Medical Education Fellowship

About the Program

Our 2-year fellowship supports highly motivated and talented individuals (who have completed residency training) who are passionate about medical education to develop into master teachers and educational scholars. In addition to learning much and acquiring many new skills, you will engage in designing best practices for the ways in which we train the next generation of healthcare professionals.


The Johns Hopkins’ GIM Medical Education Fellowship develops educational scholars and leaders who are highly motivated and uniquely prepared to advance the field. Fellowship graduates are superb teachers who have the skills necessary to develop, implement, and evaluate educational innovations in medicine.

Why our GIM Med Ed fellowship is needed

Medical education must evolve to meet the needs of the changing healthcare system. Graduates of our GIM medical education fellowship are ready and able to lead the transformation.

If you have questions or would like to know more about the fellowship, please reach out to fellowship directors

Dr. Rachel Levine (

Dr. Scott Wright (

Core Values

  • We are learner centered
  • We are committed to the personal and professional growth of our fellows
  • We are dedicated mentors who are open to all forms of success without any preconceived notions of what the future should hold for our fellows
  • We cultivate creative thinking and engaging with big ideas
  • We promote collaborative learning and scholarship by focusing on building and maintaining relationships

Learning Experiences and Instructional Methods

Core curriculum:

  • Intensive training in Teaching Skills Course
  • Intensive training in Curriculum Development Course
  • Clinical teaching in the outpatient and inpatient settings with regular observation of teaching with feedback and coaching from master educators
  • Mentored fellow led scholarly project/s
  • Serving on editorial board for MUST READS

Mentorship and professional development:

  • Regular (at a minimum monthly) mentoring meetings with fellowship program directors
  • Regular meetings with additional research mentors
  • Monthly Academic Conferences for sharing and receiving feedback on research in progress
  • Weekly fellows meeting with GIM Investigator Fellows
  • GIM Fellowship quarterly book club

Additional teaching skills development and opportunities:

  • Teaching skills training at JHU SOM Teaching Camp and Foundations Series
  • Teaching opportunities abound to apply and practice new skills
    • Inpatient and outpatient teaching roles
    • Small and large group teaching with students and residents

Additional resources and opportunities:

  • Access to expertise across Hopkins’ schools (School of Nursing, School of Education, School of Public Health, Carey Business School, and Whiting School of Engineering)
  • Location within a close and collaborative Division that has leadership responsibilities for diverse educational programs beyond the GIM division in UME, GME, CME
  • Creating and editing educational content for
  • Cultivating a brand and niche reputation on social media (particularly Twitter)
  • Networking and presentations at national meetings (SGIM, AAMC, AAIM)


Education is the passport to the future. Tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.

Malcolm X