Emergency Medicine

Medical Toxicology Fellowship

The Medical Toxicology Fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine is an ACGME-accredited, two-year program offering hands-on management of poisoned patients at academic health centers in downtown Indianapolis.

Fellows provide phone consultations on poisoned patients throughout the state of Indiana and surrounding areas via the Indiana Poison Center. This inpatient toxicology service is the only one of its kind in Indiana, and one of only a few in the country.

Jerry Snow, MD
Laura Tormoehlen, MD
Jennifer Acciani, MD
Anna Arroyo, MD
Blake Froberg, MD
Danyal Ibrahim, MD
Ayrn O’Connor, MD
Kris Nanagas, MD
Bryan Judge, MD
Louise Kao, MD
Lisa Snyder, MD MPH
Daniel Rusyniak, MD
William Dribben, MD
Christopher Holstege, MD
Mary Wemuth, MD
Jane Witman, MD

Benefits

The Medical Toxicology fellowship stipend is equivalent to PGY-4 and PGY-5 level for Indiana University School of Medicine residents. In addition, an attractive benefit package includes health care insurance, malpractice insurance, disability and life insurance and loan deferment. A meal stipend is offered as well. Find information about employment terms and benefits for IU School of Medicine fellows through the Office of Graduate Medical Education.

Fellowship Curriculum

Fellowship Curriculum

Medical Toxicology fellows lead daily rounds, present grand rounds for emergency medicine, and participate in teaching and case presentations.
Research Experience

Research Experience

Fellows in this program participate in a research project or scholarly activity.