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Christina Catlett, M.D., FACEP
Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine Class of 1998
Director, Johns Hopkins Go Team
Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
Everest expedition physician, 2006
"It is with great pride that I tell people I am a Hopkins-trained physician. My residency at Johns Hopkins opened career doors for me that other programs would not have. Hopkins training goes beyond the practice of academic emergency medicine. It shows residents how to incorporate Operational Medicine, Disaster Medicine and International Health into their career if they so desire."
Steve Holtzclaw, M.D., FACEP
Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine Class of 1993
Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Alteon Health
"Hopkins training gave me the skills to become a leader in the field of emergency medicine."
Tina Latimer, M.D., M.P.H., FACEPJohns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine Class of 2009
Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine Medical Education Fellowship Class of 2010
Regional Medical Director, Alteon Health
“It is a rare and honorable experience to train as a Johns Hopkins emergency physician. The Hopkins name carries with it a deep esteem that is recognized by the healthcare leaders around the country. More importantly though, it is the fundamental work of caring for patients at Hopkins during residency training that helps you focus your professional intent and launch into that effort fully prepared and confident that you will lead and succeed.”
Cyrus Shahpar, M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H.
Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine Class of 2010
Director, Preventing Epidemics Team at the Resolve to Save Lives Initiative of Vital Strategies
“Johns Hopkins is a globally-recognized and respected health institution, and joining the Hopkins network and family has allowed me to pursue the career I have always dreamed of. I get to travel the world to health emergencies and work with experts to have immediate impact in crisis situations. I frequently come across other Hopkins alumni (often in leadership positions) working in emergencies around the world, and we often talk about our time in East Baltimore. Essentially the institution has had its fingerprints in emergency medicine and global health for decades, and by training at JHU, I was able to connect with, learn from and contribute to this tremendous legacy.”