The University of Washington's Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education program offers fellowship training in Clinical Informatics Family Medicine to selected graduates of ACGME-accredited emergency medicine residency programs. The fellowship provides comprehensive training and experience in clinical informatics. The fellowship has been developed by faculty in the Department of Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education (BIME) in collaboration with UW Medicine Information Technology Services and the Department of Family Medicine, the sponsoring department. This program is ACGME accredited.

Questions regarding the fellowship may be directed to Michael Leu, MD, MS, MHS, Clinical Informatics Fellowship Director, at



Ethan Tseng, MD, MBA

ACGME 2-year Clinical Informatics (Family Medicine) Fellow

Originally from Boston, MA, he earned his MD from Tufts University School of Medicine while simultaneously obtaining his MBA with a focus in health management from the Heller School at Brandies University. He completed an Emergency Medicine residency at University of Massachusetts Medical School and while there, created a wiki-based webpage that highlighted recent clinical process and operational changes within the department. He is interested in developing and incorporating clinical decision support tools in the emergency and critical care clinical settings.