Why You Should do a MedEd Fellowship

Why You Should Do A Medical Education Fellowship

December 15, 2019

In this episode, Dr. Miguel Reyes meets with Drs. Sara Paradise Dimeo, Guy Carmelli, and Michael Shamoon to discuss medical education fellowship and all it entails.


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Miguel A. Reyes, MD

Hackensack University Medical Center
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Sara Paradise Dimeo, MD

Fellowship:  Medical Education Fellowship, University of California - Irvine
University of Arizona
Medical School: 
George Washington University Medical School

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Twitter: @saraparamd

Michael Shamoon, MD

Clinical Instructor of Emergency Medicine (Fellow) at Keck School of Medicine - USC.

Residency:  NYU - Bellevue
Medical School:  
Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Guy Carmelli, MD

Fellowship:  Medical Education Fellowship, SUNY - Downstate
SUNY - Downstate
Medical School:  
Keck School of Medicine - USC



We sit down with three guest panelists all involved in medical education fellowships in different phases of their fellowship career to discuss its ins and outs. We talk about why they chose MedED, why their programs, what the application was like and what you can do to be best the applicant.

Key Points:

  • MedEd fellowship gives you a leg up for academic positions
  • Learn novel and engaging teaching techniques!
  • Network with a lot of academic folk! It’s a small community
  • Mentorship matters and can help your significantly career

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