The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Delivering on the Promise of Medicine

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.

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    Medical student Maria Fazal discusses ways for learners at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to help others during this time of need.

  • Hopkins students celebrate Match Day with confetti.

    Celebrate Match Day 2020.

  • A group of medical students stand in Armstrong lobby with Dean Rothman and Dr. Ziegelstein.

    Top ranked in seven specialties. Four specialties ranked #1 and one ranked #2.

  • Some of the people addressing learner mistreatment at Johns Hopkins

    The medical school and university are introducing resources and policies to prevent mistreatment of learners and respond appropriately if it does occur.

  • A diverse group of young women work in the lab together.

    Graduate student Emily Han shares lessons learned at the recent workshop, “Gender Equity in Science at Hopkins.”

  • Two people in silhouette perform yoga poses outdoors.

    In the current era of burnout and wellness, it’s important to return to the bedside as much to evaluate our patients as to share our vulnerability, says Bayview resident Maddie Rodriguez.

  • An illustration of business people standing in a group with colorful speech bubbles above their heads.

    A Ph.D. student shares his experience attending a workshop hosted by the Johns Hopkins Medicine Professional Development and Career Office.

  • Dr. Semenza

    Graduate student Kyla Britson shares her thoughts on attending Dr. Semenza’s keynote presentation for the Hopkins Medicine Distinguished Speaker Series.

  • IEE 10th anniversary celebration.

    The Johns Hopkins Institute for Excellence in Education Celebrates 10 Years.

  • a woman looks out a window with sad expression

    The more you know, the more you know you don’t know. In biomedical professions, sometimes that fact can be energizing and other times — disheartening.

  • Kimberly Turner

    Kimberly Turner, M.D., discusses how with mentorship, advocacy, and open-mindedness by all, we strive for greater diversity within the healthcare workforce.

  • Dorry Segev, Sharon Gerecht, Colleen Barry and Elizabeth Jaffee.

    Dorry Segev, Sharon Gerecht, Colleen Barry and Elizabeth Jaffee are among 100 new members elected to the National Academy of Medicine.

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