Toxicology Fellowships with Dr. Kevin Baumgartner

Toxicology Fellowships with Dr. Kevin Baumgartner

July 1, 2020

EMRA*Cast Host Dr. Miguel Reyes sits down with Dr. Kevin Baumgartner to discuss Toxicology Fellowships. Listen in as they discuss what events led Dr. Baumgartner to be interested and eventually pursue a toxicology fellowship, what its like being a tox fellow, what the fellowship looks like, and different career possibilities you can pursue with the fellowship.

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Host

Miguel A. Reyes, MD

Hackensack University Medical Center
PGY3
@miguel_reyesMD 
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Guests

Kevin Baumgartner, MD

Fellow, Medical Toxicology
Washington University, St. Louis, MO

Overview:

EMRA*Cast Host Dr. Miguel Reyes sits down with Dr. Kevin Baumgartner to discuss Toxicology Fellowships. Listen in as they discuss what events led Dr. Baumgartner to be interested and eventually pursue a toxicology fellowship, what its like being a tox fellow, what the fellowship looks like, and different career possibilities you can pursue with the fellowship.

Key Resources:

Key Points:

  • Tox fellowships are ACGME accredited - thus follow the pay rate.
  • All are 2-year fellowships 
  • If no local tox contacts use the links listed above for job opportunities and guidance

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