Dr. Benjamin Bodnar is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He was born and raised in Baltimore and after training in institutions across the country, and working at sites around the world, he has returned to work in his home town. He received his undergraduate degree from Stanford University, his medical degree from Columbia University, and completed his specialty training at Yale New Haven Hospital. He also worked at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA and held the appointment of an Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School prior to his return to Johns Hopkins Hospital in 2016.
He is board certified in both Internal Medicine as well as Pediatrics and in addition to his focus on providing world-class clinical care to his patients at Johns Hopkins Hospital, he has a special interest in global health, and the application of Quality Improvement techniques to the often poorly functional systems at work in resource-limited and developing health care environments. He has worked internationally at sites including Nepal, Mongolia, Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda, and has worked with development groups including Partners in Health and The Millennium Villages Project.