Young Physicians Section

YPS-AAEM promotes the professional development of its members and provides them with education consistent with the principles and activities of AAEM.

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AAEM Young Physicians Section (YPS-AAEM) membership is open to all emergency medicine residency-trained Fellow-in-Training, Associate, or Full Voting members of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine who are within the first five years of professional practice after residency or fellowship training.


Moiz Qureshi, MD MBA   

Jennifer Rosenbaum, MD

Secretary/Finance Chair
Nicholas Boyko, DO

Immediate Past Chair
Jessica Fujimoto, MD FAAEM

Jack Allen, MD
Jennifer McGowan, MD 
Michelle E. Romeo, MD 
Open Position (contact Kathy Uy, AAEM Senior Meetings Manager, if interested)

AAEM/RSA Representative
Anantha Singarajah, DO

Board Liaison
Fred Earl Kency, Jr., MD FAAEM FACEP


You must be a current AAEM member who is within the first five years of professional practice after residency or fellowship training to join this section.

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  • Full Voting (Free)
  • Associate (Free)
  • Fellow-in-Training (Free)

Section memberships run on a calendar year and must be renewed annually.

  • Free CV and Cover Letter Review
  • YPS Mentoring Program
  • Rules of the Road for Young Physicians
  • Opportunity to have articles published in the YPS-AAEM section of Common Sense
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