About the Program
The Ohio State University Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship is designed to prepare emergency physicians for a clinician-investigator career in emergency care. The two-year fellowship includes mentored research, completion of a Master of Public Health in clinical translational science, biostatistics or epidemiology, and clinical duties. The fellow will identify an area of focus and will complete several research projects, manuscripts and at least one grant application during the fellowship. OSU has a strong contingent of clinician-researchers, with specialization in geriatrics, infectious diseases, neurologic emergencies, resuscitation and EMS. In addition, there is a basic science option in resuscitation research for interested applicants. The goal is for the fellow to submit an NIH level grant (K or R) by the end of the fellowship. Fellows will work approximately two clinical shifts per week. The fellowship is certified by the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine.
The fellowship is for physicians who have completed emergency medicine residency training and are able to practice Emergency Medicine in the United States. An Ohio medical license will be required before starting the fellowship.
To apply, submit the following items to Henry E. Wang, MD, MS, Professor and Vice Chair for Research, Henry.Wang@osumc.edu:
- A cover letter describing your reason for pursuing research fellowship training
- A current CV
- List of references
- Copies of published research or abstracts
How to Apply
To apply, submit all required materials to Jeanine Hatfield at Jeanine.Hatfield@osumc.edu.
Michael Lyons, MD, MPH
Program Director, Research Fellowship
Director, Population Health & Health Services
Program Director, Population Health/Health Services Fellowship
Henry Wang, MD, MS
Vice Chair of Research