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Experience 125: A Year of Celebrations

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Alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends invited to host 125 celebrations around the world!

In October 2018, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine will turn 125 years old.  We invite alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends to experience 125 years of tradition and innovation by hosting 125 social gatherings around the globe. No matter where you are in the world, we want you to join the celebration!

Interested in hosting an Experience 125 celebration?

Design it however you’d like. Formal. Casual. Quick snacks. Three-course meal. Happy Hour. Any gathering of two or more friends of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine counts – just be sure to take a photo holding up 125!

Hosts will serve as ambassadors for the School of Medicine by gathering fellow alumni, faculty, staff, donors, students and friends to be a part of the Experience 125 celebration.

The School of Medicine is unable to provide financial support for celebrations, but we have prepared a toolkit equipped with School of Medicine highlights, anniversary talking points, and other resources to help make your event spectacular.

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Questions? Contact us at or 410-361-6565.

To learn more about The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 125th Anniversary, click here

From left: Hopkins staff member Joshua Else, Assistant Professor of Neurology Vasiliki Machairaki, MSc, PhD, and Constantine G. Lyketsos, MD, MHS (right), Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, join guests at the 24th Annual Palm Beach Dean's Symposium reception. 
Johns Hopkins Department of Urology & Urological Oncology at Sibley Memorial Hospital pays homage to the 125th Anniversary of the JHU School of Medicine! Who is pictured from left to right: Joe Stahl, Dr. Armine Smith, Brenda Nyachieo, Dr. Justin Benabdallah, and Laura Eitel
The Johns Hopkins Medicine Innovation Experience was a new feature at the 2018 Johns Hopkins Medicine Dean's Symposium, held Feb, 7-8 in Gulf Coast and Palm Beach, Florida. Guests explored five hands-on stations as Simulation Center and Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital faculty (pictured) shared how we improve patient safety, while advancing simulation technology, research and teaching.
Alumni near and far joined the Johns Hopkins Dermatology's Alumni & Friends Reception at the American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA on February 17, 2018. Attendees included (from left to right) David Stein, MD, Nate Jourabchi, MD, Hana Jeon, MD, Lark Guss, MD, John Zampella, MD, and Noori Kim, MD.
The inaugural cohort of the Mary Elizabeth Garrett Executive Leadership Program for Women Faculty held a kickoff event on Jan. 10 - becoming one of our first Experience 125 celebrations! 
Underrepresented in Medicine students, alumni, residents and house staff gather for an evening of networking and conversation at Cava Mezze in Baltimore.
Graduate Program representatives and students at the Graduate Student Association's February meeting. These monthly meetings are where students connect, share information, and become more involved.