Fellows in the Medical Toxicology Fellowship program will understand the strengths and weaknesses of published research by participating in either a research project or scholarly activity with faculty mentorship.
- Research Project: Basic science projects or animal, clinical and poison center research
- Scholarly Activity: Publication of a case report, case series or review article in toxicology.
During the second year of the fellowship, necessary "protected" time will be provided for research and scholarly activities.
Presentations and Symposia
- Fellows submit posters/platforms to national toxicology meetings - either the North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology in the fall of the American College of Medical Toxicology Annual Scientific Meeting in the spring.
- Fellows have the opportunity to present to the national audiences via the ACMT National Journal Club and National Case Conference.
- Fellows have the opportunity to present at local venues such as the Indiana Poison Center toxicology symposium, Emergency Medicine Research Day, the Department of Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds and the Department of Emergency Medicine Student Clerkship.
- A world-class simulation center is frequently utilized for education.