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The Johns Hopkins 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.
Three medical students discuss health and immigration policy on the Closler blog.
The strange glow of this fish eye is caused by jellyfish proteins inserted by researchers into different cell types.
XDBio students will experience a flexible educational structure with a personalized curriculum guided by each student’s individual research interests, prior course work, and future goals.
Biomedical Odyssey bloggers past and present share their experiences and offer advice to prospective residents and fellows.
Advice from a postdoctoral fellow who writes about what her experience has taught her.
The award recognizes those who have furthered the careers of women medical students, residents and/or physicians through mentoring and leadership development.
Harry "Hal" Dietz, M.D., director of the Smilow Center for Marfan Syndrome, discusses the progress and promise of treatment and research on Loeys-Dietz syndrome, with support from the Kasper family to keep research moving forward.
Raquel Greer, M.D., M.H.S., talks about how the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine provided her the building blocks to ultimately establish a research program focused on promoting health equity in Baltimore.
Through triumphs, inspiration and heartache, our medical students offer rich, vivid accounts of their time at the school of medicine.
Although much has changed in the halls of The Johns Hopkins Hospital since 1890, learning through apprenticeship remains a dominant force in medicine.
A graduate student discusses the trends and challenges of biomedical education today.
Our lab discovered a first-in-class small molecule that inhibits POL 1 enzyme and causes the destruction of RPA194 protein.
Join us in celebrating our community — from faculty to students — on their achievements.
Research and Education Are Finely Intertwined
From basic to translational to clinical research, our medical and graduate students, residents and fellows study with Nobel laureates, Lasker Award winners and National Academy of Science members.
Baltimore earned the nickname “Charm City” from its mosaic of diverse cultures and neighborhoods. The city’s down-to-earth reputation belies its significance as an East Coast economic hub and a leading center for science, technology, learning and industry. The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is proud to be part of this dynamic city.