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June 2011

Miller timeline

Date: June 14, 2011

Miller timeline


  • Miller appointed as first dean/CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine


  • Howard County General Hospital enters the Johns Hopkins Medicine system


  • Miller centralizes the international initiatives into what is now Johns Hopkins Medicine International
  • The Bunting-Blaustein building for cancer research opens
  • Founding of the McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine


  • Founding of the Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences
  • The Harry and Jeannette Weinberg building, a comprehensive cancer treatment center, opens


  • Founding of the Institute for Cell Engineering, the first dedicated cell engineering research incubator of its kind in academic medicine
  • Founding of the Center for Innovation in Quality Patient Care, in response to the tragic death of young Hopkins patient Josie King
  • Creating the role of vice dean for clinical investigations and strengthening clinical trial oversight, in response to the death of human research volunteer and employee Ellen Roche
  • The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center opens
  • The Johns Hopkins Early Learning and Child Care Center opens in the former Church Hospital complex


  • Miller creates one of the nation’s largest academic group practices by consolidating Hopkins Hospital’s Clinical Practice Association with Bayview Medical Center’s clinical group


  • Hopkins Medicine trustees set the 10-year campus redevelopment plan, beginning with the FY 2004 budget
  • Broadway Research Building opens


  • Founding of the Johns Hopkins Heart Institute, now known as the Heart and Vascular Institute


  • A celebration recognizes the promotion of 100 women to the rank of full professor


  • Groundbreaking for the new clinical buildings
  • The David H. Koch Cancer Research Building and the David M. Rubenstein Child Health Building open
  • The Medicine Diversity Committee is created to accelerate improvements under way on the number of underrepresented minority medical students and residents


  • The Johns Hopkins Medicine Brain Science Institute is established


  • The new school of medicine curriculum, Genes to Society, is launched
  • The Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education Building opens
  • Suburban Hospital in Bethesda is integrated into Johns Hopkins Medicine


  • Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C., joins the Hopkins family. So does All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla.
  • Hopkins agrees to develop Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine and Perdana University Teaching
  • Hospital in Malaysia
  • The number of women who have attained full professorships in the school of medicine increases to 155