Career Development in Emergency Medicine Research

This program, funded by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), prepares clinician-scientists for independent research careers and academic leadership roles in Emergency Medicine.


Oregon Health & Science University offers scholars a 2 to3-year Oregon Multidisciplinary Training Program in Emergency Medicine Clinical Research (NHLBI grant #1K12HL108974).

Although scholar research interests must focus on Emergency Medicine, scholars may come from a variety of clinical backgrounds, including Emergency Medicine, Cardiology, Pulmonary/Critical Care, Hematology, Trauma Surgery, and Pediatrics, as well as Nursing, Pharmacy, and others.

Scholars will meet standards for appointment at the Assistant Professor level or higher and will have 75% protected time for research.

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Announcements & Updates

Meet our new 2013 Scholars
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Upcoming Events

4/7/2014: Quarterly K12 Scholar Emergency Care Research Series
Scholars will present their research to the group for discussion and feedback.
Kohler Pavilion Room 13000A at 10 AM.
Contact Tahroma at alligoot@ohsu.edu for details.

4/10-11/2014: Annual Emergency Medicine K12 Program Meeting
Program Directors, Administrators, and Scholars from all six national programs meet to discuss the direction of the program and current research.