The Johns Hopkins Poggi Pediatric Orthopaedic Research Scholar Award is a year-long fellowship program for extraordinary medical students. Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in cutting-edge clinical research and learn the skills necessary to produce sound, high-quality papers. Poggi fellows are a crucial part of the pediatric orthopaedic surgery team and gain clinical experience both in and out of the operating room. The Poggi Fellow will be involved in a variety of research projects designed to answer questions and solve problems in the areas of pediatric orthopaedic trauma, sports medicine, spine, hip and hand disorders, patient safety and healthcare quality and value, as well as medical economics. Additionally, Poggi Fellows participate actively in the outpatient clinical program, including weekly outpatient clinics.

The recipient of this award will receive a $30,000 stipend to cover living expenses for the year, as well as travel expenses for national presentations.


  • Applicants should be completing theirĀ third year of medical school

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