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*NOTE* We are currently accepting applications for the Translational Aging Research Training Program Fellowship. If interested, please click here  to learn more!


The Fellowship Training Program in Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology at Johns Hopkins was established in 1983 and has trained over 200 physicians and research scientists.  Many of our graduates have pursued exciting research and academic careers at a wide range of institutions, while others have become master clinicians and leaders in health systems. Our fellowship program is fully accredited by the American College of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and is physically located on the campus of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Geriatric medicine has been ranked #1 in recent assessment by US News & World Report.

Our fellowship program currently has four distinct, training pathways.  These include: the 1-year clinical pathway, the multi-year (2-4 year) research pathway, the 2-year clinician-educator pathway, and 2-year clinical leadership pathway

The research pathway is open to Ph.D. or M.D./D.O. candidates; the other pathways are specifically for M.D./D.O. candidates.

Fellowship training program leadership:

Matthew McNabney, M.D.
Program Director

Samuel C. Durso, M.D., M.B.A., AGSF

Neal Fedarko, Ph.D.