Emergency Medicine

Disaster Medicine Fellowship

The Disaster Medicine fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine provides in-depth training in the multiple facets of disaster medicine to prepare physicians for leadership positions in disaster response agencies, hospital or public health emergency management organizations, and policy and preparedness organizations.

This one-year fellowship takes a multi-disciplinary approach to disaster preparedness, response and recovery, enabling graduates to focus on systems-wide solutions for disaster preparedness and response. The fellowship provides a wide exposure to multiple areas of disaster medicine and offers educational experiences at the local, regional, national and international levels.

Program Leadership

Chad S. Priest, JD,  MSN

Chad S. Priest, JD, MSN

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Fellowship Curriculum

Fellowship Curriculum

The dynamic curriculum of the EMS Fellowship immerses fellows in a variety of out-of-hospital settings.
Division Faculty

Division Faculty

Disaster medicine specialists at IU School of Medicine understand the unique injuries and care challenges that a disaster creates, and these faculty physicians train emerging specialists in this area.