as participating in an

education process for certification as a pastoral educator. Reverend Newell comes to

us from Louisville, Kentucky, where he was part of the pastoral care team at Jewish

Hospital and St. Mary’s Health Care. He previously served in the US Air Force for

many years as a senior non-commissioned officer educational instructor.

Folder 9: Nguyen, HienAdd to your cart.

joins Department of Surgery

June 15, 2009

Item 1: Hien Nguyen, M.D., Featured on WBAL"s Medical Alert, May4, 2012Add to your cart.
Board-certified in general surgery, Dr. Nguyen specializes in single incision surgery, natural orifice surgery, robotic surgery and laparoscopic bariatric surgery.
Item 2: Nguyen WBAL Hernia Interview, May 14, 2012Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Folder 3: Nizer, JenniferAdd to your cart.
Director of the Child Day Care Center
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, July 26, 2007Add to your cart.
Appointed Vice President, Central Maryland Association for the Education of Young Children (CMAEYC)
Item 2: Inside Hopkins Bayview, January 14, 2009Add to your cart.
Elected President of Maryland State Child Care Association
Item 3: Inside Hopkins Bayview, March 14, 2008Add to your cart.
Receives United Way's Community Ambassador award
Item 4: Inside Hopkins Bayview, November 30, 2006Add to your cart.
Elected to the 2007-2008 board of the Maryland State Child Care Association (MSCCA)
Item 5: Named Chair of the Early Childhood Development Advisory Council, November 17, 2011Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Item 6: Appointed to State Advisory Council on Early Childhood Education and Care, July 17, 2013Add to your cart.

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This council facilitates the development and enhancement of high-quality systems of early childhood education and care, which are designed to improve school preparedness.

Item 7: Appointed to Governor's Leadership Council, April 17, 2014Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Jennifer Nizer has been appointed to Governor O'Malley P-20 Leadership Council of Maryland.

Folder 6: Nocar, SummerAdd to your cart.
Radiology Technisian
Item 1: Congratulation , Employees of the Month, 5/10/2010Add to your cart.

Offerd significant support during winter blizzard

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Folder 5: Nodel, AlexanderAdd to your cart.
Director of the noninvasive vascular laboratory, 2008
Series 1: Alexander Nodel appointed Director, Non-Invasive Vascular Lab, 4/4/2008Add to your cart.
Congratulations to A. Nodel, 25 years experience
Folder 14: Noe, PaulaAdd to your cart.
Dr. Paula Noe, Palliative Medicine Director at JHBMC
Item 1: Palliative Care News, July 3, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Dr. Noe, board certified in Hospice and Palliative Medicine, completed her training and was a member of the Palliative Care faculty at University of Texas Southwestern before coming to Bayview.

Folder 11: Norman, Philip S.Add to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins University 

Division  School of Medicine 

Department  SOM DOM Bay Clinical Immunology 

Title  PROFESSOR

Item 1: Allergists Elect Dr. Norman, March 25, 1974Add to your cart.
Dr. Norman elected president for 1974 of the American Academy of Allergy
Item 2: Norman gets allergy post, 1974Add to your cart.
President of American Academy of Allergy
Item 3: Philip Norman heads Allergy Academy, February 26, 1975Add to your cart.
The Evening Sun
Item 4: Philip S. Norman, MD, 1989Add to your cart.
About Dr. Norman
Item 5: Treatment of Allergies a Disgrace, December 27, 1977Add to your cart.

12-27-1977

"Cromolyn is the first of the drugs which actually blockade the allergic reaction"

Series 5: Files of persons with last name beginning with OAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: O'Brien, Richard J.Add to your cart.

Richard O'Brien, M.D., Ph.D., Chief

Associate Professor, Neurology

Education: M.D., Harvard Medical School; residency program - Massachusetts General Hospital; fellowship in neuromuscular diseases - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Specialties/Interests: research on how the brain adapts to change (plasticity) and how neurodegenerative diseases alter this; dementia, stroke and peripheral neuropathy

Item 1: Research Activities, 2005Add to your cart.
publications;
Item 2: Named Associate dean for Research of Johns Hopkins Bayview, September 5, 2012Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Welcoming from David Hellman;

Item 3: Dr. Richard O'Brien in the lab, October 23, 2007Add to your cart.
Picture by William Klosicki
Item 4: Farewell Party, June 9, 2014Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Folder 5: Olden, ScottAdd to your cart.
Patient Care  manager for the Medicine B unit
Item 1: JH Bayview Promotes Scott Olden, MS, RN, 4/18/2006Add to your cart.
worked as clinical nurse specialist since May 2004, promoted to patient care manager
Folder 7: Oliver, GerardAdd to your cart.
Facilities Manager
Item 1: Congratulations to Gerard OliverAdd to your cart.
Winner of the Heart Walk Valentine's Day fund-raiser.  Information saved on L:
Folder 8: Olivi, AlessandroAdd to your cart.

Professor of Neurosurgery and Oncology

Director of Neurosurgical Oncology

Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery

The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Photo

Item 1: Professor of Neurosurgery and OncologyAdd to your cart.
Surgical treatment and metastatic tumors of brain and spinal cord
Item 2: Daily Record names Olivi and Quinones-Hinojosa "Health Care Hero" Finalists, 3/24/2010Add to your cart.
Named finalist in the Daily Records 2010 "Health Care Heroes" awarde.
Item 3: Olivi Podcast, 2011Add to your cart.

CD # 0197 audio, find CD in the CDs Photographic Collection Box

Alessandro Olivi

Neuro Sur Neurosurgical Oncology -Brain Tumor

PROFESSOR

Folder 4: Olnes, MattAdd to your cart.
Medical resident at Bayview, 2002
Item 1: Olnes recognized by American College of Physicians, 6/24/2002Add to your cart.
olnes recieved the top honor for his research poster at the National Meeting of the American College of physicians in Philadelphia
Folder 2: Omotosho, TolaAdd to your cart.

Tola Omotosho, M.D., FACOG

Assistant Professor, Obstetrics/Obstetrics

Areas of Special Interest

Lower urinary tract symptoms

Painful bladder syndrome

Pelvic organ prolapse

Pelvic reconstructive surgery

Urinary and fecal incontinence

Board Certification

American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

As a new specialist at the Johns Hopkins Women’s Center for Pelvic Health, Dr. Omotosho brings expertise in diagnosing and treating pelvic floor disorders, especially urinary and fecal incontinence, and painful bladder syndrome. She has expertise in both surgical and non-surgical treatments for these conditions. Dr. Omotosho also specializes in reconstructive surgeries for pelvic organ prolapse.

A fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Dr. Omotosho has been published in International Urogynecology Journal and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, and American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) Fellows Literature Reviews. In addition, Dr. Omotosho has received competitive national research grants for her interests in Sexual Function and Activity in Women with Pelvic Floor Disorders and Overactive Bladder and Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms.

Folder 10: Opulencia, HectorAdd to your cart.
Hector Opulencia, Community Psychiatry Programsince 1995
Item 1: Promoted to CPP Program Manager, January 16, 2014Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

He will share program leadership of IOPA with Sharon Praissman

Folder 1: Orosco, RowenaAdd to your cart.
RN, Burn Center (clinical care); Nursing Excellence Award 2007, 7/30/2007
Folder 9: Orth, CarolAdd to your cart.
Carol Orth, Dept of Community Psychiatry, Clinical Supervisor, LIC/CPP
Item 1: Receives 2013 Bea Robbins Award for Excellence in Psychiatry, September 18, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

She has developed special skills in working with adults who are not able to respond to traditional therapies.

Folder 3: Ouyang, PamelaAdd to your cart.

Professor, Cardiology

Program Director, GCRC

Curriculum Vitae (CV), Publications (PubMed)

Specialties/Interests

Clinical - ischemic heart disease, cardiovascular disease in women

Research - vascular effects of sex hormones, subclinical atherosclerosis, clinical trials in cardiology

Board Certifications

Internal Medicine

Cardiovascular Disease

Item 1: Pamela Ouyang, MF, Associte Professor of Medicine, 12/8/1998Add to your cart.
Career highlites
Item 2: Keys to a Woman's Heart, 2/1/2009Add to your cart.
New program provides multifaceted care for women with cardiovascular disease
Item 3: Dr. Pamela Ouyang Promoted to Professor, February 15, 2005Add to your cart.
Congratulations
Box 4: Biographical Files P-TAdd to your cart.
Series 1: Files of persons with last name beginning with PAdd to your cart.
Folder 30: Parakh, KapilAdd to your cart.
Dr. Kapil Parakh, Assis. Professor,  Cardiology, Director of Heart Failure
Item 1: Named White House Fellow, September 13, 2013Add to your cart.

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Dr. Parakh leads heart failure quality improvements in collaboration with the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare

Folder 17: Park, Hee-JungAdd to your cart.

Assistant Professor of ophthalmology,

at the Kieger Children Eye Center at the Wilmer Institute at JHBMC

career highlights

Folder 3: Park, PamelaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, March 3, 2009Add to your cart.
Pamela Park, RN, wins Care Center Bright Idea contest
Folder 6: Parsons, LanaAdd to your cart.
Burn Trauma Coordinator, Baltimore Regional Burn Center.   Was a Nurse Practitioner in the ambulatory medicine clinic for 14 years.
Item 1: February 22, 1994Add to your cart.
Article discussing Lana Parsons, NP,  in the Burn Center
Item 2: Funeral Services for Lana Parsons, August 9, 2011Add to your cart.

Infor saved on E:

Lana Parsons worked in the Burn Center

for many years and was known

throughout the state for her

dedication to teaching burn care to

pre-hospital providers.

Folder 27: Pasternak, Reuven, June 6, 2005Add to your cart.
Dr. Reuven Pasternak, Vice Dean for Bayview Campus
Item 1: A Fond Farewell from Reuven Pasternak, M.D., MPH, MBA, June 6, 2005Add to your cart.
by Reuven Pasternak
Item 2: CD, Dr. Pasternak, May 2005Add to your cart.

CD # 0079 see in the CDs Photographic Collection box

Pictures,

Bibliography 1980-2005,

CV 1968- June 2005

Folder 23: Patel, NeeshaAdd to your cart.
Manager for general surgical clinic and vascular clinic
Item 1: Farewell Celebration, December 6, 2011Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Folder 20: Patel, SilkaAdd to your cart.

SOM OB GYN Bay Gynecology Obstetrics Bay 

 

Title  INSTRUCTOR

Item 1: Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics Welcomes New, August 18, 2011Add to your cart.

Infor saved on E:; Picture

The Department of

Gynecology and

Obstetrics is pleased

to welcome new

physician

Folder 22: Pearse, DavidAdd to your cart.
Director of the Medical intensive care unit (MICU)
Item 1: Medical Director of MICU, October 9, 2011Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

short biography

Folder 11: Pennachia, NancyAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Employee of the month, 4/23/2010Add to your cart.
Nancy always help someone who need help. Info saved on L:
Folder 14: Pentz, William F., Oct 20, 1874Add to your cart.
Bayview Asylum Certificate. Medical and Surgical practice training from April 20, 1874 to Oct 20, 1874.  Photo copy, there is original document too.
Folder 18: Perkins, RachelAdd to your cart.

Labor & delivery, Nurse

Employee of the month, June 18, 2009

story

Folder 8: Perkins, Theodore D.Add to your cart.
Assistant Director of Baltimore City Hospitals, effective May 15.
Item 1: The Evening Sun, March 27, 1964Add to your cart.
Resignes as administrator of Provident Hospital to accept position as assistant director of Baltimore City Hospitals
Item 2: New Assistant Director Appointed, May 1964Add to your cart.

The Record, Vol.VI, No4

Shotr biography

Folder 24: Perlin, SeymorAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Hopkins Promotes Five on Medical Faculty, June 21, 1965Add to your cart.

The Evening Sun, 6-21-1965

Dr. Seymour Perlin promoted to rank of professor at the JHU SOM

Folder 15: Peterlin, LeeAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Welcome B.Lee Peterlin, D.O., to the JH Headche Center, 8/31/2010Add to your cart.

Joins as director of Headache Research Center;

Picture;

Brief biography, research interests.

Info saved on L:

Folder 1: Petersen, KatyaAdd to your cart.
Director of Environmental Services at Johns Hopkins Bayview.  Served as Director of Environmental Services and the Patient Vision Program at Southwest Washington Medical Center in Vancouver, WA.  Completed training in hospitality and food service management in Malta.  Received dual bachelor's and master's degrees in communicable diseases and cross cultural communication from Evangel University in Louisiana.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, November 10, 2008Add to your cart.
Katya Peterson has been named Director of Environmental Services.
Folder 13: Peterson, Ronald, September 29, 1948Add to your cart.

Executive Director of BCH 1982-1984

President of FSK MC 1984-1994

Item 1: Ronald R. Peterson, 1994Add to your cart.
Biography information
Item 2: Short biography information, 1994Add to your cart.
Professional experience and publications
Item 3: A Fiscal Surgeon Takes the Reins at Troubled City Hospital, September 14, 1982Add to your cart.

Evening Sun

Ronald Peterson has taken over as executive director of financially troubled BCH

Item 4: For immediate Relese, September 7, 1994Add to your cart.
R.R.Peterson was recently named president of FSK MC, Inc., at JHMI
Item 5: News, November 2, 1984Add to your cart.
R.R.Peterson has been named to the Maryland Hospital Association's administrative and management functions committee
Item 6: Ronals PetersonAdd to your cart.
Short biorgaphy
Item 7: Ronald R. PetersonAdd to your cart.
Biography
Item 8: Hopkins Bayview Salutes Ronald R. Peterson, May 2, 2005Add to your cart.
Peterson has been inducted into the Maryland Chamber of Commerce's Maryland Business Hall of Fame.
Item 9: Peterson to lead Hopkins Hospital, December 19, 1996Add to your cart.
The Sun
Item 10: Peterson Named Hopkins Persident, December 19, 1996Add to your cart.
Daily Record
Item 11: Hopkins Hospital taps new president, December 20, 1996Add to your cart.
Baltimore Business Journal
Item 12: Bayview looks back, ahead, September 11, 1998Add to your cart.

Baltimore Business Journal

Bayview: Hopkins made success of ailing hospital

Item 13: Tribute to honor Ron Peterson, November 4, 1999Add to your cart.

East County Times,

R. Peterson - the retiring president of JHBMC.  He will succeeded by Gregory Schaffer

Item 14: Business at a Glance, October 28, 1999Add to your cart.
Dundalk Eagle
Item 15: Peterson named president of Jhons Hopkins Hospital, December 19, 1996Add to your cart.
The Sun
Item 16: Peterson Named Hopkins President, December 19, 1996Add to your cart.
Daily Record
Item 17: Ronald R. Peterson, October 6, 2000Add to your cart.
Baltimore Business Journal
Item 19: Hopkins Bayview Salutes Ronald R. Peterson, May 2, 2005Add to your cart.

Ron Petterson has been inducted into the Maryland Chamber of Commerce's Maryland Business Hall of Fame.

recognition of his contribution to Hopkins, Baltimore, Maryland

Folder 29: Petronis, JohnAdd to your cart.
Dr. John Petronis, 27 years director of nuclear medicine.
Item 1: Retirement Celebration, June 12, 2013Add to your cart.

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Dr. Petronis first arrived in June 1986, resident education, teaching awards

Folder 2: Pfeiffer, Rev. JamesAdd to your cart.
Served as chaplain resident at Univ of Penn Health System as as chaplain associate at Philhaven Behavioral Healthcare.  Spent nine years in Namibia as a missionary teacher.  Received bachelor's degree in biblical studies and Christian education from Philadelphia Biblical University.  Earned his Master of Divinity degree from Biblical Theological Seminary in Hatfiled, PA, and a Master of Theology degree from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, October 9, 2007Add to your cart.
Johns Hopkins Bayview welcomes the Rev. James Pfeiffer as chaplain to the emergency department.
Item 2: Gertification from Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc., December 1, 2011Add to your cart.

nformation saved on E:

This certification allows him to educate chaplain interns and other CPE students about the art providing spiritual care as part of Johns Hopkins Bayview’s accredited Clinical Pastoral Education program.

Item 3: Fond Farewell to Chaplain Jim Pfeiffer, June 27, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Jim Pfeiffer has accepted a position at St. Vincent's Health System in Indianapolis, IN

Folder 28: Phillis, CarolynAdd to your cart.
Carolyn Phillis, Director of Regulatory Affairs
Item 1: Named Director of Regulatory Affairs, February 27, 2013Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Folder 25: Pike, EmmaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Miss Pike to Be Honored June 27, June 26, 1970Add to your cart.

News American, 6-26-1970

27 years of service;

Foundersof the Maryland Licensed Practical Nurses Association

Folder 19: Piper, Edward G.Add to your cart.

Baltimore Business Journal, August 16, 2002

Training specialist

Folder 7: Pollack, AbouAdd to your cart.
Was Chief of Pathology at Baltimore City Hospitals from 1953 until his death in 1971.
Item 1: Memorial Service speechAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Abou D. Pollack, Pathology, September 1960Add to your cart.

Short biographical infprmation

The Record Vol. III, No. 2

Folder 16: Polydefkis, MichaelAdd to your cart.

Michael Polydefkis, M.D.

Director, Electromyography (EMG) at Hopkins Bayview

Director, Hopkins Bayview Neuromuscular Lab

Associate Professor, Neurology

Education:

•M.D., residency and fellowship - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Specialties/Interests:

•Neuromuscular diseases with particular areas of focus in peripheral nerve diseases particularly diabetic and HIV-associated peripheral neuropathy;

•Nerve conduction studies, electromyography and nerve, skin and muscle biopsy reading

•The role of nerve growth factor expression in human peripheral nerve regeneration

•Novel models of human nerve regeneration

•Identification of factors influencing nerve regeneration in diabetes and HIV infection

•Clinical trials of promising neurotrophic agents using novel measures of axonal regeneration

Item 1: Photographic Portrait, January 24, 2005Add to your cart.
4 x 6 color photographic portrait of Michael Polydefkis.
Folder 26: Post, MarcyAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Post Named Clinical Quality Specialist, August 13, 2012Add to your cart.
Infor saved on E:
Folder 21: Powers, George Melville, September 16, 1912 - January 1966Add to your cart.
The Reverent, Redemptorist Priest
Folder 5: Preto, JohnAdd to your cart.
Had a leadership position atg the University of Maryland Medical Center.  Earned his undergraduate and master's degrees in nursing at the University of Maryland School of Nursing.  Holds advanced certification in nursing administration from the American Nurses Association.  Member of the American Association of Nurse Executives.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, March 10, 2008Add to your cart.
Appointed director of nursing for medicine.
Folder 9: Price, Leigh AnnAdd to your cart.
Plastic & reconstruction surgeon, Burn Center
Item 1: Leigh Ann price, M.D. joins JH Burn Center, 3/19/2010Add to your cart.
Bibliograph information with photo
Folder 12: Price, Reggie, 10/21/2008Add to your cart.
Lutheran layman,works in campusministry at Morgan St University, will work on Med A and Med B
Folder 4: Prince, DebbieAdd to your cart.
Joined Bayview Physicians from the School of Medicine Medical Service Plan as manager of information services.  In April 1998 she was named associate director, systems development for JHBMC and JHBP.
Item 1: Email from Gregory Schaffer, June 23, 1999Add to your cart.
Was named acting director of Information Services for JHBMC and JHBP.
Item 2: Prince has been named senior director of information services, February 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Punjabi, Naresh M.Add to your cart.

Associate Professor of Medicine

Education:

B.S.  Biomedical Engineering, Northwestern University

M.D. University of Chicago

Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University

Residency:

Johns Hopkins University Osler Medical Service

Fellowship:

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Certification:

Internal Medicine 

Pulmonary Medicine

Critical Care Medicine

Sleep Medicine

Clinical Practice:

Sleep disorders

Pulmonary and critical care medicine

Research Interests:

Epidemiology of sleep apnea

Effects of sleep apnea on cardiovascular and metabolic outcomes

Series 2: Files of persons with last name beginning with QAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Qualls, RhondaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, February 2, 2009Add to your cart.
Receives 2009 Henry Gutman Service Award
Folder 2: Quinones-Hinojosa, AlfredoAdd to your cart.

Education: M.D. - Harvard Medical School; residency in neurosurgery, postdoctoral fellowship in developmental and stem cell biology - University of California, San Francisco

Specialties/Interests: primary and metastatic brain tumors, with emphasis on motor and speech mapping during surgery; intradural spinal tumors, brainstem and eloquent brain tumors in adults; pituitary tumors; skull base tumors; the role of stem cells in the origin of brain tumors and their role in fighting brain cancer and regaining neurological function

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, July 24, 2006Add to your cart.
Recipient of the Physician-Scientist Early Career Award, created by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.  Also, Dr. Quinones-Hinojosa is a 2006 inductee to the Hispanic Scholardship fund Hall of Fame.
Item 2: Inside Hopkins Bayview, January 10, 2006Add to your cart.
Appointed assistant professor of Neurological Surgery and Oncology
Item 3: Reader's Digest, February 2008Add to your cart.
An Illegal Immigrant Turned Brain Surgeon - with His Own Two Hands
Item 4: The Today Show, July 22, 2008Add to your cart.
Once a migrant worker, today he's a brain surgeon
Item 5: The Examiner Baltimore, July 8, 2008Add to your cart.
Brain Trust
Item 6: Daily Record names Olivi and Quinones-Hinojosa "health Care Hero" Finalists, 3/24/2010Add to your cart.
Dr. Quinones was nominated for his work and research with JH Bayview Brain Tumor Surgery Program
Item 7: Celebrating Dr. Q Book, February 22, 2012Add to your cart.

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Join us to celebrate Dr. Q

Invitation from Drs Hellmann, Olivi, Brem, Bennett

Item 8: Becoming Dr. Q, February 22, 2012Add to your cart.

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Dr. Q will reflect on his story, reception and book signing

Series 3: Files of persons with last name beginning with RAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Radu, CharlotteAdd to your cart.
Infection control coordinator at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Care Center
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, February 20, 2009Add to your cart.
Receives 2008 Maryland Immunization Excellence Award
Item 2: Retirement Farewell Party, August 2, 2013Add to your cart.

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25 years in service

Folder 39: Rand, CynthiaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Named Ass Dean for Faculty of JHBMC, September 5, 2012Add to your cart.
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Folder 13: Raphael, Angela, July 27, 2010Add to your cart.

Administrative Resident

Health Service Administration;

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Folder 38: Rapisarda, GregoryAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Welcome Father Gregory Rapisarda, August 10, 2012Add to your cart.
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Folder 27: Rappaport, Mazie F.Add to your cart.
Item 3: Welcome - Miss Rappaport, September 1959Add to your cart.

Ms. Mazie Rappaport will be new Director of Medical Social Service

The Record Vol. II, No.2

Item 1: Mazie Rappaport, April, 1978Add to your cart.
Condolences to the family
Item 2: In Memoriam Mazie F. RappaportAdd to your cart.

Sociolog, Fall 1978

Rappaport created BCH Department of Social Work in October 1959

Folder 37: Rastegar, DariusAdd to your cart.

Department of Medicine, Chemical Dependence Unit,

Medical Director

Item 1: Dr. Rastegar Promoted to Associate Professor of Medicine, May 12, 2012Add to your cart.
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Folder 14: Rathbun, Howard K., April4, 1914 - August 24, 1984Add to your cart.

Member of the DOM from 1939-1979

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Item 1: Obituary, August 1984Add to your cart.
by Dr. Ed. Beacham
Item 2: Photograph, unknownAdd to your cart.
4 x 5 B & W negative of photograph of Dr. Howard R Rathbun.
Item 3: Howard K. Rathbun Award, June 1987Add to your cart.

About award

The ninth annual medical housestaff awards were presentedin June 1987

Drs. Grace A. Cordts, Michael Fingerhood,

Folder 1: Ravitch, Mark, 1910 -March 3, 1989Add to your cart.
Chief of Surgery, 1956-1966
Item 1: Russians Find Staples Useful in Surgical Work, February 10, 1959Add to your cart.

Baltimore News-Post, 2-10-1959

Dr. Ravitch bought two instruments in medical supply store in Leningrad

Item 2: Hopkins Promotes Five on Medical Faculty, June 21, 1965Add to your cart.

The Evening Sun, 6-21-1965

Dr. Mark Ravitch promoted to the rank of professor at the JHU SOM.

Item 3: Farewell Dinner, January 25, 1966Add to your cart.
Invitation for party
Item 4: Dr. Ravitch Ends 35 Hopkins Years, January 28, 1966Add to your cart.

Baltimore Sun, 1-28-1966

Dr. Ravitch leaves JHU, will be head of pediatric surgery at the univer of Chicago

Item 5: Denis Browne Award, October 6, 1988Add to your cart.

Hopkins Medical news, 10-6-1988

Denis Brown Gold Medal of the British Association of Pediatric Surgeons

Item 6: Pitt and Montefiore Establish Named Surgery Chair, October 21, 1988Add to your cart.

"The Ravitch Chair"

University of Pittsburgh and Montefiore hospital announces the establishment of 1,3 million mark M. Ravitch Chair in Surgery to be based at Montefiore

Item 7: Obituary, March 3, 1989Add to your cart.
Baltimore Sun, 3-3-1989
Item 8: Deaths Elsewhere, March 5, 1989Add to your cart.

Washington Post, 3-5-1989

Dr Ravitch, 78, died of cancer at his home at Pittsburgh

Item 9: Dedication of the Mark Ravitch Endowed Professorship in Surgery, 1983?Add to your cart.

Program of event

Dr. Ravitch academic Training Appointments

Item 10: Obituary from School of Medicine University of Pittsburgh, March 3, 1989Add to your cart.
Short biography and career highlights
Item 11: Mark M(itchell) Ravitch 1910-1989, April 21, 1998Add to your cart.
Obituary
Item 12: Mark M. Ravitch and the American Surgical Association, May 1990Add to your cart.

Surgical Rounds, 5-1990

Festschrift to Mark M. Ravitch, M.D.

Item 13: Down and out in Pittsburgh, 2001Add to your cart.
Surgery 2001, by David W. McFadden, MD
Item 14: The mid-century revolution in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery, 2004Add to your cart.
by A.P. Naef
Folder 10: Rayman, Krystle, 4/23/2010Add to your cart.
Valentines day presents for patients. Info saved on L:
Folder 25: Reckert-Reusing, SandyAdd to your cart.

Director of Public Affairs Office

2007-2010

Item 1: Sandy Reckert named Director of Public Affairs, February 26, 2007Add to your cart.

Congratulation

Brief biography

Folder 2: Redding, Joseph StaffordAdd to your cart.
Assistant professor of Anesthesiology / 1962
Item 1: Curriculum Vitae, Bibliography, and Research, 1963Add to your cart.
Item 2: Individual Record card for Faculty Members, December 12, 1958Add to your cart.
Folder 28: Reich, BarbaraAdd to your cart.

EXECUTIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT 

Office Address  - Human Resources

Item 1: Retirement Party, January 28, 2011Add to your cart.
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Folder 29: Reifsnyder, ThomasAdd to your cart.

Chief of division of Vascular Surgery

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• General Surgery

• Carotid Artery Disease

• Peripheral Arterial Disease

• Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

• Dialysis Access

• Visceral Vessel Reconstruction

• Redo Lower Extremity Vascular Reconstruction

• Diabetic Foot Reconstruction

• Limb Salvage Surgery

• Aortic Aneurysms

• Carotid Body Tumors

• Endovascular Therapies

Department/Division

• Surgery - Vascular Surgery

Training:

• Indiana University School of Medicine(1985)

Residency:

• General Surgery, Medical College of Wisconsin(1990)

Fellowships:

• Vascular Surgery, Medical College of Wisconsin(1992)

• Endovascular Surgery, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine(1999)

Certifications:

• Surgery, American Board of Surgery(1999)

• Vascular Surgery, American Board of Surgery(2001)

Item 1: Reifsnyder Receives 2009 Lillemoe Award, August 12, 2009Add to your cart.

Congratulation

about award

Item 2: Thomas Reifsnyder, M.D., Voted Outstanding Teachers, July 10, 2011Add to your cart.

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Congratulations to Thomas Reifsnyder, M.D., chief of the Division of Vascular Surgery, who received the two Keith D. Lillemoe Faculty Teaching Awards, from both the 2011 senior and junior Halsted surgical residents.

Folder 17: Reinblatt, MauraAdd to your cart.

Maura Reinblatt, M.D.

    * Dr. Reinblatt's C.V.

Maura Reinblatt, M.D., earned a medical degree at McGill University School of Medicine in Montreal, Canada. She completed a residency in general surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital of Harvard Medical School and a two-year surgical oncology research fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York. Dr. Reinblatt recently finished a second residency in plastic surgery at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Board-certified by the American Board of Surgery, Dr. Reinblatt

has been published in the Annals of Surgery and the Journal of the American College of Surgeons and Surgery. Her clinical interests include facial aesthetic surgery such as nose reshaping and eyelid surgery, breast surgery, body contouring and reconstructive surgery.

Item 1: Maura renblatt, M.D. Joins the Division of Plastic Surgery, August 29, 2008Add to your cart.
Brief biography information
Item 2: Dr. M. Reinblatt CVAdd to your cart.
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Folder 24: Reitz, Judy A.Add to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

Division Johns Hopkins Health System

Department Executive COO

Title EXECUTIVE

Campus/Office Address Johns Hopkins Health System

VP, Quality Improvement, JHM

VP Operations Integration, JHHS

Item 1: One of the Top 100 Women in Maryland is One of Our Own, March 30, 1999Add to your cart.
JHM salutes to Dr. Judy Reitz
Item 2: Women making History at Johns Hopkins Bayview, April 18, 2012Add to your cart.

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First woman to hold the position of Executive Vice President at JHH

Folder 4: Renjel, JoanneAdd to your cart.
Has more than 25 years experience in emergency nursing and is certified by the Emergency Nurses Association in emergency nursing.
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, July 12, 2009Add to your cart.
Appointed Patient Care Manager
Folder 40: Reeses, CarrollAdd to your cart.
Carroll Reese, Respiratory Supervisor/Safety Coordinator
Item 1: Reese Promoted to Respiratory Supervisor/Safety Coordinator, September 23, 2012Add to your cart.

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C.Reese named acute care supervisor and respiratory department charge therapist

Folder 21: Reuland, CharlesAdd to your cart.

Charles Reuland, MHS, Sc.D.

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Charles Reuland, MHS, Sc.D.Charles Reuland, MHS, Sc.D., began his Hopkins career as an administrative resident at the Francis Scott Key Medical Center from 1990-1991. He was then recruited as manager of social work and patient relations at Johns Hopkins Hospital. In 1993, Dr. Reuland assumed the role of assistant administrator for the department of surgery and, two years later, became the director of managed care contracting in the office of managed care for Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Before being appointed executive vice president and chief operating officer of Johns Hopkins Bayview, Dr. Reuland served as vice president of clinical operations for the Medical Center and as an administrator for the department of medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital for eight years.

Education

University of Michigan, BA

The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, MHS

The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Sc.D.

Professional Memberships

American Hospital Association

Maryland Hospital Association

Item 1: Charles reuland, MHS, Sc.D., Named VP of Clinical Operations, June 18, 2007Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Item 2: Reuland Appointed COO and EVP, August 1, 2009Add to your cart.

Announcement by Dr. Bennett

Reuland appointed as the new executive vice president and chief operating ifficer for the JHBMC

Folder 35: Ricaurte, George A.Add to your cart.

Professor, Neurology

Education:

M.D. - Northwestern University Medical School

Doctorate in pharmacology - University of Chicago

Residency in neurology - Stanford University Medical Center

Fellowship - Parkinson's Institute in California

Specialties/Interests:

Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders

Neurotoxicology of amphetamine-type stimulants

Item 1: Hopkins doctors used mislabeled drugs in ecstasy tests, September 12, 2003Add to your cart.
Washington Blade
Folder 19: Ridings, VeronicaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Veronica Ridings Named Clinical Systems Manager at Johns Hopkins Bayview, March 20, 2008Add to your cart.

Riding, RN, MS

brief biography

Folder 15: Riedele, StefanAdd to your cart.

Stefan Riedel, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of

medicine for The Johns Hopkins University School of

Medicine and director of the clinical pathology

laboratories at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical

Center and The Johns Hopkins Hospital, is now a

certified diplomate of the American Board of Medical

Microbiology (ABMM).

Item 1: Stefan Riedel, M.D., Ph.D., Certified as ABMM Diplomate, 10/14/2010Add to your cart.

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Photo;

Information about ABMM and CLIA, American College of Microbiology

Folder 26: Riley, ShereeAdd to your cart.
Director of Service Excellence
Item 1: Sheree Riley appointed Director of Service Excellence at JH Bayview, September 25, 2007Add to your cart.
Brief history and picture
Folder 12: Risemberg, Herman, Oct 25, 1934Add to your cart.
Item 1: Curriculum VitaeAdd to your cart.
not full
Folder 41: Ritenour, ReginaAdd to your cart.
Regina retinour, Director of Social Work Dept
Item 1: Award from Maryland University, March 7, 2011Add to your cart.

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Regina Ritenour, director of the department of social work, has been awarded the Alumni Emeritus Award by the University of Maryland School of Social Work.

Folder 8: Robbins, BeaAdd to your cart.
Manager of Geriatric Psychiatry/Neuropsychiatry outpatient mental health services
Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview broadcast mail, June 15, 2009Add to your cart.
Was chosen as one of the recipients of the Martin Luther King Jr. Award for Community Service
Folder 23: Roberts, CarmenAdd to your cart.
Clinical Dietitian, MS, RD, LDN
Item 1: Outstanding Dietitian of the Year, May 19, 2006Add to your cart.

Congratulation;

Brief biography

Folder 20: Robinson, JoEllenAdd to your cart.

Sleep Study program, Neurology Dept

Research Program Manager

Item 1: JoEllen Robinson to Recieve Women's Leadership Award, May 11, 2007Add to your cart.
Presented with award at the 20th Annual JHU Women's Network Spring Luncheon
Folder 11: Robinson, Maxine, 4/14/2009Add to your cart.
an ordained Baptist minister at Care Center, outpatient oncology, ambulatory surgery unit and emergencydept
Folder 22: Rodriguez, AnnabelleAdd to your cart.

Annabelle Rodriguez, M.D.

Associate Professor of Endocrinology

Director, Diabetes Management Service

Annabelle Rodriguez, M.D., director of the Diabetes Management Service at Johns Hopkins Bayview and associate professor of endocrinology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, is board-certified in internal medicine and endocrinology/metabolism.

Dr. Rodriguez cares for patients with cholesterol disorders and diabetes mellitus. She also focuses on research and education regarding understanding and managing diabetes.

Item 1: Annabelle Rodriguez, M.D., Honored with Burroughs Welcome Fund's Clinical Scientist Award in Transitional Research, April 18, 2007Add to your cart.
$750,000 award for five- year period
Folder 30: Rogers, JeromeAdd to your cart.

Facilities

Employee of the month, June 1, 2009

story

Folder 3: Rogers, LindaAdd to your cart.

Linda Rogers, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Research Coordinator, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

Vulvar pain disorders

Female sexual dysfunction

Vaginitis

Premenstrual syndrome and menstrual migraines

Contraception

Biography

Linda Rogers, CRNP, focuses on most types of general obstetrics and gynecological problems and specializes in the treatment of vulvar pain disorders, vaginitis and female sexual dysfunction. She is involved in research regarding women's health, including studies on contraception, menopause and vulvar pain syndromes. She also collaborates with the Department of Neurology in caring for patients with menstrual migraines.

Folder 34: Rogers, MargeryAdd to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions 

Division  Johns Hopkins Bayview Med Ctr 

Department  Patient Activities 

Title  RECREATIONAL THERAPIST

Item 1: Bayview Welcomes New Director of Rehabilitation Services, February 12, 2004Add to your cart.
Dundalk Eagle
Folder 31: Romans, MarionAdd to your cart.

Admissions

Employee of the month, October 7, 2009

Story

Folder 5: Rosen, AntonyAdd to your cart.

M.D.: University of Cape Town

Internship and Residency: The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Post-doctoral Fellowship: Johns Hopkins University, Rheumatology

Director of the Division of Rheumatology and Professor of Medicine, Cell Biology and Pathology, Dr. Rosen is a creative and effective researcher, clinician and teacher, who has been highly successful in recruiting and mentoring the next generation of clinical and translational investigators in the rheumatic diseases.  Dr. Rosen received his medical degree from the University of Cape Town in South Africa in 1984 with first class honors.  After completing his internship in Medicine and Surgery and a year of postdoctoral study in Medical Biochemistry, he joined Dr. Alan Aderem at the Rockefeller University to pursue postdoctoral studies in Immunology and Cell Biology (1987-1990).

He returned to clinical medicine and was an Osler resident and rheumatology fellow at Johns Hopkins Hospital.  He subsequently joined the faculty at Johns Hopkins and rose to the rank of Professor in 2002.  He has been Director of the Division of Rheumatology since then, overseeing a substantial expansion in the fellowship program and building the faculty from 14 to 23 during that time.

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, March 10, 2006Add to your cart.
Antony Rosen, M.D., Director of Rheumatology was the recipient of The Mary Betty Stevens Professorship in Medicine
Item 2: Inside Hopkins Bayview, March 9, 2009Add to your cart.
Rosen receives Mary Betty Stevens Award
Item 3: Antony Rosen, M.D., Receives Grant for Rheumatoid Arthritis, December 8, 2011Add to your cart.

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Sibley Memorial Hospital has awarded Antony Rosen, M.D., and his colleagues nearly $1.2 million through the Mackley Fund to finance a research project entitled</font></font>

Precision Measurement in Rheumatoid Arthritis.

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New vice dean for research and head of the division of Rheumatology

Folder 6: Rosenberg, JasonAdd to your cart.

Dr. Rosenberg is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated with honors from Harvard University, and received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School. Following an internship in internal medicine at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, MA, Dr. Rosenberg completed his residency in neurology at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. After completing his neurology training, Dr. Rosenberg joined the Hopkins faculty in the department of neurology.

Now an Assistant Professor of Neurology, Dr. Rosenberg sees patients with a variety of general neurological issues, but he now focuses his clinical efforts primarily on the treatment of headaches and facial pain disorders. He founded the Johns Hopkins Headache Center at Bayview in 2006 to more effectively serve patients with these potentially disabling conditions.

A migraine sufferer himself, Dr. Rosenberg is a member of the American Headache Society and the National Headache Foundation. He lectures frequently on the diagnosis and management of headaches to the general public as well as healthcare providers.

Item 1: C.V. of research activitiesAdd to your cart.
Folder 47: Rosenthal, DorothyAdd to your cart.
Dr. Dorothy Rosenthal, Professor, Director of pathology-Cytopathology
Item 1: Rosenthal to Retired as Full-Time Faculty member, June 20, 2005Add to your cart.
Folder 36: Ross, Richard S.Add to your cart.
Item 1: Hopkins Promotes Five on Medical Faculty, June 21, 1965Add to your cart.

The Evening Sun, 6-21-1965

Dr. Richard S. Ross promoted to the rank of the professor at the JHU SOM

Folder 33: Ross, Robert S.Add to your cart.

Daily Record, July 4, 1998

Senior director, support services of the JHBMC

Folder 7: Rothfeld, BenjaminAdd to your cart.
Dr. Robert Ross, Chief, Nuclear Medicine Services BCH / 1977
Item 1: Curriculum Vitae and List of Publications, 1983Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Rowe, BarbaraAdd to your cart.
Director, Quality Management
Item 1: Photographic portraitAdd to your cart.
A 5 x 7 color photographic portrait of Barbara Rowe.
Item 2: Congratulation to Barbara Rowe, Co-Author of Anti-Inflammatory Foods for Health, March 18, 2008Add to your cart.
Congratulation to Barbara Rowe on publishing of her book, Anti-Inflammatory Foods for Health
Item 3: Farewell Celebration for Barbara Rowe anf Dana Moore, June 11, 2012Add to your cart.
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Folder 32: Russell, A. YvonneAdd to your cart.

Executive director

November 1, 1981-July 1, 1982

Item 1: Head of hospital in Boston first choice for top job at City, October 22, 1981Add to your cart.

Evening Sun

Dr. A. Yvonne Russell has backing of both Mayor W.D.Schafer and the Hospital's transitional board of trustees to replace George Havercheck

Item 2: City Hospital executive director quits, July 1, 1982Add to your cart.
Dr. Russell joined the hospital only seven months
Item 3: Letter, August 16, 1988Add to your cart.

to Mr. Cleve Laub, Jr.

about photos from City Hospitals

Series 4: Files of persons with last name beginning with SAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Saatain, BahmanAdd to your cart.
Received his medical degree at Azad University of Tehran, Iran.  Post-doctoral research fellowship at The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, followed by the School of Medicine.  Also completed a residency in internal medicine at Good Samaritan Hospital of Maryland.
Item 1: Saatin, Bahman, 08/07/2008Add to your cart.
JH BMC welcomes new hospitalistsm, photo, career highlights
Folder 17: Sacktor, NedAdd to your cart.

School of Medicine

Department SOM Neuro Bay Neuroimmunology

Title -PROFESSOR

Education:

    * M.D. - University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

    * Residency in neurology, fellowship in behavioral neurology - Columbia University

Specialties/Interests:

    * Dementia and behavioral neurology

    * Research involving cognitive manifestations of HIV infection, including clinical, epidemiological and neuroimaging studies

    * Recognized as the plenary speaker for the Fourth International Symposium on Neurovirology

    * Received the Neurological AIDS Research Consortium New Investigator Award

    * Former president of the Maryland Neurological Society

Folder 43: Safar, Peter, 1924 - August 5, 2003Add to your cart.
Item 1: Biographic Sketch, May 1998Add to your cart.
Item 2: PicturesAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Selected Publications of Peter Safar, M.D.Add to your cart.

Two books keep in the Harrison Library, archival bookcases

Biography, Pictures, Bibliography, selected publications

Item 4: 60,000 Persons to one doctor, July 10, 1959Add to your cart.
Dr. Safar travel through Southeast Asia
Item 5: Peter Safar, M.D., 1987Add to your cart.
Dr. Safar bhas brought about profound changes in emergency and critical care medicine
Item 6: Peter Safar, M.D., to Discuss "resuscitation Medicine from 1000-2000 C.E., July 2000Add to your cart.
Item 7: A Life Devoted to Cheating DeathAdd to your cart.
Dr. Safar died on August 3, 2003.
Item 8: Death Elsewhere, August 5, 2003Add to your cart.
Item 9: Obituary, August 05, 2003Add to your cart.
Renownwe Pitt Physician called "father of CPR"
Item 10: The Breath of Life Dr. Peter Safar, December 31, 2003Add to your cart.
City Paper
Item 11: New Rescue Method gets Spur Her, July 7, 1959Add to your cart.

Sun, 7-7-1959

Three medical groups, one from baltimore were responsible for developing the mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration technique officially adopted by the Amnerican Red Cross

Folder 11: Saidi, EmmanuelAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Welcomes Chaplain Emmanuel Saidi, July 10, 2011Add to your cart.

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Johns Hopkins Bayview welcomes Chaplain Emmanuel Saidi as full-time chaplain and a supervisory clinical pastoral education (CPE) resident.

Brief biography

Folder 36: Salabsky, KimberlyAdd to your cart.
Assistant Director of Development at JHBMC
Series 1: Salabsky Named Assistant Director of Development, January 7, 2009Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 12: Sanderson, Charles, 10/21/2008Add to your cart.
Ukrainian Orthodox layman, is assidned to the six floor
Folder 5: Santosham, MathuranAdd to your cart.
Dr. Mathuran Santosham, Ass. Professor of Medicine / 1981
Item 1: Curriculum Vitae and List of Publications, 1981Add to your cart.
Folder 27: Satin, Andrew J.Add to your cart.

Andrew Satin, M.D.

Andrew J. Satin, M.D., FACOGProfessor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Chair, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Board Certification

    * American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Andrew J. Satin, M.D., FACOG, chair of obstetrics and gynecology at Johns Hopkins Bayview, earned a medical degree at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda and completed a fellowship in maternal-fetal medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX.

Before joing Johns Hopkins Bayview, Dr. Satin was professor and chair of the Uniformed Services University F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He also served as an attending physician at both the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda and Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Satin has been published in various medical journals, including American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Obstetrics & Gynecology. He holds several national leadership positions, including chair of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ Committee on Practice Bulletins and is a member of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Residency Review Committee for Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Dr. Satin is certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in obstetrics and gynecology and maternal-fetal medicine.

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Andrew Satin, M.D.

Professor, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Chair, Obstetrics and Gynecology

Board Certification

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Biography

Andrew J. Satin, M.D., FACOG, chair of obstetrics and gynecology at Johns Hopkins Bayview, earned a medical degree at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda and completed a fellowship in maternal-fetal medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX.

Before joing Johns Hopkins Bayview, Dr. Satin was professor and chair of the Uniformed Services University F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He also served as an attending physician at both the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda and Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Satin has been published in various medical journals, including American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Obstetrics & Gynecology. He holds several national leadership positions, including chair of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ Committee on Practice Bulletins and is a member of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Residency Review Committee for Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Dr. Satin is certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in obstetrics and gynecology and maternal-fetal medicine.

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Dr. Andrew J. Satin, M.D., is appointed as the new director and Dorothy Edwards Professor of the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He will also serve as the director of gynecology and obstetrics for Johns Hopkins Medicine and will assume his new roles on Sept. 1.

Folder 14: Sauder, MichaelAdd to your cart.

DOM, internel medicine resident

2008-2010

Item 1: Congratulation, September 2010Add to your cart.

from Dr. Hellman

Checked out 100 books from the Harrisom Library

Photo

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Folder 6: Sauter, Mary E. (Betty)Add to your cart.

Mary E. (Betty) Sauter, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

General gynecology

Adolescent health

Family planning

Pelvic floor disorders

Menopause

Biography

Mary E. (Betty) Sauter, CRNP, earned undergraduate and master's degrees in nursing at East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. She completed specialized nurse practitioner training at the University of Maryland.

Sauter is a certified women's health care nurse practitioner and adult nurse practitioner.

Folder 18: Schaab, Stacey (Anastasia)Add to your cart.
Item 1: Schaab Director of Performance Improvement at Care Center, April 6, 2009Add to your cart.
Congratulation
Folder 34: Schaffer, Gregory F.Add to your cart.
President of JHBMC 1999-2009
Item 1: Scholarship Named in Honor of Schaffer, June 26, 2009Add to your cart.
The Dietetic Intership Program at JHBMC announced the Gregory F. Schaffer Scholarship
Item 2: Message from Greg Schaffer, March 25, 2008Add to your cart.

Patient satisfaction

HCAHPS

Room for improvement

Item 3: Mr. Gregory Schaffer portraitAdd to your cart.
Robert Smith Photography, Inc.
Item 4: Pictures Mr. Schaffer with Bayview StaffAdd to your cart.
Pictures by William Klosicki and Community Relation Office
Item 5: Congratulation on your retirement, June 2009Add to your cart.
Displaycase background at Archives Storage
Item 18: CD, Greg Schaffer Presedent of JHBMC 1999-2009, May 2009Add to your cart.

CD # 0069, see in Cds Phographic Collection Box

Greg Schaffer Presedent of JHBMC 1999-2009,  PPP, by team of Harrison Library

Item 6: Celebration Greg Schaffer retirement, May 19, 2009Add to your cart.

Creative Alliance at the Patterson

Invitation card

Item 7: Celebration of retirement, June 17, 2009Add to your cart.
For all bayview Staff
Item 8: Greg Schaffer retires, October 2008Add to your cart.

Dome Vol. 59, No. 8,

Picture

Bayview's president boosted patient volumes and built partnerships

Item 9: Gregory F. Schaffer was named the President of the JH BMC, September 24, 1999Add to your cart.
Baltimore Buseness Journal
Item 10: June 2, 2004Add to your cart.

Gregory F. Schaffer has been elected chairman of the board of the Baltimore county Chamber of Commerce

NewsPaper clips

Item 11: He huffed and he puffed, June 20, 2007Add to your cart.

The Banner

June 6, 2007 Schaffer helped to begin demolition of the staff apartments

Item 12: Getting to Know You: Greg Schaffer, Presodent, JHBMC, October 9 2009Add to your cart.
Q & A to Greg Schaffer
Item 13: Community Service Award, October 17, 2008Add to your cart.

Friends of Chabad at JH is honoring G.F. Schaffer with prestigious Community Service Award

Event Details

Item 14: Bayview Inagurates New President, September 11, 1999Add to your cart.
Daily Record
Item 15: Md HMOs hit with heavy fines, May 5, 2000Add to your cart.
Washington Business Journal
Item 16: DRC mames new board members, October 17, 2002Add to your cart.
Dundalk Eagle
Item 17: Schaffer has elected chairman of the Board of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, June 8, 2004Add to your cart.
Jeffersonian
Folder 37: Schatz, StephenAdd to your cart.

Dr. Schatz joins department of urology

career highlights

Folder 30: Schmeisser Jr., GerhardAdd to your cart.
Associate professor, chief of Orthopedic Surgery at JHBMC, 1968
Item 1: The 1968 Gillett Lecture, 1968Add to your cart.
Short biography, about lecture
Folder 23: Schmidt, ChesterAdd to your cart.

SOM Psy Bay Bayview Physicians

Title PROFESSOR

Chief, Psychiatry (JHBMC)|

Item 1: Chester Schmidt Elected Chair of Medical Board, July 21, 2004Add to your cart.
Dr. Schmidt elected to a two year term, replaces Dr. Burton
Item 2: Dr. Schmidt appointed chief of psychiatry, October 1, 1972Add to your cart.

The Pillbox, 10-1-1972

Dr. Schmidt new Chief of the Department of Psychiatry.

Item 3: Dr. Schmidt to head CPPA, November 18, 1977Add to your cart.

Pillbox, 11-8-1977

Dr. Schmidt has elected President of the Chesapeake Physicians Professional Association for 1977-1978

Item 4: Honoring a Legacy of Leadership, Summer 1977Add to your cart.

Hopkins Bayview Psysicians Quarterly,

Chester W. Schmidt Jr.,M.D. turned over the post of JHBP president to Renven Pasternak, M.D.

Item 5: Succession at Hopkins Bayview Psychiatry, April 7, 2005Add to your cart.

Bayview online News

After 33yearsof leadership, Dr. schmidt plans to step down as director of psychiatry at the JHBMC

Item 6: Curriculum VitaeAdd to your cart.
Dr. Schmidt Cv
Folder 39: Schneider, AngelaAdd to your cart.
Information Services
Item 1: Employee of the month, December 15, 2009Add to your cart.
Story
Folder 55: Schoenrich, EdythAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Human Beings as Well as Patients, October 23, 1966Add to your cart.

The News American, 10-23-1966

Patients cases

Drs. Schoenrich, Lawrence Shulman

Folder 31: Schuler, CheriAdd to your cart.
Director of Respiratory Care Services
Item 1: Cheri Schuler Receives ALARM's 2007 Distinguished Service Award, October 22, 2007Add to your cart.
Award by American Lung Association of Maryland
Folder 52: Schuster, MarvinAdd to your cart.

Jewish Times, 1996

Gastroenterologist

Heading the new Gastrointestinal Motility and Digestive Disease Center at the JHBMC

Item 1: A Grand GalaAdd to your cart.

Fifty Plus, October 1996

Celebration the opening of the new Hopkins Bayview Motility Center on November 15 at the Harbor Court Hotel

Item 2: Local doctor directs new lab for digestive disorders, November 14, 1996Add to your cart.
Times Owings Mills
Item 3: Marvin Schuster received Award, July 16, 1998Add to your cart.
Annual Research Scientist Award for Clinical Research
Item 4: Solving Medical Mysteries, November 15, 1996Add to your cart.

Jewish Times

Dr. marvin heads a new center here aimed at untangling intestinal ailments

Item 5: Frequent Stomach Aches may Signal "IBS", November 18, 1996Add to your cart.
Investor's Business Daily
Item 6: A Standing-Room-Only Harbor Court House call, November 22, 1996Add to your cart.

Jewish Times

National gala Dinner for opening Gastrointestinal Motility and Digestive Disorders Center at JHBMC

Item 7: Notebook - Schuster Retirement Reception, April 2000Add to your cart.
See special box
Item 8: City Doctor Has a Royal Patient, November 29, 1977Add to your cart.

The Evening Sun, 11-29-1977

Morocco King Hasan II has visit Dr. Schuster at his offise at City Hospitals.

Dr. Schuster declined a fee, but has accepted a block grant, "a generous gift"

Item 9: A Real Pain in the Gut, May 30, 1980Add to your cart.

Emergency Medicine, 5-30-1980

IBS, Dr. Schuster,

Item 10: Marvin M. Schuster, M.D., FACP, FAPA, FACGAdd to your cart.

Program

Marvin M. Schuster Center for Digestive and Motility Disorders

Folder 58: Schweitzer, MichaelAdd to your cart.

Dr. Michael Schweitzer, surgeon

Bariatric Surgery, Colon Surgery, Gallbladder Surgery, Gastric Pacemaker Surgery, General Surgery, GERD Surgery, Hernia Repair, Hernia Surgery, Hernias, Incisional Hernia Repair, Inguinal Hernia, Lap Band Surgery, Laparoscopic Gastric Banding, Laparoscopic Roux-en-y Gastric Bypass, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Nissen Fundoplication, Pancreatic Disease, Pancreatic Surgery, Paraesophageal Hernia, Surgery

Item 1: Appointed ti the Fellowship Council Board of Directors, May11, 2011Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Folder 56: Sechriest, V. FranklinAdd to your cart.

Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery

Areas of Special Interest

<ul> <li> Partial knee replacement</li> <li> Total knee replacement</li> <li> Revision total knee replacement</li> <li> Arthroscopy</li> <li> Knee injuries, ligament reconstruction</li> <li> Cartilage repair and restoration</li> <li> Patellofemoral instability, arthritis</li> <li> Educating residents and fellows</li> <li> Orthopaedic humanitarian aid and disaster relief</li></ul> Board Certification

<ul> <li> American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery</li></ul> Biography

V. Franklin Sechriest II, M.D. specializes in adult knee surgery. His practice focuses on providing patients with a complete continuum of care for their orthopaedic needs.

After completing a residency in orthopaedics at The University of Minnesota, Dr. Sechriest completed fellowship training in caring for sports-related conditions, as well as adult reconstruction of the knee, at the Insall Scott Kelly Institute in New York. During his seven years with the US Navy as an orthopaedic surgeon and resident educator, Dr. Sechriest specialized in caring for active duty members with complex knee problems including fractures, ligament and cartilage injuries, post-traumatic deformity, infection, and especially patellofemoral instability. After then becoming director of the Adult Reconstruction Service at Naval Medical Center San Diego, he also specialized in management of patients with degenerative joint conditions with primary and revision total knee arthroplasty.

Dr. Sechriest has a particular interest in the management of young patients with arthritis and providing surgical alternatives to total joint replacement including limb re-alignment, biological resurfacing and partial knee replacement. He continues to conduct clinical research and is the author of several peer-reviewed articles, abstracts, and book chapters on these topics.

Between 2005 and 2010, in addition to his clinical duties at home, Dr. Sechriest also served four tours aboard US Navy hospital ships during missions of humanitarian aid and disaster relief abroad. He remains strongly committed to promoting overseas volunteerism as well as researching methods to improve global orthopaedic care.

Item 1: Hil or Knee Pain Slowing you Down?, November 10, 2011Add to your cart.
Educational Seminar, addvertising
Folder 57: Sedney, MicheleAdd to your cart.
Michele Sedney, Director of Employee Services
Item 1: Named new senior director of Central Recruitment service, June 26, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E: Records of Govern; Human Resources

Sedney, Michele named new senior director of central recruitment services for the JHHS

Folder 10: Sellmeyer, DeborahAdd to your cart.

Associate Professor of Endocrinology

Medical Director, Metabolic Bone Center

Deborah Sellmeyer, M.D., medical director of the Johns Hopkins Metabolic Bone Center and associate professor of medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, is an internationally recognized expert in osteoporosis and other metabolic bone diseases. She previously was director of the University of California, San Francisco/Mt. Zion Osteoporosis Center.

With interests in endocrinology, osteoporosis, nutrition and all metabolic bone disorders, Dr. Sellmeyer enjoys caring for patients and takes pride in creating custom treatment plans to improve each person's bone health. She is board-certified in internal medicine and endocrinology/metabolism and currently conducting research on the role of nutrition and environmental factors in bone health.

Dr. Sellmeyer earned a medical degree at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She completed a fellowship in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism at the University of California, San Francisco.

Folder 35: Seltzer, SheilaAdd to your cart.
Manager of Adult Outpatient Mental Health Programs in the community psychiatry program
Item 1: Seltzer Elected to Board of Directors, Community Behavioral Health Association, August 14, 2008Add to your cart.

Elected to a two-years term for CBH;

about CBH

Folder 47: Shamash, MarkAdd to your cart.

Baltimore Business Journal, August 16, 2002

director of safety and enviromentalhealth services

Folder 13: Shanbhag, SatishAdd to your cart.

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Oncology

Clinical Director of Hematology, JohnsHopkins Bayview Medical Center

Clinical Interests

Dr. Shanbhag specializes in treating adult patients with benign blood disorders and hematologic malignancies.

Research Interests

Dr. Shanbhag's clinical research interests include Mantle cell lymphoma and low grade lymphomas.

Education/Training

    * M.D., Bangalore Medical College, India

    * Residency, University of Alabama at Birmingham

    * MPH, University of Alabama at Birmingham

    * Fellowship, Temple University and Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia

Item 1: SS Joins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at JH BMC, July 16, 2010Add to your cart.

He named clinical director of hemetology at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Brief Biograph. inform.

Info saved at L:

Item 2: New physician joins JH BMC, NovemberAdd to your cart.
Folder 28: Shapiro, Edward P.Add to your cart.

Professor, Cardiology

Director, Non-invasive Cardiac Imaging

Curriculum Vitae (CV), Publications (PubMed)

Specialties/Interests

    * Clinical - cardiac CT, cardiac MR, echocardiography, non-invasive imaging, left ventricular function, ischemic heart disease, valvular heart disease

    * Research - Cardiac CT, left ventricular deformation, left atrial function

Item 1: Edward Shapiro, M.D. Professor of Medicine JHU SOM, December 8, 1998Add to your cart.
Magnetic resonance images of the heart
Item 2: Two JHBMC Physicians Selected to national Medical Honor Society, Alpha Omega Alpha, September 12, 2007Add to your cart.

Congratulation from Dr. Hellmann

Dr, Shapiro and Dr. Alisha Wade

Folder 42: Shapiro, GaryAdd to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins University 

Division  School of Medicine 

Department  Oncology Center-Bayview Oncology 

 

Title  Visiting Associate Professor

Item 1: In the Sporlight, 2005Add to your cart.
Gary Shapiro, M.D., Bayview's new director of oncology
Folder 26: Shermak, Michele A.Add to your cart.

A native of Baltimore, Dr. Shermak earned her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and was the first to finish a combined residency program in general and plastic surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. She is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Board Certified in Plastic Surgery, and is an active member in the American Society of Plastic Surgery (ASPS), the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), and the Plastic Surgery Research Council (PSRC).

After completing her plastic surgery training, Dr. Shermak went on to pursue further specialized training in aesthetic, breast, and body contouring surgery under the direction of Dr. G. Patrick Maxwell in Nashville. There she learned the latest techniques in body contouring surgery, including: liposuction; body lifts; and facial rejuvenation surgery, including laser resurfacing, facial peels, endoscopic surgery, and facelifts. Dr. Shermak has become nationally known for her work with body lifting procedures and work with surgical weight loss patients. She is on the national Bariatric Task Force of the ASPS and has authored many publications on the topic of body contouring for massive weight loss, particularly focusing on safety issues.

Dr. Shermak is an Associate Professor in Plastic Surgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.<span style="display: none"> </span>

Item 1: Michele A. Shermak, June 17, 1999Add to your cart.
Brief biography information
Item 2: Photographic Portrait, 2005Add to your cart.
8.5 x 11 color photographic portrait of Michele Shermak.
Folder 22: Shirk, LisaAdd to your cart.

Bayview DOM Housestaff Education

Title Medical Training Program Administrator

Campus/Office Address Bayview Dom Gen Intl

Item 1: Lisa Received Award of Excellence from JHU SOM, July 30, 2004Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Item 2: Excellence Award, August 19, 2004Add to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle

Inagural recipient of the Award for Excellence in Graduate Medical Education Administration

Folder 45: Shock, Nathan W., December 25, 1906 - November 15, 1989Add to your cart.

Director of Gerontology Research Center of the NIH in Baltimore for 35 years

Established of the National Institute on Aging

Item 1: Curriculum VitaeAdd to your cart.

Biography, Professional Experience,

Publications  1927 - 1962

Item 2: Dr. Nathan W. Shock, specialist in aging, dies, November 14, 1989Add to your cart.
Obituaries
Item 3: Nathan Wetherell Shock, October 26, 2001Add to your cart.
National institute on Aging, NIH
Item 4: Nathan Shock Center, May 23, 2006Add to your cart.
Who was Nathan Shock?
Item 5: Nathan W. Shock Dies; Led Research on Aging, January 23, 1990Add to your cart.
The NIH Record
Item 6: Award, April 9, 1965Add to your cart.
Dr. Shock, chief, Gerontology Branch, was awarded the "Super service Award"
Folder 59: Silverman, KennethAdd to your cart.

Dr. Kenneth Silverman, Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences-Behavioral Biology Dept,

Director of the Center for Learning and Health

Item 1: Receives 2014 Advocates for Action Award, March 12, 2014Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Award fron National Drug Control Policy

Folder 50: Sirota, KathyAdd to your cart.

Towson Times, October 25, 2000

Vocational coordinator at JHBMC Crossroads, a psychological rehabilitation program

Folder 51: Skipper, CharlesAdd to your cart.

Daily Record, October 22, 2004

Administrator of the department of orthopedics at JHBMC

Folder 15: Smith, Connie (Mary)Add to your cart.
Connie ( Mary) Smith, Patient care Manager for Med A
Item 1: Retirement Celebration, April 25, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved omn E:

36 years of service to JHBMC; Career highlights

Folder 29: Smith, Gardner W., 1931- October 5, 2006Add to your cart.

Surgeon in Chief from 1970-1979;

1979-1985 Deputy director of Surgery at the JHH;

2nd time Chair of the surgical sciences at JHBMC 1985 - 1996

Item 1: Celebration of the Life of Gardener W. Smith, M.D., February 1, 2007Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Item 2: In Memory of Gardner W. Smith, M.D., October 12, 2006Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Smith, GwennAdd to your cart.
Director of Neuroimaging for the Division of geriatric Psychiatry and neutopsychiatry
Item 1: Congratulation, February 2, 2009Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 33: Smith, MaryAdd to your cart.
Care Center nurse for more than 35 years
Item 1: Retirement Party, April 2, 2008Add to your cart.
35 years of service
Folder 24: Smolev, James K.Add to your cart.
Item 1: Smolev gets position at City Hospitals, November 9, 1978Add to your cart.
Chief of Urology at BCH
Folder 53: Sood, GeetikaAdd to your cart.
Infor Saved on E:
Item 1: Welcome New Infection Diseases Providers, September 23, 2011Add to your cart.
Infor Saved on E:
Folder 8: Sood, VivekAdd to your cart.

Orthopedic Surgery Department

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• Orthopaedic Surgery

Department

• Orthopaedic Surgery

Training:

• SUNY Downstate College of Medicine(2000)

Residency:

• Orthopaedics, State University of New York(2006)

Fellowships:

• Total Joints Adult Reconstruction, Rush University Medical Center(2007)

• Foot And Ankle, Mount Sinai Medical Center(2008)

Item 1: Department of Orthopedic Surgery welcomes Vivek Sood, M.D., 2/10/2010Add to your cart.

Vivek Sood, M.D., joins the department of orthopedic surgery at the Medical Center.

He completed his residency at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, in Brooklyn, New York, where he also was chief resident, and followed with fellowships in adult reconstruction, and foot and ankle surgery at Rush Medical Center in Illinois and Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York.

A member of The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, Dr. Sood’s clinical interests include a focus on ankle arthroscopy, and forefoot and hindfoot reconstruction. Picture/ information saved on L:

Folder 20: Sparkes, CathyAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Memorial Service for Cathy Sparkes, February 4, 2010Add to your cart.
10 years worked at Human Resources
Folder 48: Sparks, ElaineAdd to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions 

Division  Johns Hopkins Bayview Med Ctr 

Department  Inservice Education 

Title  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMT SPECIALIST 

Nursing Administration

Item 1: Elaine Sparks Joins Hopkins Bayview, January 8, 2004Add to your cart.
East County Times
Folder 32: Spears, WalterAdd to your cart.
Assistant Director of Operation for Enviromental Services Department
Item 1: Walter Spears Appointed Assistant Director of Operation for Enviromental Services Department, June 25, 2007Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 2: Spence, RobertAdd to your cart.
Co-director of the Baltimore Burn Center.
Item 1: Hopkins Bayview' s Top Docs, Winter 1998Add to your cart.
Co-director of the Baltimore Burn Center.  The top dr. in the metropolitan area /Nov. issue of Baltimore Magazine/ best in the burn/surgery category. From Bayview News
Item 2: Dr. Robert Spence, June 17, 1999Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Item 3: Bayview appointed new head of burn center, September 11, 2003Add to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle

succeeds Dr. Munster

Folder 38: Spiccioli, JoeAdd to your cart.
Nursing Department
Item 1: Spiccioli Named Hometown Hero, December 29, 2009Add to your cart.
Saved patient life
Folder 60: Srikumaran, UmaAdd to your cart.
Dr. Uma Srikumaran, Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic surgery
Item 1: Shoulder Wear & Tear: How it afrfects you&what you cando about it, April 11, 2013Add to your cart.
Free seminar
Folder 46: Steele, KimberlyAdd to your cart.

Associate Professor, Surgery

Specialties/Interests

Clinical - GERD, paraesophageal hernias, diseases of the adrenal gland, spleen and pancreas, benign and malignant diseases of the small bowel and colon, hernias, gall bladder disease and morbid, minimally-invasive surgical procedures, bariatric surgery including laparoscopic gastric band, gastric bypass surgery and general surgery

Research - obesity, surgical outcomes, minimally-invasive surgical techniques, surgical education, brain dopamine receptors before and after gastric bypass surgery, the genetics, metabolism and physiology of obesity, laparoscopic surgery in the elderly, laparoscopic stimulation curriculum for residents and medical students

Johns Hopkins Center for Bariatric Surgery

Biography

Kimberley E. Steele, M.D., an instructor of minimally invasive and bariatric surgery at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, completed a surgical residency at the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and a fellowship in minimally invasive surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. As a bariatric surgeon, her research interests include neurochemical and metabolic effects of bariatric surgery and operative techniques in laparoscopic surgery.

A diplomate of the American Board of Surgery, Steele is a member of the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, the American College of Surgeons and the Association of Women Surgeons.

Steele is active in curriculum development and research in surgical education and directs the surgical rotations of medical students at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Item 1: Kimberley Steele, M.D., Voted Outstanding Teacher, July 10, 2011Add to your cart.

Info saved on L:

Congratulations to Kimberley Steele, M.D., assistant professor of surgery, who earned a Surgery Clerkship Teaching Award for Outstanding Faculty Teacher.

Item 2: CV, 2006Add to your cart.
Info saved on L:
Folder 7: Stein, CarrieAdd to your cart.
Carrie Stein, RN, BSN, MSN, received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing from the University of Pennsylvania. She is currently completing an MBA from The Johns Hopkins University in Medical Services Management. In addition, Stein is a member of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and the Association of Nurse Executives.
Item 1: Stein Appointed Director of Nursing Informatics, February 1, 2010Add to your cart.
Carrie Stein, RN, BSN, MSN, has been appointed director of nursing informatics at Johns Hopkins Bayview. She brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in nursing and clinical information technology (IT) systems to the Medical Center. Stein’s work has focused on IT solutions for services that improve patient safety.
Folder 25: Stewart, Kerry J.Add to your cart.

Medicine-Cardiovascular

Title Professor

Affiliation Faculty

Kerry J. Stewart, Ed.D.

Kerry J. Stewart, Ed.D.Professor, Cardiology

Director, Clinical/Research Exercise Physiology

Director, Exercise and Body Composition Core

Director, Clinical Research Informatics

Curriculum Vitae (CV), Publications (PubMed)

Specialties/Interests

    * Clinical - clinical exercise physiology, cardiovascular disease rehabilitation and prevention, peripheral arterial disease, exercise training for diabetes, hypertension, obesity

    * Research - exercise training for cardiovascular disease and heart failure, exercise training for diabetes and hypertension, weight loss effects through diet and exercise on body composition and CV health, exercise for cancer patients, increasing physical activity in the community

Item 1: Kerry J. Stewart Ed.D., Associate Professor of Medicine, December 8, 1998Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Item 2: Bayview in JAMA, October 2, 2002Add to your cart.
KJ Stewart publication"Special Communication:Exercise Training and Cardiovascular Consequence of Type II Diabetes and Hypertension
Item 3: The Skinny on Kids and Fat, November 17, 1998Add to your cart.
Daily Record
Item 4: Local youngsters eating too much fat, study shows, November 11, 1998Add to your cart.
Baltimore Sun
Item 5: Dr. Kerry Stewart Promoted to Professor, February 15, 2005Add to your cart.
Congratulation
Folder 49: Stone, JohnAdd to your cart.

Daily Record, May 4, 2002

Deputy director for clinical researcjfor the department of medicine

Folder 9: Strain, EricAdd to your cart.

SOM Psy Bay Behavioral Pharm Rserch Unit/BPRU

 

Title  PROFESSOR

Item 1: Dr. Eric Strain, Medical Director of BRPUAdd to your cart.

Professor

Section Head, JHB Psychiatry Substance Abuse Programs

Medical Director, Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

Education

1980

B.A.

Amherst College

1984

M.D.

Ohio State University School of Medicine

1984-1985

Medicine/Psychiatry

Internship

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

1985-1988

General Psychiatry

Residency

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

1988-1990

Behavioral Pharmacology/Addictions

Fellowship

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Professional Interests

Clinical research in substance abuse, including medications development, abuse liability testing, psychiatric comorbidity, and behavioral interventions.

Item 2: List of PublicationsAdd to your cart.

Selected Publications

Strain E.C., Walsh S.L., Bigelow G.E. Blockade of hydromorphone effects by buprenorphine/naloxone and buprenorphine. Psychopharmacol  159:161-6, 2002.

Johnson R.E., Strain E.C., Amass L. Buprenorphine: how to use it right. Drug Alcohol Depend  70:S59-S77, 2003.

Strain E.C., Moody D.E., Stoller K.B., Walsh S.L., Bigelow G.E. Relative bioavailability of different buprenorphine formulations under chronic dosing conditions. Drug Alcohol Depend  74:37-43, 2004.

Lofwall M.R., Brooner R.K., Bigelow G.E., Kindbom K., Strain E.C. Characteristics of older opioid maintenance patients.  J Subst Abuse Treatment  28:265-72, 2005.

Correia C.J., Walsh S.L., Bigelow G.E., Strain E.C. Effects associated with double-blind omission of buprenorphine/naloxone over a 98-h period.  Psychopharmacol 189:297-306, 2006.

The Treatment of Opioid Dependence. Strain E.C., Stitzer M.L. (Eds.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.

Item 3: TRANSLATIONS : Not “One Size Fits All”, Fall 2005Add to your cart.
Article about Dr. Strain
Folder 41: Su, Chi-Tsung, March 4, 1936 - December 27, 2010Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Plastic surgeon helped establish the burn center at JHBMC, January 8, 2011Add to your cart.

Baltimore Sun, by Jacques Kelly

Biography

Item 2: Curriculum Vitae, 1971Add to your cart.
Item 3: The Chi-Tsung Su, M.D. Endowed Professorship in Plastic Surgery Research, January 2011Add to your cart.

Saved on L;

Life and professionalism of Dr. Su

Item 4: Pictures, January 2011Add to your cart.
Saved on L:
Item 5: Individual picture, January 4, 1974Add to your cart.
B & W negatives of Dr. C T Su taken in 1974, when he was Chief of Plastic Surgery.
Folder 1: Suryaprasad, AnilAdd to your cart.

received his bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University.

Prior to coming to Johns Hopkins Bayview, Dr. Suryaprasad served as a visiting resident physician at Indian Health Service in Chinle, Arizona. He has extensive research experience, including topics such as evidence for treatment of MRSA pneumonia and when it is safe to stop prophylaxis for patient undergoing immunosuppressive therapy.

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, July 26, 2007Add to your cart.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Welcomes New Hospitalists
Folder 44: Sussman, AnnAdd to your cart.
First director of volunteer service
Item 1: Career Oriented Program, 1980 - 1992Add to your cart.

certificates of Appreciation of Schools

Patapsco Senior High

General John Stiecker Junior High

Dundalk High

General John Stiecker Middle

Item 2: Certificate of Distinguished Service, 1991, 1992, 1995Add to your cart.
JHBMC awarded Ann Sussman in recognition of the years of Dedication and commitment in support of Quality patient care
Item 3: Certificate of Completion, 1981, 1983Add to your cart.

Completed course

Orientation and training of Volunteers

Item 4: AHA Certificate, 1983, 1986Add to your cart.
Attended Annual Meetings
Item 5: Awards, 1981, 1983,Add to your cart.

In Appreciation / Health Fair '81

From Blue Cross and Blue Shieldof MD

From JCPenny Golden Rule Award 1983

Folder 21: Swartz, WayneAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Wayne Swartz wins 2009 McCarthy Award, January 28, 2010Add to your cart.

Congratulation, brief biography,

About McCarthy Award

Folder 16: Sweet, CharlesAdd to your cart.
Charles Sweet, MD MPH
Item 1: Photographic portrait, June, 2006Add to your cart.
Two 4 x 6 color photographic portraits of Charles Sweet.
Folder 4: Sweets, DeloresAdd to your cart.
RN, pediatrics (community service)
Item 1: Nursing Excellence Award 2007, July 30, 2012Add to your cart.
Dolores Sweet received Nursing Excellence Award 2007
Item 2: Celebration for the retirement, September 18, 2012Add to your cart.

Flyer

Delores Sweets is retiring

Folder 54: Stuzin, KennethAdd to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

<p align="left"> <font face="Verdana" size="1"><font face="Verdana" size="1">Kenneth M. Stuzin, CFA, to its Board</font></font>

<font face="Verdana" size="1"><font face="Verdana" size="1">of Trustees</font></font>

Series 5: Files of persons with last name beginning with TAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Tanner, RobertAdd to your cart.
Robert (Bob) Tanner
Item 1: Photographic portrait, 2006Add to your cart.
A 4 x 6 color photographic portrait of Robert (Bob) Tanner
Folder 2: Tayback, Matthew L., July 30, 1919 - Sept. 19, 2004Add to your cart.
First Commissioner on Aging in the State of Maryland
Item 1: Matthew Tayback, ScD, May 23, 2002Add to your cart.
Course Faculty, photo
Item 2: Matthew Tayback, 85, first director of MD Office on Aging, Sept 22, 2004Add to your cart.
Breif biography;
Item 3: Memorial card, Sept. 19, 2004Add to your cart.

Service schedule

Brief biography

Item 4: Memorial Service for Matthew Tayback, Sc.D, Sept. 24, 2004Add to your cart.
JH Bayview express its deepest sympathy to the family of former staff member.
Item 5: In Loving Memory, 9/30/2004Add to your cart.
by Pam Ouyang
Item 6: Memorial Service for Matthew Tayback, Sc.D., 10/13/2004Add to your cart.
from Bayview Online News, by Pam Ouyang.
Folder 17: Taylor, Laura K.Add to your cart.

Aegis, August 6, 1997

Emergency department nurse recieved a Celebration of Nursing Excellence Award.

Portrait.

Folder 19: Taylor, LeslieAdd to your cart.
Leslie Taylor, patient Care Manager for NSCCU & NSU
Item 1: Named Patient Care Manager of NSCCU and NSU, October 3, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Leslie Taylor, RN, has been named the patient care manager of the neuroscience critical care unit (NSCCU) and the neurosciences unit (NSU).

Folder 8: Taylor, RobertAdd to your cart.
Full-Tme staff of Dermatology and Pathology at FSKMC, Assistant Professor atSOM
Folder 3: Teague, PaulaAdd to your cart.
Director of Pastoral Care, June 30, 2010
Item 1: Teague Appointed Director of Pastoral Care, 6/30/2010Add to your cart.

Brief biography; pictures

info saved on L:

Folder 18: Tesfaye, SamsonAdd to your cart.
Samson Tesfaye, PRN respiratory care specialist, ICU, NICU
Item 1: Tesfaye promoted to respiratory specialist, July 2, 2013Add to your cart.

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This new respiratory specialist position will accommodate the needed respiratory coverage in the MICU to safely conduct early ambulation of ventilated patients.

In addition, he will provide support for optimizing evidenced-based respiratory care in intensive care settings, and advanced ICU-based respiratory procedures and projects.

Folder 7: Testa, DennisAdd to your cart.
Dennis Testa is a chaplain in our PACE program.
Item 1: Photographic portrait, September 29, 2005Add to your cart.
A 6.5 x 9.75 color photographic portrait of Dennis Testa.
Folder 6: Thavarajah, SumeskaAdd to your cart.

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• General Internal Medicine

Department

• Medicine, Nephrology

Training:

• Wayne State University School Of Medicine(1998)

Residency:

• Internal Medicine, University of Connecticut Health Center(2001)

Fellowships:

• University of Connecticut Health Center(2001)

• Nephrology, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center(2005)

Certifications:

• Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine(2001)

• Nephrology, American Board of Internal Medicine(2005)

Language:

• English

Item 1: Photographic portrait, June 6, 2005Add to your cart.
An 8.5 x 11 color proof sheet with 7 different poses of photographic portraits of Sumeska Thavarajah.
Folder 9: Thomas, MelodyeAdd to your cart.
Outpatiet appeals coordinator
Item 1: Melodye Thomas received 2009 Diversity Recognition Award, May 18, 2009Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 11: Thompson, CarolAdd to your cart.
Director of Clinical Systems for Department Info Services
Item 1: Carol Thompson named director of clinical syster for IS, October 9, 2007Add to your cart.
Her new role.
Folder 15: Thompson, KarenAdd to your cart.

Howard County Times, March 22, 2001

Nurse Manager recieved 2000 Mosby Geriatric Nurse manager Award

Folder 16: Thorn, J. ChristopherAdd to your cart.

Baltimore Business Journal, September 25, 1997

Billing Director

Folder 10: Tong, KarenAdd to your cart.
Associate Director of Communication and Public Affairs
Item 1: Karen Tong appointed Associate Director, Public Affairs, August 15, 2008Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 13: Torok, Haruka, June 29, 2009Add to your cart.

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Haruka Torok, M.D., MS, earned a medical degree at Hokkaido University in Japan, and completed a residency and chief residency in general internal medicine at Teine Keijinkai Hospital in Sapporo, Japan. She then completed a residency and fellowship in general internal medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, where she also earned a master's degree in medical education.

Dr. Torok is currently involved in several medical education research projects. In addition to pursuing curriculum development projects, she plans to be involved in education at all training levels at CIMS.

Item 1: Welcome New Hospitalists, June 29, 2009Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 12: Trice, MichaelAdd to your cart.

Director, Johns Hopkins Cartilage Restoration Center

Assistant Professor, Orthopedic Surgery

Areas of Special Interest

Cartilage repair and restoration

Arthroscopic surgery

Knee injuries in adolescent athletes and young adults

Knee replacement

Board Certification

American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

Biography

Dr. Trice completed a residency in orthopedic surgery at the Harvard Combined Orthopedic Program and a fellowship in sports arthroscopy and adult reconstruction at the Harvard Medical School/Scripps Clinic.

Prior to coming to Johns Hopkins Bayview, Dr. Trice founded the Central Illinois Center for Sports Medicine and Cartilage Restoration.

Item 1: Hopkince Bayview Welcomes Michael Trice to the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, July 19, 2006Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Folder 4: Tudahl, MiltonAdd to your cart.
Milton Tudahl was Director of Media Services at Baltimore City Hospitals, then Francis Scott Key Medical Center, until he retired in...
Item 1: Photographic Portraits, circa 1970sAdd to your cart.
B & W proof sheet of portrait photographs of Milton Tudahl sometime in the 1970s.
Item 2: Milt Tudahl, Hospital Photographer Combines Work with Pleasure, December 23, 1976Add to your cart.
Supervisor of the hospital's Medical photography since 1964
Folder 1: Turnbaugh, EricAdd to your cart.
Director of Finance
Item 1: Cronauer and Turnbaugh named Directors of Finance, 9/29/2008Add to your cart.
Turnbaugh , 10 years of finance experience, photo
Folder 14: Tzeng, Nancy D., April 13, 2002Add to your cart.

Daily Record

Assistant director of pharmacy

Box 5: Biographical Files U-ZAdd to your cart.
Series 1: Files of persons with last name beginning with UAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Ungvarsky, SuzetteAdd to your cart.
Ambulatory revenue cycle manager
Item 1: October 24, 2011Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Farewell celebration

Folder 1: Uwadia, AnthonyAdd to your cart.
Pharmacist at JHBMC
Item 1: Anthony Uwadia Receives Inaugural University of Maryland, June 7, 2011Add to your cart.

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About Anthony and award

Series 2: Files of persons with last name beginning with VAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Vazquez, Javier, April 4, 2011Add to your cart.

Saved on L:

Pharmacy Director at JHBMC

Folder 1: Vishnupriya, KittaneAdd to your cart.

received his medical degree from Mysore Medical College in India. He completed his internship and residency in general internal medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Sinai Hospital.

Dr. Vishnupriya is board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is an associate member of the American College of Physicians.

Item 1: Inside Hopkins Bayview, July 26, 2007Add to your cart.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Welcomes New Hospitalists
Series 3: Files of persons with last name beginning with WAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: Wade, Alisha, September 12, 2007Add to your cart.
Second year resident at Bayview
Item 1: Two JHBMC Physicians Selected to national Medical Honor Society, Alpha Omega Alpha, September 12, 2007Add to your cart.
Congratulation from Dr. Hellmann
Folder 24: Walker (Mackel), LaureneAdd to your cart.
Laurene Walker, Director of Patient Relations
Item 1: Appointed as Director of Patient RelationsAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Wang, GeorgeAdd to your cart.

Assistant Professor, Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Research Interests:

Aging-related molecular and cellular alterations in the immune system

Viral immunity and T-cell receptor diversity in older adults

Clinical and immunologic consequences of cytomegalovirus and herpesvirus infections in immunocompetent humans

Immunologic dysregulations in the pathogenesis of frailty in older adults

Autoimmunity and frailty in older adults

Clinical Interests:

General Geriatrics

Latent and chronic infections in older adults

Frailty

Item 1: Physician Achievement notice on Inside Hopkins Bayview, April 4, 2008Add to your cart.
Notice of Dr. Wang's receipt of the T. Franklin Williams Research Scholar Award.
Folder 2: Walsh, SharonAdd to your cart.

Assis Professor of behavioral biologyin JH BMC BPRU. The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions 

Division  Johns Hopkins Bayview Med Ctr

Item 1: Hopkins Bayview's Tops Docs, Winter 1998Add to your cart.
Received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.  Dr. Walsh was recognized for developing a model for cocaine withdrawal.
Folder 3: Wehner, CathyAdd to your cart.

Cathy Wehner, MS, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner, Obstetrics/Gynecology

Areas of Special Interest

General obstetrics

General gynecology

Women's health needs during perimenopause/menopause

Biography

Cathy Wehner, MS, CRNP, earned a degree in nursing at the University of Maryland, as well as a master's degree at Towson University. With several years of experience in women's health care, Wehner has served as a labor and delivery nurse, case manager and home care coordinator within the field of obstetrics and gynecology. Her clinical interests include women's health needs during perimenopause and menopause.

Wehner is a certified women's health care nurse practitioner and adult nurse practitioner.

Folder 11: Wagner, AndrewAdd to your cart.
Andrew Wagner MD - physician in Urology Dept.
Item 1: Photographic portrait, March 10, 2006Add to your cart.
An 8 x 10 color photographic portrait of Andrew Wagner.
Folder 20: Walden, LoisAdd to your cart.

Baltimore Sun, February 8, 1998

see publication in the folder "McFarland, Linda"

RN and fitness instructor

Folder 22: Wang, TimAdd to your cart.
<table align="right" border="0" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" width="100%"> <tbody> <tr> <td valign="top"> School of Medicine</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="portalPersonAttribute" valign="top"> Department</td> <td valign="top"> SOM Der MOHS Surgery Division</td> </tr> <tr> <td class="portalPersonAttribute" valign="top"> </td> <td valign="top"> </td> </tr> <tr> <td class="portalPersonAttribute" valign="top"> Title</td> <td valign="top"> ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR</td> </tr> </tbody></table>
Item 1: Three Physicians Named Hometown Heroes, November 3, 2011Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

These physicians made the extraordinary step of going to an elderly man’s home to perform surgery on a skin cancer tumor

Folder 18: Ward, RobertAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Dr. Robert Ward, July 30, 1965Add to your cart.

Appointed Chief of Psychiatry

Brief biography

Folder 13: Waterbury, LarryAdd to your cart.

Chief of the Division of Hematology

1978-2008

Waterbury becomes director of blood bank of the BCH in 1970

Item 1: After nearly 40 years of service, September 3, 2008Add to your cart.

Retires in August 2008

Dr, Waterbury award

Item 2: Celebration 38 years of service, May 27, 2008Add to your cart.
Card withbrief biography, celebration agenda
Folder 26: Watkins, Levi Jr.Add to your cart.
Dr. Levi Watkins Jr., M.D., JHSOM Professor,  Cardiac Surgeon
Item 1: PictureAdd to your cart.
Picture
Item 2: City Awards "Baltimore's Best" to Hopkins Burn Center and Watkins, February 25, 1986Add to your cart.

JHU Gazette

Levi Watkins, Jr. Associate professor of surgery received a "Baltimore's Best" Silver and Blue award

Item 3: Levi Watkins Jr. Biography (1945-), 2013Add to your cart.
Item 4: Dr. Levi Watkins Jr.Add to your cart.
Biography
Item 5: Dr. Levi Watkins, M.D. complete bio, 2004Add to your cart.
Biography
Item 6: Footprints Through Time: Levi Watkins, Jr. (1945-), 2003Add to your cart.
Biography, American Experience
Item 7: Dr. Levi Watkins, Jr., February 5, 2007Add to your cart.
Education Makers, interview
Item 8: 35 Years and Counting, March 2006Add to your cart.

DOME

Collegues, friends and family celebrated the leadership of cardiac surgeon Levi Watkins

Item 9: Retirement of Levi WatkinsAdd to your cart.
Paul Rothman and Ronald Peterson Retirement of Levi Watkins, MD, Associate Dean for POsdoctoral Programs and Faculty Development
Item 10: Levi Watkins Jr., Medical Pioneer, Event Founder, Trailblazer, January 2, 2014Add to your cart.

Inside Hopkins

Levi Watkins Jr. founder of Johns Hopkins annual MLK commemoration

Folder 15: Watson, KandisAdd to your cart.

PRP Case Managment

Employee of the month, October 7, 2009

story

Folder 16: Watson, ShayeAdd to your cart.

Community Psychiatry, Children Center

Employee of the month, January 22, 2010

story

Folder 21: Weaver, ShannonAdd to your cart.
Item 1: S. W. Appointed Bariatrics Program Director, August 29, 2011Add to your cart.

Information saved on E:

Career highlights

Folder 19: Wenz, James, F, November 26, 1963 - January 20, 2004Add to your cart.
Chairman, department of Orthopaedic Surgery, JHBMC, 1997 - 2004
Item 1: James and Lidia Wenz PictureAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Curriculum Vitae, 2003Add to your cart.
Item 3: Johns Hopkins Doctors Die in I-83 Crash, January 20, 2004Add to your cart.
about accident
Item 4: Obituary, 2004Add to your cart.
Frank Frassica
Item 5: New Gazebo and sculpture, April 23, 2004Add to your cart.
The gazebo is a memorial to Drs. James and Linda Wenz
Item 6: Dedication Program, June 21, 2004Add to your cart.
Dedication program of our Gazebo in memory of Drs. James and Lidia Wenz
Item 7: CD & Book - A Celebration of the Life of Lidia and James Wenz, January 24, 2004Add to your cart.

Book is saved in Harrison Library Archives bookcase

CD # 0700 is saved in CDs box Photographic Collection

Pictures, Memorabilia, Biographical information, Publications

Item 8: Gifted Hopkins Couple Mourned after Tragic Auto Crash, Spring 2004Add to your cart.
Hopkins Medicine magazin
Item 9: Wenz Orthopaedic Unit!, May 10, 2006Add to your cart.
Brand New Unit! Opening
Item 10: Wenz Orthopaedic Unit, Summer 2006Add to your cart.
Johns Hopkins Bayview News magazin
Item 11: Drs. James and Lidia Wenz: Life and Legacy of Caring, 2006Add to your cart.

<p>

Book with publication, pictures, memorabilia</p>

<p>

Harrison Library saves in archives bookcase</p>

Item 12: Dr. Wenz Portrait, January 19, 1997Add to your cart.
Item 13: Orthopaedic Advancement, September 26, 2002Add to your cart.

Dundalk Eagle

Picture

Item 14: Dr. Wenz is building a global reputation as an orthopaedic specialist, September 12, 2003Add to your cart.
Baltimore Bsiness Journal
Item 15: Remembering Drs. James and Linda Wenz, February, 2004Add to your cart.
Severna Park Voice
Item 16: Medical promise family shattered, January 21, 2004Add to your cart.
The Sun
Folder 17: Whaling, BrandyAdd to your cart.

Executive Offices

Employee of the month, January 22, 2010

story

Folder 14: Wharton, DanielleAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Danielle Wharton Appointed Director of Support Services, December 19, 2008Add to your cart.

Named Director of operations for the Department of Support Services at JHBMC

New role

Item 2: Danielle Wharton Named Senior Director of Support Operations, January 25, 2012Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Item 3: Danielle Wharton Named Director of Support Operations, February 17, 2012Add to your cart.
Inform saved on E:
Folder 8: Wilckens, JohnAdd to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins University 

Division  School of Medicine 

Department  SOM Ortho Bay Adult 

Title  ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 

Specialty: sports medicine

Item 1: Congradulation Letter, July1, 2008Add to your cart.
Dr. John Wilckens will serve as the medical director for the White Marsh Ambulatory Surgery Center.
Folder 27: Wilkerson, HeatherAdd to your cart.
Heather Wilkerson, RN, BSN, CCRN from CICU
Item 1: GEM Nursing Award FinalistAdd to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

Heather Wilkerson has been named a 2014 Nurse.com nursing excellence GEM Award regional finalist in the volunteerism and service category.

Folder 9: Williams, TiffanyAdd to your cart.
Rehabilitation Physician
Item 1: Welcome Tiffany Williams, M.D., August 3, 2010Add to your cart.

Physical medicine and rehabilitation physician;

She focus on nonsurgical spine care and interventional pain management.

Brief biography, picture;

Info saved on L:

Folder 23: Williams, Walter E.Add to your cart.
Appointed as Associate Director of BCH
Item 1: City Hospitals Fills Head Nursing Post, April 24, 1967Add to your cart.

News American, 4-24-1967

After six years of assitant director Mr. Williams appointed as associate director of BCH

Folder 7: Winslow, NancyAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Nancy Winslow, 4/23/2010Add to your cart.
Pastoral care Interns / Info Saved on L:
Folder 10: Witherspoon, RochelleAdd to your cart.
Rochelle Witherspoon is a Patient Care Technician in the Ambulatory Surgery Dept.
Item 1: Photographic portrait, January 30, 2004Add to your cart.
A 4 x 5 B&W photographic portrait of Rochelle Witherspoon.
Folder 5: Wolfe, LeahAdd to your cart.

Leah Wolfe, M.D.,

is attending director of the general internal medicine residency program. Her practice includes all aspects of primary care with an emphasis on women's health.

Dr. Wolfe attended Medical School at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. She completed a primary care residency at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Folder 4: Wright,  ScottAdd to your cart.

Scott Wright, M.D.,

practices all aspects of primary care medicine, including prevention, pap smears, cortisone shots and the freezing of appropriate skin lesions.

Dr. Wright was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. He earned a medical degree at McGill University School of Medicine in Montreal, and completed a residency at Montreal General Hospital. Dr. Wright also completed a fellowship in general internal medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and has remained a faculty member in the division of general internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview since 1997.

Item 1: Wright Receives C.Lockard Conley Award, June 24, 2002Add to your cart.
Award is named after Dr. Conley, Distinguished Service Professor of Emeretus of the Department of Medicine
Item 3: Named Deputy Director for Medical Education, August 18, 2005Add to your cart.
Item 2: Dr. Scott Wright Named New Chief of General Internal Medicine, July 1, 2011Add to your cart.

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Johns Hopkins Bayview is pleased to welcome Scott

Wright, M.D., in his new role as the chief of the

Division of General Internal Medicine, effective July 1, 2011.

Folder 6: Wyman, ChetAdd to your cart.
Anestheology Bay Bayview;  Clinical Associate.  Chair of Patient Safety & Council
Folder 25: Watkins, Levi, Jr.Add to your cart.
Dr. Levi Watkins Jr. Cardiac surgein, Johns hopkins Hospital
Series 4: Files of persons with last name beginning with XAdd to your cart.
Series 5: Files of persons with last name beginning with YAdd to your cart.
Series 6: Files of persons with last name beginning with ZAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Zachary, Jimmy B., September 8, 1927 - February 15, 2011Add to your cart.

The Johns Hopkins University 

Division  School of Medicine 

Department  Medicine 

Title  Associate Professor Emeritus 

Affiliation  Faculty

Item 1: Hopkins Bayview's Tops Docs/ JH Bayview top, Winter 1998Add to your cart.
National Kidney Foundation honored him for his lifetime of work dedicated to the  care of patients with kidney disease. He organized first hemodialysis treatments in the city and performed the firstkidney transplant in Baltimore
Item 2: Memorial Service for James Zachary, M.D., February 23, 2011Add to your cart.

Saved on L:

Brief biography

Item 3: A Celebration of Life Jimmy Boyd Zachary, M.D., March 10, 2011Add to your cart.
Memorial Service at JH Bayview
Folder 5: Zenilman, JonathanAdd to your cart.
Jonathan Zenilman, M.D., professor in infectious diseases at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, is chief of the division of infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins Bayview. He is an international authority on the clinical epidemiology and management of sexually transmitted diseases, HIV prevention and infectious disease surveillance. Zenilman also manages a large, extramurally-funded research program, teaches at The Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health and mentors the research of Ph.D. and post-doctoral students. His current clinical interests include surgical infections, with research interests in the epidemiology of surgical and burn wound infections, anti-microbial resistance and long-term management of skin and soft tissue infections in outpatient and inpatient settings.
Item 1: Receives Distinguished Career Award, June 6, 2013Add to your cart.

Inform saved on E:

He has received this year’s American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association Distinguished Career Award.

Folder 3: Ziegelstein, RoyAdd to your cart.

Professor, Cardiology

Exec. Vice-Chair, Department of Medicine

Associate Director, Internal Medicine Residency

Specialties/Interests

Clinical - diagnosis and treatment of depression in patients with heart disease; ischemic heart disease; general coronary and cardiology care

Research - depression in patients with heart disease; mechanisms linking post-MI depression to increased mortality

Board Certifications

Internal Medicine

Cardiovascular Disease

Item 1: This year's of SOM nominated Dr. Ziegelsteinfor the Humanism Award in Medicine, June 27, 2002Add to your cart.
about award
Item 2: Roy Ziegelstein honored as Chairman Scholar, April 26, 2004Add to your cart.
Dr. Ziegelstein was honored as the first Chairman's Scholar, a program established with a donation from Miller Family
Item 3: Roy Ziegelstein has been recognized with distinguished Theodore E. Woodward Award, February 8, 2007Add to your cart.
Congratulation
Item 4: Newspaper Clips, 1987, 2004Add to your cart.

1. Vitamin talk at Baltimore Heart Club

2. First Chaiman's Scholar award recipient named

3. Dr. Ziegelsteinwas honored as the first Chairman'sScholar, aprogram established witha donation from the Miller family1.

Item 5: Master of the American College of Physicians, October 17, 2011Add to your cart.
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Item 6: Dr. Ziegelstein Inagural recipient of the Sarah miller Coulson & Frank L. Coulson, Jr. Professorship, June 7, 2011Add to your cart.

Event program

Dr. Roy C. Ziegelstein, M.D.

Sarah Miller Coulson and Frank L. Coulson Jr.

Dr. David B. Hellmann, M.D.,

Item 7: Named Vice Dean for Education, April 1, 2013Add to your cart.

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Dr. Ziegelstein is acclaimed cardiologist, award-winning teacherwill ve vice dean for education at JHU SOM

Folder 6: Zieve, Philip D.Add to your cart.
Item 1: New Chief of Medicine at City, July 26, 1973Add to your cart.
Dr. P.D. Zieve appointed as the Hospitals' Chief of Medicine
Item 2: Elected, September 9, 1976Add to your cart.

Dundalk Times

Dr. Zieve has been elected chief of the Professional Staff of baltimore City Hospitals

Item 4: Dedication of the papers of Philip D. Zieve, M.D., October 9, 2007Add to your cart.

Invitation card

Agenda

Bookmark

Item 5: Letter to Bayview staff, January 28, 2003Add to your cart.

by Gregory Shaffer

Dr. Zieve plans to retire at the end of June.

Folder 4: Zmijewski, KathyAdd to your cart.
Surgical Clinic
Item 1: Nominated as Employee of the month, February 9, 2009Add to your cart.
nominated by patient
Folder 7: Zock, Jeremy S.Add to your cart.

Daily Record, August 24, 2002

Administrator of Surgical Sciences

Folder 2: Zorowitz, RichardAdd to your cart.

Associate Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Expertise, Disease and Conditions:

• Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

• Neurologic Rehabilitation

Department

• Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Training:

• Tulane University School of Medicine(1985)

Residency:

• Rehabilitation Medicine, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago(1989)

Certifications:

• Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehab(1990)

• Spinal Cord Injury Medicine, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehab(2003)

Language:

• English

Research Interests:

• Rehabilitation Outcomes

• Stroke Rehabilitation

Item 1: Brief Biography of Dr. ZorowitzAdd to your cart.

Dr. Zorowitz came to Hopkins in 2006 after serving as Medical Director of the Piersol Rehabilitation Unit at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He completed an internship in internal medicine at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY, and a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Northwestern University, IL.

Dr. Zorowitz has research interests in stroke rehabilitation outcomes, dysphagia, spasticity, and the hemiplegic shoulder. He has participated in a number of industry-sponsored clinical trials as well as the Post-Stroke Rehabilitation Outcomes Project, sponsored by the National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR). Dr. Zorowitz has participated on consensus panels of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) Primary Stroke Centers, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) Stroke Subspecialty Program, and currently participates on consensus panels of the ASA Comprehensive Stroke Centers and American Medical Association Work Group for Performance Standards in Stroke and Stroke Rehabilitation.

Item 2: Awards & Honors:Add to your cart.

2000 Excellence in Stroke Education, National Stroke Association

2001 Operation Stroke Initiatives, American Heart Association, Southeastern Pennsylvania Region

2001 Visionary in Practice Society, National Stroke Association

2001-2008 Best Doctors, Aiken, SC

2002-present Marquis Whos Who in America

2002-2005 Guide to Top Doctors, Center for the Study of Services, Washington, DC

2002 Outstanding Leadership Award, American Heart Association, Southeastern Pennsylvania Region

2002 Distinguished Achievement Award, American Heart Association, Pennsylvania-Delaware Affiliate

2002-present Americas Registry of Outstanding Professionals, Westbury, NY

2003-present Marquis Whos Who in Science and Engineering

2003 Delaware Valley Areas Top Doctors, Delaware Valley ConsumersCheckbook, 1(2): Summer/Fall 2003

2004-present Marquis Whos Who in Medicine and Healthcare

2004 Marquis Whos Who in the World, 22nd Edition

2005 AcademicKeys Who''s Who in Medical Sciences Education

2005-2010 Honored Member, Strathmores Whos Who

Item 3: Zorowitz appointed chief of physical medicine and rehabilitation, May 22, 2006Add to your cart.
Brief biography
Item 4: Richard Zorowitz, M.D., Receives Outstanding Service Award, December 19 2011Add to your cart.

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Outstanding Service Award from the Central Nervous System Rehabilitation Council of the American Academy  Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at their annual assembly in Orlando, FL

Box 6: New EmployeesAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: 2010Add to your cart.
Item 1: Welcome New Employees!, October 2010Add to your cart.

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Turika Bacoat

Regena Summons

Niesha Johnson

Ma Marquez

Alison Brown

Lauren McHugh

Chinweokwu Anadu

Richard Candy

Frederick Edwards

David Kane Jr.

Mary Vencintore

Andrew Lebson

Sequoia Smith

Christine Steen

Not pictured: Reo Denisuk


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