Injury Control Fellowship
The ECIC offers an Injury Control Fellowship for emergency medicine physicians interested in pursuing research careers in injury or violence prevention. The ECIC will select and train an injury fellow each year. The fellowship lasts for 1-2 years, depending on the background and interests of the fellow and includes training in public health research and practice. Fellows are supervised by the ECIC Director. Responsibilities include taking relevant classes in the School of Public Health, conducting an independent research project on a specific injury or violence topic, presenting their research at one of the ECIC seminars.
International Health Fellowship
The ECIC offers an International Health Fellowship through the Department of Emergency Medicine at Emory University to train emergency medicine physicians in the areas of acute care and injury control in low and middle income nations. Under the mentorship of the Associate Director for International Programs, Dr. Scott Sasser, fellows will complete a two-year program that includes the following core components: international rotations, research and scholarly activity, and didactics through the Rollins School of Public Health.