Summer 2020 Fellows Program


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The Johns Hopkins Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Summer Fellows Program occurs in the Summer.  This program is designed for clinicians and researchers  who are pursuing public health research and projects focused on addressing hearing loss in older adults. 

Application Procedures:

An online application form will be made available to interested applicants. In addition to completing the application form, you will also be asked to provide the following documents in MS Word or pdf format. All materials must be submitted in English.:


(1) Curriculum Vitae


(2) Cover Letter (2 pages or less)

Please explain your background and interest in the Latin American Fellows Program.  If you would like to be considered for potential travel funding, please indicate this in your cover letter.  Please note that The Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health will provide complimentary accommodations for participants in a Johns Hopkins University dormitory, and the cost for meals and social events will be covered.  


(3) Project Description (2 pages or less)

Please describe your ongoing or planned project focusing on aging, hearing, and public health that would be positively impacted by participating in this program.


If you have questions regarding our Fellows Program, please contact Shannon Smitherman, Sr. Academic Program Coordinator, at  or at +1 (443) 287-7779

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How to Apply

Please submit the following in English:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Cover Letter
  • Project Description


Important Dates

Application deadline:               


Participant acceptance notification:  TBA

Program start:                 


Program end:                 




Contact Shannon Smitherman with questions about submission procedures at 443-287-7779 or


Previous Years

2019: East Asian Fellows ProgramEAFP 2019 SYLLABUS