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Welcome to The Institute for Excellence in Education

Committed to Leading the Way in Medical and Biomedical Education

The mission of the Institute for Excellence in Education (IEE) of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is to promote, value and advance the educational mission of the School of Medicine while enhancing the School of Medicine's leadership role in medical and biomedical education nationally and internationally. To guide this mission, IEE has identified four guiding principles or "pillars" into which all of our decisions, work and programs are aligned.

The Pillars of Our Mission

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Improving Teaching
Explore Pillar I

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Inspiring and Supporting Research, Scholarship and Innovation in Education
Explore Pillar II

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Valuing and Recognizing Teachers and Educators
Explore Pillar III

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Fostering a Community of Educators
Explore Pillar IV

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Foundational Principles for Teaching and Education

Medical and biomedical education is the foundation of academic medicine. IEE felt it was important to explicitly state and codify our institution's educational principles. It is our hope that the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Foundational Principles for Teaching and Education defined here will be inspiring to Johns Hopkins leaders, educators and learners, to help align all teaching and educational efforts.

Read the Foundational Principles


Upcoming Educational Events/Opportunities:

January 24, 2018, 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.,  East Baltimore Campus, Mountcastle Auditorium, Pre-Clinical Teaching Building: Medical and Biomedical Education Grand Rounds

Joey Barnett, PhD

Joey V. Barnett, PhD
     Vice Chair, Professor of Pharmacology Medicine, Pediatrics, Pathology and,
     Microbiology and Immunology
     Director of the Office of Medical Student Research
     Assistant Dean of Physician-Researcher Training
     Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Topic: ORPHEUS: Developing Best Practices in Graduate Education - a European Perspective

Time: 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Venue: Mountcastle Auditorium
             Pre-Clinical Teaching Building
             725 North Wolfe Street
             Baltimore, MD 21205

Dr. Joey V. Barnett is Professor of Pharmacology, Medicine, Pediatrics, and Pathology, Microbiology & Immunology and Vice Chair of the Department of Pharmacology at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. He also directs the Office of Medical Student Research and is Assistant Dean of Physician-Researcher Training. Dr. Barnett has a longstanding interest in training scientists and physician-scientists. He served as Director of Graduate Studies in Pharmacology (2001 to 2011) and also directed an NHLBI postdoctoral training program in Cardiovascular Pharmacology (2004 to 2010). He helped establish and co-direct the HHMI-funded interdisciplinary Training Program in Molecular Medicine (2010-2014) and a joint Pharm.D., Ph.D. with the Lipscomb College of Pharmacy (2012-present). From 2009-2014 he reviewed training programs for NIGMS as a member of the Biomedical Research & Training Review Committee. Since 2011 he has been an active contributor to ORPHEUS (Organization for PhD Education in Biomedicine and Health Sciences in the European System) which advances best practices for PhD and physician-scientist training in the European Higher Education Area. He currently serves on the FASEB Training and Career Opportunities Subcommittee and the Executive Committee of ASPET’s Division of Pharmacology Education. In 2014 he was appointed Assistant Dean of Physician-Researcher Training and Director of the Office of Medical Student Research where he developed and now oversees the required research curriculum for medical students and research year out programs. Dr. Barnett developed a pilot mentoring program for the American Heart Association, the HBCU Scholars Program, for which he was awarded the Louis B. Russell, Jr. Memorial Award in 2017. His research on the genes and molecules that regulate cardiovascular development were recognized by his election as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2015.

Read more about Dr. Barnett

 


Johns Hopkins Faculty Development Longitudinal Program in Teaching Skills, Parts 1 & 2

Part 1:
Fourteen consecutive Thursdays, September 7 - December 14, 2017

Part 2:
Ten consecutive Thursdays, February 8 – April 12, 2018

Time:
8:30 am - 12 noon

Venue:
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Campus
Mason F. Lord Building
Center Tower, Suite 2300
Baltimore, MD 21224

For online information and registration:
http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/johns_hopkins_bayview/education_training/continuing_education/faculty_development_program/

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