East Baltimore Campus
The concept of graduate study in America originated with the founding of Johns Hopkins in 1876, and marked the beginnings of an enterprise that would unite a university's medical school and a teaching hospital for the first time in this country. Intrinsic to this new concept was the idea that discourse between various specialties is integral to advancing the science of medicine. The dynamic atmosphere created by this belief continues today, and has kept Hopkins continually in the forefront of biological research, medical education and clinical medicine for more than a century.
The East Baltimore Campus is home to the School of Medicine, The School of Nursing and the Bloomberg School of Public Health.
The entire East Baltimore campus is expanding: the Johns Hopkins Hospital is now is Phase II of a $950 million construction project to be completed by the spring of 2011; a new education building is opening in the fall of 2009; plans for renovating the Basic Science quad are now being developed; and a 31 â€“acre Science & Technology Park is under construction now â€“ the first of the Biotech park buildings opened in 2008. The Science & Technology Park project includes 1.1 million square feet of lab and office space. The research park will eventually house 30 â€“ 50 companies. It will provide traditional lab and office space for incubator programs for cutting edge science and networking opportunities with Hopkins 630 primary researchers, 2000 postdoctoral fellows and 800 graduate students. The project builds upon the great community that already exists in East Baltimore, with opportunities for residents as well as newcomers. As part of its 31-acre development the Forest City-New East Baltimore Partnership is constructing over 800 units of affordable, moderate and market-rate residential housing to include sale and rental properties, as well as graduate student housing. There will also be up to 80,000 square feet of retail space and 3 acres of open space.
|Schools with classes and programs at East Baltimore:||The School of Medicine
Bloomberg School of Public Health
The School of Nursing
How to get to the East Baltimore campus
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
Main campus for Schools of Medicine and Nursing; the Johns
Hopkins Hospital; and the Kennedy Kreiger Institute
[recorded directions available by telephone at (410) 955-0166]
From I-95 (southbound): Take I-95 south to Exit 57, O'Donnell Street. Proceed west on O'Donnell three-quarters of a mile to Conkling Street. Turn right on Conkling to Eastern Avenue. Turn left on Eastern Avenue (Route 150 West) and continue for about 2 miles. Turn right on Broadway. Continue on Broadway past Orleans Street and the historic entrance to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Turn right onto Monument Street. Continue to Washington Street and turn left. A garage entrance is on the right.
From I-95 (northbound): Take exit 53, I-395 north, into Baltimore. Turn right at Pratt Street. Stay on Pratt Street past Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Turn right onto President Street and proceed two blocks. Turn left onto Fleet Street for one-half of a mile. Turn left onto Broadway. Continue on Broadway past Orleans Street and the historic entrance to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Turn right onto Monument Street. Continue to Washington Street and turn left. A garage entrance is on the right.
From I-70 (eastbound): From I-70, exit onto I-695 south (the Baltimore Beltway). Proceed about 6 miles to exit 11A, I-95 north. Proceed using directions above from I-95 (northbound).
From I-83 (southbound): Take I-83 south (the Baltimore/Harrisburg Expressway) to Baltimore. Just outside Baltimore, I-83 merges briefly with I-695 (the Baltimore Beltway) and then splits off again to become the Jones Falls Expressway into the city (Follow the signs for I-83 south). I-83 ends at Fayette Street. Turn left at Fayette Street and proceed to Broadway. Turn left onto Broadway. Continue on Broadway past Orleans Street and the historic entrance to Johns Hopkins Hospital. Turn right onto Monument Street. Continue to Washington Street and turn left. A garage entrance is on the right.
Follow this link to a Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions campus map.
Finally, a parking information is available online here.Office of News and Information
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