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Fellowship Programs

UCI School of Medicine's Department of Emergency Medicine offers state-of-the-art fellowship training to well qualified residency graduates in the subspecialties of Disaster Medical Sciences, Education & Faculty Development, Multimedia Design & Instructional Technology, Simulation and Ultrasound.

These programs exemplify the latest training methodology following and the medical school's mission: Discover. Teach. Heal.

To apply to any of the fellowships, please submit the following electronically:

  • A letter of intent
  • Curriculum vitae (CV)
  • Three letters of recommendation

Clinical Informatics Fellowship

The School of Medicine offers a two-year ACGME fellowship program open to all specialties, hosted by the Department of Emergency Medicine, which prepares the applicant for certification in the subspecialty of Clinical Informatics. Learn more ›

Disaster Medicine Fellowship

The School of Medicine fellowship in disaster medical sciences consists of a one-year or two-year, post-graduate program designed to provide education and experience in disaster medicine, international emergency medicine and the management of public health emergencies. During training, the disaster medical sciences fellow will have duties and responsibilities not only with the emergency department, but also with the community. Learn more ›

Multimedia Design Education Technology (MDEdTech) Fellowship

The Multimedia Design Education Technology (MDEdTech) Fellowship is a novel one-year fellowship for graduates with an interest in emerging technologies, education, multimedia design, and social media. The goal is to create clinical educators who are nimble and engaged digital physicians, able to utilize novel technologies to better engage and educate learners in diverse learning environments. Learn more ›

Research Fellowship in Population Health

The Department of Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship in Population Health is designed to train junior faculty investigators in the field of emergency medicine research and population health. The goal of the fellowship is to assist academic-minded emergency physicians in becoming funded clinical research scientists. The two-year fellowship focuses on advanced clinical research skills. The fellow has protected time and educational funding to formally pursue a MPH or MS degree focusing on research methodology. In addition, the fellow gains valuable administrative experience in learning how to function as a research director. Learn more ›

Simulation Fellowship

The Emergency Medicine Simulation Fellowship is a one-year mentored fellowship that offers advanced training in simulation teaching, curriculum design, educational program implementation, study design, and research for a graduate of an accredited Emergency Medicine residency program. A two-year track is available for those applicants in pursuit of an advanced degree. Learn more ›

Ultrasound Fellowship

Since its inception in 2001, The Division of Point-of-Care Ultrasound is run by Dr. J. Christian Fox, an ultrasound fellowship-trained emergency physician. There are ten ultrasound machines that generate 15,000 ultrasounds a year. All attending physicians are credentialed by the hospital to perform and interpret ultrasound. All studies are archived and point-of-care reports become part of the medical record. Learn more ›

Wilderness Medicine Fellowship

The goal of the fellowship is to train physicians to prepare for medical emergencies in austere environments, manage the potential medical needs of a population entering into an austere environment, and both respond and manage a broad array of emergencies that may occur in that environment. This preparation will result from the provision of a strong background in wilderness medicine skills, theory and competencies. Our focus is broad and includes applications and training in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and prehospital care, island medicine, dive medicine, disaster medicine, international projects, and medical-environmental policy. Learn more ›