We believe there are many measures that show the value in medical education at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Here are a few:
Starting in Year One, medical students work with outstanding faculty members in the clinical care environment.
Medical students also work with and learn from the most outstanding residents and fellows in the world.
More than 2,000 NIH-funded faculty members welcome medical students to participate in mentored research projects.
Coursework provides infrastructure and mentoring for medical students to produce a scholarly project in an area of interest.
Diversity & Inclusion
We value our diverse and inclusive community and are committed to achieving health equity for all through research, innovation and clinical care.
During their careers, more than 40% of Johns Hopkins medical school graduates join a medical school faculty.*
We are committed to need-based financial aid so that all students — regardless of financial means — can afford a Johns Hopkins medical education.
The average medical school debt of our indebted graduates is in the lowest decile of all medical schools in the country.
*according to the latest available data from the AAMC, 43.1% of our graduates join a medical school faculty, placing Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the 98th percentile of all medical schools in this measure