Apply for Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Training
The Johns Hopkins Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship Training Program participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). Application is made through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
For inquiries regarding the Fellowship Training Program contact David Cooke, M.D., at [email protected] or at 410-955-6463.
Residency and Citizenship Requirements
Prospective fellows must provide evidence of either of the following:
- Successful completion of training in an ACGME-accredited residency training program in pediatrics, or
- If the prospective fellow is a graduate of a non-U.S. medical school (an International Medical Graduate, or IMG), they must have successfully completed training in pediatrics comparable to that of an ACGME-accredited residency training program. This training (medical school and residency training) must be approved by the credentialing office of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Prospective fellows must have either of the following:
- U.S. citizenship, or
- A valid U.S. visa allowing fellowship training
Training Grant Support
Many of our fellows receive support for the second and third years of training through a training grant from the National Institutes of Health. If eligible, fellows must be willing to accept the service payback obligation that is incurred with this support. Policies regarding the Ruth L. Kirschstein-NRSA payback obligation are explained in the NIH Grants Policy Statement. More details can be found on the NIH Frequently Asked Questions page.
Requirements for Promotion to Second Year of Fellowship Training
Successful completion of the first year of fellowship training as documented by end-of-year evaluations. Subspecialty residents are required to achieve an average evaluation (based on all faculty evaluations) of at least satisfactory (a 4 on the 9-point scale) on all measures.
Requirements for Promotion to Third Year of Fellowship Training
Successful completion of the second year of fellowship training as documented by end-of year evaluations. Subspecialty residents are required to achieve an average evaluation (based on all faculty evaluations) of at least satisfactory (a 4 on the 9-point scale) on all measures.