The mission of the CFC is to support the unique needs of clinical fellows by fostering professional growth, clarifying available resources and organizing social events. In the past, we have fallen under the Post-Doctoral Association, but this was confusing due to the differences between clinical (ACGME-associated) fellows and non-clinical (strictly research) fellows. Therefore, the CFC was formed under the office of GME to represent you better.
Maeve Jones-O'Connor is a first-year interventional cardiology fellow. She is originally from Ireland, where she completed medical school at University College Dublin and her medical internship at the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital in Dublin. She then moved to Boston to complete her internal medicine residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, followed by general cardiology fellowship here at Johns Hopkins. She is thrilled to be working with fellows across the hospital to continue to improve the holistic experience for fellows at Johns Hopkins. In her spare time, she loves to be outdoors, hiking, running and cycling as much as she can, and travelling to see friends and family.
Jelani K. Grant
Vice Chair of Finance
Jelani K. Grant is a second-year cardiology fellow. He is originally from Trinidad and Tobago, where he did his medical school training at the University of the West Indies, St. Agustine campus. He then completed his internal medicine and chief residency training at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Outside of work, he is a huge soccer fan and avidly supports Manchester United!
Vice Chair of Research
Dhairya Lakhani is a first-year Neuroradiology fellow and vice chair of research in the CFC. He earned his M.D. from Sumandeep University in India. He completed his internal medicine internship at Vanderbilt University and his diagnostic radiology residency at West Virginia University, where he also served as a chief resident. His research interests lie in understanding disease pathophysiology using advanced MRI techniques. He eagerly anticipates collaborating with peers from diverse subspecialties and organizing workshops that will promote greater research involvement.
Vice Chair of Wellness
Karen Dionesotes is a first-year geriatric psychiatry fellow. She is originally from the Northwest suburbs of Chicago, IL and attended Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, NE for medical school. During medical school, she took a leave of absence and moved to Baltimore to attend Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she received an MPH in health systems & policy. She then stayed to work for Maryland Medicaid for a year as a health policy analyst prior to completing her fourth year of medical school. She completed residency at Johns Hopkins in the Phipps Psychiatry Program and has stayed here to complete a one-year geriatric psychiatry fellowship. In her free time, Karen enjoys organized medicine, advocacy and policy, and spending time with her dog, Max.
Vice Chair of Diversity
Anita Madison is a 2nd year REI/Genetics Fellow. Her hometown is New Orleans, LA where she completed her MD/MPH at Tulane University School of Medicine. She then proceeded to do her OBGYN residency at the University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley. Her career interests includes infertility, PCOS, third party reproduction and genetics. In her free time, she enjoys a wide spectrum of activities from being outdoors and near the water to binging TV and movies.