- Process for Appointing Postdoctoral Fellows
- Johns Hopkins Postdoctoral Association Webpage
- Johns Hopkins Postdoctoral Association Facebook page
- Johns Hopkins Postdoctoral Association LinkedIn page
- Johns Hopkins University Postdoctoral Fellows Policy
- Commitments of Faculty Mentors and Postdoctoral Fellows
The Bloomberg School provides opportunities for non-degree postdoctoral training in all departments. The School has over 150 Postdoctoral Fellows from over 20 countries around the globe that are involved in a wide range of research areas. Postdoctoral training is increasingly recognized as an essential part of research, and the Bloomberg School is committed to providing a supportive, challenging and world-class research environment for all Fellows.
For detailed information on postdoctoral life at JHSPH including benefits, services and policies, visit the Guidebook for Postdoctoral Fellows.
The Bloomberg School and Johns Hopkins University support the postdoctoral community by encouraging Fellows to participate in a range of associations and groups. The primary association and resource for Fellows is the Johns Hopkins Postdoctoral Association. Postdoctoral Fellows are also encouraged to join the School of Public Health Postdoctoral Association Facebook page and LinkedIn groups.
If you are interested in becoming a postdoctoral fellow, you should first contact a faculty member who works in your area of interest.
Keep in mind that all postdoctoral fellows carry out their programs in cooperation with a member of the faculty and all postdoctoral appointments happen through individual departments.