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Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

As the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine celebrates its 125th anniversary, we look at the ways Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center has contributed to the School of Medicine's education and research.

125 Years of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

This timeline reflects 125 years of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine | What Was Your Most Memorable Moment?

We asked returning alumni and friends what their most memorable moment was at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, as part of the School's 125th anniversary.

 

125 Years of Innovation | Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

While Johns Hopkins' impact reverberates around the world, it's genesis began with the stroke of a pen in 1873 when a gentle Quaker put his vision into a letter that would inspire and heal generations to come.

 

Then-and-Now | Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Johns Hopkins medicine was head of its time in 1893. Fast forward to 2018, to a much different world with much different challenges.

 

125th Anniversary Symposium | Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

After 125 years, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine continues to set the global standard in patient care, research, and education. Paul Rothman, dean of the School of Medicine, hosts this commemoration of 125 years of excellence, which includes featured speaker Governor Larry Hogan, Mayor Catherine Pugh, and other special guests.

 

2018 Award and Portrait Presentations | Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

This premier event awards distinguished alumni and faculty for their outstanding achievements and honors influential members of the Johns Hopkins Medicine family through portrait presentations.

 

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine | Pop-Up Museum

As part of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's 125th Anniversary, we built a pop-up museum to review key moments in the School's history. Hear what the School's community had to say about the museum.

 
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