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Reunion & Alumni Weekend

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Registration is Now Open!

We are thrilled to welcome alumni and friends to our virtual Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Reunion and Alumni Weekend.

Reunion is open to all alumni. We will have special events for M.D. class years ending in 0, 1, 5, and 6 to celebrate their milestone reunions.

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Looking Back at 2020

Our 2020 Reunion & Alumni Weekend was changed to a virtual experience. On May 30th, we hosted virtual class gatherings, reunion symposium, and a crab cake cooking demonstration.

JHU School of Medicine Virtual Reunion Symposium 2020

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Alumni gather virtually to celebrate the 2020 Virtual Reunion Symposium and hear about the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the Johns Hopkins Health System and School of Medicine. Speakers include, Paul Rothman, Dean of the Medical Faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, Roy Ziegelstein, Vice Dean for Education, Lisa Maragakis, Senior Director of Infection Prevention, and Diane Orlinsky, Johns Hopkins Medical & Surgical Association President.

JHU SOM Virtual Reunion Crab Cake Cooking Demonstration

Chef Amy von Lange from Schola Cooking School in Baltimore, MD shows Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Alumni and friends how to cook a classic Maryland Crab Cake. To find out more about Schola Cooking School, please visit www.scholacooks.com.


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Looking Back at 2019

Our 2019 Reunion & Alumni Weekend was a wonderful return Home to Hopkins for alumni, friends, faculty, and more. Thank you for joining us May 30 - June 2.

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The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Reunion Symposium

Learn about some of the amazing research taking place at Johns Hopkins University & Medicine from President Ron Daniels, Dean Paul Rothman, and Vice Dean for Education Roy Ziegelstein. Find out how Johns Hopkins Medicine is harnessing the power of precision medicine and translating laboratory discoveries into potentially transformative cancer treatments.

Michael M.E. Johns, M.D. Public Policy Lecture

Alex Gorsky, chairman and CEO of Johnson & Johnson, speaks about “The Health of Societies and the Role of Industry.” Co-presented by the Dean of the School of Medicine and the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, the annual lectureship honors Dr. Michael M.E. Johns’ life-long commitment to excellence in healthcare. Dr. Johns was Dean of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Vice President of the Medical Faculty from 1990-96.

Johns Hopkins Medicine Award & Portrait Presentations

One of the most special events taking place during our Reunion & Alumni Weekend – where we recognize distinguished alumni and faculty for their outstanding achievements and honor influential members of the Johns Hopkins Medicine family. Among the celebrated guests are Dr. John Gearhart, Dr. W.P. Andrew Lee, and Dr. H. Ballentine Carter.

The School of Medicine Experience Panel Discussion

Four leaders from Johns Hopkins Medicine share how the School of Medicine experience has evolved through the decades. Join Redonda Miller, president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital; Catherine DeAngelis, professor emerita of pediatrics; Julia Haller, a world-renowned ophthalmologist who spent much of her career at Johns Hopkins; and Sherita Golden, executive vice-chair of the department of medicine, for a dynamic conversation about their experiences at the School of Medicine, moderated by John T. Thompson, president of the Johns Hopkins Medical & Surgical Association.

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