About This Blog

This is a news feed dedicated to showcasing the accomplishments and perspectives of our trainees—the students, postdocs and fellows here at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Whether you’re looking to become a physician, find a clinical fellowship or residency program, hoping to pursue a life of basic science research or aspiring to join one of the best medical art programs in the world, Johns Hopkins has what you are looking for.

Our medical and graduate programs are ranked among the top in the nation and our teachers, scientists, and physicians are some of the world’s foremost experts in their fields. But most importantly, Johns Hopkins is the best place to train because we have the best trainees in the world.

To showcase the breadth of activities and perspectives, the blog posts are written to address the following categories:

  • A Day in the Life: This category focuses on stories from the day-to-day life of a trainee. Topics can include personal experiences, motivations, issues facing trainees or stories about other interesting trainees.
  • Did You See This?: This category features announcements that mention when trainees are featured/quoted in the news or author op-eds. May include interesting things our contributors encounter in and around the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine campus or around Baltimore.
  • Events and Happenings: This category highlights stories on school-sponsored events, including Match Day, graduation, Young Investigators’ Day, seminars, lectures, conferences or presentations at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
  • Honor Roll: This category includes stories of trainees who have received recognition for their work in the form of awards, fellowships, grants, etc.
  • Recently Published: This category hones in on stories about the cool research done by the trainees here at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

The views expressed on this blog are those of the blog authors and are not expressly endorsed by Johns Hopkins Medicine.