Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship Research and Investigation

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s pediatric anesthesiology fellowship program provides fellows a range of opportunities to pursue clinical, integrative basic science and translational research, as well as quality improvement and educational scholarship.

Our Clinical and Translational Research Training Track and other mentoring programs support residents, fellows and junior faculty on a pathway toward independent, successful investigation in clinical and translational research in child health and disease. 

Pediatric anesthesiology fellows have access to research collaborations with a variety of key entities, including the resources and infrastructure of Johns Hopkins Medicine and collaboration with colleagues in Baltimore. 

The anesthesiology faculty participates in a diverse amount of research that will allow fellows to become involved in projects that will match their scholarly activity goals.

Some examples of past and current projects include:

  • Esophageal Atresia Registry
  • Craniofacial Registry
  • APRICOT — Anesthesia Practice in Children Observational Trial
  • GAS Study — general anesthesia or awake-regional anesthesia in infancy
  • NIRS — Near Infrared Spectrum
  • Prospective Fitbit studies
  • Pfizer MRI Dex/Propofol
  • Gas induction app
  • Wake Up Safe
  • Hemostasis in Neuromuscular Scoliosis
  • Implementation of Acupuncture Program
  • Novel Blood Test for Fibromyalgia

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Learn more about the Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.