To keep our Fellows informed of latest topics and research, we offer the opportunity to attend a wide variety of local and national meetings, conferences, and training programs.
Below are some of the didactics our fellows attend. Additional conferences focused on specific ID topics also exist. Core conferences are listed in bold.
|Monday||12:00-1:00p||Fellowship Core Curriculum|
|Monday||3:00-4:00p||Microbiome Research Forum|
|Tuesday||8:30-9:30a||Covid-19 Grand Rounds|
|Tuesday||8:30-9:30a||ID Grand Rounds Case Presentations|
|Wednesday (3rd)||8:00-9:00a||India HIV Case Discussion|
|Thursday||8:30-9:30a||Microbiology Didactic Conference|
|Thursday||12:00-1:00p||ID Management Conference|
|Thursday (1st)||12:00-1:00p||Bayview ID Journal Club|
|Thursday (2nd & 4th)||12:00-1:00p||Bayview ID Case Conference|
|Thursday (1st)||12:00-1:30p||HEIC Conference|
|Thursday||12:15-1:15p||TB Center Clinical & Epidemiology Lunch Meeting|
|Friday (Summer Only)||8:00-9:00a||Fellowship Core Curriculum (summer only)|
|Friday||8:00-9:00a||Department of Medicine, Medical Grand Rounds|
|Friday||12:00-1:00p||HIV Provider Meeting|
|Friday (4th)||12:00-1:00p||Fellows & Directors Breakfast Meeting|
Other Fellowships and Training Programs
The ID Fellowship may be combined with other Johns Hopkins programs to build upon individual interests and career goals.
The fellowship training program in Clinical Pharmacology is designed primarily to address the widely recognized shortage of well-trained physician scientists who conduct hands-on studies in humans. Creative and highly motivated physicians with a central interest in the interactions between drugs and humans are selected.
A one- to two-year program in which the microbiology fellow participates in extended rotations through each area of the laboratory, including Bacteriology, Mycology, Mycobacteriology, Virology, Parasitology, and Molecular Diagnostics. Fellows regularly consult in matters related to patient care. Fellows are encouraged to pursue individual research projects in conjunction with faculty members.
Participants gain the skills necessary to design and conduct clinical investigations of emerging medical treatments and technologies, and to apply new diagnostic techniques and approaches to the study of human pathophysiology.
Individualized Course Work
With some limitations, postdoctoral fellows may register for courses without being subject to tuition charges in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health (16-credit limit). Please review Postdoctoral Fellow Course Registration Procedures.