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About Graduate Programs

Johns Hopkins is proud of its huge impact on the history — and future — of science, but the truth is that we are relatively intimate in size compared to other research institutions. This means that while we are large enough to provide opportunities for stimulating consultation in virtually every area of intellectual curiosity, there is easy interchange among university departments and divisions. In addition to studying and working with the leading lights of scientific inquiry on a daily basis, our students and trainees have access to a wide variety of regularly scheduled speakers and events. They include Partnering Toward Discovery, an ongoing series that brings together the perspectives of bench and bedside, with Ph.D. and M.D. students connecting over a shared sense of purpose.

The vice dean’s office oversees all of the educational programs at the school of medicine, including those for medical students, residents and clinical fellows, graduate students, postdoctoral research fellows, and other learners at the school of medicine. Find out more about school of medicine leadership.

 

 

Data Transparency

As a founding member of the Coalition for Next Generation Life Science, we are committed to increased transparency in data about doctoral training in the life sciences. Learn about our program data.

JHM Strategic Plan

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is committed to investing in graduate education.  Learn more about our strategic priorities. 
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