The Advanced Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship at the University of Maryland is a one year Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Accreditation Council (EUFAC) approved fellowship with 1-2 positions per year. Our fellowship was originally established in 2005 and provides opportunities to learn advanced applications of Point-Of-Care-Ultrasound (POCUS) and to become skillful educators as well as leaders in the world of POCUS.
Fellowship Director Dr. Alexis Salerno, working clinically
The University of Maryland Fellowship in Health Policy and Leadership is a two year fellowship designed to give early career emergency physicians a unique, tailored experience in health care policy, to be ready to effectively lead policy development, implementation and advocacy at the local, state or national level. Through formal didactic training, at least 2 full-time policy experiences, leadership development, as well as enormous opportunities to apply policy and advocacy skills both domestically and internationally, the fellowship will provide a springboard for a successful career as a physician leader.
Fellowship Director Dr. Kyle Fischer on Capitol Hill
During this one year fellowship you will build your academic niche, develop medical education skills, and learn to be successful in an academic career. Work directly with fellowship director Dr. Amal Mattu. This fellowship can be customized based on professional interest, and includes ACEP/CORD Teaching Fellowship sessions.
Fellowship Director Dr. Amal Mattu
This is a two year research fellowship with training available in Clinical and Translational Research. The fellowship combines part-time clinical practice in a University-affiliated hospital in the Baltimore area, mentoring from the University of Maryland faculty, and formal research education in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health (DEPH). A Masters degree in Clinical Research is available.