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JP Llongueras, in the Bosmans lab, has received the prestigious HHMI Gilliam Fellowship. Awesome job JP, keep up the good work!

Student Work

  • 1Pingdewinde Sam, Claypool Lab

    I developed an interest in human physiology at an early age that led to getting a Bachelor's Degree with a Concentration in Physiology. Along the way, I fell in love with physiology on a cellular level and seized the opportunity to apply to the CMP Program.

  • 1Hao Jia, (Dawson Lab)

    I chose CMP graduate program because I thought I felt I was valued and welcomed by the program. I can always get substantial amount of attention and support.

  • 1Kelli Johnson, (Donowitz Lab)

    CMP supports my interest in Basic Science Research, something I am sad to say that other programs told me was considered unimportant. I am of the belief that if you don't understand how a system functions normally, you can't possibly study it properly in a disturbed situation.

  • 1Niranjana Natarajan, (Pluznick Lab)

    I chose the CMP graduate program because I was interested in working in a field that would allow me to be involved in projects with high translational potential.

  • 1Oluwaseun Ogunbona, (Claypool Lab)

    By the time I was finishing my medical degree, I realized I wanted to be a physician who will focus on conducting molecular research. This prompted my decision to pursue a graduate degree in the biomedical research field. I chose the Cellular and Molecular Physiology program because of two major reasons. First, physiology is a science that deals with the normal functions of the body, and as such it provides a solid foundation for a career in laboratory medicine. Second, a molecular science program affords me the opportunity to acquire skills that are required for pioneering research which is a handy tool for advancing the frontiers of medicine.

  • 1Jungwoo Kim, (Dawson Lab)

    CMP graduate program provides focused yet diverse research topics on top of the ample Hopkins research environment.

Fast Facts

5.7

Average Time (in years)
to Degree

24%

Past Trainees holding
Pre-doctoral Fellowships

5.1

Average Publications
Per Trainee

44%

Current Trainees holding
Pre-doctoral Fellowships