Research begins in the lab, which is why we prioritize lab facilities that drive discovery and advancement in research.
The innovative research conducted at Johns Hopkins Medicine is vital to both medical advances and unsurpassed patient care.
In the Lab
Meet Our Research Faculty
Our faculty members expand what’s possible through biomedical research, laying the foundation to deliver the promise of medicine.
Clinical trials provide important research for a wide range of conditions. Find out more about clinical trials at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
First Ever HIV-to-HIV Kidney Transplant
Nina Martinez becomes the world’s first known living HIV-to-HIV kidney donor through a transplant performed at Johns Hopkins.
Scientists to Share $16M for Brain Research
Funding supports integrative approaches to cognitive science, neuroscience.
Mutations May Play Role In Pancreatic Cancer
Genetic tests may someday show who is at greatest risk of pancreatic cancer.
The Richer the Reward, The Faster You’ll Likely Move, Study Shows
People, like other animals, are likely hardwired to maximize the search for value; findings could inform economic theory.
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Rhomboid proteins are found in the cell membranes of almost every life form on earth. Scientists believe studying this enzyme superfamily could reveal possibilities for new treatments for parasitic infections, cancer, inflammation and neurodegeneration.
Research and Education
The School of Medicine fosters a community of lifelong learners interested in answering the biggest and boldest questions in biomedical research.
Discoveries for a Better Tomorrow
Research is more than just a job — it’s a passion. This short video series provides a glimpse into the exciting research happening at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Reconstructive Transplantation – Gerald Brandacher, M.D.
Tailoring Care for Patients with Heart Failure –Pamela Ouyang, M.B.B.S., M.D.
Stopping the Spread of Breast Cancer Cells | Andrew Ewald, Ph.D.