U.S. NEW & WORLD REPORT RANKS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE HIGH AGAIN

March 18, 1994
Media Contact: Gary Stephenson
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U.S. News & World Report 1994 survey of the nations schools of medicine again places Hopkins as one of the top two research-oriented schools, second only to Harvard. In a series of specialty ratings, the School of Medicine ranked first in education related to drug and alcohol abuse and geriatric specialties, second in internal medicine, pediatrics and women's health, and third in the AIDS category. Hopkins' biomedical engineering program was ranked first in its category under engineering specialties. And the School of Public Health received top rating for its graduate public health program. U.S. News judged the 60 medical schools that received the most research money from the National Institutes of Health, considering such factors as rankings by medical-school deans and senior faculty, the amount of federal funding, student selectivity, and the fulltime faculty-to-student ratio of resources.


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