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Teresa Rae Johnson, M.S., Ph.D.
Director, Office of Assessment and Evaluation
Assistant Professor of Health Sciences Informatics
Research Interests: Medical education; Education; Information technology; Learning; Sports; Psychology
Dr. Teresa Rae Johnson is an assistant professor of health sciences informatics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Her research focuses on medical education and learning. Dr. Johnson serves as the director of the Office of Assessment and Evaluation.
Dr. Johnson received her B.A. in psychology from the University of Central Florida. She earned her M.S. and Ph.D. in educational and sport psychology from the Florida State University College of Medicine. Dr. Johnson joined the Johns Hopkins faculty in 2015.
Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, she was an assistant professor of medical education at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine.
She serves as a capstone advisor for the Master of Education in the Health Professions program. She is a managing board member of the Institute for Excellence in Education and an executive committee member of the Education Policy and Curriculum Committee at Johns Hopkins.
- Director, Office of Assessment and Evaluation
- Assistant Professor of Health Sciences Informatics
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Centers & Institutes
- B.A., University of Central Florida (Florida) (1994)
- M.S., Florida State University College of Medicine (Tallahassee) (Florida) (1999)
- Ph.D., Florida State University College of Medicine (Tallahassee) (Florida) (2008)
Research & Publications
Johnson TR. "Integrating statistics and systems‐based content in undergraduate medical education using a novel competitive game—‘the study puzzles.'" Med Sci Educ. 2015;25:345‐356.
Foster A, Johnson T, Liu H, Cluver J, Johnson S, Neumann C, Marcangelo M, Rosenthal R, Ton H, Davidson B, Klapheke M. "Student assessment of psychiatry clinical simulation teaching modules." Med Teach. 2015;37:300.
Franklin AL, Mishtal J, Johnson T, Simms‐Cendan JS. "Rowers' behaviors and perceptions about competitive exercise during pregnancy." Obstet Gynecol. 2015;125:48S.
Johnson TR, Khalil MK, Peppler RD, Davey DD, Kibble JD. "Use of the NBME Comprehensive Basic Science Examination as a progress test in the pre‐clerkship curriculum of a new medical school." Adv Physiol Educ. 2014;38:315‐320.
Harris D, Bellew C, Asmar A, Cendan J, Gonzalez L, Johnson T. "The effect of student‐observer‐led or faculty‐led debriefing on learning teamwork and communication skill during high fidelity patient simulation scenarios (719.2)." FASEB J. 2014;28(1 Supplement):719‐2.
Activities & Honors
- Standards Committee, MedBiquitous, 2016
- Society of Directors of Research in Medical Education, 2016
- Teaching Statistics in the Health Sciences Special Interest Group, American Statistical Association, 2012
- Online Education Executive Team, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2016
- Member, Educational Technology Committee, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2016
- Managing Board Member, Institute for Excellence in Education, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2015
- Member, Genes to Society Integration Committee, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, 2015
- Executive Committee Member, Education Policy and Curriculum Committee, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2015
- Member, University Council on Learning and Assessment, Johns Hopkins University, 2015
- Member, Post-Doctoral Advisory Board, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2015
- Member, Office of Information Technology Advisory Board, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2015