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Medical Student Research Awards

Medical Student Research Day Award Winners

The Johns Hopkins Medical Student Research Day (MSRD) is an annual event that allows medical students to showcase their scholarly accomplishments with the wider Hopkins community. This event also serves as a final showcase for projects completed in the Scholarly Concentrations. During this event, students have an opportunity to network and connect with other research-oriented students and faculty across our institution. Students are also eligible to obtain a podium presentation award. Each year a dedicated group of faculty members act as judges for this event.

Please see the link below for a list of previous winners for the Henry Strong Denison Research Award, the Harold Lamport Biomedical Research Prize, the W. Barry Wood Student Research Award, as well as the Excellence in Medical Student Research Award. 

Any research in basic science, clinical science and public health & policy, history of medicine or medical humanities that is not part of a PhD thesis is eligible for consideration for these awards.

A list of previous medical student research award winners can be found here.