A female surgeon and former faculty member at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine filed a federal lawsuit Monday alleging she faced “persistent and corrosive gender bias” during her employment that culminated in her termination this year. Kimberley Eden Steele came to Johns Hopkins as a fellow in 2005 and later joined the medical staff and […]
ANNAPOLIS — The University of Maryland School of Medicine says it has received a $5 million grant from the state to create a problem gambling center. The university made the announcement Thursday. The center is being called a first of its kind in the state. A telephone helpline service to refer problem gamblers to treatment […]
David Levitt has wanted to be a doctor since he was in elementary school so that he could help patients like himself. The Silver Spring native was 7 years old when he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. And on July 1, Levitt will take the next step in that direction when he begins his […]
Donna Booth, M.D., F.A.C.S., is now seeing patients at Katzen Eye Group’s Bel Air location. Booth, a board-certified ophthalmologist, will provide a variety of services to patients in Harford County including cataract surgery, anterior segment ophthalmology and dry eye services. Booth will join six practitioners at the Bel Air location, which opened its doors in […]
Dr. Edward D. Miller, Dean/CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, has announced he will retire on June 30, 2012. The first notice of his retirement came in an email sent to Hopkins staff and faculty on May 4, by Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels. He praised Miller, who has been in the job since […]
More than 150 seniors at the University of Maryland School of Medicine gathered with their friends and family Thursday, nervously waiting to learn where they would spend the next few years of their lives. The ceremony was part of a national event put together by the National Residency Matching Program, a nonprofit that connects medical […]
The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Baltimore School of Law announced on Tuesday that they will form a Center for Medicine and Law, a “mini-think tank” focusing on how law affects health care providers in their day-to-day jobs.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine announced Tuesday that it is partnering with Academic Medical Centre Sdn Bhd to develop the first private, four-year, graduate medical school in Malaysia. Under the deal, Hopkins will help design the new school and its curriculum. The goal is for the 600-bed teaching hospital being built along with […]