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Daily Record Names Three Johns Hopkins Medicine Women to Its List of Maryland's Top 100 Women - 05/05/2008
Daily Record Names Three Johns Hopkins Medicine Women to Its List of Maryland's Top 100 Women
Release Date: May 5, 2008
Elizabeth A. Hunt, M.D., a clinical fellow in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Redonda G. Miller, M.D., assistant professor of medicine and assistant dean for student affairs, and Stephanie L. Reel, chief information officer for the Johns Hopkins University and Health System, have been named as three of Maryland’s Top 100 Women by the Daily Record business paper.
According to the Daily Record, it has recognized more than 750 “high-achieving Maryland women who are making an impact ... through professional accomplishment, community leadership and mentoring,” since 1996.
The latest Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine high achievers are:
• Elizabeth A. Hunt, M.D., M.P.H., is an assistant professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine and director of the Johns Hopkins Simulation Center. She has won numerous awards, particularly for her research on pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation and other aspects of critical care medicine. She is also a leading expert in developing and using simulation technologies to improve medical practice. Hunt, who recently earned a Ph.D. in epidemiology from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, has also performed volunteer medical work in Uganda, Kosovo, and Cuba.
• Redonda G. Miller, M.D., M.B.A., associate professor of medicine, serves as assistant dean for student affairs. In this capacity, she provides mentorship and guidance to medical students regarding curriculum issues and career choice. She also serves as vice-chair for clinical operations for the Department of Medicine, a role in which she is responsible for the oversight of the clinical operations of a large, diverse faculty, including various safety and regulatory initiatives.
• Stephanie L. Reel is the chief information officer for all divisions of the Johns Hopkins University and Health System and vice president for information services for Johns Hopkins Medicine. As CIO, she leads the implementation of the strategic plan and operational redesign for information services, networking, telecommunications, as well as clinical, research and instructional technologies. Reel was recognized as the Alumna of the Year at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, was named CIO of the Year in 2000 by the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and is the 2002 recipient of the national CIO 20/20 Vision Leader Award.
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