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Emergency Medicine Fellowship for Students Underrepresented in Medicine

The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine at NYU Langone and NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue is pleased to offer the fifth annual Emergency Medicine Fellowship for Students Underrepresented in Medicine. We are committed to increasing diversity within the field of emergency medicine and our goal is to provide motivated and interested preclinical medical students, or rising MS2s, with in-depth exposure to emergency medicine early on in their medical school education.

We encourage students who are currently in their first year of medical school who are interested in emergency medicine to apply to our four-week summer fellowship. We are offering five funded positions, which include NYU housing and travel to New York City. If COVID-19 prohibits us from allowing an in-person fellowship, we will host a virtual fellowship for 10 students.

The Association of American Medical Colleges defines underrepresented in medicine as “those racial and ethnic populations that are underrepresented in the medical profession relative to their numbers in the general population.”

Fellowship Opportunities

Our fellowship curriculum includes didactic and clinical training designed to provide fellows with hands-on experience in many aspects of emergency medicine.

Didactic Training

Fellows participate in procedure workshops, simulation sessions, social medicine initiatives, ultrasound workshops, resident conference, journal club, lectures given by our faculty and residents, toxicology rounds, quality and safety conference, pediatric emergency medicine rounds, teaching sessions with high school students, and a wilderness medicine outing.

Clinical Training

Each student is paired with an emergency medicine faculty preceptor and resident whom the student will shadow on shifts. Students are exposed to tremendous diversity in clinical pathology and patient populations by rotating through the different hospitals within our academic center, including our tertiary care center at NYU Langone; the country’s first public hospital at NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue (a Level 1 Trauma Center); and NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn (a Level 1 Trauma Center).

Important Fellowship Dates

Summer fellowship dates: July 5 to July 29, 2022
Completed application deadline: January 31, 2022 (rolling)
Notification of decision to student: February 15, 2022
Student confirmation of acceptance: February 22, 2022

How to Apply

Please submit the following documents to emstudents@nyulangone.org by January 31, 2022:

  • a current CV
  • a one-page essay describing your interest in the fellowship and confirming how you identify as underrepresented in medicine
  • a letter of recommendation from a faculty member at your medical school
  • a current photo of yourself

Contact Us

Please contact us with any questions about our program and how to apply by emailing us at emstudents@nyulangone.org.