Dedicated faculty answer the question – Why is Hopkins Medicine a unique place to work?
The William Stewart Halsted Professor
Chair, Department of Surgery
Surgeon-in-Chief, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
"Johns Hopkins is an unique place to work due to the people- the people with whom you work- other faculty, residents, students, staff, nurses, patients and leaders- they are intrinsically motivated to make discoveries, deliver exceptional care and treat everyone with kindness and respect."
Professor of Neurological Surgery and Oncology
Director of the Brain Tumor Surgery Program, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Director of the Pituitary Surgery Program, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
"Johns Hopkins is a unique and amazing place to work because of the diverse array of people and ideas. Some of the most brilliant people from all across the world come to Hopkins to share their expertise. Because of this, here we have the potential to do great things and truly make a difference to our patients and the world."
Professor of Medicine, Deputy Director of the Institute for Clinical and Translational Research
"I enjoy the collegial atmosphere at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Colleagues are willing to collaborate and share ideas. People come from all over the United States and the world to work here and to embrace the mission to provide the best care to current and future patients through research, education and patient care."
Stermer Family Professor of Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Chief of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition
"Hopkins is filled with people who are passionate about their clinical work, their research and the knowledge that they can pass on to others. This makes for an exciting, collegial environment where you feel like the next great breakthrough is just around the corner."