The Emergency Medicine faculty at the Medical College of Wisconsin provide formal and informal advising to students at all levels of training and regardless of specialty career choice. Students can set up meetings by contacting any faculty member directly, or arrange a more formal advising relationship by contacting our Emergency Medicine Student Coordinator, Jennifer Myszkowski.
For students interested in Emergency Medicine as a career, we strongly encourage you to seek the advice of one of our faculty, either as a formal advisor or an informal guide through the residency application and interview process. This typically starts at the end of the third year, but can begin at any time during medical school. For further information, please contact Matthew Tews, DO, Director of Undergraduate Medical Education in the Department of Emergency Medicine. Additionally, faculty and residents from the Department of Emergency Medicine in conjunction with Student Emergency Medicine Association (SEMA), run career counseling and a "Navigating the Match" seminar during the year.