Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship- an SAEM approved research fellowship


Advanced Degree: MSCR or MPH
ACGME Accredited: SAEM Accredited Research Fellowship
Length of Fellowship: 2 years with Masters Curriculum
Start:  July 1
Number of Positions: 1 per year

Description

The Division of Emergency Neurosciences in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Emory University offers a research fellowship for highly qualified emergency physicians interested in the field of neurological emergencies. The curriculum, training and mentorship are tailored to the specific needs and interests of the candidate. The program, led by Dr. David W. Wright, is designed to develop and hone the skills necessary to become an independent clinician researcher and nationally recognized leader in Emergency Medicine research.

The first year of the two-year program concentrates on didactic coursework (e.g MPH or MSCR curriculum) and conducting preliminary work on a research project in an area of programmatic interest. During the second year, fellows finish their Master’s coursework and prepare a grant for submission to a federal agency. Fellows will also have teaching and clinical duties. Clinical research fellows join the Emory Department of Emergency Medicine as faculty members at the clinical instructor level. For candidates who currently hold a Master’s level degree, the fellowship curriculum will be specifically tailored to their needs.

Goals

  • To provide mentored research career development in Emergency Medicine research as evidenced by: publications in peer-reviewed Emergency Medicine and general readership medical journals; local, national, and international recognition as a content expert in an area of focus; and demonstrated skill in grant writing that leads to sustained extramural funding from national funding agencies.
  • To develop into an independently funded Emergency Medicine researcher.
  • To provide opportunities to gain experience as a mentor and educator for Emergency Medicine residents, rotating medical students, and other students.
  • To obtain and sharpen clinical skills necessary to maintain excellence in clinical practice and develop special expertise in a chosen area of research focus

Contact Us

For more information about any of Emory’s Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship, please contact:

Wright

David W. Wright, MD
david.wright@emory.edu

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