New Rankings Affirm Impressive Reputation of Johns Hopkins Basic Biomedical Research Graduate Programs

Published in Fundamentals - Fundamentals March 2022

Basic biomedical research graduate programs affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine received top ratings in U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of best graduate schools, announced today.

The school of medicine tied with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and Columbia University for the # 3 ranking in best medical schools for research.

In biomedical research graduate programs, Johns Hopkins ranked #1 in Biomedical Engineering; #3 in Molecular Biology (tied with the California Institute of Technology and Stanford); #4 in Cell Biology, #4 in Neuroscience (tied with UCSF); #5 in Immunology; #6 in Genetics, Genomics, Bioinformatics (tied with Baylor and Yale universities); and #8 in Biochemistry, Biophysics, Structural Biology.

Many of these categories were most recently ranked in 2018, and they overlap among several graduate programs offered by the school of medicine, serving more than 900 biomedical research graduate students.

Additional graduate program rankings were are listed on The Johns Hopkins University Hub.