The CBI Program consists of 32 faculty mentors who hold primary appointments in one of eight departments distributed throughout the four Johns Hopkins schools that encompass CBI faculty.
At the start of the fall semester, you will be advised by a group of CBI preceptors who will help you select courses that meet your needs and suit your individual interests.
Selecting a Thesis Research Lab and Adviser
As a student in the CBI program, you will carry out three research rotations, then choose a research adviser (or advisers) in May of your first year at Johns Hopkins.
- Each rotation will be approximately 10 weeks in duration.
- Your research rotations will be carried out in at least two different departments.
- The research adviser that you select need not be one with whom you have done a rotation.