The mission of the Johns Hopkins Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology is to train expert clinicians, leaders, educators and researchers who will improve the care of older adults and change the future of aging for all of us. Our education and training programs span the depth and breadth of clinical and research activities of our acclaimed faculty. Whether you are a student, house officer, faculty member, or health care provider, the Division offers an educational program that is likely to interest and inspire you.
Training and Education Opportunities
Clinical experiences with expert geriatricians and health care teams practicing in the full continuum of clinical services for older adults.
Hands-on research experiences with scientists using the latest advances in molecular biology, clinical outcomes, epidemiology, population-based research, and health services research
In-depth educational experiences with clinician-educators, including exposure to curriculum development and approaches to teaching
Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology Fellowship Training Program
The aim of the Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology Fellowship Training Program is to advance the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, quality of life and care for the aging population. Our graduates have pursued exciting research and academic careers at a wide range of institutions, and others have become master clinicians and leaders in health systems.Learn More
Commitment to Diversity and Equity
The Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology is committed to training a diverse group of geriatrics experts to improve the care of older adults and to create a geriatrics workforce that better serves our patients and communities. We seek to recruit faculty and train students and fellows from diverse backgrounds.
Jessica Colburn, Program Director, Nicholas Schmedding, April Ehrlich, Janelle Ho, Maria Bellantoni, Simone Lescott (Clinical Fellows), and Brandon LaCour (Fellowship Program Administrator)
Reyhan Westbrook (Fellow) at the American Geriatric Society
Shasta Ahmed (Clinician Fellow) and Dr. Nancy Schoenborn at the American Geriatric Society
Janelle Ho, Simone Lescott, Maria Bellatoni, April Ehrlich and Nicholas Schmedding (Clinical Fellows) with Dr. John Burton, Professor Emeritus
Clinical Fellows on a Field Trip to Bmore Licks
Shasta Ahmed, Dr. Burton, Maryam Hasan, Elena Beidler (Clinician Fellows) at the American Geriatric Society
Elena Beidler (Clinician Fellow) at the American Geriatric Society
Ricky Heath (Clinician Leadership Fellow) at the American Geriatric Society
Maryam Hasan (Clinician Fellow) at the American Geriatric Society
Thomas Cudjoe (Clinician Fellow) at the American Geriatric Society
Phil Magidson at the American Geriatric Society
THE OFFICE OF GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATIONResources for Residents and Clinical Fellows
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