About Our Medical Education Fellowship


The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) Department of Emergency Medicine is proud to offer a one-year mentored fellowship in medical education. For those interested in obtaining an advanced degree (MEd, MPH), a two-year option is available. The fellowship focuses on learning theory, curriculum design, education-based research, simulation, assessment, feedback, and faculty development with the goal of producing the next generation of medical education leaders in emergency medicine. In addition to the fellowship requirements, the fellow will work 8-9 clinical shifts per month as an attending physician at BIDMC and its affiliated community hospitals during which they will directly supervise medical students and residents.

Driven by the principles of experiential learning and self-directed learning theory, the medical education fellowship will provide the fellow with the skill set to adapt to the continuously evolving educational landscape. There are four primary focus areas of the fellowship:

Application Requirements
  • Graduate from LCME-accredited medical institution
  • Completion of an emergency medicine residency in a 3- or 4-year program
  • Board Certified or Board Eligible in emergency medicine
  • Strong interest in an academic career
Application Timeline
  • July – August: Submission of cover letter, CV, and three letters of recommendation (one must be from program director)
  • September – October: Interviews
  • November 30: Notification of acceptance
Fellowship Faculty
  • Edward Ullman, MD, Co-Fellowship Director
  • Nicole Dubosh, MD, Co-Fellowship Director

Please send all inquiries and applications to
Nicole Dubosh, MD
Edward Ullman, MD
One Deaconess Rd- Rosenberg Building 2nd floor
Boston, MA 02215
617-754-2354