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Dr. Marinopoulos is a Board Certified General Internist and Assistant Professor of Medicine who has served as the Director of University Health Services as of March 2006. He completed his undergraduate studies with a degree in Chemistry from The University of Chicago. He received his MD degree from the University Of Chicago Pritzker School Of Medicine and his MBA from the University Of Chicago Graduate School Of Business, with a concentration in Health Administration and Policy. He received his Internal Medicine training at New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center. After 2 years in private practice, Dr. Marinopoulos joined the full time faculty in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins in 2001. He has published in the area of evidence based medicine and has interests in the areas of university health and health care administration.
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Dr. Codori is a Board Certified General Internist and Instructor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. She graduated from Northwestern University School of Medicine in Chicago, IL in 1990. She holds a Master's degree in public health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She completed her Internal Medicine internship and residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston, MA in 1993. She has cared for adults in many ambulatory and inpatient settings. She provided primary care and inpatient care to adults for 7 years as a staff internist for Johns Hopkins Community Physicians in East Baltimore. She provided urgent outpatient care as a faculty physician for Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care from 2000 through 2005. Her most recent position before joining the Johns Hopkins faculty was as physician manager for Chase Brexton Health Services, a federally qualified community health center. Her research interests include rapid HIV testing in emergency departments, MRSA prevalence in emergency departments and depression in medical students.
Dr. Miller is a Board Certified General Internist who has practiced at UHS since 1995, but has assumed an increased clinical role since November 2006. Dr Miller completed his undergraduate studies at Pennsylvania State University and followed with a PhD in Marine Sciences from the University of Connecticut. After receiving his MD from Jefferson Medical College, Dr Miller did residency training at the Medical University of South Carolina and completed a fellowship in General Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins. Dr Miller is certified by the American Society of Hypertension as a specialist in the treatment of hypertension. He conducts research on the effects of diet and lifestyle on blood pressure and kidney disease.
Zoobia Chaudhry, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Rezi Alavi, MD
Instructor of Medicine
Ariel Paskin, WHNP
Mary Whippel, CRNP