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The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine consistently ranks among the nation’s very best in education. These numbers are important, but we’re more than numbers – we’re a community of seekers and dreamers. Using the latest tools and teachings available to scientists and doctors, we become healers, caregivers, discoverers and inventors.

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    Meet Interim Dean and CEO Theodore DeWeese

    Theodore DeWeese, who grew up in public housing, has scaled the heights of academic medicine to become interim dean of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine.

  • Sanjay Desai, former Osler Medical Residency director, with then-Osler medical resident Eva Valilis.

    Reimagining Residency Grant Boosts Trainees’ Well-Being and Patient Care

    From the beginning of her internal medicine residency, Eva Valilis (Longcope, 2018) expected to endure long — and sometimes intense — nights on call, caring for medically complex patients with comorbidities. What she didn’t expect was a concerted effort by leaders to reduce trainees’ stress.

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    The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Class of 2022 Convocation

    The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Convocation Ceremony is a milestone event for all our graduating students and their guests.

  • Nelson Malone, M.D., M.P.H.

    Johns Hopkins Doctor Walks Same Hospital Floors His Grandmother Cleaned 70 Years Ago

    Nelson Malone, M.D., M.P.H., emergency medicine resident, draws inspiration from her legacy.

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    From the Blog: A Mile in Their Shoes

    Global health neurology fellow Dominique Mortel shares her experience being a patient during the COVID-19 pandemic and how it has changed her perspective as a physician.

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    School of Medicine Student Supports Latino Community Through Tutoring

    When Carolina Lopez-Silva moved to the United States in 2016 from Bogota, Colombia, she wanted to connect with other immigrants in her community. Now a second-year Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine student, she tutors immigrant youth through CASA of Baltimore, a large grass-roots immigrant advocacy organization.

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    From the Blog: The Return of a Collective Match Day

    With the return of in-person Match Day celebrations, fourth-year Johns Hopkins medical student Margo Peyton reports on her class’s envelope-opening experience and how this year’s event came together.

  • Student learns about Clinical Anaplastology.

    New Program in Clinical Anaplastology

    The Clinical Anaplastology graduate program provides students with knowledge to succeed as clinicians providing facial, ocular, and non-weight bearing somatic (body) prostheses, as well as designing 3D patient-matched models, surgical templates and other 3D printed clinical models.

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    Celebrating Young Investigators: 2022 Award Winners

    Discoveries by our trainees have helped propel research endeavors at Johns Hopkins Medicine. The annual Young Investigators Day ceremony celebrates the unique contributions of our junior researchers and the mentors who helped them excel in their fields. Meet this year's awardees.

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    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine ranked among the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report

    Ranked top in seven specialties. Three specialties ranked #1 and one ranked #2.

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    Match Day 2022

    Match Day is the rite of passage in the lives of graduating medical students, who will advance to a three- to seven-year residency program, getting hands-on experience in a specific discipline.

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    How Did COVID-19 Push Medicine Forward?

    The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult time. In many ways it has also pushed medicine forward, accelerating many developments in medicine that would have taken decades to happen under normal circumstances. We asked team members from across Johns Hopkins Medicine what they thought were the big ideas that emerged as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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