BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
Our two-year academic fellowship is set in the most diverse city in the nation. The National School of Tropical Medicine is on-campus and offers our fellows extensive tropical medicine training as well as lecturing opportunities. Leaders in global and innovative healthcare across disciplines are also at BCM, providing ready partners for mentorship and academic projects both locally and abroad, including the Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative, Baylor Global Initiatives, the TMC Innovation Institute and many others.
Of note, we also offer a one-year fellowship for qualified candidates who already have obtained a graduate degree (MPH, MSc or equivalent).
Please see our website for more detailed information.
We also offer a joint global emergency medicine and ultrasound fellowship, and also have a strong and diverse Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) focus in health equity.
|Project Name & Description||Details|
|BCM in Belize||
Belize is the main fellowship site, with several active educational and research projects
|BCM in Liberia||
Assisting in post-Ebola healthcare infrastructure rebuilding at Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) hospital in Monrovia
Michael JaungAssistant Professor
Additional Application / Interview Information
Fellowship candidates must be ABEM board eligible or certified by the July 1st fellowship start date. This generally means that fellows have completed an Emergency Medicine residency in the US or Canada.
Fellowship candidates must be ABEM board eligible or certified by the July 1 fellowship start date.
All applications must be submitted by the application deadline through the SAEM Application Portal button below. Please note, you must also register for the NRMP Match. For questions regarding the application portal, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your application should include: Personal Statement including why you are specifically interested in our program. Three letters of recommendation (one from residency director/chair). CV