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Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine offers a 12-month Sleep Medicine clinical fellowship program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. The current program has evolved from clinical and research training programs in sleep medicine that have trained numerous post-doctoral fellows in the past 30 years. The fellowship offers a wide-ranging curriculum that prepares trainees to become outstanding board-certified specialists in academic sleep medicine and clinical practice. The program interweaves a series of longitudinal outpatient clinics in settings including the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center with sleep specialty clinics that provide a diverse and rewarding clinical training experience. Distinct areas of training include outpatient and inpatient adult and pediatric sleep medicine rotations with our multidisciplinary faculty, including continuity practice experiences; review of polysomnography, home sleep testing and other sleep-related diagnostic studies; participation at conferences including core curricular lectures, weekly case conference, journal club and research conference; and elective time allowing for a concentrated experience in adult or pediatric sleep disorders.

The Johns Hopkins program also offers an array of opportunities to train physicians interested in obtaining additional clinical or basic science research training to become independent investigators.

The Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program provides a broad range of clinical and research training experiences in sleep medicine and fosters the development of an academic career. In each area, fellows are encouraged to play an active role in evaluating and managing cases with faculty, staff and other fellows. Our fellows have achieved a 100% board pass rate, and have gone on to successful careers as leaders in academic medicine and clinical practice across the US.

Fellowship Eligibility

Eligible fellowship candidates will have completed a residency program in internal medicine, neurology, pediatrics, family medicine, psychiatry, otolaryngology or anesthesia, or subspecialty training such as a fellowship in adult or pediatric pulmonary medicine.

For more information on how to apply, visit

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