International Medicine Fellowship
The UCLA Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program announces the availability of an International Medicine Fellowship for graduates of accredited U.S. Emergency Medicine residency programs. The International Emergency Medicine Fellowship is available in association with the UCLA Center for International Medicine (CIM).
This two-year fellowship can be integrated with the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program and the UCLA School of Public Health. Candidates may obtain an MPH, MSPH or PhD degree.
The fellowship will provide the graduate opportunities in:
- Global health curriculum development
- Computer-based health training solutions
- International rotations
- Experience working with non-profit global health organizations and international agencies
- Health technology research and development
The fellow will participate in planning, development, and implementation of UCLA CIM programs and will serve as the in-house medical subject matter expert.
International Medicine fellows will provide attending physician coverage in the UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center ED. Participation in residency and departmental activities is required. Fellows will be required to conduct lectures and presentations regarding ongoing CIM programs.
The fellow will be required to complete an independent research project or develop a new CIM program focused on the use of technology in global health training. CIM staff will provide ongoing assistance. Obtaining funding for the research project will be the responsibility of the fellow.
To download information on how to apply, click here.
For more information, contact Nicole Durden, CIM Managing Director, at