Fellows become proficient with investigative techniques and skills, and apply these to both retrospective and prospective clinical or epidemiologic research projects. The fellowship includes formalized study in statistics and research design, from both within and without the division of pediatric emergency medicine.
Attending physicians in the division provide mentoring and serve as a rich source of research ideas. These ideas and other research-related topics are discussed by division members and fellows at a monthly research conference.
Fellows are financially supported when submitting and presenting their data at regional or national meetings.
Research Projects & Publications
A major goal of the program is for fellows to complete a well-designed study that is published in a peer reviewed journal.
A Scholarship Oversight Committee mentors each fellow’s progress in research. The three-year length of the pediatric emergency medicine training program facilitates these research-related goals.
Our fellows are expected to complete a research project during their training. View current faculty and fellows’ publications.