Johns Hopkins University Department of Neurology, Division of Neuroimmunology and Neurological Infections

Institution/Department Address (with email/phone/fax): Department of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University, 600 N. Wolfe Street, Pathology 509, Baltimore, MD 21287; phone: 410-614-1522, fax: 443-287-4062, email:

Primary contact for training information (name, address, fax (if different than above) and email): Peter Calabresi, MD, same as above

Brief information on program: The major goals of our programs are to develop exceptional independent investigators equipped with the knowledge and motivation necessary to address critical questions relating to the epidemiology, natural history, pathogenesis, and therapy of neuroimmunology and neurological infectious disease.

Types of training programs: Fellowship

How many fellows/residents per year: 2-3

Area/s of Training: Multiple Sclerosis, Neuroimmunology, Neurology, Other

What aspects: Demyelinating diseases (MS, NMO, Etc.); Neuro-rheumatology; Paraneoplastic; Encephalitis; Peripheral Neuroimmunology; Vasculitis; Autoimmune Epilepsy; Other

Fellowship program structure: Clinical; Research-based

Percentages of clinical and research-based components: 20% Clinical and 80% Research-based

Is On-call duty and/or general clinic participation required?: Yes

Visa sponsorship? J1

Approved by Institution’s ACGME office?: No

Is independent funding required for Fellows?:  No

Additional information: Accepted fellows will be encouraged to apply for funding through the National MS Society Clinical Fellowship program.