Kimmel in Your Community
The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center is in your community. At Johns Hopkins, we recognize our obligation to serve and educate the community and to ensure that new discoveries and knowledge are disseminated at the community level.
Our outreach programs to minorities and underserved citizens have provided access to Johns Hopkins expertise and care to communities throughout Baltimore and Maryland and dramatically improved the ability of everyone to access cancer prevention, early detection, and treatment.
Is your organization or group looking for an interesting speaker? Here is your chance to hear - in your own community - from Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center experts.
Our physicians, nurses, researchers, cancer survivors, and other experts can provide informative and timely presentations for corporations, civic organizations, community, groups, schools, churches, and businesses within a 40-mile radius of Baltimore.
In general, speakers require an audience of 20 or more. We welcome suggestions for speakers on topics not listed below. If you do not have a topic in mind, we will work with you to identify topics and speakers pertinent to your groups’ interests and needs.
Our goal is not only to teach people about cancer screening, prevention, and treatment, but to guide and support them as they put what they’ve learned into use.
Learn more about the Kimmel Cancer Center and take a virtual tour.