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Snapshots of Support: Fall 2019

Snapshots of Support: Fall 2019

Dawna and Vern Poyner of the Matthew Vernon Poyner Memorial Foundation have generously supported myocarditis research at Johns Hopkins for the past four years. The donations are in memory of their beloved son, Matthew. In July 2019, Dawna and Vern met with Nisha Gilotra, M.D., and Daniela Cihakova, Ph.D., at The Johns Hopkins Hospital to learn about the impact of their contributions. From left: Dawna Poyner, Daniela Cihakova, Nisha Gilotra and Vern Poyner.

Learning How Their Contributions Impact Myocarditis Research
Dawna and Vern Poyner of the Matthew Vernon Poyner Memorial Foundation have generously supported myocarditis research at Johns Hopkins for the past four years. The donations are in memory of their beloved son, Matthew. In July 2019, Dawna and Vern met with Nisha Gilotra, M.D., and Daniela Cihakova, Ph.D., at The Johns Hopkins Hospital to learn about the impact of their contributions. From left: Dawna Poyner, Daniela Cihakova, Nisha Gilotra and Vern Poyner.

In May 2019, a group of cardiology donors and friends gathered at The Johns Hopkins Hospital to “live the mission.” They had behind-the-scenes, hands-on experiences that demonstrated some of the exciting work taking place in the Division of Cardiology.

Donors and Friends Go Behind-the-Scenes with Cardiologists 
In May 2019, a group of cardiology donors and friends gathered at The Johns Hopkins Hospital to “live the mission.” They had behind-the-scenes, hands-on experiences that demonstrated some of the exciting work taking place in the Division of Cardiology.

 

Faculty and family members and friends gathered in Baltimore in March 2019 to celebrate the installation of Oscar Cingolani, M.D., as the inaugural Thomas Traill Reader in Cardiology. During the four-year appointment, Cingolani will have protected time for scholarship and will serve as an academic physician and teacher. Above: Traill and Faye Morford, the first donor to the Traill Readership Fund.

Dinner Celebrates the Inaugural Thomas Traill Reader in Cardiology
Faculty and family members and friends gathered in Baltimore in March 2019 to celebrate the installation of Oscar Cingolani, M.D., as the inaugural Thomas Traill Reader in Cardiology. During the four-year appointment, Cingolani will have protected time for scholarship and will serve as an academic physician and teacher. Above: Traill and Faye Morford, the first donor to the Traill Readership Fund.

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