We are a four-year academic residency program dedicated to providing the highest quality education in emergency medicine. Our goal is to develop emergency physicians with exceptional compassion and knowledge. We inspire the highest professional standards as clinicians, scholars and leaders in emergency medicine.
NEW & NOTEWORTHY
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Nick Musisca in his new role as Assistant Program Director for the EM Residency Program. Nick got his MD from Wake Forest University School of Medicine, and completed his EM Residency training at Washington University in St. Louis in 2015, where he served as Chief Resident. After training, he subsequently spread his wings as a Community ED Doc at Morton Hospital before joining the BrownEM Faculty in September 2016. Since arriving at Brown, Dr. Musisca has demonstrated his commitment to the Residency and to the service mission of our group. He is a fantastic teacher and clinical role model, and has served in multiple education leadership roles, including small group teaching, procedure labs, as well as key roles for Intern Orientation, and more. He has been recognized with a Dean's Excellence in Teaching Award, as well as the Department's Rising Star Award. Dr. Musisca's primary academic focus involves graduate medical education, procedural education focused on advanced airway techniques, innovation with technology in education, and wilderness medicine, and he is actively involved in the RIACEP Education Committee as well as a CORD Education committee. He will serve us well as someone who worked/trained elsewhere, as he brings new perspective and fresh ideas to the PD Leadership Team. We are excited to harness his strengths in all these areas and more, as we move forward with our educational mission, and advance our program even further. He will be joining the team effective June 1st, 2018. Please welcome him!
Introducinig the Class of 2022!
We are absolutely thrilled to introduce the newest intern class! They hail from medical schools in many parts of the US including CT, MA, IL, PA, TX, VT, NC, CA, OH, and NY. Between them, they bring 6 AOA and 2 Gold Humanism awards, an average Step 2 score of 256, and an amazing breadth of academic talent and experience. The lucky 13 arrive for GME Orientation the week of June 18th, so please keep an eye out for them.