The goal of the Johns Hopkins Bayview Scientific Advisory Board is to foster innovative and collaborative research programs at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and to develop core resources that help sustain them. The board also maintains a strong relationship with the Johns Hopkins Center for Innovative Medicine.
The advisory board is composed of faculty from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine who are selected by the David Hellmann, M.D., MACP, vice dean for Johns Hopkins Bayview.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Lecture Series
The Johns Hopkins Bayview lecture series was established to promote civility in the workplace and to stimulate new research collaborations between clinical and basic research scientists.
Johns Hopkins Bayview Research Symposium
The annual Johns Hopkins Bayview Research Symposium is a day-long conference that highlights diverse research programs on the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus and promotes collaborations of scientists at the Medical Center, the National Institutes of Aging and Drug Abuse and The Johns Hopkins Hospital.