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Johns Hopkins BME graduate programs again ranked No. 1 by ‘U.S. News’

June 18, 2024
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The Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering graduate programs have earned the No.1 ranking from U.S. News & World Report, marking more than 30 consecutive years at the top spot, according to the new 2024 rankings released today.

The U.S. News rankings gives each school an average rating based on a survey of academics at peer institutions. Hopkins BME has been consistently ranked No. 1 for biomedical engineering graduate programs since 1992, when U.S. News began ranking specialty disciplines. 

“We are proud to be recognized by our peers once again, and this honor reflects all that our graduate students, faculty, and staff have accomplished,” said Julia Massimelli Sewall, director of the BME PhD program. “It also reinforces our deep commitment to nurturing outstanding graduates who will define the future of biomedical research, health care technology, and delivery.”  

Positioned within the School of Engineering and the School of Medicine, the Hopkins BME graduate program provides students with opportunities to work closely with some of the best clinical and basic research scientists in the world. Students specialize in one of seven modern disciplines ranging from computational medicine to translational cell and tissue engineering, applying engineering approaches to understand and improve human health. 

Additionally, several other engineering graduate programs within Johns Hopkins University have ranked among the nation’s best. Read more on the Hub.

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