About the Program
This fellowship is a one or two-year program intended to prepare emergency medicine residency graduates for academic careers as leaders and scholars in medical education. The fellowship provides training in educational methods and scholarship. Content areas include curriculum design, instruction/assessment/teaching/learning, scholarship, leadership and career development. Fellows will engage in experiential learning through selected activities and may opt to pursue specific niche interests in graduate medical education, undergraduate medical education or simulation.
Fellows will attend the ACEP Teaching Fellowship. Fellows opting for a two-year training program additionally will complete a master’s degree. Fellows will benefit from access to The Ohio State University’s state-of-the-art simulation Clinical Skills Center, a dedicated education researcher in the department who will assist with scholarship and outstanding education faculty recognized nationally for their leadership and scholarship.
Curriculum Instructional Design
Instruction and Assessment/Teaching and Learning
- A current CV with reference list
- A statement describing your reason for pursuing administrative fellowship training (personal statement)
- USMLE or COMLEX scores (official report)
- Three letters of recommendation preferably from emergency medicine faculty, with one letter of recommendation from your current program director
To apply, submit all required materials to Jeanine Hatfield at Jeanine.Hatfield@osumc.edu.
Daniel Martin, MD, MBA
Vice Chair for Education
Medical Education Fellowship Director
EM/IM Residency Program Director
David Bahner, MD, RDMS
Medical Education Core Faculty
Geremiha Emerson, MD
EM Assistant Residency Director
Diane Gorgas, MD
Director, Global Health Fellowship
Sorabh Khandelwal, MD
EM Residency Director
Nicholas Kman, MD
Medial Education Core Faculty