Medical Education Fellowship

The UCSF Department of Emergency Medicine offers a one-year Medical Education Fellowship with an optional second year for those interested in pursuing a Masters of Education from UC Berkeley. This fellowship is designed for graduating emergency medicine residents who are seeking advanced training in bedside and classroom teaching, curriculum design and evaluation, and medical education research. 

Fellows have the opportunity to participate in the spectrum of medical education from undergraduate medical education (UME) to graduate medical education (GME) as well as continuing medical education (CME). The fellows work six clinical shifts each month as attending physicians in the ED at UCSF Medical Center. They also have an opportunity to participate in UCSF’s Pathway to Discovery Program in Health Professions Education as well as the American College of Emergency Physicians' Teaching Fellowship. Salary and benefits are set by the Department of Emergency Medicine and the University of California annually. 

Interested applicants should be graduates of an accredited emergency medicine residency program. Please direct any questions to Dr. Jill Mongelluzzo (Medical Education Fellowship Director) and email a letter of interest, CV, and three letters of recommendation (including one letter from your residency program director) to Fellowship Coordinator Dawnee Wong.

Visas: Our department cannot sponsor J-1 or H-1B visas for non-ACGME fellows.

Learn more about our Medical Education Fellowship.