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Application Process for US Medical Students

Application for a Neurosurgery Sub-Internship at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine must be coordinated through the Office of the Registrar.  All visiting student inquiries should be directed to Susan Scott, Visiting Student Coordinator, at  To obtain the required application forms, please visit this website:

There you will find the Visiting Student Policy, and access to the forms listed below for your completion.  These five forms are required in order to be considered for the visiting student rotation:

  1. Clinical Application
  2. Immunization Record Form
  3. HIPAA Compliance Training for Visiting Students
  4. Confidentiality Agreement for Students
  5. HIPAA Security Awareness and Agreement to Comply

Please mail the completed forms to:  

Ms. Susan Scott
Visiting Medical Student Coordinator
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Office of the Registrar

Miller Research Building, Suite 147
733 N. Broadway
Baltimore, MD  21205

Under separate cover, please also e-mail your CV and at least one letter of recommendation from a faculty member at your University to the Neurosurgery Medical Training Programs Administrator (Jamie Hoffberger)

Application and Rotation Dates

The Department of Neurosurgery follows the JHMI Academic Calendar with respect to Visiting Medical Students.  Below as the rotation dates and the application deadlines.

Rotation DatesApplication Deadlines
January 6 - January 30October 25
February 5 - March 6November 25
March 23 - April 17December 25
April 22 - May 15January 25
May 26 - June 19February 25
June 22 - July 17March 25
July 20 - August 14April 25

Note:  You are welcome to submit an application even if your rotation schedule does not correspond with our dates shown above.  We will try to accommodate all applicants to the best of our ability.

Please see the General Information webpage for more information.


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