emergency

Ultrasound

Fellowship

stony brook

Sono Fellowship

$120K for 8-9 clinical shifts a month 

 

Ultrasound fellows scan a high volume of trauma,

critical care, & pediatric patients in our ED.  

Our residents are well-versed in ultrasound and

enthusiastic about learning from faculty & fellows.

Our other departments, including ICU and anesthesia, are excited to learn point-of care ultrasound.  There will be many interdepartmental teaching and learning opportunities throughout the hospital.

Well-known innovators in our field spearhead our department's International & Resuscitation fellowships. Opportunities to combine fellowship experiences, including maximizing critical care time and international travel will be encouraged.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why Stony Brook Ultrasound?

 

As of July 2017, we have a new ultrasound fellowship underway with new faculty, new machines, and full departmental support.

 

Stony Brook provides outstanding ​faculty mentors in academic Emergency Medicine.

Our Ultrasound Fellows will become strong clinicians and teachers, as well as experienced sonographers.

Fellows will have full research support to develop and execute academic projects.

We have unique opportunities to collaborate with other Fellowship Programs.

We bill for all ultrasounds and are wirelessly integrated via QPathE.

Fellowship Position

Salary: $120K for 18-20 clinical hours/week

(~9 shifts/month)

Overtime pay & Pediatrics shifts available

$6000 extra CME for travel and resources

Departmental research support

Weekly image review on QPathE

1-2 positions per year

Resources

Ultrasound Machines:

2 Mindray M9

1 Mindray TE7

2 Mindray M7

2 Sonosite Edge II

2 Sonosite M-Turbo

SonoSim

HeartWorks TEE training

Clinical skills (SIM) lab with standardized patients

TEE probes coming soon​

current research

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound to Diagnose Dislocated Shoulders

Prehospital lung ultrasonography: how driving conditions and sonographer experience affect image quality and interpretation

Point of Care Ultrasound for the Evaluation of Suspected Appendicitis in Emergency Department Patients

Evaluation of an ultrasound-guided peripheral intravenous catheter insertion training program for Emergency Department Nurses

Ongoing Fellow projects: 

Effectiveness of a 1-Hour Lung and Soft Tissue Ultrasound Curriculum Designed for Providers in a Resource-Limited Setting

The Diagnostic Accuracy of Bedside Ultrasound for Small Bowel Obstruction, a Prospective Study

Recent Ultrasound Publications

 

Secko, M., Reardon, L., Gottlieb, M., Adhikari S., Theodoro, J., Bailitz, J., Thode, H., Singer, A. Musculoskeletal Ultrasound to Diagnose Dislocated Shoulders (MUDDS) Study. Abstract presented at ACEP 2018.

Reardon L, Scheels W, Singer AJ, Reardon RF. Feasibility and Accuracy of Speckle Tracking Echocardiography in Emergency Department Patients: A Preliminary Study.  The American Journal of Emergency Medicine; accepted for publication August 2018.

 

Leonard, M., Reardon, L., Secko, M., Valenzuela, R. Left Atrial Rhabdomyosarcoma Diagnosed by Emergency Department Point-of-Care Echocardiography. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine; accepted for publication June 2018.

Stony Brook
Emergency
Ultrasound

(631) 444-3880

 

101 Nicolls Road,

Stony Brook, NY 11794

Copyright 2018 Designed by Lindsay Reardon, MD

Photography by Mike Beck, MD & Lindsay Reardon, MD