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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.

  • Dorry Segev, Sharon Gerecht, Colleen Barry and Elizabeth Jaffee.

    Johns Hopkins Faculty Members Elected to National Academy of Medicine

    Dorry Segev, Sharon Gerecht, Colleen Barry and Elizabeth Jaffee are among 100 new members elected to the National Academy of Medicine.

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    Developing a Complete Culture of Interpretation

    The clinically excellent clinician works to empower interpreters to translate not only the patient's words, but also the patient's tone, cadence, and meaning.

  • Gregg Semenza celebrates with his lab.

    Gregg Semenza Wins 2019 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

    Gregg Semenza, M.D., Ph.D., was recognized for his ground-breaking discovery in the laboratory of hypoxia inducible factor 1 or HIF-1, which helps cells cope with low oxygen levels.

  • Lauren Peiffer

    From the Blog: The Vets Among Us

    While the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine may be known for its rigorous M.D. and Ph.D. programs, Hopkins also boasts top-notch, research-oriented veterinary residency programs.

  • Dr. Jennifer Elisseeff

    Jennifer H. Elisseeff, Ph.D., Among NIH Awardees

    Dr. Elisseeff received an NIH Director’s Pioneer Award from the NIH Common Fund’s High-Risk, High-Reward Research program. The program funds highly innovative, high-impact biomedical research.

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    From the Blog: Switching Career Paths

    Graduate student Bernat Navarro-Serer's Ph.D. wasn’t a reassurance of his professional goals, but instead opened a whole world of career options.

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    Patient Interviewing Gems

    Excellent clinicians make the time to learn about their patients as people and connect on a personal level, building relationships that can last years, decades, or even a lifetime, shares medical student Thomas Gracie.

  • A family looks at the portrait of Vivien Thomas.

    From the Blog: Representing Diversity in Portraits

    Ph.D. student Talia Henkle notes that although a modest effort has been made, Johns Hopkins still has a long way to go to modify its artwork to reflect 21st century values.

  • Kamaria Cayton Vaught in the lab.

    Johns Hopkins Fellowship: An Inside Perspective

    Thinking about becoming a fellow at Johns Hopkins, but unsure what life in Baltimore is really like? Hear what three fellows have to say and get an inside perspective of fellowship life at Johns Hopkins.

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    Interns Participate in Largest Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program Ever

    More than 480 Baltimore City students recently completed an 8-week paid internship at locations on Johns Hopkins campuses.

  • Chelsea Moriarty.

    Meet Johns Hopkins' First MBA/MD Student

    Chelsea Moriarty combines her interests in medicine and business in new dual degree program offered by School of Medicine and Carey Business School.

  • Residents in China

    Bringing Best Practices in Physician Training to China

    Johns Hopkins is sharing best practices in China by consulting with Nanjing Drum Tower Hospital in its surgery, medicine and obstetrics residency training programs.

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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.

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