Brown University

Fellowship Program

Length of Fellowship:

1 Year


Salary 90K; Ultrasound course/teaching opportunities for supplementation.

Additional Funds

CME, Benefits provided
Research funding provided
RDMS course/travel paid

Number of Clinical Hours:

Average 16 clinical hours per week

Other Duties

Scanning shifts with Core faculty
Scanning shifts for resident/medical student training
Research project

Number of Sites

Three hospitals (academic, community, pediatric)

Number of Positions per year:

No fellowship positions available 2014/2015 academic year

Additional Opportunities

There is no shortage of training opportunities to hone your teaching skills in emergency ultrasound during your fellowship.
We encourage 1 month of the fellowship to be spent teaching ultrasound in an international setting. We have opportunities for you to teach in Germany, Nicaragua, Rwanda, Uganda, Israel or Haiti. The presence of a strong connection between the International EM division and EUS division at Brown allows our fellows unparalleled opportunities for meaningful international work. Our program has ties with Partners in Health, a world-wide NGO serving poor and rural populations in many countries including Rwanda.
If international work is not your style, we teach at several regional and national EM conferences and courses. We are also the hospital-wide leaders in point-of-care ultrasound, providing lectures and hands-on training to ICU and pediatric fellows, as well as E-FAST exams and training for the trauma service. There is an ongoing resident rotation in EUS, as well as a medical student rotation.

Educational Experience

Deadline for fellowship application:

Fellows chosen: