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Upcoming Meetings

  • JRAC: Monday, June 4, 2018 - 9:00 am - 11:00 am, MRB 181
  • SAC:  Tuesday, June 5, 2018 - 9:00 am - 11:00 am, MRB 181
  • APPC: Monday, June 11, 2018 - 9:00 am - 11:00 am, MRB 181
  • PPC:   Wednesday, June 13, 2018 - 10:00 am - 12:00 noon, MRB 181


Academic Primary Care Symposium - MAY 11

Hosted by the University of Maryland at Baltimore and
Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Primary Care Consortium

Friday, May 11, 2018, 12 Noon-4 PM
University of Maryland at Baltimore, MSTF Leadership Hall, 685 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore, MD 21201
No CME hours awarded for this event.

Creating the Future of Primary Care
Keynote: Robert L. Phillips Jr., MD, MSPH
Professor of family medicine at Georgetown and Virginia Commonwealth Universities.
Vice President for Research and Policy, American Board of Family Medicine
Member of the National Academy of Medicine. 

Poster session, Workshop and Networking Reception
Register for workshops HERE
Flyer and Poster Instructions: HERE 


Time Management Strategies: 90 Ideas in 90 minutes  - MAY 9
Do you feel like you’re not making progress on your mission because time seems to slip away?
Can’t focus on the important things and prone to wasting your time at email or the internet?
This 90 minute seminar will throw suggestion after suggestion at you to help you put first things first and make progress towards your lofty goals.
Find out the secrets to combating email overload, getting to work fast, and writing manuscripts more efficiently.
Join your colleagues

Wed, May 9th 12N–1:30P – Zayed 2117

Sign up HERE. First suggestion, don’t procrastinate. Register now!

Getting the Most from your Mentor: The Mentee Rules - MAY 2
Do you have the best mentor possible? Or instead, do you have a de-mentor/ fo-mentor/ ce-mentor? You can fix that!

It’s the mentee who must manage the mentee-mentor relationship. This session has you consider how you could be a more effective mentee, including how you could go about selecting the best mentors and how to maximize the benefit you receive from the mentor, through scheduling, planning and organization, and providing/receiving feedback in a positive way. Learn the best practices for maximizing the benefit your mentor can provide!

Join your colleagues

Wed, May 2 12N–1:30P – Zayed 2117

Sign up HERE. Mentees preferred. Secrets will be shared.


K2R - Specific Aims Speed Review-Apr 9: Applications DUE MAR 23

This special interactive session features speed reviews of aims pages by panels of funded investigators and reviewers.  Submit your aims page or come as an observer – all are welcome!

A limited number of aims pages can be accepted for review based on funding mechanism.  Aims pages will be chosen on a first-come, first-serve basis; however, priority will be given to individuals submitting for the June NIH deadlines.

Deadline is Friday, March 23, Apply HERE
For more information, please contact Gregory Thornton at or 410-614-3997.


Apply for Pilot Project Grants in Aging, Alzheimer’s disease, and related disorders - DUE APR 16
Faculty of any rank are encouraged to apply for the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center pilot grant awards.
Proposals are due 4/16/2018
For full announcement details, including submission format,
please email Rosty Brichko (
Full Announcement: HERE
DELTA (Digital Education) Grants - Deadline April 6

Over the past several years, Johns Hopkins’ online graduate degrees, certificates, and trainings have continued to expand significantly, and our massive open online courses (MOOCs) have drawn more than 6 million enrollments. Together, these efforts have established our university as a leader in digital education and expanded our educational impact. Building on this success, we are looking for new initiatives that use technology to enhance teaching and learning both online and on our campuses.

Digital Education and Learning Technology Acceleration or DELTA, grants will support development, implementation, and evaluation of initiatives that unleash the potential of technology in teaching. This year, five awards of up to $75,000 are available. Proposals must have a full-time faculty sponsor, but other faculty, staff, and students can be part of the team. The deadline to apply is April 6, and more details are on the Office of the Provost Website HERE

This grant program uses proceeds from the MOOCs that we offer through our partnership with Coursera, and it is administered by the Office of the Provost. Winners will be selected in consultation with an interdivisional review committee, which will be looking for innovations that align with the goals of the Ten by Twenty vision, particularly those that involve cross-divisional collaboration. Awardees will share their projects and preliminary findings at a Digital Innovation Showcase in the next academic year.

This is an exciting opportunity to direct the future of digital education, which is an important resource for scholars around the world and a benefit to our university’s reputation, reach, and impact. 

Reference Resources

Silver Book (updated Oct 2016)

  • The Professional Development Guide for the JHUSOM Faculty, Fifth Edition is available ONLINE.

Misconduct Policy (updated Jul 2016)

  • The Procedures for Dealing with Issues of Faculty Professional Misconduct is available HERE

Appointments and Promotions

  • Slides available here
  • OVERVIEW Promotion at Hopkins
  • SAMPLES: Promotion and Tenure
  • PODCAST: Principles and process of promotion to Associate Professor at JHSOM
  • PODCAST: Principles and process of promotion to Full Professor at JHSOM
  • VIDEO: Promotion - Clinician with Distinction Academic Pathway


Computational Medicine Core

The Computational Medicine Core is a consulting group of bioengineers, computer scientists and physicists that offers assistance in developing mathematical models of biological systems in health and disease. It provides guidance on grant-writing and technical aspects of computational biology/medicine.

Learn more HERE