Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowships
The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program 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 application from both pediatric and emergency medicine residency graduates.
The fellowship program is based at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, with selected rotations to the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center emergency department, Maryland Poison Center and the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland. The program includes rotations in pediatric emergency medicine, pediatric critical care, anesthesia, trauma, toxicology, child abuse, emergency medical services and adult emergency medicine.
Emergency medicine faculty research interests can be explored on our division website. Fellows are encouraged to obtain mentors from the wealth of expertise throughout Johns Hopkins. Recent fellows’ projects have included topics in toxicology, disaster preparedness, curriculum development and infectious disease. Current fellows have mentors in critical care and infectious disease.
Applications are accepted from Aug. 1 to Sept. 30 each year. All applications should be processed through the Association of American Medical Colleges ERAS system.
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- Thuy Ngo, D.O., M.Ed, fellowship program director
- Lauren Kahl, M.D., associate fellowship program director
- Eva Seligman, M.D., assistant fellowship director
- Monica Johnson, senior academic program coordinator, 410-955-6146
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