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The Graduate Program in Immunology

Welcome! Since 1982, our program continues to be at the forefront of cutting-edge biomedical research. Our mission is to train the next generation of researchers who, through active scholarship, contribute to the generation of new knowledge on the basic mechanisms of the immune system and the application of this knowledge to the understanding and treatment of disease.

Facts at a Glance

5.5

Average time (years) to degree

For all Ph.D. recipients in the last 10 years

6.5

Average number of publications per student

In the last ten years, students have left Hopkins with an average of 6.5 total publications 

35

Percent of students from underrepresented backgrounds

Johns Hopkins prides itself on its commitment to diversity and inclusion in its graduate programs

4-6

Average incoming student class size

Small incoming class size means students get individualized attention from faculty

Mobirise

Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity is an integral part of the graduate programs at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  

Upcoming Events

Thesis Presentations

Michael Claiborne 
Thursday, February 25th, 2021
Title: Novel modulation of mTORC1 signaling
and downstream effectors enhance CD8+ T
cell responses

Time: 3:30-4:30pm 
Mentor: Dr. Jonathan Powell 

Please contact the program office for Zoom information.

Seminars

Next forum: March 16th
Details to come



Please contact the program office for Zoom information.

Hopkins and GPI Events

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