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Penn Emergency Medicine

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PENN EM RESIDENCY: BY THE NUMBERS

Residents

54

Percentage of URiM Residents

31%

States Represented

20

Fellowships Offered

12

TEAM

WELCOME

Welcome to the home of the University of Pennsylvania Emergency Medicine Residency Program. We are a four-year program located in West Philadelphia, in the heart of University City, that is committed to training clinically outstanding physicians while exposing residents to numerous mentorship and leadership opportunities.

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PENN EM: IN THE NEWS

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A new study by Penn EM faculty and LDI fellows, Drs. Anish Agarwal, Raina Merchant, and Eugenia South used text messaged-based surveys to assess patient emergency department experience, including the impact of race.

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Penn Medicine EM Faculty Dr. Anish Agarwal discusses why false claims about the virus and vaccines arise and persist, plus what he hopes will come from NIH-funded research he and Penn Engineering’s Sharath Chandra Guntuku have recently begun.

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PGY-1 Dr. Ade Osinubi writes for Teen Vogue about  the impacts of early puberty on Black girls especially when it comes to mental health, safety, adultification bias

"What Early Puberty is Like for Black Girls"

Teen Vogue

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Penn EM Faculty and Assosciate Program Director Dr. Mira Mamtani and her research on MVA use in the Emergency Department was featured in a January 2023 NPR article. 

"Many ERs offer minimal care for miscarriage. One group wants that to change"

National Public Radio (NPR)

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PGY-1 Dr. Ogechi Nwodim writes about CPR disparities disproportionately impacting and the work that she is doing with the Philadelphia Black Women's Health Alliance to increase education about CPR in Philadelphia communities. 

"Damar Hamlin shows the importance of CPR. Due to disparities, his outcome isn’t the norm"

The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Penn EM Faculty and Vice Chair for Inclusion, Diversity, and EquityDr. Eugenia South and her research about the impact on renovating abandoned homes on gun violence is featured in this Philadelphia Inquirer article

Philadelphia Inquirer 

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