Salary & Benefits


-PGY-1 total salary: $64,640.00
-PGY-2 total salary: $65,286.00
-PGY-3 total salary: $65,939.00
-PGY-4 total salary: $66,599.00
-PGY-5 total salary: $67,265.00
-PGY-6 total salary: $67,937.00

Infectious Disease Fellowship Benefits Include:

Three years of funding:  A unique feature of our training program is that fellows pursuing research-based careers are funded for a full three years of fellowship. This allows for 2 years fully devoted to research, which we believe is one of many reasons our program has an exceptional K award success rate.

Financial support for fellowship-related expenses:  All first-year fellows receive $1,000, which can be used for any fellowship-related expenses, including cell phone bills, research supplies, conference attendance, educational materials, etc. Second and third year fellows also receive several thousand dollars in support; the annual amount varies based on the number of senior fellows in the program.

The Lois E. Groth Loan Repayment Program for Post-Doctoral Infectious Disease Fellows:  Through a generous gift from the estate of Lois E. Groth, the Division is able to offer $10,000-$15,000 worth of loan repayment over a maximum of three years of training to our fellows with educational debt.

Fellows may apply for this funding in addition to the NIH loan repayment program (with which our fellows have had significant success).

Boards Review Course Support:  The Division provides full support for third-year fellows to attend George Washington Infectious Disease Boards Review Course

Office of Graduate Medical Education

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


Health & Wellness Services for Postdoctoral Fellows

Postdoc fellows have full access to University Health Services  and their entire suite of benefits.  This includes medical, mental health, and wellness services. Spouses/domestic partners and dependent children are also eligible for the Student Health Program.