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The University recently announced that Damani Piggott, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Graduate Biomedical Education and Graduate Student Diversity, will become the inaugural director of the Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative and Associate Vice Provost for Graduate Diversity and Partnerships.

Barbara Fivush, senior associate dean of women in science and medicine, inaugural director of the Office of Women in Science and Medicine, and former pediatric nephrology division director, will retire on June 30, 2021.

We are delighted to announce that Katherine Chang Chretien will become associate dean for medical student affairs and director of medical student wellness effective July 1, 2021, joining the faculty in the Department of Medicine Division of Hospital Medicine at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

It isn’t often that the Alan Mason Chesney Archives of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions receives a huge collection of personal papers that documents the career and contributions of an alumnus. But that just happened when W. Bruce Fye shipped forty-five boxes to the archives.

The annual U.S. News & World Report Best Medical Schools: Research rankings for 2022 were announced today, and the list reaffirmed that the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is one of the best in the country.

Congratulations to Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Three Minute Thesis winners Chad Hicks and Benjamin Zaepfel!

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Andrew Ewald, Ph.D., as director of the Department of Cell Biology.

In 2013, we established the Hopkins Retrospective, a university-wide initiative to more deeply explore our history. Today, we write to provide you with an update on this work and to share some significant new information about our founder, Johns Hopkins.

Tom Koenig’s impact as an adviser and passionate advocate for medical students will be impossible to replace. Perhaps even more, his humanity and friendship will be missed by faculty, students and staff in the school of medicine.

A skilled researcher and gifted surgeon, Dr. Gott was considered a giant in the field of cardiac surgery. He is remembered as an inspiring leader who built our cardiac surgery division into one of the premier programs in the world.

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