Welcome to our Faculty Gateway
The mission of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is to educate medical students, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows in accordance with the highest professional standards; to prepare clinicians to practice patient-centered medicine of the highest standard, and to identify and answer fundamental questions in medicine and science. The Part-Time Faculty (PTF) share in, and are integral to, the tripartite mission of teaching, research and patient care.
A Message From the Assistant Dean of Part-time Faculty
Appreciating and Supporting our Part-Time Faculty Colleagues
We greatly appreciate the work you are doing to care for our patients, students, our community, and each other. The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the Office of Part-Time Faculty (PTF) are looking for every way to assist part-time faculty with sharing information and resources, keeping in mind that we are all working to meet the needs of our patients and practices. As we work to enhance and expand communications we will use this site to provide information and seek your feedback. We welcome you to share your needs and concerns with us. We appreciate all that you do for our students, our patients, and our missions.
Sr. Director of Education & Training
Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians and Johns Hopkins Community Physicians
Associate Professor of Medicine
Assistant Dean of Part-time Faculty
Useful Links and Partners
Continuing Medical Education
The Johns Hopkins CloudCME web portal allows users to register for upcoming courses, review calendars, identify activities that will help them provide better care, access online syllabi, complete course evaluations and download transcripts in real-time.
Faculty Development Opportunities
The Johns Hopkins University SOM’s Office of Faculty Development creates and delivers effective programs that develop and nurture our diverse faculty as leaders in clinical care, medical education, and research excellence.
Genes to Society
The Genes to Society curriculum presents a model of health and disease based in the principles of adaptation to the environment, variability of the genotype and stratification of risk, rather than simply a dichotomous view of "normal human biology" and "abnormal physiology."
Improve Your Teaching
In an effort to bring the most effective and evidence-based teaching strategies to everyone in the global community, the Institute for Excellence in Education has compiled a series of valuable resources in this website.
Institute for Excellence in Education
The mission of the Institute for Excellence in Education is to promote, value and advance the educational mission of the School of Medicine while enhancing the school's leadership role in medical and biomedical education.
JHCP Medical Case Conference Series
New webinars and CME events are added on weekly basis.
Longitudinal Ambulatory Clerkship
The Longitudinal Ambulatory Clerkship places students in “home clinic” for a 12-month period, allowing them to experience firsthand many of the professional, behavioral and organizational issues that have an impact on the practice of medicine.
Office of Faculty
The Office of Faculty strives to make all of the support and resources they offer readily available to faculty when they need it.
Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians Education and Training
The Office of Education and Training develops, evaluates and coordinates innovative learning to support strategic initiatives of the Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians.