September 4, 2001
MEDIA CONTACT: Beth Simpkins
A banker, a sculptor, three former Peace Corps members and two legacies. All are members of the Class of ‘05 at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Out of an applicant pool of more than 6,500 candidates, they are 118 physicians-to-be who begin their studies on Sept. 4.
This class has 71 men and 47 women, the oldest student is 33 and the youngest, just 18. The students graduated from 74 different colleges and universities. All have outstanding credentials as scholars and leaders, and all have good stories to tell.