Kayla Klatt

Kayla is a freshman majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology and minoring in Psychology. She is a premed student with aspirations of becoming a surgeon, and is currently persuing research oppurtnuites related to neurological studies. Kayla is a member of the varsity women’s soccer team as well as a member of the Zeta Omicron chapter of Alpha Phi. She particpates in volunteer work through Alpha Phi such as fundraising for women’s heart health and running non-profit community events. Kayla’s goal as a member of HMR is to expose people to the biological and chemical bases that serve as the foundations for modern medical advancements.

Improving Aphasia Recovery in Stroke Patients

        Dr. Argye Hillis, a Johns Hopkins neurologist, is an expert in aphasia and is currently focusing her research on improving aphasia recovery in stroke patients. Aphasia is the loss of ability to understand or express speech caused by brain...

/ August 10, 2017

The Importance of Sleep in Memory Processing

Graham Diering, a researcher and postdoctoral fellow at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, recently led a study which demonstrated the importance of sleep in new memory storage and formation. The study used mice as subjects, but the evidence...

/ July 20, 2017


We welcome you to Hippocrates Med Review! We hope to provide a world-class forum that showcases a holistic view of medicine as told by the brightest minds in the medical field. Despite medicine’s impact in our lives and the world,...

/ January 21, 2017