Called “Charm City” for a reason, Baltimore is a place that has a little something for everybody. Baltimore is a spirited city – a unique blend of historic charm, cultural heritage and urban vitality. With hanging out at the Inner Harbor, attending neighborhood festivals, biking to school and more, Johns Hopkins medical students, graduate students and residents have a lot to love about Baltimore. Our location in the heart of a large, diverse major urban area affords our diverse scholars, clinicians and researchers the opportunity to focus its important research related to HIV infection and its’s impacts on the surrounding community.
Johns Hopkins Neurophyte Scholars primarily work at one of the two primary Medical Campuses: Johns Hopkins Hospital East Baltimore Campus and Johns Hopkins Hospital Bayview Medical Campus.
The City of Baltimore is easy to travel across using a variety of transportation methods: driving, rideshare, biking, or using the Maryland Transit Authority (MTA) bus, light rail, or subway systems. Additionally, Johns Hopkins provides multiple shuttle routes that run regularly between Johns Hopkins Campuses, free of charge to students and employees.