Delivering on the Promise of Medicine

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.

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    Women in Leadership

    Building on our school of medicine’s historical precedent – set in 1893 – that women should be admitted on an equal basis with men, a spirit of equality and innovation drives our excellence in medical education, research and patient care.

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    Namandjé Bumpus Receives Pharmacology Investigators Award

    She is one of the youngest people and also the first African-American woman to receive the award, which recognizes pharmacology investigators under the age of 45.

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    How Business School Is Making Me a Better Doctor

    Olu Akinirimisi, a student in the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s Master of Science in Health Care Management program, discusses how business school is making him a better doctor.

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    Celebrating Diversity at Hopkins

    The symposium is a celebration of the diverse breadth of research performed by underrepresented minority learners, ranging from high school to the postdoctoral level.

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    The Future of Biomedical Education

    A Conversation with Dr. Ziegelstein

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    Immigrants Should Not Have to Choose Between Health and a Green Card

    Three medical students discuss health and immigration policy on the Closler blog.

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    Fundamentals Image of the Month

    The strange glow of this fish eye is caused by jellyfish proteins inserted by researchers into different cell types.

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    The Johns Hopkins XD Bio Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences

    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.

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    Speaking From Experience: Advice For Residents and Fellows

    Biomedical Odyssey bloggers past and present share their experiences and offer advice to prospective residents and fellows.

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    Tips on How to Choose the Right Laboratory

    Advice from a postdoctoral fellow who writes about what her experience has taught her.

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    Jeanne Clark Wins Award for Mentoring from the American College of Physicians

    The award recognizes those who have furthered the careers of women medical students, residents and/or physicians through mentoring and leadership development.

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    The Colorful World of Cancer Drug Discovery

    Melanoma cells featured on our new JHM.Fundamentals Instagram account, which showcases basic science images from students and faculty members at Johns Hopkins.

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Research and Education Are Finely Intertwined

Pioneers in Research

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.

 

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Baltimore: Small town feel, big city appeal

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.