This is a very exciting time for Johns Hopkins. Not only have we launched the bold new vision for medical education - the Genes to Society Curriculum - but we are launching it in a state-of-the-art building designed specifically for the curriculum. As the campus' new medical education center, the Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education Building offers innovative classrooms with projection capabilities on all four walls and mobile podiums for instructors. There are large lecture halls, intimate learning studios, and private study areas. The building also features the latest digital communications technology, including virtual-realtiy simulations, MRI imgages, CT scans, and other 21st century reference tools.
The opening of Armstrong followed the opening of the Johns Hopkins Simulation Center in 2008.