“Tony Deering is one of a kind,” said Ruth Faden, the Berman Institute’s director from 1995 to 2016. “In extraordinary ways, ways only Tony could do, he made Johns Hopkins a better place, he made Baltimore a better place, he made the world a better place. So often, Tony allowed others, indeed intended for others, to take credit for the change he initiated. His eyes were always on the prize, not the credit.”
Several alumni of the Bioethics and Health Policy PhD program participated in PRIM&R’s 2017 Advancing Ethical Research Conference as speakers and members of the planning committee.
The medal is presented annually to a National Academy of Medicine (NAM) member outside of the health and medical sciences to honor their distinguished service and for their contributions to the NAM’s mission.
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