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Johns Hopkins Medicine leaders and faculty members share a message with learners affirming the organization's commitment to the values of diversity, equity and inclusion.


Our School of Medicine Community

The Johns Hopkins University 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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    Johns Hopkins affirms commitment to diversity in wake of Supreme Court decision on race in admissions

    Johns Hopkins University President Ron Daniels sent a message to the university community affirming JHU's unwavering commitment to diversity and the promise of equal opportunity.

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    Getting to Know the Gertrude Stein Society

    The Gertrude Stein Society is the student-led organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied members of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. Michael Gold and Ray Kung, two first-year medical students, serve as the society’s social chairs.

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    The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Class of 2023 Convocation

    Congratulations to our School of Medicine graduates!

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    Bamboo Sprouts Student Association Helps Cultivate Community for Medical Students

    Volunteers become mentors for Asian American adoptees, learn about each other’s culture.

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    Young Investigators' Day 2023

    Discoveries by our trainees have helped propel research endeavors at Johns Hopkins Medicine. The annual Young Investigators' Day ceremony celebrates the unique contributions of our junior researchers and the mentors who helped them excel in their fields. Meet this year’s awardees.

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    Medical Student Arjun Menta Wins Soros Fellowship

    Arjun Menta, a second-year medical student, has been awarded a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, a $90,000 merit-based fellowship exclusively for immigrants and children of immigrants who are pursuing graduate studies.

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    From the Blog: The Power of Food

    Food is a constant factor in our lives. Could our diet impact not just our physical, but also our mental wellbeing? Ph.D. candidate Holly Robinson provides a brief look into research on this hot topic.

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    Johns Hopkins Connecting the Community | Shepherd's Clinic

    Johns Hopkins students have opportunity to engage in health equity and help serve our communities and patient populations that they normally would not see in clinics.

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    Match Day 2023

    Match Day is the rite of passage in the lives of graduating medical students, who will advance to a three- to seven-year residency program, getting hands-on experience in a specific discipline. This is a celebration shared among peers, families, and school of medicine faculty and friends.

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    Shaking Up the Status Quo

    Expanding the ophthalmology pipeline for those who are underrepresented in medicine is critical, say Wilmer faculty and trainees, who are focused on doing just that.

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    Getting in Step

    Dr. Katherine Chretien explores how a new pass/fail option will change the way medical students prepare for residency.

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    Medical Student Receives 2022 Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award

    Lisa Young, second-year medical student, serves the Johns Hopkins community by promoting educational accessibility, and by providing opportunities for young people with disabilities to participate in adaptive sports.

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