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Students & Trainees

Our medical students are more than future physicians. They are also former Olympic athletes, ballroom dancers, classical musicians, published authors and artists. They span the globe, coming from places as nearby as inner-city Baltimore to places as far away as Nigeria, Russia and India. But above all, they are passionate about improving health, whether overseas or on the streets of their own communities.

Founded in the halls of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and once considered an experimental luxury, residency training is now vital to the education of young physicians, not just here, but across the world. At Hopkins, our residents have access to some of the most unique cases, technologies, mentors and research opportunities available anywhere.

Numerous fellowships are also available, offering our students and staff opportunities to improve their research skills, creatively explore scientific thought, and investigate potential opportunities to improve health and lives.

Taught by expert faculty, including Nobel laureates, National Academy of Sciences members and the world’s foremost experts in their fields, our 19 diverse programs will prepare you for a future in biomedical research.

As technology constantly expands and knowledge continuously broadens, there is always a chance to build on the wealth of understanding we've already gained through continuing education. Whether the goal is learning to write a better grant, conduct research, improve management skills or pursue new degrees, we strive to enhance the abilities of our physicians and other health care professionals, with the ultimate goal of improving patient care.

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