Johns Hopkins University (Medical Sciences) USA
733 N. Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21205 USA
Students Enrollment for 2011 = 455
The School of Medicine has 3,951 full- and part-time faculty members.
The School of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University has an application deadline of October 15 each year.
The application processing fee is $80.
Full-time tuition fee: $42,600.
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine began on February 22, 1876. It enrolled 473 students for full-time medical program in 2009. The research at the Institute is well known and as much as USD 1.68 billion spent in the year 2008-09. Primary care is the key feature of JHSM.
Students at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine learn through the Genes to Society Curriculum, which pairs academics with concurrent clinical experience.
Students can earn a traditional M.D., a Ph.D., or both in about eight years.There are also dual degree programs for an M.D./M.P.H. (Master of Public Health) and an M.D./M.B.A. through other university departments.
Research and Funding
The school receives a large amount of research funding from the National Institutes of Health, among other organizations, and runs leading research centers including the Brain Science Institute and the Institute of Genetic Medicine.
Johns Hopkins Medicine also includes the highly ranked Johns Hopkins Hospital, which is especially well known for housing the only pediatric and eye trauma centers in Maryland. The medical campus is in Baltimore, and students can live on campus in the Lowell J. Reed Medical Residence Hall, though housing is not guaranteed. Students can get involved in more than 40 groups, some of which coordinate community service projects throughout Baltimore.
John Hopkins School of Medicine