Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Dr. Bayram is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He graduated from the American University of Beirut- Lebanon in 1994, and then completed his Emergency Medicine residency at Cook County Hospital in Chicago in 1999. He directed the joint international emergency medicine fellowship between Cook County, Rush University, and International Medical Corps from 2004 to 2008. He has served as a medical volunteer in highly complex humanitarian emergencies in Iraq, Lebanon, and Haiti. Dr. Bayram holds masters degrees in public health, disaster medicine, and education. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in public health from the University of Illinois in Chicago. At Hopkins, he is a Core Faculty in the Emergency Medicine’s Teaching College and is intricately involved in residents and students education. His research interest is focused on the various applications of metrics in medicine and education, especially disasters and public health preparedness.
Dr. Bayram lives in Arlington, Virginia, with his beautiful wife and daughter.