The John Hopkins Medical Journal Editors-Panel

Nobou Kondo
Editor

Medical Director, Johns Hopkins Sleep Disorders Center
Associate Professor of Neurology

Research fields: Neurology, Sleep Apnea, Sleep Disorders, Sleep Medicine, Snoring Disorders

E-mail: cgamaldomd@gmail.com
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Nobou Kondo
Co-Editor

Associate Director, Neurological Consultation Service
Assistant Professor of Neurology

Expertise: HIV/AIDS Associated Neuropathies, Neuroimmunology, Neurology

Research interests: Neurological complications of HIV Infection; neuroepidemiology; developing and validating simple tools to improve care of neurological disorders in resource-limited settings

E-mail: draesylor@gmail.com
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Nobou Kondo
Sub-Editor

HOME Team Director, Division of Hospital Medicine
Assistant Professor of Medicine

Expertise:Internal Medicine, Medical Education

Research interests: Medical Education; Clinical Reasoning; Clinical Excellence and Patient Safety

E-mail: kotwals@hotmail.com
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Nobou Kondo
Sub-Editor

Associate Dean for Faculty Educational Development
Associate Professor of Medicine

EXPERTISE
General Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Medical education, Advising and mentoring; Communication and clinical skills training; Faculty development; and Women in medicine.

E-mail: levinerb@gmail.com
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Nobou Kondo
Co-Editor

Associate Dean for Faculty Development
Associate Professor of Medicine
EXPERTISE
Depression, Epidemiology, Geriatric Medicine, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Psychosomatic Medicine

E-mail: kimskar@yandex.com
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Nobou Kondo
Editor

Dr. Fong is an assistant professor and director of emergency ultrasound for the Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine.

She completed residency in emergency medicine at The Johns Hopkins University and, during her final year, was a fellow in the Focused Advanced Specialized Training (FAST) track in emergency ultrasound. She returned to Johns Hopkins in 2014 after serving as the ultrasound director for an academic emergency medicine program in Philadelphia.

Dr. Fong oversees the development of the clinical ultrasound programs in and beyond the Department of Emergency Medicine, including resident and medical student ultrasound training, and interdepartmental collaborations in point-of-care ultrasound education within the Johns Hopkins institution.  She has also worked closely with Johns Hopkins Medicine International to develop clinical ultrasound programs for Johns Hopkins affiliates abroad. She is collaborating with local practitioners to formalize the practice of emergency ultrasound in the United Arab Emirates.

E-mail: cftiffany@hotmail.com
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Nobou Kondo
Editor

Dr. Harry E. Heverling Jr. is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His area of clinical expertise is emergency medicine.

He earned his D.O. at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed an emergency medicine residency at Johns Hopkins.

E-mail: heheverling@gmail.com
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Nobou Kondo
Editor

Randall T. Rhyne, M.D., FACEP, FAAEM, is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Director of Emergency Ultrasound at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.

Dr. Rhyne earned undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. A former graduate of the Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine residency, he returned to Hopkins in 2014 after serving as Director of Emergency Ultrasound at a community hospital in North Carolina.

Dr. Rhyne is a member of the Department of Emergency Medicine's Ultrasound Division, which won the 2019 Institute for Excellence in Education (IEE) Outstanding Educational Program Award.

E-mail: rtrhyne1@gmail.com
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Nobou Kondo
Editor

Michael Ehmann, MD MPH MS is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and Assistant Program Director of the Emergency Medicine Residency.

Dr. Ehmann graduated from medical and graduate school in New Orleans before completing the Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine residency where he was Chief Resident. He was a Focused Advanced Specialized Training (FAST) fellow in Disaster Medicine during his final year of residency and joined the Emergency Medicine faculty in 2016.

Dr. Ehmann's interests include medical student and resident education, use of point-of-care ultrasound in austere settings and the clinical practice of emergency medicine. Dr. Ehmann treats patients in the Emergency Departments of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and the Johns Hopkins Hospital.

E-mail: mrehmann@gmail.com
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Nobou Kondo
Editor

Dr. Janet Record is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She studies medical education and patient-centered care.

Dr. Record holds a bachelor's degree from Baylor University and a medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. She completed an internship and residency in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center before joining the Johns Hopkins faculty in 2006.

E-mail: jdrecord21@gmail.com
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