Johns Hopkins named leading physician training institution
Four specialties ranked No. 1, 14 among top 10 in comprehensive national study of residency programs
Eliah Shamir’s (Entering Class 2008) paper featured on the cover of Journal of Cell Biology
Research indicates that transcription factor Twist1 can promote the dissemination of epithelial cells without repressing E-cadherin or converting them into mesenchymal cells.
Karlo Perica (Entering Class of 2007) develops magnetic nanoparticles for cancer immunotherapy
The research, published in ACS Nano, could represent a significant step in the fights against cancer and other deadly diseases.
Inna Grishkin (Entering Class of 2008) is first author on a featured PNAS paper
Research offers new insight into the widely suspected benefits of vitamin D in people with MS
Program Director Robert Siliciano, MD, PhD featured on the cover of Cell
Discovery of a larger than expected latent reservoir of HIV confounds “shock and kill” cure strategy
Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Hopkins Medical Scientist Training Program is to train and educate future leaders of academic medicine in the field of fundamental and biomedical research, as well as the field of medicine. The Program is committed to the recruitment of excellent, diverse students and the development, growth, and nurturing of these future physician-scientists through advanced education, training, and career enhancement. The core values of the Program include a passion for research, a caring and dedicated approach to medicine, with collegiality and unconditional integrity in all pursuits.