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At MCES, we manage and oversee all fellows participating in one of the Detroit Medical Center’s fellowship programs, taught by Wayne State University and Central Michigan University faculty at Detroit Medical Center hospitals.

Post-Grad Education

MCES and Detroit Medical Center (DMC) offer various post-graduate fellowships in cooperation with Wayne State University that are completed on-site in DMC emergency departments. These areas include ultrasound, toxicology, international emergency medicine, emergency medical services, basic science, and clinical research.

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Basic Science

The Basic Science Research fellowship is a highly competitive program designed to prepare individuals of particular promise as Emergency Medicine physician-scientists working in the field of neuronal injury and repair.

Emergency Medical Services

The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) fellowship at Detroit Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine is an ACGME accredited one-year program. After completion, fellows will be board-eligible for a subspecialty in EMS.

Clinical Research

The Clinical Research fellowship is for those interested in an academic career in clinical research. It will provide you with advanced training in research methodology, project development, scientific writing, and publication.

International Emergency Medicine

The Global & Urban Health Section at Wayne State University offers an International Emergency Medicine fellowship. The program’s focus is on EM education development and EM research on a global scale.

Medical Education

The Medical Education fellowship is for those who are interested in pursuing an academic career in education. The program will provide a deep understanding of educating medical students, residents, and faculty, conducting and evaluating medical research, and creating and revising curricula.


The Medical Toxicology fellowship is an ACGME accredited two-year program completed at the Michigan Poison Center. This program will provide you with toxicology expertise as it relates to emergency medicine.


The Ultrasound Fellowship is conducted by faculty members at Sinai-Grace Hospital, Detroit Receiving Hospital, and St. John Hospital. The program provides a deep understanding of emergency ultrasound and cardiac echo, pediatric ultrasound, musculoskeletal ultrasound, and other opportunities.

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