Drawing of Johns Hopkins Hospital, detail of the exhibit
Idea, design - Olga Nilova, Special Collections Librarian
Photograph by Lubosh Stepanek
Drawing is the courtesy of the National Institutes of Health
In addition to organizing the pathological laboratory, Welch was instrumental in planning the new medical school. He helped to raise funds and recruit faculty and served as the first dean of the School of Medicine.
The attributes that Welch brought to Johns Hopkins were his intellectual brilliance, organizational ability, and judgment in recognizing and advancing talented individuals.
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore