The Johns Hopkins Center on Aging and Health, in collaboration with the clinical geriatrics fellowship training program, accepts qualified applicants into a special two-year program which includes a year of full-time course work in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health leading to an master’s degree in health science (MHS).
This didactic instruction is followed by one year of mentored research on aging-related issues. Applicants typically combine the MHS program with a preliminary (or final) year of clinical training or two years (total 4 years) of combined research and clinical training. Applicants must be accepted into both training programs.
Contact the Center on Aging and Health for more information about the program.