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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.

  • Resident Perspectives: Johns Hopkins Pediatric Residency Program

    Johns Hopkins offers one of the most comprehensive and dynamic pediatric residency programs in the U.S.

  • Ph.D. Students and Mentors Win Research and Diversity Fellowship

    Three student-mentor pairs have received a 2020 Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study, which will fund their research as well as programs that promote diversity.

  • From the Blog: Resuming Medical Training in the Era of COVID-19

    A medical student shares her perspectives on returning to the hospital for clinical rotations after a four-month COVID-19 hiatus.

  • In the News: Johns Hopkins Resident Shares Experience During Pandemic

    A first-year internal medicine resident physician at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center wrote about his experience starting his medical residency during coronavirus in an article for CNN.

  • Namandjé Bumpus

    Namandjé Bumpus Makes History with New Department Chair Role

    Bumpus is the first African American woman to lead a department at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the only African American woman currently chairing a pharmacology department at any medical school in the nation.

  • Johns Hopkins Medical Students Mobilize to Volunteer for the Community During COVID-19 Pandemic

    When their classes were canceled, Johns Hopkins medical students Laura Pugh and Anthony Salerno started Apart Not Alone, a volunteer organization to help combat social isolation among older adults.

  • From the Blog: The Student Scientists Behind the (Future) Coronavirus Cure

    The news often reports the research, but what about the researchers? Student scientists working during the pandemic discuss their new normal.

  • Hopkins staff at the White Coats for Black Lives observance.

    Johns Hopkins White Coats for Black Lives

    Staff members from throughout the Johns Hopkins Medicine community joined the #WhiteCoatsforBlackLives observance on June 5 to demonstrate solidarity against racism and inequity.

  • New Online Summer Electives in Health Informatics

    Informatics Education is excited to offer four new electives. These courses are open to students in the School of Medicine, faculty, and staff (tuition remission accepted). Learn about current topics in health informatics, teaching, data mining, searching, sources, and entrepreneurship.

  • From the Blog: Getting Tested for COVID-19

    A school of medicine student discusses her COVID-19 test and what it feels like to be on the other end of the doctor-patient relationship.

  • Right Here, Right Now: James Taylor, M.D., Surgical Resident, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

    After working on a COVID-19 intensive care unit, James Taylor, a senior resident at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, is returning to his normal duties performing trauma and acute care surgery.

  • Congratulations to our School of Medicine graduates!

    The annual Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Convocation Ceremony is an extraordinary event for our graduates, and a moving recognition of their professional accomplishments and their unbelievable dedication and commitment.

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