Errol Bush, M.D. | Lung Transplant and Thoracic Surgeon

Hello, my name is Errol Bush and I’m an Assistant Professor of Surgery and John Hopkins Medicine. And I’m the Surgical Director of Lung Transplantation here as well. My specialty is cardiothoracic surgery, which is a field of medicine which includes surgical treatment of all the organs within the chest, which involve the heart, the […]

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CAR T-Cell Therapy | FAQ with Dr. Patrick Brown

(ambient synthesizer music)>>I think there’s really two main reasons why there’s so much excitement for CAR T-cells, and the first is that for literally decades, developing immune therapy has been considered the Holy Grail of cancer therapeutics. It’s something that I remember being taught back in medical school had the power to really change the […]

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Nicholas Rowan, M.D. | Sinus Surgeon

>>My name is Nicholas Rowan. I’m an otolaryngologist within the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, here at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Beyond my board certification in otolaryngology, I’m a fellowship-trained rhinologist and endoscopic skull base surgeon. As a rhinologist I typically manage patients with chronic rhinosinusitis, and other disorders […]

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Eric Jelin, M.D. | Pediatric Surgeon and Director Johns Hopkins Children’s Center’s Fetal Program

My name is Eric Jelin and I’m an Assistant Professor of pediatric surgery and Surgical Director of the Johns Hopkins fetal surgery program. I went into pediatric surgery because my father was a pediatric gastrointerologist and I loved pediatrics as a child. And then, when I went to medical school, I discovered surgery, and I […]

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Society of Black Academic Surgeons (SBAS) Conversation: Drs. Robert Higgins and Edward Cornwell, III

[MUSIC] In October 2015, Doctor Edward Cornwell the third, the surgeon in chief at Howard University Hospital delivered the first grand rounds lectureship in honor of Doctor Levi Watkins, a pioneer in both cardiac surgery and civil rights. After the lectureship, he sat down with Dr. Robert Higgins, the surgeon-in-chief at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. […]

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