What makes a medical school great? At the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, it's our rich history combined with the latest technology and medical innovations. But, it's more than that: What makes us great is the passion for medicine and healing shared by our faculty and students, a dedication that permeates everything we do.
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Learn more about the Genes to Society curriculum for aspiring medical students.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Each day brings its own opportunities for learning, growth and excitement. Studying medicine, albeit extraordinarily difficult, is truly an honor.
-Pranjal Gupta, Medical Student
About our Curriculum
Genes to Society | Technology
In the Genes to Society curriculum, proven educational methods are adapted for the 21st century. Using a mix of tools in a variety of settings, students are able to engage in ways we could not have imagined 20 years ago.
Graduate Profile | Meghana Desale
School of Medicine graduate Meghana Desale talks about international health and health policy opportunities that she enjoyed as early as her first year.
Genes to Society | People
Johns Hopkins medical students are an immensely bright and talented group of people. Our job at the School of Medicine is to impart them with the knowledge and training to help them realize their vast potential to become tomorrow’s leaders.