Salary and Benefits

Salary and Benefits

The TOID Fellowship does not offer salaries, nor do we accept self-sponsored candidates.  Typically, fellows are funded by their workplace, grants, scholarships, or gifts.

Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

For additional information, review the website of the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs Our fellows have many benefits available to them as Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine postdoctoral fellows.


Health Services for Postdoctoral Fellows

At University Health Services (UHS), we are privileged to provide medical, mental health and wellness services to students, residents, fellows, and trainees on the Johns Hopkins East Baltimore campus, including the School of Medicine.  Students, trainees, and their spouses, same-sex domestic partners, and dependent children are eligible for the Student Health Program.

Living in Baltimore

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Contact Us

Robin Avery, MD
Professor of Medicine
Director, Transplant and Oncology Infectious Diseases
Johns Hopkins University
600 N. Wolf Street
Sheikh Zayed Tower Suite 434
Baltimore, MD 21287


Darin Ostrander, PhD
TOID Program Manager, Director of Operations
1830 E. Monument St., Room 459
Baltimore, MD 21287

Phone: 410-614-6702


Charitable Giving

The Pamela Cresson Tucker Fund promotes the scholarship of women students, fellows, residents, and early career faculty engaged in research on the infectious complications of the immunocompromised host, particularly transplant medicine and oncology.

Pamela Cresson Tucker Fund 

Printable Charitable Giving Form