Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship
The Northwestern University Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship, certified by the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, is designed to develop and train fellows to become independent investigators and academic leaders with expertise in health services research.
Each trainee will have an individualized career development plan for the two years of fellowship and beyond. The training tasks of the program are built upon two pillars: 1) Research training leading to a Masters of Science in Health Services Research or equivalent and 2) Mentored research projects, guided by methods and content mentors. At the end of the 2-year training program, candidates will be well prepared to obtain a federal career development award. Please use the links below to explore our fellowship program.
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