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Kathleen Page, Adriana Andrade and Alicia Arbaje have spearheaded health care outreach efforts to neighboring Latinos of all ages.
Articles in this Issue
In 2010, two infectious disease specialists started HOLA, the Hopkins Organization for Latino Awareness, to improve quality, outcomes and access to care for Latinos at Johns Hopkins through scholarship, education and policy leadership.
The Director of the Department of Medicine prepares for the department's first retreat in five years.
In The National Spotlight
Two Johns Hopkins internists take the top roles in two national professional organizations.
Fascinated by autoimmune disease since medical school, Michelle Petri has dedicated her career to researching lupus.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Neurogastroenterology, one of the few in the country, aims to relieve GI disorders well rooted in the nervous system.
Fruits of Philanthropy
A new program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center aims to improve the health of older adults by increasing health care providers' skills in caring for them.
Many physicians tend to overlook COPD in women; a John Hopkins team is hoping to change that through clinical trials and research.
A center at Johns Hopkins is the only multidisciplinary program of its kind in the country treating adult men with the chromosomal disorder.