Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program

Fellowship in General Internal Medicine

If you're interested in the RWJ Clinical Scholars Program and you've completed a residency in internal medicine, you should also consider a Fellowship in General Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins.  We offer three years of NIH funding for salary, plus tuition for a masters at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in clincal epidemiology, health policy & management, or health behavior & society.  Our faculty mentors include several former RWJ scholars, including Dr. Albert Wu, and Dr. Gail Daumit. Click here to find out more.