After years of considering which field of medicine to pursue, 105 Johns Hopkins fourth-year medical students learned where they will begin their residency programs this summer. Match Day occurred on March 18 at medical schools throughout the country. At Johns Hopkins, the festivities took place in the Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education Building, where students gathered with family members, friends and mentors. Following a dramatic countdown, students opened their envelopes to find out which hospital and specialty program accepted them. Top specialties for Johns Hopkins students included internal medicine, general surgery, emergency medicine and psychiatry. Twenty-six will head to The Johns Hopkins Hospital; two will go to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center; and two will train at the Wilmer Eye Institute.