Calc Function

    • Calcs that help predict probability of a diseaseDiagnosis
    • Subcategory of 'Diagnosis' designed to be very sensitiveRule Out
    • Disease is diagnosed: prognosticate to guide treatmentPrognosis
    • Numerical inputs and outputsFormula
    • Med treatment and moreTreatment
    • Suggested protocolsAlgorithm

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    MDCalc Fellows and Junior Fellows

    MDCalc Fellows and Junior Fellows are residents and medical students, respectively, who are passionate about EBM and interested in supporting MDCalc’s mission to provide evidence-based decision support to doctors at the point-of-care in an innovative digital format.

    The program focuses on evidence-based medicine, specifically with clinical decision and prediction tools, and engages the resident longitudinally over a period of 2 years, culminating in a final project to be developed and designed by the Fellow and their director.

    The MDCalc Fellows program was designed with input from US residency program directors and fulfills the academic requirement for most residency programs. Participants are expected to spend approximately 10 hours of intensive work on a final project, with engagement throughout the year as needed.

    MDCalc Fellows applications are now closed. We will be reviewing all submissions, and finalists should expect to hear from us by December 1, 2017 regarding next steps.

    If you are a residency or medical student clerkship director interested in partnering with MDCalc, please send a message with your name, title, program, and specialty to rachel@mdcalc.com.

    Current Fellows

    Max Berger, MD

    PGY-2, Emergency Medicine

    NYU Langone Medical Center / Bellevue Hospital Center

    Cullen Clark, MD

    PGY-3, Combined Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics

    Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans

    Hyunjoo Lee, MD

    Medical Education Fellow, Emergency Medicine

    Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University

    Eric Steinberg, DO

    Assistant Residency Director, Emergency Medicine

    Mount Sinai Beth Israel, New York City

    Elias Wan, MD

    Critical Care Fellow

    Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx

    Thomas Yang, MD

    PGY-2, Emergency Medicine

    Aventura Hospital and Medical Center, Aventura, Florida

    Tony Zhang, MD

    Medical Education Fellow, Emergency Medicine

    Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia