Aequanimitas Winter 2021

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

Urban Health Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Bolsters Care for the Most Vulnerable Patients

A decade since its debut, the residency continues to train physicians how best to care for patients in underserved populations.

A photo shows Katie Shaw.

Articles in this Issue

  • Fellowship Match List

    Osler Medical Residency leadership is pleased to share the match list for the Osler residents who applied to fellowship programs. We are proud of their accomplishments and are thrilled that many have opted to stay at Johns Hopkins for subspecialty training.

    An image represents different areas of medicine.
  • Beyond the Dome

    Married Osler alums Michelle Estrella and John Clarke reflect on how their training informs their careers.

    A photo shows Michelle Estrella and John Clarke.
  • An Update from the Front Lines of COVID-19 Care

    As COVID-19 continues to spread, the director of the Johns Hopkins Osler Medical Residency reports on progress, a new model of unit care and a new grant to support physician scientists.

    Sanjay Desai, M.D., Director Osler Medical Residency Program