The University of Michigan Emergency Department currently offers the following fellowship programs:
Advanced Emergency Medicine Ultrasonography Fellowship - offering fellows a robust 2-year training experience that will provide the necessary knowledge and skills to become an ultrasound educator and administrator within both an academic or community emergency department.
Emergency Critical Care Fellowship - offering fellows a 2-year training program that provides specialty certification pathways in Anesthesia or Internal Medicine.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Fellowship - offers fellows a 1-year ACGME-accredited training program to provide the necessary skills and knowledge to become outstanding leaders in the field of emergency medical services through a challenging and diverse training experience spanning the breadth of out-of-hospital medicine.
Medical Education Fellowship - offering a 2-year competency based medical education fellowship. This fellowship is designed for junior faculty seeking to build skills in clinical teaching, simulation, curricular development, leadership, and medical education research.
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program - offering fellows a unique ACGME-accredited training environment with a broad range of opportunities and faculty mentorship.
Sports Medicine Fellowship Program - offering fellows a training program that draws upon expertise from faculty members and private practice specialists in family medicine, orthopaedics, cardiology, and athletic medicine for required experiences, and other diverse areas.