When Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine students heard their clerkships were cancelled due to COVID-19, they sprang into action, creating a way to help from home. CovidUp2Date, a social media campaign, confronts COVID-19 rumors with facts by providing daily updates about the pandemic from reputable sources.
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a graduate student in possession of a stipend must be in want of free food. It is this fact that the Graduate Student Association (GSA) uses to draw students to their multitude of events, but there is more to the GSA than you may expect.
Feb 28, 2020 No comments
The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) can be a challenging place for parents and staff members. Explore how Kat Kowalski, NICU chaplain, helps support struggling infants and those connected to them.
Oct 8, 2019
Jonathan Grima Hometown: I am a Maltese-American. I was born and raised in New York City with my three younger siblings. My parents and extended family, on the other hand, were all born and raised in Malta, a tiny, beautiful island country in the heart of the Mediterranean. My parents migrated from Malta to NYC […]
Feb 14, 2019
A Conversation with Kapil Ramachandran, Johns Hopkins Graduate Student and Incoming Member of the Harvard Society of FellowsPosted by David Ottenheimer | Honor Roll
Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down with Kapil Ramachandran, a graduate student in the Biochemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology (BCMB) Graduate Program who has been named an incoming junior fellow in the Harvard Society of Fellows. This prestigious position grants Kapil the resources to work as an independent investigator immediately following completion of […]
Apr 13, 2018
Stepping into the Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education Building (AMEB), you can always count on Aisha to brighten your day. Born and raised in Baltimore, Aisha has worked at Johns Hopkins since 2009, and recently changed positions from security first class officer to interim administrative assistant. Everybody knows and loves Aisha, who greets each […]
Feb 27, 2018
As 2016 draws to a close and many of us look forward to spending time with family and loved ones, one cannot escape the joyful jingles that herald this season. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa, the holidays that mark the end of the calendar year give us pause to reflect on the blessings […]
Dec 30, 2016
Matching into residency was one of the greatest days of my life. Years of hard work and dedication had finally culminated into the opportunity to become a doctor and practice medicine where I wanted, and in the specialty where I fit best. A few years into being a resident, the process started over, with the […]
Nov 7, 2016
The following submission is the first place winner of The Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation 2016 essay contest. You can read the original posting here. Modern medicine has worked miracles: we have cured infectious diseases with vaccines, replaced failing organs with transplants, converted many cancers from death sentences into treatable conditions. But one area has […]
Jun 8, 2016