How to Apply
Applicants currently must be board certified or board eligible in Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Preventative Medicine, or Psychiatry. Additionally, applicants must be graduates of, or in the final year of an ACGME accredited clinical residency program.
We have made our application submission process straight-forward and simple. We hope to learn all about your previous experiences and future hopes in addiction medicine so everyone can have the most beneficial experience.
- A completed ETSU ADM Fellow Application Form
- Your current CV
- A one to two page personal statement describing your interest in Addiction Medicine and your career goals upon fellowship
completion. Please address:
- What prior experiences you have had providing medical care to persons with unhealthy substance use and persons with health disparieties from rural, low-income, or stigmatized populations. How have these experiences influenced your life and career?
- Describe your interest in addiction medicine and any specific areas that you would like to focus on clinically during your fellowship training.
- What are your overall career goals? Describe what you would like to be doing five to ten years from now. How do you anticipate this fellowship will assist in your plan?
- Three letters of recommendation (LoR): Please use this Reference Request Form to request your letters of recommendation.
Please email ETSU ADM Fellow Application Form, CV and Personal Statement to the Fellowship Coordinator, Melissa Cloyd at email@example.com. Three Letters of Recommendation should be requested using the Reference Request Form and written on institution letterhead. LoRs should be mailed directly to:
Melissa Cloyd, MPA
Addiction Medicine Fellowship Coordinator
Department of Family Medicine
Quillen College of Medicine
East Tennessee State University
PO Box 70621
Johnson City, TN, 37614
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2020-21 Fellowship. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning October 15, 2020. Please submit your application materials no later than January 15, 2021 for the 2021-22 Fellowship.
After a complete application has been received, the Program Director and Selection Committee will review your application and make a decision to offer an interview. Prospective candidates will meet with the Program Director and faculty member(s) with similar clinical or scholarly interests. Interviews provide an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the curriculum and training program.
If you are a physician with a demonstrated commitment to a career integrating evidence-based addiction medicine with care of the rural underserved, we hope you will apply with confidence.
Salary/Benefits - PLEASE NOTE: A 3% increase will go into effect for 2020 - 2021 Fellows(PGY IV).
Best of luck in all your endeavors,
| Joyce Troxler, MD
| Kamran Hayel-Moghadam, MD
Associate Program Director