John B. Sampson – M.D.
Associate Professor Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine Johns Hopkins University
KBNF – Chair of ResearchGlobal Institute of Perioperative Care – President
Dr. John B. Sampson is an assistant professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He serves as the director of anesthesia for the Johns Hopkins Global Surgical Initiative’s Collaborative for Surgery, Obstetrics, Anesthesiology and Public Health. Dr. Sampson is also executive director of the Johns Hopkins Austere Anesthesia Health Outcomes Research Group.
A neuroanesthesiologist, John is dedicated to promoting excellence in patient care in anesthesiology and critical care medicine. He is committed to improving perioperative care and raising awareness of health care problems in Africa among medical partners.
As president of Doctors for United Medical Missions, he taught and practiced medicine in eight countries outside of the U.S. Through his international aid work, John has been instrumental in leading and organizing the many American volunteers in Africa who have touched the lives of Africans in need of medical care. In early 2020, the Global Institute of Perioperative Care (GIPC) was launched to improve health care delivery to underserved populations globally through research, training, clinical care and health system strengthening. It does this with a specific objective of developing these systems to become self-sustaining, with a goal that later they will not need international medical missions or any other aspect of Western support.
John is American Board of Anesthesiology-certified in both anesthesiology and critical care medicine. John is married to Naa and they have two sons.