The Department of Emergency Medicine offers fellowships in multiple programs including Research, Ultrasound, Emergency Medical Services, and Global Health.
All require the applicant to be board prepared/certified EM physicians and offer an appointment as a Clinical Instructor to the faculty of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine.
Post-residency Emergency Physician who aspires to administrative leadership positions in private or academic practice.
The Yale-Drug Abuse, Addiction, and HIV Research Scholars program is a K12 sponsored fellowship that provides a comprehensive three-year, post-doctorate, interdisciplinary, mentored career development program.
- The Yale Emergency Scholars (YES) program is a 5-year track (4 year residency + 1 year fellowship) that merges our fully accredited emergency medicine residency with a rigorous, SAEM-certified research fellowship.
The Section of EMS, Department of Emergency Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine offers an ACGME-accredited fellowship in EMS.
The Yale Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship is one of the longest standing and most prestigious ultrasound fellowships in the country. The fellowship can be a one-year clinical fellowship or a two-year research fellowship with a master's degree.
The department of emergency medicine at Yale has a strong history of commitment to global health education. Graduates of the residency program have consistently gone on to pursue advanced training in international medicine and many of our graduates are engaged in global health careers. Our graduates direct several top international emergency medicine fellowship programs, lead a variety of global health initiatives, and many are actively engaged in emergency humanitarian response with leading governmental and non-governmental agencies
Postdoctoral training at the Yale Center for Medical Informatics (YCMI) focuses on the creative use of computers in support of clinical medicine, biomedical research, and medical education.
The Yale Medical Simulation Fellowship in Emergency Medicine is a one-year fellowship offered to a qualified Emergency Medicine residency graduate. The primary focus of the fellowship will be on research.
The Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship started in the summer of 2000.
The Research fellowship is a new 2-3 year program focused on training clinician scholars as independent researchers in Emergency Medicine.
The Wilderness Medicine fellowship is a 1-year program that provides the core content of medical knowledge and skills in being able to plan for and to provide care in an environment that is limited by resources and geographically separated from definitive medical care in all types of weather and evacuation situations.
The mission of the Yale Center for Implementation Science (YCIS) is to accelerate the late-stage translation of evidence-based treatments, practices, and policies to improve the health of the citizens of New Haven and beyond.