A one-year accredited fellowship. Rotations include inpatient consultation, comprehensive outpatient substance use disorder treatment, adolescent and young adult residential treatment, pain medicine, rural/correctional telemedicine, and hospital-based medically supervised withdrawal management.

An active academic program including seminars, journal club, book club and case conferences supplements clinical training. Opportunities are available for medical student and resident teaching and participation in research. Rotation sites include University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), UMMC-Midtown Campus, Mountain Manor Treatment Center, and University of Maryland Rehabilitation and Orthopedic Institute.

Program Director: Aaron D. Greenblatt, MD

For further information on fellowship training, please send your inquiries to training@som.umaryland.edu.

Fellowship Application Process

We are excited you are considering applying for specialty training in Addiction Medicine! Like other ACGME-accredited programs, we use AAMC's Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and NRMP's Medicine and Pediatric Specialties Match.

You can use ERAS to start submitting application materials to our program as early as July, one year preceding the anticipated fellowship start date.

Communication with applicants happens primarily through ERAS—please be sure to check your account for communication from us.

We schedule applicants for virtual interview dates on a rolling basis throughout September and October.

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about Addiction Medicine training at the University of Maryland.