Aequanimitas Fall 2020

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A twice-yearly newsletter for current and former Johns Hopkins Medicine housestaff and friends

COVID-19’s Lessons: How the Pandemic Changed Residency Training

Former Osler assistant chiefs of service and a former intern share their experiences on how they adapted to the pandemic’s “chaos” and “uncertainty.”

An illustration of two Doctors in PPE studying a Covid germ

Articles in this Issue

  • Annual Awards and New Assistant Chiefs of Service

    Find out who was honored with awards for exceptional scholarship and leadership, and meet the new assistant chiefs of service, who began their terms July 1.

    From left, Kevin Shenderov (Barker); Rohan Shah (Janeway); Joanna Wang; (Longcope); Catherine Ireland (Thayer).
  • Celebrating and Bolstering Diversity

    The Osler Medical Residency Program has the greatest number of underrepresented interns in its history—exceeding the national average.

    Portrait of Sanjay Desai
  • Beyond the Dome

    Osler alum Alex Billioux discusses his role as assistant secretary of health for the Louisiana Department of Health Office of Public Health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Photo shows Louisiana Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser, Gov. John Bel Edwards, Alex Billioux and State Health Officer Jimmy Guidry at a COVID-19 press conference.