Fellowship Information

Procedural Training

Welcome to the Johns Hopkins Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Program. We are a program dedicated to training the next leaders in pulmonary and critical care medicine, and foster a community in which clinical excellence, pursuit of new knowledge and educational advancements are our priority.

Our fellowship program offers a robust training opportunity that serves the community of Baltimore and surrounding areas. Each fellow has the opportunity to train in premier facilities located at the Johns Hopkins Hospital as well as the Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus. We offer diverse clinical training in pulmonary and critical care medicine with vast opportunities for procedural training. Our hands-on clinical training is supplemented by weekly didactics focused on clinical reasoning, high-yield radiology cases, and high-yield pulmonary and critical care topics. Each fellow's clinical training is enhanced by an individualized research training plan where fellows identify a clinical, translational or basic science project to complete. Within our research infrastructure, fellows receive unparalleled mentorship, career development and the necessary skills to become independent clinical and research scholars upon graduation.

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Our division is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive community of faculty and fellows to better serve the patients we care for. We welcome and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, and we provide a thorough and holistic approach to application reviews. All fellows are accepted through the NRMP and applications are accepted through ERAS. We hope you enjoy learning more about our fellowship family and all that Baltimore has to offer.


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Fellowship Program Leadership

  • Souvik Chatterjee, M.D.

    • Director, Intensive Care Unit, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
    • Director, Fellowship Training Program in Pulmonary and Critical Care
    • Co-Director of the Hopkins Bayview MICU
    • Assistant Professor of Medicine
  • Kristina Montemayor, M.D., M.H.S.

    • Associate Fellowship Program Director
    • Assistant Professor of Medicine
  • Karthik S Suresh, M.D.

    • Associate Fellowship Program Director
    • Associate Professor of Medicine
    • Associate Professor of Oncology

Contact Information

Jeannie Amoss, Fellowship Coordinator
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Location: 1830 E. Monument St. 5th floor, Baltimore, Maryland 21205

Phone: (410) 955-3467
Fax: 1830 E. Monument St. 5th floor
Email: [email protected]