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  • Aging and Dementia Training Program Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: Not Applicable
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Dr. Marilyn Albert; malbert9@jhmi.edu

    This predoctoral and postdoctoral training program trains young investigators in age-related cognitive and neuropsychiatric disorders. The interdisciplinary program is funded by the National Institute on Aging, affiliated with the Department of Neurology and the Department of Psychiatry at the school of medicine, the Department of Mental Health at the school of public health and the Department of Psychology and Brain Sciences at the school of arts and sciences.

    Aging and Dementia Training Program Fellowship - Program Details

    Program Director

    Marilyn S. Albert, Ph.D.

    • Professor of Neurology
    • Professor of Neuroscience
    • Professor of Pathology
    • Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
    • Director of Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Neurology
  • Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders Fellowship

    • Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Dr. Sevil Yasar; syasar1@jhmi.edu

    The Johns Hopkins Cerebral Fluid Center is now offering a one-year fellowship in biomarkers of cerebrospinal fluid disorders. The faculty of the program includes a multidisciplinary team of three full-time neurologists, a geriatrician, a neurosurgeon, an otolaryngologist, a neuro-ophthalmologist and two neuroradiologists.

    Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Sevil Yasar, M.D., Ph.D.

    • Associate Professor of Medicine
    • Associate Professor of Neurology
  • Cerebrovascular and Skull Base Neurosurgery Fellowship

    • Accrediting Body: ACGME-Equivalent
    • Duration: 1-2 years
    • Program Contact: Dr. Rafael Tamargo; rtamarg@jhmi.edu

    Program Director

    Rafael Jesus Tamargo, M.D.

    • Professor of Neurosurgery
    • Professor of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
    • Walter E. Dandy Professor of Neurosurgery
    • Director, Division of Cerebrovascular Neurosurgery
    • Vice-Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery
    • Neurosurgical Co-Director, Neurosciences Critical Care Unit
  • Epilepsy Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Joanne Barnett; jbarne14@jhmi.edu

    The fellowship includes one year of training accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and a second, optional, nonaccredited year concentrating on more in-depth epilepsy training with an opportunity to conduct epilepsy research. The program emphasizes diagnostic evaluation and treatment of patients with epileptic seizures, or with symptoms and signs, in the differential diagnosis of epileptic seizures.

    Epilepsy Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Nathan Earl Crone, M.D.

    • Professor of Neurology
    • Co-Director, Epilepsy Fellowship Program
  • Movement Disorders Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Equivalent
    • Duration: 3 years
    • Program Contact: Regina Poole; rfelton1@jhmi.edu

    Johns Hopkins’ movement disorder fellowship trains exceptionally qualified individuals in the diagnosis and management of a wide variety of movement disorders. The fellowship focuses on rotations through subspecialty clinics, managing patients with Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, Tourette syndrome, frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and ataxia. The program ensures exposure to specialty clinics in otolaryngology, neuro-ophthalmology, neurosurgery, neuropsychiatry, cognitive neurology, normal pressure hydrocephalus and telemedicine.

    Movement Disorders Fellowship Program Details

  • Neurocritical Care Fellowship

    • Locations: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME-Equivalent
    • Duration: 2 years
    • Program Contact: Shirley Anderson; sandersd@jhmi.edu

    The Neurocritical Care Fellowship Program at Johns Hopkins pioneered the training of fellows in the 1980s and continues to be the leading program in this sub-specialty training. The particular strength of the program is its collaboration between faculty from departments of neurosurgery, neurology and anesthesiology and critical care medicine. A major program goal is to train Neurocritical Care Clinician Scientists.

    Neurocritical Care Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Wendy Catharina Ziai, M.D.

    • Professor of Neurology
    • Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
    • Professor of Neurosurgery
    • Medical Director, Neurovascular Laboratory
    • Co-Director, Johns Hopkins Bayview Neurocritical Care Unit
  • Neuroimmunology and Neurological Infectious Disease Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Equivalent
    • Duration: 2-3 years
    • Program Contact: Heather Thomas; hthoma21@jhmi.edu

    The major goals of our programs are to develop exceptional independent investigators equipped with the knowledge and motivation necessary to address critical questions relating to the epidemiology, natural history, pathogenesis and therapy of neuroimmunology and neurological infectious disease.

    Neuroimmunology and Neurological Infectious Disease Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Peter Arthur Calabresi, M.D.

    • Professor of Neurology
    • Professor of Neuroscience
    • Professor of Ophthalmology
    • Director, Division of Neuroimmunology
    • Director, The Johns Hopkins Multiple Sclerosis Center
  • Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Dr. Ahmet Hoke; ahoke@jhmi.edu

    The neuromuscular medicine fellowship at Johns Hopkins is a one-year Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education-accredited clinical program to train neurologists in neuromuscular disorders. Fellows learn proper diagnosis and treatment of neuromuscular disorders, perform and read nerve and muscle biopsies, and learn to carry out electrodiagnostic evaluations with nerve conduction studies and electromyography.

    Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Ahmet Hoke, M.D., Ph.D.

    • Professor of Neurology
    • Professor of Neuroscience
    • Director, Neuromuscular Division
  • Neuroplastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME-equivalent
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Kristin Hook; khook2@jhmi.edu

    In partnership with both the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the Department of Neurosurgery, a one-year neuroplastic and reconstructive surgery fellowship trains future academic leaders in adult craniomaxillofacial and neurocranial reconstruction. We are proud to report that this fellowship is the nation’s first-ever surgical fellowship concentrating on combined training related to neuroplastic and reconstructive surgery. The fellowship opportunity is available to all physicians who have completed a residency in plastic surgery approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, with one available position per year.

    Neuroplastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Chad Ronald Gordon, D.O.

    • Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
    • Professor of Neurosurgery
    • Director, Neuroplastic and Reconstructive Surgery
    • Co-Director, Multidisciplinary Adult Cranioplasty Center (MACC)
    • Fellowship Director, Neuroplastic and Reconstructive Surgery, (Plastic Surgery)
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