Global EM Fellowships: What You Need To Know
This webinar is for residents and other trainees who may be interested in doing a global emergency medicine fellowship. The session will be hosted by current fellows and fellowship program directors and will discuss the following: Why consider a global emergency medicine fellowship? What types of fellowships are available? How should I prepare to apply for a fellowship? A second webinar later in the year will cover application process details for those who plan to apply for a fellowship in the next 1-2 application cycles.
Megan Rybarczyk, MD, MPH, FACEP
University of PennsylvaniaMegan Rybarczyk, MD, MPH, FACEP is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine and is the Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship Director. Her experiences in the field of Global Health have involved clinical work, research, and/or education all over the world in countries such as Bangladesh, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominica, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras, India, Pakistan, South Africa, and Uganda. Her research and academic interests are currently focused on EM education and training and emergency care systems development, particularly in low resource settings.
Naz Karim, MD, MHA, MPH
Brown UniversityNaz Karim is the Director of the Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship at Brown University. Her work primarily focuses on Hospital Emergency Care, Curriculum Development, and Residency Training in Rwanda.
Michelle Feltes, MD
Stanford University HospitalMichelle Feltes is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University Hospital and is a Co-Director for the Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship. While in her fellowship with Stanford Emergency Medicine International, she focused on the design and implementation of an emergency medicine diploma course for physicians in Myanmar. During her fellowship, she also pursued a Master of Academic Medicine degree from the University of Southern California.
Jon Roper, MD
Loma Linda UniversityJon Roper is the current Fellowship Director of the Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship at Loma Linda University. He completed his Global Emergency Medicine residency at Loma Linda University.
Kristen Dettorre, MD, DTMH
Vanderbilt University School of MedicineKristen Dettorre is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and serves as the Global EM Fellowship director. She spends the majority of her global time teaching/training resident physicians at the public hospital in Georgetown, Guyana.
Sean Kivlehan, MD, MPH
Brigham and Women’s HospitalSean Kivlehan, MD, MPH is the Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship Director at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the current president of the SAEM Global Emergency Medicine Academy. He is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School and of Global Health and Population at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health. He is also the director of the Lavine Family Humanitarian Studies Initiative at Harvard at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. He completed the International Emergency Medicine Fellowship at the Brigham. He has served as a consultant to the World Health Organization, was a New York City paramedic for ten years, and works to strengthen emergency care quality and access around the world through local and regional partnerships.
Nichole Michaeli, MD
Brigham and Women's HospitalNichole Michaeli is an International Emergency Medicine Fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital. She is currently working on emergency care systems development in Liberia and Kenya.
Oriane Longerstaey, MD
The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown UniversityOriane Longerstaey is a first year fellow in global emergency medicine at Brown University, and she is working in mass casualty preparedness and development of emergency medicine education.
Mary Bolgiano, MD
Johns Hopkins UniversityMary Bolgiano is a first year International Emergency Medicine and Public Health fellow at Johns Hopkins University.