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Johns Hopkins University Program

Address
Pediatric Track:
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
CMSC 1102
600 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21287
Phone: (410) 955-5883 (option: 4)
Website: http://jhuasthmaallergy.jhmi.edu/clinical-and-research-train/clinical-training-program.html

Medicine Track:
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Training Program Director
The Johns Hopkins Asthma & Allergy Center
Division of Allergy & Clinical Immunology
5501 Hopkins Bayview Circle
Baltimore, MD 21224-6801
Phone: (410) 550-2191
Fax: (410) 550-2524

Program Director (Medicine Track)
Sarbjit S. Saini, MD
Email: ssaini@jhmi.edu

Co-Director (Pediatric Track)
Robert A. Wood, MD
Email: rwood@jhmi.edu

Contact-Pediatrics
Donna Dieterich
Email: ddieter1@jhmi.edu

Medical Training Program Administrator
Chenelle Johnson
Phone: (410) 550-2191

Major Goals of Training Program
The principal objective of the Allergy and Immunology Training Program is to provide appropriate clinical and research training for physicians who are considering academic careers within the specialty of allergy and immunology. The program is designed to provide rigorous clinical training which seeks to develop competence in the care of children and adults with allergic and immunologic diseases. To this is coupled an intensive research experience supervised by a preceptor. Immersion in the process of the evolution of new knowledge in the discipline consumes a majority of trainees' time over a three-year fellowship, and provides the basis for career selection and advancement.

Trainees Accepted Each Year
1 Medicine; 1 Pediatric

Duration of Fellowship
2 Yrs. Optional 3rd Yr. (Medicine), 3 Yrs. (Pediatric)

Number of Graduates Last 5 Years and Subsequent Career Choice
Med: 16 (13 academic, 3 practice) Ped: 5 (5 academic)

Electives for Residents and Students
Yes

Application Deadline
Please refer to the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) website for fellowship match information in regards to the fellowship timeline, application deadlines and additional important dates.

Joint Residency (Fellowship) Availability
None

Special Requirements
Eligibility for ABIM or ABP

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National Capital Consortium Program

Address
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Attn: LTC Maureen Petersen
8901 Wisconsin Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20889
Phone: (301) 319-2937
Fax: (301) 319-8299

Program Director
Maureen M. Petersen, MD
Phone: (301) 295-4511
Email: maureen.m.petersen.mil@mail.mil 

Associate Program Director
Taylor A. Banks, MD
Phone: (301) 295-4511
Email: tab.banks@gmail.com

Program Coordinator
Rachel Martin
Phone: (301) 295-4511
Email: Rachel.a.martin.civ@mail.mil

Major Goals of Training Program
The NCC Allergy-Immunology Fellowship Program will provide state-of-the-art clinical training in allergy and immunology with emphasis placed on the atopic disorders, such as asthma, rhinitis, sinusitis, drug allergy, urticaria and dermatitis, as well as immunodeficiency diseases, especially primary immunodeficiencies.  Experience will also be provided in autoimmune disorders.  The fellowship program will develop active duty military physicians who have a solid foundation in the principles of basic immunology fundamental and are able to understand and manage clinical disorders.  This is intended to provide the base for career development in academic medicine and clinical practice.  The NCC A/I Fellowship will provide an introduction to medical research as a foundation to aid in understanding of medical research and the medical literature throughout a medical professional career.  The program prepares a fellow to become a competent, certifiable practitioner in the specialty of military allergy-immunology.  

Trainees Accepted Each Year
4

Duration of Fellowship
2 years

Number of Graduates Last 5 Years and Subsequent Career Choice
15

Application Deadline
All applicants are active duty physicians in the Army and Navy.  Application deadline is August 31, 2016.  

Joint Residency (Fellowship) Availability
N/A

Electives for Residents and Students
N/A

Special Requirements
Eligibility for ABP or ABIM; US Citizen; Member of US Army, Navy or Air Force Medical Corps

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National Institutes of Health Clinical Center Program

Address
NIH, NIAID
10 Center Drive
Building 10, Room 12C103, MSC 1899
Bethesda, MD 20892-1899
Phone: (301) 435-0993
Fax: (301) 480-5757

Program Director
Kelly D. Stone, MD, PhD
Phone: (301) 435-0993
Email: stonek@niaid.nih.gov

Associate Director
Dean D. Metcalfe, MD
Phone: (301) 496-2165
Email: dmetcalfe@niaid.nih.gov

Program Coordinator
Jacqueline Webber
Phone: (301) 496-3951
Email: jwebber@niaid.nih.gov

Program Administrator
Tanya McCoy
Phone: (301) 496-4329
Email: Tanya.mccoy2@nih.gov

Major Goals of Training Program
The NIH Allergy and Immunology Clinical Fellowship Program is based in the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The major goal of the program is to prepare physicians (pediatricians and internists) for productive and independent academic careers in allergy, immunology, and asthma. The training program provides extensive clinical training, covering the broad spectrum of allergic and immunologic diseases in children and adults, as well as extensive research training under the mentorship of NIH investigators. Clinical training consists of 1 full year of extensive clinical training in outpatient and inpatient allergy and immunology, with rotations at the NIH Clinical Center, the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the Children’s National Medical Center, the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Allergy Clinic, and a local private practice. Clinical training extends into the second year of training in the setting of continuity clinics and service on the allergy and immunology consultation service at the NIH. The second and third years of training are devoted primarily to the development of research skills based on coursework and original research in clinical, translational, or basic aspects of allergic and immunologic diseases, performed under the mentorship of a senior NIH investigator. Didactic conferences include a curriculum in basic and clinical immunology, case conferences, journal clubs, and Grand Rounds. Fellows completing the program have the appropriate background to conduct successful and rewarding careers in patient care and research focused on allergy, asthma, and immunologic diseases, including in academic centers, regulatory agencies, the pharmaceutical industry, or in private practice.

Application must contain:
1. My ERAS application
2. Three letters of recommendation
3. Personal statement
4. Medical school transcript
5. Medical student performance evaluation/Dean’s letter
6. USMLE or COMPLEX transcript
7. ECFMG status report (for international medical graduates only)

Program Website: http://www.cc.nih.gov/training/gme/programs/allergy_immunology.html

Trainees Accepted Each Year
3-4 (Medicine or Pediatrics)

Duration of Fellowship
3 years, with the possibility of additional research training for exceptional candidates

Number of Graduates Last 5 Years and Subsequent Career Choice
16 (10 academics; 2 federal regulatory agency; 4 private practice)

Application Deadline
Military uses Joint Service Graduate Medical Education Board

Joint Residency (Fellowship) Availability
No

Electives for Residents and Students
An elective in Clinical Immunology and Allergy is available for internal medicine and pediatric residents (information at: http://www.cc.nih.gov/training/physicians/allergy_immunology.html)

Special Requirements
Eligibility for ABIM or ABP; must have a valid unrestricted state license to practice medicine.

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