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Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Graduate Programs

Taught by expert faculty, including Nobel laureates, National Academy of Sciences members and the world’s foremost experts in their fields, our 19 diverse programs will prepare you for a future in biomedical research. 

Outside of the lab, you’ll find a thriving metropolis to explore. Baltimore also known as Charm City, offers everything from free yoga on the harbor to sand volleyball, to theater and fine arts, to water sports and the great outdoors.  

Launch your biomedical career here at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Apply today and explore some of the best science in the world.

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Explore Our Programs

We offer 19 different biomedical graduate programs. Find the right one for you.

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Start your future in biomedical research.

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Biomedical Odyssey Blog

Read our blog dedicated to showcasing the perspectives of our trainees.

News and Features

- Learn more about Summer Internships

- Discover the Research Student White Coat Ceremony

- Explore Young Investigator’s Day

- Attend a Partnering Towards Discovery event 

- Register for the Biomed Grad School Fair

Important Dates


- May 26, 2016: Biomed Grad School Virtual Fair - "How the Virtual Fair Works" Webinar

- July 21, 2016: Biomed Grad School Virtual Fair

- September 13, 2016: Biomed Grad School Virtual Fair

- October 5, 2016: Biomed Grad School Virtual Fair

White Coating Ceremony - Amanda's Story

The White Coating Ceremony is a rite of passage for doctoral candidates like Amanda Edwards, a Ph.D. candidate in the Biomedical Engineering Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She, along with 70 other school of medicine and public health graduate students were recognized for the successful completion of their Doctoral Board Oral Examinations.

School of Medicine Convocation

A distinguished group of 268 graduates embark on their future careers as physicians and scientists at the convocation ceremony of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.