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  • Adolescent Medicine Fellowship

    • Location: Johns Hopkins Children's Center
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 3 years
    • Program Contact: Carla Gourdine; cgourdi1@jhmi.edu

    The fellowship in adolescent medicine provides clinical and research training in preparation for a career in academic adolescent medicine and research. The three-year program includes clinical experiences in sports medicine, sexually transmitted infections, substance abuse, adolescent psychology, endocrinology, school-based health and more.

    Adolescent Medicine Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Maria E. Trent, M.D., M.P.H.

    • Professor of Pediatrics
    • Director, Adolescent Medicine Fellowship Program
    • Director, Adolescent Health (T32) Research Training Program
    • Director, Physician Services for School Based Health Centers
    • Director, Division of Adolescent/Young Adult Medicine
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 2 years
    • Program Contact: Josh Elliott; jellio26@jhmi.edu

    The fellowship program in child and adolescent psychiatry at The Johns Hopkins Hospital is designed to provide a comprehensive and broad-based education in psychiatric diagnosis and treatment of children, adolescents and their families. The program focuses on developing skill in diagnostic interviewing, case formulation, treatment planning and psychotherapeutic and pharmacologic management in the context of a strong knowledge base in child development, principles of research and familiarity with the function and organization of health, education and welfare institutions.

    Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program Details

  • Dermatology Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Annie Grossberg; agrossb2@jhmi.edu

    The Division of Pediatric Dermatology hosts an American Board of Dermatology-sponsored pediatric dermatology fellowship. The one-year fellowship is open to candidates who are board certified in dermatology and who have a special interest in pediatric dermatology. Candidates should apply directly to interim director Kate Puttgen, M.D.

    Dermatology Fellowship Program Details

  • General Pediatrics Fellowship

    • Locations: Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Johns Hopkins Children's Center
    • Accrediting Body: Not Applicable
    • Program Contact: Lynette Forrest; lforres2@jhmi.edu

    Johns Hopkins’ Academic Pediatric Association accredited general academic pediatrics fellowship program provides training in primary care research, and population/health disparities research. The program is funded by institutional National Research Service and Primary Care Training Enhancement Awards from the Health Resources and Services Administration.

    General Pediatrics Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Sara B. Johnson, M.P.H., Ph.D.

    • Associate Professor of Pediatrics
    • Director, General Academic Pediatrics Fellowship
    • Co-Director, Rales Center for the Integration of Health and Education
    • Co-Director, Johns Hopkins Consortium for School-Based Health Solutions
  • Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Training Programs

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 3 years
    • Program Contact: Rosie Silva; rsilva6@jhmi.edu

    The primary goal of the neonatal-perinatal medicine training program is to develop academic neonatologists. Our educational philosophy is to give significant responsibility for clinical and research activities to maximize learning and acquisition of skills, while providing sufficient oversight to guarantee a productive environment. There are three first-year positions, with 8 to 10 fellows in training positions at a time.

    Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Training Program Details

    Program Director

    Lawrence M. Nogee, M.D.

    • Professor of Pediatrics
    • Director, Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Training Program
    • Interim Director, Eudowood Neonatal Pulmonary Division
    • Interim Director, Division of Neonatology
  • Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 1 year
    • Program Contact: Wanda Franklin; wmarti18@jhmi.edu

    The pediatric anesthesia fellowship is a one-year ACGME-approved fellowship program designed to prepare the individual for an academic or private practice career in pediatric anesthesiology. This combination of clinical, teaching and research activities provides the best preparation for a career in pediatric anesthesia. A two-year non-ACGME fellowship can be arranged, depending upon exposure to research.

    Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Scotty Dingeman, M.D.

    • Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
  • Pediatric Cardiology Fellowships

    • Location: Johns Hopkins Children's Center
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 3 years
    • Program Contact: Kathy Walsh; kwalsh23@jhmi.edu

    Founded in 1931, the Children’s Cardiac Clinic and the Division of Pediatric Cardiology was directed by Dr. Helen Brooke Taussig and was the first of its kind. Johns Hopkins remains in the forefront of pediatric cardiology in clinical care, new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques, and research. The program trains candidates for careers in academic pediatric cardiology, with a minimum of three years required for the subboard of pediatric cardiology. Additional training is available for those undertaking a supported research program.

    Pediatric Cardiology Fellowships Program Details

    Program Director

    William J. Ravekes, M.D.

    • Associate Professor of Pediatrics
    • Medical Director for Pediatric Heart Transplant
  • Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 3 years
    • Program Contact: Wanda Franklin; wmarti18@jhmi.edu

    The pediatric critical care experience at The Johns Hopkins Hospital provides for a broad multidisciplinary exposure to the many facets of pediatric critical care medicine. The pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) is a 40-bed unit with a balance of medical and surgical patients. Johns Hopkins Children’s Center is the pediatric trauma and transplant center (heart, liver, kidney) in our region, with the largest cardiac surgery extracorporeal membrane oxygenation program in the state of Maryland and an active critical care transport team.

    Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Jennifer J. Schuette, M.D., M.S.

    • Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
    • Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
    • Director, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Fellowship
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship

    • Locations: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Children's Center
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 3 years
    • Program Contact: Laura Gerafentis; lgerafe1@jhmi.edu

    The pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center allows fellows the opportunity for mentored development in a highly academic environment. The three-year fellowship is open to applications from both pediatric and emergency medicine residency graduates.

    Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    Thuy L. Ngo, D.O., M.Ed.

    • Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
    • Director, Clinical Operations, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
    • Associate Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program
  • Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship

    • Location: The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    • Accrediting Body: ACGME Accredited
    • Duration: 3 years
    • Program Contact: Kay Thilert; kay.t@jhmi.edu

    The Division of Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes offers a comprehensive academic training program that consists of three years of training in contemporary pediatric endocrinology research and practice. The overall goal of the program is to train physician scientists and clinical investigators in pediatric endocrinology in a program that stresses the integration of clinical endocrinology, research and discovery.

    Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Program Details

    Program Director

    David W. Cooke, M.D.

    • Associate Professor of Pediatrics
    • Director, Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Training Program
    • Clinical Director, Pediatric Endocrinology
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