Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship

Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship


Marek A. Radomski, DO, FACEP, RDMS - Program Director
David Thomas, MD
Emily Lovallo, MD
Brett Beel, MD
Mallory Wauthier, DO

Program Description


The Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship is a one-year program designed to prepare the fellow be a leader in the field of Clinical Ultrasound. Fellows hone their own ultrasound skills in our five nationally recognized Emergency Departments and work hand-in-hand with our four fellowship trained ultrasound faculty as well as other physicians and educators to provide point-of-care ultrasound education for residents, medical students, and practicing clinicians. Ample opportunities exist for research in Emergency Medicine, both independently as well as in collaboration with other departments such as Critical Care and Anesthesia. Weekly Grand Rounds provide the fellow with the opportunity to gain education regarding the administrative components of an ultrasound program, including quality improvement/assurance through image review, credentialing, and billing. Throughout the year fellows attend multiple national conferences focusing on the expansion and improvement of Clinical Ultrasound. Upon completion, fellows are ready to lead an ultrasound program at an academic center or a community hospital.


Applicants who are Emergency Medicine board-eligible or board-certified are encouraged to apply. The fellow will provide education through lectures, courses, discussion, and during clinical work to attendings, fellows, residents, and medical students from a variety of specialties. Each fellow will work with the ultrasound faculty to submit abstracts to national and international ultrasound and Emergency Medicine conferences as well as various academic publications. The fellow will also be required to work an abbreviated clinical schedule in one of the UPMC Emergency Departments in order to maintain clinical skills. Each applicant is required to register with the NRMP (National Resident Matching Program) at www.nrmp.org

Fellowship Eligibility and Selection

Application process

All interested applicants should submit a letter of intent, CV, and three letters of reference through UPMC’s eusfellowships.com website (https://eusfellowships.com/program-extra/?program=105). Interviews are subsequently granted by invitation only.  Fellows are selected through the NRMP.  For questions regarding the fellowship application process, please contact Dr. Marek Radomski, Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Director and Chief of the UPMC Division of Emergency Ultrasound. He can be reached at radomskima@upmc.edu, (412) 623-2047, or (412) 864-2072

Application Dates (For 2019 Appointment Year)

Accepting applications:

July 1, 2018

Interviews available:

July 1 – October 31, 2018

Match Opens:

August 22, 2018

Ranking Opens:

September 26, 2018

Ranking Deadline:

October 31, 2018

Match Day:

November 14, 2018

Fellowship Matriculation:

July 1, 2019

Information for Foreign Medical Graduates

Graduates of medical schools outside the United States and Canada must either have a currently valid certificate from the ECFMG or have a current full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in Pennsylvania. The University Health Center of Pittsburgh (UHCP) sponsors international medical graduates (IMG's) on J-1 clinical visas through the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG). In order for the GME office to sponsor IMGs, individuals must provide the following:

  • A valid copy of their ECFMG certificate;
  • A letter from the Ministry of Health in their home country. Please see the ECFMG website for details;
  • A check for $275.00 made payable to ECFMG.

If you have any additional questions, please contact the University Health Center of Pittsburgh Graduate Medical Education Office at (412) 647-5819. As with U.S. graduates, we accept applications only through the EUSFellowships.com website & fellows are selected only through the NRMP.

In addition to your application through the EUSFellowships.com website the following are required:

  • Dean's Letter
  • Official medical school transcript
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • USMLE transcript
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