The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Regains Number Two Spot in 2013 U.S. News Rankings
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine regained its number two spot in the 2013 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools, sharing the position with The University of Pennsylvania among U.S. medical schools, in addition to receiving top-tier rankings in the medical specialty areas below.
The rankings are based on detailed statistical information that includes research activity (including NIH grants awarded), faculty resources and student selectivity, as well as quality assessments from surveys of experts at peer institutions.
Top Medical Schools Overall:
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (Tied for 2nd) University of Pennsylvania (Tied for 2nd)
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine’s Specialty Rankings:
Internal Medicine: #2 (Tied with Harvard)
Women’s Health: #3
Drug /Alcohol Abuse: #2 (Tied with Harvard and Columbia)
Primary Care: #21 (Tied with University of Utah, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center) The Johns Hopkins University Department of Biomedical Engineering is again ranked #1 for Biomedical/Bioengineering.
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