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Janice Clements

Janice E. Clements, Ph.D.

Vice Dean for Faculty
Mary Wallace Stanton Professor of Faculty Affairs
Professor of Molecular & Comparative Pathobiology, Neurology and Pathology

Advocate for faculty.


Hometown: Bronx, NY
Education: B.S., College of Mount Saint Vincent
Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park
My favorite part of my job is... connecting faculty to people and resources for their successes.
Research Pursuits: HIV latency, infection of the CNS and myeloid cells
Outside of work you can find me... in my kitchen cooking for family and friends, doing Pilates, and reading, reading!

Nauder Faraday

Nauder Faraday, M.D., M.P.H.

Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Development

Passion, commitment, caring, achievement.


Hometown: Bronx, NY
Education: B.S., Columbia University
M.D., Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
M.P.H., Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
My favorite part of my job is... interacting with amazingly talented people and helping them to succeed.
Research Pursuits: molecular mechanisms of hemostasis/thrombosis and response to anti-thrombotic therapy, precision medicine
Outside of work you can find me... enjoying time with my wife and children, keeping up with current events.

Kimberly Skarupski

Kimberly Skarupski, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Associate Dean for Faculty Development
Associate Professor of Medicine

Write or write not. There is no try.


Hometown: Erie, PA
Education: B.S., Gannon University
M.A., SUNY at Buffalo
M.P.H., University of Pittsburgh
Ph.D., Case Western University
My favorite part of my job is... getting to know our faculty members and spreading the "WAG" word!
Research Pursuits: WAGs, faculty development, gerontology
Outside of work you can find me... at my gym or on the prowl for sushi and martinis!

Rachel B. Levine

Rachel B. Levine, M.D., M.P.H.

Associate Dean for Education Development
Associate Professor of Medicine

There is no secret ingredient.


Hometown: Columbia, MD
Education: B.A. & M.D., McGill University
M.P.H., Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
My favorite part of my job is... working with creative and talented faculty.
Research Pursuits: faculty development in medical education, women in medicine
Outside of work you can find me... sailing, hiking and enjoying time with my family.

David Yousem

David Yousem, M.D., M.B.A.

Associate Dean for Professional Development
Professor of Radiology
Director of Neuroradiology

Are you doing things right or are you doing the right things?


Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Education: B.S., University of Michigan
M.D., University of Michigan
M.B.A., Johns Hopkins University
My favorite part of my job is... when I see junior faculty accomplish something they have set as a goal.
Research Pursuits: respectability issues with head and neck cancer, business operations in radiology, performance improvement, advanced function brain imaging techniques
Outside of work you can find me... in my basement either on the treadmill, elliptical, stationary bike, or rowing machine trying to ready my journals.

Jennifer Haythornthwaite

Jennifer Haythornthwaite, Ph.D.

Mentoring Consultant for Vice Deans

Listen to understand, not just hear.


Hometown: State College, PA
Education: B.S., Penn State
Ph.D., SUNY Stony Brook
My favorite part of my job is... helping our faculty and trainees find their path.
Research Pursuits: psychological aspects of the pain experience; evaluating pain treatments
Outside of work you can find me... working around the house, hiking or biking, or curled up on the couch reading a good book.

Monica Guy

Monica Guy

Program Coordinator
Hometown
: Baltimore, MD
Education: B.S., Communication, UMUC (in progress)
My favorite part of my job is... aiding in the fulfillment of the mission of Johns Hopkins.
Outside of work you can find me... enjoying laughs with my friends and family.

Martha Bruder

Martha Bruder

Program Coordinator
Hometown
: Laytonsville, MD
Education: B.S., University of Maryland, Smith School of Business, College Park
My favorite part of my job is... connecting faculty to resources that enrich their professional and personal lives.
Outside of work you can find me... spending time outside gardening, walking, hiking, fishing or in the kitchen cooking, eating and drinking (tea, of course).

 
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