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Media Contact: Eric Vohr
May 23, 2006
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Graduation -- New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to Speak
Thursday, May 25, at 2 p.m.
Meyerhoff Symphony Hall on Cathedral and Preston streets, Baltimore, Md.
New York City Mayor The Honorable Michael Bloomberg, a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and key Hopkins supporter, will address The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine’s graduating class of 2006.
Other speakers at the event will include Edward D. Miller, M.D., dean of the medical faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine; David G. Nichols, vice dean for education; Thomas W. Koenig, associate dean for student affairs; Peter C. Maloney, associate dean for graduate student affairs; David B. Hellmann, professor of medicine; Uwe C. Scharf, director of the Department of Pastoral Care for The Johns Hopkins Hospital; medical student Matthew Colin Birnholz; and graduate student Jaime Hing Ming Cheah.
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