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Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship

The Indiana University School of Medicine Ultrasound Division within the Department of Emergency Medicine is improving patient care and outcomes through ultrasound education, clinical integration and ultrasound research.

This year-long fellowship in clinical ultrasound provides hands-on scanning experience alongside ultrasound faculty and provides clinical training among a diverse, pathology-rich population, totaling more than a quarter million patients at the IU School of Medicine—Indianapolis campus clinical training sites.

How to Apply

Interested applicants can apply for the Ultrasound Fellowship through SCUF’s Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship page.


21522-Rutz, Matt

Matt A. Rutz, MD

Co-Fellowship Director, Clinical Ultrasound

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22633-Kennedy, Sarah

Sarah K. Kennedy, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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13098-Zahn, Gregory

Gregory S. Zahn, FEL, MD, RES

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine

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Fellowship Curriculum

The Clinical Ultrasound program requires fellows to complete 800 reviewed and credited examinations.
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Clinical Ultrasound faculty provide patient care and training in use of beside ultrasound.
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