Kristin A. Carmody, MD, MHPE
Vice Chair, Academic Affairs and Education Innovation


As one would expect from a nationally renowned academic institution, here at NYU our educational programs stretch broadly to engage students at every stage of training. This begins with community outreach programs, transitions through undergraduate medical education and highly competitive residency training, and culminates with several highly respected fellowship programs. Our mission is to provide a world-class educational experience at each stage of training.

As you will learn through the links on this page, the Ronald O. Perelman Department of Emergency Medicine offers a multitude of opportunities to train highly skilled and knowledgeable healthcare providers. Each of our educational programs is structured to optimize learning, and they often collaborate to provide truly unique and rich teaching opportunities. Our acclaimed faculty members include national leaders in emergency medicine and its subspecialties, seasoned researchers and scholars, and excellent clinicians and educators.

Depending on the program that interests you, the combination of NYU Medical Center, Bellevue Hospital, the VA Hospital, the Hospital for Joint Diseases and the New York City Poison Control Center will be provide an environment for development and learning that is second to none. Our faculty, trainees, and staff members are committed to providing superlative educational programs while continuing to provide the highest standard of medical care to our patients and their families.