EMF/SAEMF Medical Student Research Grantees

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The Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) and Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Foundation (SAEMF) jointly award stipends to encourage medical students (our future emergency medicine researchers and educators) to engage in and to be exposed to emergency medicine research. We applaud this year’s cohort of grantees and wish them all the best as they move forward with their research training.

Grace Amadio, Thomas Jefferson University
Exploration of U-Scale Use in Patients with Potential Acute Coronary Syndrome

Kavya Davuluri, University of Michigan Medical School
Optimizing the UME to GME Liminal Space: Identification of the Need for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Competencies as Core Entrustable Professional Activities

Andrew Monick, Thomas Jefferson University
Framing and Constrained Time - Considering Heuristics in Emergency Clinical Knowledge (FACT-CHECK)

Priya Patel, University of Maryland School of Medicine
The Ideal Transcutaneous Cardiac Pacer Pad Study

For more information about this Grant, see our What We Fund Pages.


 

Recipient

  • Amadio_Grace 2021 SAEMF EMF Grantee

    Grace Amadio

    Thomas Jefferson University

  • Davulari Kavya 2021 SAEMF EMF Grantee

    Kavya Davuluri

    University of Michigan Medical School

  • Monick Andrew 2021 SAEMF EMF Grantee

    Andrew Monick

    Thomas Jefferson University

  • Patel Priya 2021 SAEMF EMF Grantee

    Priya Patel

    University of Maryland School of Medicine