Simulation Fellowship

The NewYork-Presbyterian Queens Medical Simulation Fellowship is a one year guided mentorship program that offers advanced training and expertise in the field of simulation-based healthcare education. The Simulation Fellowship is structured to provide a comprehensive overview of the concepts and application of medical simulation for the education of all healthcare professionals.

Additionally, we encourage fellows to be an integral part of all simulation based administrative activities and research projects. Driving the curriculum is a focus on communication, error reduction, and patient safety. We encourage and advocate for our simulation fellows to become leaders in the field of simulation.

Mission statement

To impart advanced training and mastery in medical simulation through the development, delivery, evaluation and research of simulation-based educational programs.


  • Emergency Medicine Residents, Advanced Practitioners and Medical Students
  • Multidisciplinary Simulation Education
  • Clinical Instructor in Emergency Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine
  • ACS verified Level 1 Trauma Center, AHA Receiving STEMI center and Joint Commission Primary Stroke Center
  • Competitive compensation, benefit and CME package

Goals and objectives

  • Applying historical and theoretical applications of medical simulation and adult learning
  • Multidisciplinary and Interdepartmental implementation of simulation education
  • Understanding how to utilize advanced medical simulation equipment
  • Mastery of medical simulation delivery to large groups of diverse learners
  • Research applications of medical simulation and a presentation at an international simulation conference
  • Organizational and systems applications within a hospital network
  • Maximizing return on investment to create a sustainable simulation educational program


Fellowship Type: Non-ACGME accredited, Emergency Medicine Fellowship

Length of Training: One Year

Clinical: Emergency Medicine Department at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens

Compensation: 18 hours/week, 140K with Benefits and CME

Requirement: Completion or expected completion of an AOA/ACGME accredited Emergency Medicine Residency

Simulation fellows 2022-2023

Catherine De Guzman, MD

Catherine De Guzman, MD

Simulation Fellow

[email protected]
Hometown: Jamaica, NY
Medical School: Jacobs School of Medicine at SUNY Buffalo
Residency: Maimonides Medical Center
Fellowship: NewYork-Presbyterian Queens — Simulation

Justin Wang, MD

Justin Wang, MD

Simulation Fellow

[email protected]
Hometown: Rockville, MD
Medical School: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Residency: New York Presbyterian Queens
Fellowship: NewYork-Presbyterian Queens — Simulation

How to apply

Please send the following information in electronic format to the e-mail below:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Cover letter
  • Two letters of recommendation