Issue No. 026 | February 2014
Cell physiology

Where first year medical students learn the science basics
The recurring theme throughout the first year of the Genes to Society curriculum is laying foundations and Scientific Foundations of Medicine (SFM) follows suit. SFM presents the language and principles of biomedical science that students will be using throughout their study of human health and disease. Read more.

Katelyn McDonald Medical Illustration Student, Katelyn McDonald, Receives Honorable Mention
McDonald received honorable mention in the poster category for the 2013 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge, which was created more than a decade ago as a joint effort between Science magazine and the National Science Foundation. Read more.
Dr. Arthur Burnett, II Legacy of Service
Arthur Burnett, Med '87, received the 2013 Martin Luther King Community Service Award at the Johns Hopkins 32nd annual commemoration. Burnett performs free health screenings, travels on medical missions and is working to increase urology training in underserved parts of the world. Read more.
Drs. Michael and Elizabeth Brunt Fulfilling a Promise
Dr. Michael Brunt’s desire to give back to Hopkins has been brewing ever since his graduation from the medical school in 1980. Now, some 30 years later, he is fulfilling a promise to support future generations of physicians with the creation of a scholarship fund.
US News and World Report survey US News & World Report "Best Hospitals" Survey Extended to 3/10
This year, U.S. News & World Report has opened the voting in the reputational component of their hospital rating system to approximately 50,000 additional board-certified physicians through Doximity, its online physician directory partner. Read more.

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Hopkins Evenings at the BSO

The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association is proud to sponsor the School of Medicine's Evenings at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. These events provide a wonderful opportunity to not only enjoy the spectacular music, but connect with other alumni, faculty and current students.

The last event of this year's series is Saturday, March 1 @ 7:00 p.m. featuring CSI: Mozart.

Click here for more info and to register.

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JHU Alumni Association

Alumni College teaches confidence in the kitchen

A group of Hopkins alumni who attended last May's Alumni College, Food and Wine in the Hudson Valley, uncorked some principles from the pros to elevate their wining and dining to a whole new level.

"I learned that I don't need to be afraid of ingredients, whether it's herbs, olive oil, or even salt," said Ben Lee, Med '99, who attended with his wife, Julia Koo, Peab '02. Read more.

Find more alumni events on the JHU Alumni Association website.

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