Fellowship Tracks

Johns Hopkins University has an international reputation for excellence in patient care, research, and teaching.  We produce master clinicians, physician-scientists, and clinician educators. The fellowship program offers 4 training tracks, and these tracks can be modified depending on your career goals. 

  • Clinical/Epidemiological Investigation  
  • Clinician Educator  
  • Basic Science
  • Clinical Practice

Additional Tracks

Training opportunities exist in the following areas for highly qualified applicants:

Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design
With the launch of KidneyX, there is rapidly building interest to support innovation in Nephrology.  With support from an NIH training grant, a qualified fellow can spend the 2nd and 3rd year of fellowship pursuing a mentored program in bioengineering innovation and design.

Clinical Pharmacology
In collaboration with the Division of Clinical Pharmacology, fellows interested in clinical trials, drug development, treatment optimization, rational therapeutics, or pharmaco-epidemiology can pursue a Masters in Health Science or PhD at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Critical Care
In collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), fellows interested in a combined academic Critical Care – Nephrology career can apply for Nephrology fellowship at Johns Hopkins during their 1st year of critical care training at the NIH.

Global Health
Through support from the Fogarty Global Health Fellowship, fellows can apply for funding to support an international year during the 3rd year of fellowship to pursue global health training. In addition, fellows who are non-US residents and from focus countries may be eligible for support.