The Johns Hopkins Genes to Society curriculum begins with a grounding in what we’ve learned from the Human Genome Project about human variability, risk and the ability to modulate disease presentation and outcomes. We have also brought in a wealth of knowledge in the social and behavioral sciences as well as public health and policy content, with an aim toward improving societal health outcomes.
By providing centralized management of the medical student curriculum, the office tracks formal curricular events, manages the use of the Armstrong Medical Education Building resources, provides program evaluation and continuous quality improvement of the curriculum, supports faculty development and innovation, and ensures compliance with the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) medical education program standards.
We value excellence, teamwork, inclusivity, professionalism, and effective and equitable use of resources.
Responsibilities and Services
- Overseeing continuous quality improvement of the Genes to Society Curriculum
- Facilitating horizontal and vertical integration of curricular content across the 4-year Genes to Society Curriculum
- Consulting and engaging in curriculum development
- Developing and implementing learner assessments
- Administering course evaluations in non-clerkship curriculum, analyzing results, and developing action plans in collaboration with course leaders and learners
- Supporting implementation of non-clerkship courses in the curriculum
- Maintaining and monitoring the Clerkship Central Monitoring Database
- Supporting organization of our curriculum management tool (OASIS) course schedule and curriculum content mapping
- Identifying opportunities for faculty development and implementing solutions in collaboration with the Office of Faculty Development
- Consulting on educational technology and instructional design
- Maintaining and updating the Course and Clerkship Calendar and Manuals
The accreditation process adopted by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) has two general aims: to certify that a medical education program meets prescribed standards, and to promote institutional self-evaluation and improvement. View 2021 information (JHED ID required)
Nancy Hueppchen, M.D., M.Sc.Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education
Janet Record, M.D.Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education
Celeste Stratton, M.B.S.Instructional Designer
Terri HennelProgram Administrator for Undergraduate Medical Education
Sherrie FornoffMedical Training Program Administrator
Susan ShultzMedical Training Program Administrator
Joanne DrakeSenior Administrative Coordinator
Douglas Clarke, Jr, M.Ed.Continuous Quality Improvement and LCME Accreditation Administrator