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Congratulations, Ava Roberts!

January 16, 2021

Ava Roberts
Ava Roberts, a clinical lab scientist in microbiology lab, has been selected as one of the eight recipients of the Johns Hopkins' Martin Luther King Jr. Award for community service. She volunteers with the Greater Baltimore Urban League since 2006, and enjoys helping middle and high school students prepare for college and careers. As part of the Pathology Diversity Committee, Ava also helps organize Black History Month activities and MLK Day of Service.

Thank you Ava for all your hard work and dedication to our department and to our community.

To read more about Ava Roberts' MLK Community Service Award, please click here.



Resident of the Month

January 15, 2021

Katelynn Davis, M.D.
The Johns Hopkins House Staff Council has selected Katelynn Davis, M.D. as the Resident of the Month for her contributions in Wellness Initiatives. Let us all congratulate Katelynn for a job well done and for representing our department!



In Memoriam -Robert H. Heptinstall, M.D.

January 7, 2021

Dr. Heptinstall with Dr. Fred Germuth Jr.
Dr. Heptinstall with Dr. Fred Germuth Jr.

It is with great sadness that we learned that Robert H. Heptinstall ("Heppy"), the head of the Department of Pathology from 1969 to 1988 passed away peacefully on Tuesday January 5th, at the wonderful age of 100.

Heppy was one of a kind. He was born in Great Britain, and obtained his medical degree from Charing Cross Hospital Medical School in London. He then joined the British Army, where, as part of "Force 136," he parachuted into Thailand to care for freed prisoners of war. After the war, Heppy briefly studied under Sir Alexander Fleming... read more »



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