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Ramzi Dudum, MD MPH
cardiovascular disease, public health, & meded | cardiology fellow | previously | views my own
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Jaideep Jul 8
We presented this data at . For intermediate-risk by PCE, we did not have data on pre-eclampsia, however, for pre-menopause (PM), the absolute IR was <7.5%/CAC=0 vs 11.3%/CAC>0 over 12-yrs. Other enhancers in figures.
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Ramzi Dudum, MD MPH Jun 30
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Kathleen Bailey Jun 30
I wish I could retweet this 1000x There are many familiar faces I get the pleasure of working with daily.
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Ramzi Dudum, MD MPH Jun 29
Replying to @ChristleNwora
Welcome!!! Have so much fun!
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Ramzi Dudum, MD MPH Jun 16
Replying to @Ben_Kelemen
Thanks for sharing the link, Ben!
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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Jun 9
Racism is a public health crisis, too. "The profound impact of racism on life and death demands a full response from every part of our society, including—and especially—our field of public health," wrote and .
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The Osler Medical Residency Jun 8
We are so proud and privileged to honor the Osler Residents for their leadership during the COVID pandemic.
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Ramzi Dudum, MD MPH Jun 8
Replying to @ChristleNwora
Welcome to Baltimore!!
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Roger Blumenthal Jun 7
Summarizing 2019 in CV Prevention Using the Hopkins Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of CVD’s ‘ABC’s Approach😊 🥍🏏⛳️🎾🏃‍♀️
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Johns Hopkins Medicine Jun 5
To demonstrate solidarity against racism, inequity and oppression, Johns Hopkins residents along with the larger Hopkins community joined the today to honor George Floyd and the other victims who have been killed as a result of police brutality.
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TingJia Lorigiano Jun 6
Proud of my Hopkins colleagues, residents, faculty and staff for the show of solidarity and support to recognize the public health crisis of systemic racism. Thank you to the Housestaff Council Diversity Council for organizing.
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Ellen MacKenzie May 31
The profound impact of racism on life and death demands a full response from every part of our society, including—and especially—our field of public health. Earlier tonight, and I shared this message with our community.
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APHA May 29
Racism is an ongoing public health crisis in the U.S. and it needs our attention now. Read APHA's full statement:
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Chad Hochberg May 21
Excellent editorial on the importance of evidenced-based critical care during pandemics.. Excellent work from Longcopers in addition to .
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Ramzi Dudum, MD MPH May 21
Congrats, Dr. Krishnan!
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Ramzi Dudum, MD MPH May 15
Way to go, !
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Ramzi Dudum, MD MPH May 13
Happy anniversary to you two!!
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Letitia Dzirasa, MD May 12
Today, Baltimore City began accepting residents at the Triage, Respite, and Isolation Support Center at the Lord Baltimore Hotel.
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Kavita Sharma May 7
Amazing evening with Legends of the O! Unforgettable stories from the Osler Medical Service. Thanks to and the !
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Jessica E.S. Shay May 7
Thanks so much and for organizing an EPIC today. Nobel Laureates and, more importantly, further evidence of superiority.
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