Research at Johns Hopkins University
The Office of Medical Student Research administers funding for summer research projects, for longitudinal research opportunities and training, and for travel to national conferences where students can present their work.
Summer Stipends for Research
Longitudinal Research Opportunities and Training
Many students also decide to participate in a more in-depth and longitudinal research experiences, taking between 9‐12 months as an Advanced Student Placement status to pursue their interests with faculty members. Faculty mentors are sometimes able to provide a graduate student stipend for a medical student to work in their research program.
There are also the following resources of funds for a year-long program of study:
Funding for Travel to Research Conferences
National Research Opportunities and Fellowships
In addition to the many research opportunities at Johns Hopkins, students are encouraged to explore national programs that offer short term (e.g. summer) or longer term experiences.
A list of such opportunities is maintained by the AAMC and is available here.