George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Fellowship Program

Length of Fellowship:

1 year



Additional Funds

$2500 CME funds plus potential funding of travel costs for international teaching if interested

Number of Clinical Hours:

18 hrs/week

Other Duties

The fellow will be involved in resident and student education, both in giving lectures at resident conference as well as assisting with hands-on scanning in the emergency department during scanning shifts.

Number of Sites

George Washington University Hospital
Washington Veteran's Affairs Hospital
United Medical Center

Number of Positions per year:


Additional Opportunities

The fellow will have abundant teaching opportunities, both locally as well as opportunities to travel domestically and internationally to educational programs in emergency ultrasound.

International teaching experiences throughout our training partnerships in India are encouraged and typically come with funding for travel and housing. Our fellows have been teaching in India for over 10 years, and it is a great opportunity for those interested.

Educational Experience

The vast majority of scanning time is spent in the emergency department, with the exception of a highly regarded echocardiology rotation (scanning with techs/cardiology fellows as well as reading with attendings) and a rotation with the vascular lab.

We also have a primary role in critical care fellow education, and as a result our fellows scan on a regular basis in the ICU.

Finally, we have a very close collaboration with Children's National Health System and the 5 PEM US fellowship-trained faculty there, and the PEM US and EUS fellows scan together at both GW and Children's. Journal club is combined with Children's and has a dedicated pediatric component each month.

Deadline for fellowship application:

Fellows chosen: