Spring 2017

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

A Passion for Shaping Health Care Policy

As more Osler trainees embrace electives in government and health systems management, a new fellowship in health care policy aims to nurture that interest. Four Osler trainees on this path share their vision for the future of health care policy.

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Articles in this Issue

  • Sanjay's Section

    Waxing personal, the director of the Osler Residency Training Program shares his concerns about the direction our country is headed and how it affects health care.

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  • Beyond the Dome

    Osler alum David Agus catapulted onto the national stage as a health care guru and best-selling author. Learn how the oncologist and professor of medicine engineering at the University of Southern California and founding director of USC’s Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine explores novel ways to advance better health and cures — building on what he calls his “amazing” training.

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  • Where in the World Is Your Osler Tie or Scarf?

    After a terrifying but exhilarating adventure, Osler alum Michelle Sharp donned her Osler scarf and had a witness capture the moment.

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  • Class Notes

    The 2017 match includes the highest number of Ph.D.s ever and the highest number of underrepresented minorities in over a decade.