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- The Principles and Practices of Medicine : A major textbook of general medicine, originally written by William Osler and continued in many editions to the current day, with many authors from the faculty of the School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
- John Billings : Surgeon; physically designed the Johns Hopkins Hospital
- Harvey Cushing : Surgical pioneer and father of modern neurosurgery; biographer of William Osler
- Abraham Flexner : (1866-1959) American educator who fundamentally influenced medical education and university standards.
- Flexner Report : Influential report on medical school curricula in the USA (1910), which transformed it to one based on scientific preparation and formal education.
- Daniel Gilman : First President of the School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
- Grand rounds : Ritual of medical education, consisting of presenting the medical problems and treatment of a patient, to an audience consisting of doctors, residents, and medical students.
- William Halsted : First Chief of Surgery at School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University; surgical pioneer and one of the key four founding professors
- School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University : A prestigious medical education and research center, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland; often considered the first modern medical school to meet the full goals of the Flexner Report
- Howard Kelly : First Chief of Gynecology at the School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University and one of the key four founding professors
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- William Welch : First Chief of Pathology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and one of the key four founding professors.