Incidents at Johns Hopkins University

Total: 4


Incident 8551

Status: Resolved
Person: NAME UNKNOWN
Role: Faculty
Position: Professor
Discipline: Medicine and Health Sciences
Specific Discipline: molecular biology and genetics
Outcome Year: 2019
Outcome Category: Resigned
Specific Outcome: "The medical faculty advisory board, the dean of the school of medicine and the university’s provost had recommended his termination....The faculty member was accused of “sexual harassment of a student, abusive and bullying behavior toward trainees, and other inappropriate behaviors,” according to an internal email sent at the time from Johns Hopkins leadership."
Last updated: Jan 28, 2020 10:01 am

Incident 8397

Status: Resolved
Person: Sinisa Urban
Role: Faculty
Position: Professor
Discipline: Medicine and Health Sciences
Specific Discipline:
Outcome Year: 2019
Outcome Category: Resigned
Specific Outcome: "He was found to have engaged in “sexual harassment of a student, abusive and bullying behavior toward trainees, and other inappropriate behaviors,” states the email. The letter does not name this faculty member, but says he was a full professor at the School of Medicine who “resigned of his own accord following a recommendation of termination by the advisory board.” "
Last updated: Dec 9, 2020 11:53 am

Incident 8170

Status: Resolved
Person: NAME UNKNOWN
Role: Faculty
Position: Professor
Discipline: unknown
Specific Discipline:
Outcome Year: 2018
Outcome Category: No Known Outcome for Respondent
Specific Outcome: Professor sexually harassed visiting graduate student
Last updated: Jun 4, 2019 6:35 pm

Incident 8209

Status: Resolved
Person: Juan Obarrio
Role: Faculty
Position: Professor
Discipline: Social and Behavioral Sciences, Anthropology
Specific Discipline: Anthropology
Outcome Year: 2018
Outcome Category: No Longer Employed (includes Fired and Contract Non-renewal)
Specific Outcome: "Obarrio was under investigation for an incident with a visiting student in May 2018, reports the Sun. Witnesses tell the newspaper that he grabbed the student and dragged her towards the exit of a bar as she tried to get away from him. The Johns Hopkins committee that investigated this matter voted to revoke his tenure and terminate his faculty appointment." "the termination of Juan Obarrio of the Department of Anthropology " (other details in link).
Last updated: Dec 9, 2020 11:55 am