Johns Hopkins Medicine Vice Dean David Nichols the new Armstrong Building
More than a century ago, Johns Hopkins revolutionized the teaching of medicine with a new curriculum that merged evidence-based science with patient-centered clinical care. Johns Hopkins is launching the second revolution in medical education, and it will take place within a new, state-of-the-art education designed to support the new Genes to Society medical education curriculum. The curriculum is notable for its systems approach to understanding all levels of the human being, from the genes, molecules, cell and organs of the patient to the familial, community, societal and environmental components that affect patient health.