14 new students are welcomed to the Program at our annual pool party hosted by Program Director Dr. Andrea Cox
Elisabet Pujadas’s work Published in Nature Genetics
These results provide a fundamental understanding of the information-theoretic nature of the epigenome that leads to a powerful approach for studying its role in disease and aging.
Joshua Yang (Entering Class of 2016) is first author on Nature Reviews Genetics
Joshua Yang was also featured in the Hopkins Alumni newsletter for his entrepreneurship efforts: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/som/alumni/news/StudentSpotlightJoshuaYang
Work by Ishrat Ahmed (Entering Class of 2009) elucidates the pathophysiology of Huntington’s Disease
The research, published in PNAS, reports that inositol polyphosphate multikinase (IPMK) is depleted in cellular and animal models of the disease.
Johns Hopkins named leading physician training institution
Four specialties ranked No. 1, 14 among top 10 in comprehensive national study of residency programs
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The mission of the Hopkins Medical Scientist Training Program is to train and educate future leaders of academic medicine in the field of fundamental and biomedical research, as well as the field of medicine. The Program is committed to the recruitment of excellent, diverse students and the development, growth, and nurturing of these future physician-scientists through advanced education, training, and career enhancement. The core values of the Program include a passion for research, a caring and dedicated approach to medicine, with collegiality and unconditional integrity in all pursuits.