Johns Hopkins Fellowship Programs

Advanced Training Fellowship Programs (ASTP)

The Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy fellowship is a clinical fellowship focused on learning the practice of proton therapy delivery, and includes many opportunities for educational and research engagement. Fellows participate in seeing consults, simulations and treatment planning for cases in the proton center at Sibley Memorial Hospital in D.C.  Each fellow is encouraged to choose a number of research projects to work on throughout the year with faculty mentors in the department.  Fellows participate in clinical design of proton plans and care of proton patients.  The fellowship program began in 2020, and has successfully graduated fellows into academic positions that include continuing proton therapy research.    Fellows are encouraged to enroll patients in clinical trials, and work with faculty mentors to draft new clinical trials, to write book chapters, produce research work suitable for peer-reviewed publications, to give lectures, teach medical students and residents, and participate in the annual Johns Hopkins proton symposium.

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Nonstandard Training Fellowships Programs (NSTP)

Based on pre-evaluated agreements, advanced NSTP programs are considered for international institutions wishing to support their radiation oncologists in learning/studying a specific topic for a year.  A personalized year will be designed with the radiation oncologist’s goals in mind for returning to their institution with enhanced knowledge. Topics may include working with advanced technologies such as proton therapy, SBRT, SRS, Head and Neck radiotherapy, brachytherapy, or pediatric radiotherapy, among others. Advanced research topics with collaborative opportunities in other Hopkins departments are also available. 

For more information on designing a specialized fellowship, please contact:

Program Director

Dr. Brandi Page

Email: [email protected]

Program Coordinator

Ruth Lewis

Email: [email protected]

Proton Fellowship Alumni

Aditya Halthore, MD

Johns Hopkins University - Sibley Hospital - Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy Center

Emile Gogineni, DO

Ohio State University Proton Center

Sherif G. Shaaban, MBBCh, MSc.

Johns Hopkins University - Sibley Hospital - Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy Center and Johns Hopkins Howard County Hospital