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Osler Medical Residency

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Welcome to the Osler Medicine Training Program at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. As the country's first residency program, we are proud to continue training future leaders in medicine. We provide three years of comprehensive training in general internal medicine and a wide variety of experiences in acute and ambulatory medicine. Additionally, we partner across Johns Hopkins University to offer many opportunities in research, teaching and patient care including pathways for our residents and aspiring physician-scientists.

In addition to our Categorical Training Program, we are pleased to offer an Urban Health Primary Care Track and a combined training in Pediatrics, where residents are eligible for dual boarding after four years.

As you explore our website, you will learn about our rich history and the wealth of opportunities that make the Osler residency so special.

Thank you for your interest in our program. For specific questions regarding our residency training, please email Jenn Jackson or call 410-955-7911.

Sincerely,

Sanjay Desai, M.D., FACP
sanjayvdesai@jhmi.edu

Mark Anderson, M.D., Ph.D.
Mark.Anderson@jhmi.edu

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Anderson, Mark Edward, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor of Medicine
Professor of Physiology
Director, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
William Osler Professor of Medicine
 
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Desai, Sanjay Virendra, M.D.

Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, Osler Medical Training Program
Vice Chair for Education, Department of Medicine
 
    
 

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