Johns Hopkins All Children’s has been an educational affiliate of the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine
for more than 40 years, training pediatric residents, offering medical student clerkships and electives, and providing pediatric experience for residents and fellows in adult surgical specialties. This collaboration also extends to USF clinical programs in allergy/immunology
at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. The Children’s Research Institute adjoins the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital campus and is home to USF researchers who focus on molecular genetics and immunology. This location facilitates sharing of research infrastructure, including high throughput sequencing. The Rothman Center for Neuropsychiatry
, a USF program located near the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital campus, has clinical and research programs focused on pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder, Tourette syndrome and tic disorders. Rothman Center staff work collaboratively with the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Autism Program
, pediatric psychiatry program, and specialists in speech, language and communication disorders.