Our fellowship is dedicated to training physicians for leadership roles in the academic practice of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. The program missions include:
Providing the highest level of clinical training for fellows, who will master the evaluation and management of complex pelvic floor disorders and prepare to serve their patients and colleagues as expert consultants.
Enhancing fellows' abilities as teachers and providing them with specific skills related to educating future generations of physicians.
Ensuring that fellows obtain the expertise and knowledge needed to conduct high-impact research.
The Johns Hopkins Fellowship in FPMRS is accredited by ACGME through 2016 (initial accreditation effective July 2012).
The curriculum includes 12 months of research and 24 months of clinical training (totaling three years). Clinical rotations include urogynecology (at Johns Hopkins and at Greater Baltimore Medical Center), urology, colorectal surgery and geriatrics. Fellows also are prepared for academic careers via full participation in research projects, presentations at national meetings, grant writing and scientific publications.
Other degrees or curricula offered:
Our fellows complete graduate-level courses in epidemiology, biostatistics and research ethics. These courses are offered by The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, consistently ranked as #1 school of public health in the country by U.S. News and World Report.
Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents.
Applicants must have completed an ACGME-accredited residency in obstetrics and gynecology, and must be eligible for medical licensure in the state of Maryland.
Associate Professor of Surgery
Associate Professor of Urology
Interim Director of the Department of Surgery
Chief of Ravitch Service
The Mark M. Ravitch, M.D. Endowed Professorship in Gastrointestinal Surgery