Stephen Milner, M.D.
The division of burns offers a 1-2 year burn fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Burn Center. The fellowship provides clinical experience as well as a strong research emphasis on all aspects of burn care. The position is available to physicians who are board eligible or certified in plastic or general surgery, or those who have completed three years of general surgery training. International medical graduates are also considered with appropriate medical qualifications and ECFMG certification.
Stephen Milner, M.D.
Surgical and emergency room residents from Johns Hopkins Hospital, Union Hospital, St. Agnes Hospital, Hershey Medical Center, Sinai Hospital, York Hospital and University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center rotate through the burn center. The rotation entails experience in all aspects of burn care including ICU and reconstruction.
Please feel free to contact our offices at the Johns Hopkins Burn Center for further details regarding our educational programs.
Telephone: 410-550-0886, ext. 2
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Health Psychology
James A. Fauerbach, Ph.D.
The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences announces a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical health/rehabilitation psychology. The goal is to develop research expertise and to benefit from training in rehabilitation and clinical health psychology in preparation for advanced academic or clinical appointments. The primary responsibilities of the fellow are coordination of a National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) funded burn model system project (http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/osers/nidrr/index.html) with local and national collaborative projects, as well as evaluation and treatment of patients admitted to the Johns Hopkins Burn Center. Start date as early as summer 2010 - second year contingent upon mutual consent.
The position provides a fairly even split between clinical and research activity and requires knowledge and expertise in cognitive-behavioral therapy. Clinical work focuses on CBT assessment/formulation and treatment of patients with acute burn injuries. Clinical issues and active areas of investigation include acute and chronic posttraumatic stress disorder, pain, physical deconditioning and body image distress. Fellows also take part in various departmental and campus-wide didactics and seminars, participate in ongoing projects, and develop independent investigations – several opportunities for submitting small grants are available. Additionally, fellows are expected to develop and present abstracts and submit original manuscripts from project data.
The position also benefits from collaborative relationships with other Hopkins resources such as the JH Anxiety Disorders Clinic, the JH Center for Mind-Body Research and the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation which provide further clinical training, mentoring, and research opportunities. We are most interested in applicants who have completed an APA-accredited program and internship and whose degree will be awarded by the time of the fellowship. Experience in critically ill or injured populations is favorable but not necessary.
Applications should include a letter requesting consideration and stating near- and long-term career goals, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference. Send application materials and inquiries to: James A. Fauerbach, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, c/o Johns Hopkins Burn Center, 4940 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224; Phone: (410) 550-0894; Fax: (410) 550-8161; E-mail: email@example.com. Applications sent in pdf format via email is preferred.