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Adolescent Medicine

Johns Hopkins University

Maria Trent, MD, MPH

Lisa Tabacco, MPH

200 N. Wolfe St, Room 2061

Baltimore

MD

21287

410-955-2910

410-502-5440

ltabacc1@jhmi.edu

Career Focus:

Clinician-Investigators

Clinician-Educators

Principal Focus:

Clinician-Investigators

 

Yes : 1/2/2018

07/02/2018

29

26

19

Clinician investigation  70.00%

Clinician education  10.00%

Government  5.00%

Public Health  10.00%

Health Policy  5.00%

Other  %

9

9

Yes

Other NIH T32

  Number of Total Positions Annual Salary (excluding benefits) Weeks Paid Vacation
2 open positions, Stipend based on NIH Postdoctoral Fellows Stipend Levels, 4 weeks paid vacation

Yes

    # of First Year Positions Approximate?
Current Year 2017 1 No
Next Year 2018 2 No

Liability (Malpractice) Insurance

Health Insurance

Dental Insurance

Disability Insurance

Life Insurance

Retirement Plan

Maternity/Paternity Leave

Time off for conferences/educational leave

Personal work space

Funds for Conference Registration

Funds for Conference Travel

Funds for books, journals, etc

Access to computer for research

Access to statistician/computer programmer

Access to statistical software

Funds for research expenses

Graduate school tuition

Special programs, including visiting professors

Yes

0

 on call nights/month
 

7

 on call nights/month
 

Yes

Yes

Yes

Semi-annually

Yes

  GIM Faculty Affiliated Program Faculty
Epidemiology/Clinical Epidemiology TrueTrue
Behavioral or Social MedicineTrueTrue
Public HealthTrueTrue
Observational Studies (cohort studies)TrueTrue
Intervention Studies (including clinical trials)TrueTrue
Comparative effectiveness researchTrueTrue
Health Policy  True
 

Number of Conferences/over

Fellows Attend what period of time

Journal club

Research conferences

Teaching methods conferences

Clinical conferences

Work in Progress Seminars

Yes   1

Yes   4

Yes   2

Yes   1

Yes   1

 
5.00%
 
5.00%
 
10.00%
 
20.00%
 
10.00%
 
40.00%
 
10.00%
 
 %
 

No

Yes

1

Yes

 

 

MHS

No

$/year

The Adolescent/Young Adult Health program at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is recruiting two postdoctoral fellows for the 2018-2019 year. The program hosts an interdisciplinary training experience focused on clinical care, teaching, research, and advocacy related to reducing health disparities in adolescent and young adult health. Fellows have the opportunity to train in our Adolescent Health T32 Research Training program sponsored by the National Institute on Child Health and Human Development. Fellows in this 2-3 year program participate in activities designed to gain expertise in Adolescent Health for diverse career options. Fellows train with other health professionals across disciplines and have the opportunity to teach and supervise graduate medical trainees. Fellows maintain a clinical panel of adolescents and young adults in the Center for Adolescent and Young Adult Health at Harriet Lane. T32 faculty members have appointments across university programs and expertise and research interest in general adolescent medicine, addiction medicine, adolescent sexual and reproductive health, STI/HIV prevention and intervention, teen dating violence, transgender care, advocacy, public health practice, nursing, psychology, nutrition, and social work. Fellows complete research projects under the guidance/mentorship of T32 faculty who are widely published in their fields and participate in a research training curriculum including coursework at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

 

 

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