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Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Research Training

During the three years of fellowship training, exposure to a variety of aspects of research occur, with development of an individual research project with a designated mentor. The goal of the research component of the fellowship training program is to establish the foundations of research skills to allow development of a career in academic neonatal-perinatal medicine as a physician-scientist.

There is a variety of research interests among our Neonatology faculty, including neurodevelopment, pulmonary genetics, clinical research in follow-up, nutrition, palliative care and global health, plus an NIH training program emphasizing research in developmental aspects of substance abuse. Additional opportunities are available with Johns Hopkins faculty members outside the Neonatology division.

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