Program Cost and Logistics


The JHMPI Summer Institute 2024 will take place from Tuesday, August 6 – Friday, August 9. The program begins with a welcome reception and dinner starting at 5:30pm on Tuesday, August 6 and concludes with lunch on Friday, August 9.


The JHMPI Summer Institute takes place at the new, philanthropically supported Sheikh Zayed Tower on the campus of Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Chevy Chase Arcade
1800 Orleans Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21287

Program Cost

Standard Rate: $3,900
Early Bird Rate: $3,500 – Available only through April 30th, 2024

What this includes:

  • Attendance at all JHMPI sessions and materials, including a welcome gift
  • Shuttle transportation to and from the Canopy Hotel to Johns Hopkins Medicine campus for JHMPI Summer Institute sessions
  • All meals starting with the reception and dinner on Tuesday, August 6 through the closing lunch on Friday, August 9, with one exception – dinner on Thursday, August 8 is on-your-own, with the opportunity to opt-in to a special interest group dinner organized by JHMPI (attendees pay their own way at special interest dinners)

Note: Hotel and travel costs are not included in the program rate and are handled separately by attendees. See accommodation information below for the special rate arranged at the Canopy Hotel for JHMPI Summer Institute attendees.


A special room rate for JHMPI Summer Institute participants is arranged at the Canopy Hotel by Hilton at Harbor Point, an approximately 10 minute drive from the Johns Hopkins Medicine campus. Shuttle transportation to and from The Canopy Hotel to the Johns Hopkins Medicine campus is provided for all JHMPI Summer Institute sessions.

The Canopy Hotel
1215 Wills Street
Baltimore, MD 21231

JHMPI Room Rate: $209 per night

Book your room here.


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