Corey Warf, son of Robert Warf and Chrystal Hill, has entered his final year of physician training in the emergency medicine program at the University of Louisville.
Warf, recently nominated for chief resident in his residency program at the university, was chosen by consensus of this fellow residents. In his new role, Warf will be responsible for directing the education of the other residents in his training program including teaching lectures, running workshops and coordinating didactic conferences.
Several weeks ago, Warf traveled to Karpacz, Poland where he was invited to speak at the 25th annual conference held by the Polish Society for Emergency Medicine. While there, he spoke to Polish emergency medicine residents on the origins of emergency medicine residency in the United States. He also ran workshops to help doctors and residents practice their skills with ultrasound and difficult airways.
Looking forward, Warf plans to pursue an academic fellowship in ultrasound following his completion of the training program. Fellowship programs offer physicians an opportunity to spend a year or more training in a special are of interest to further develop their skills and knowledge.