Ultrafest 2021


Safe to say Ultrafest 2021 was a success!! Thank you so much to our fantastic Ultrafest organizers Kate Wittel and Brian Shughrou, this even could truly not have been possible without you! Thank you also to Dr. Fox, Nora Perez-Moreno, Brenda Nash, Dr. Stone, Dr. Nguyen, Dr. Choi, Dr. Rowland, and Butterfly for making this event happen!

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UltraFest 2020


Thank you to all organizers, volunteers, models, sponsors, and participants who made our 9th Annual UltraFest a huge success! We welcomed students and practitioners from across the globe to share in the love and learning of ultrasound. It was our honor to host this incredible event!

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Sign up now!!! UltraFest 2020



UCI School of Medicine will host its 9th annual UltraFest: a free ultrasound symposium for medical students and ultrasound enthusiasts. UltraFest seeks to teach and develop students’ skills in bedside ultrasound, through hands-on practice and small-group instruction with live models and clinician instructors.

Registration: https://forms.gle/K7gMibi13ocugB299

Sign up to volunteer: https://forms.gle/623KC8fQ4rbu4vZEA






Volunteers Needed for 7th Annual World Congress Ultrasound in Medical Education!

7th Annual World Congress Ultrasound in Medical Education (WCUME) hosted by UCI’s Emergency Medicine Department at the UCI Student Center on September 12-15, 2019!!

​The WCUME is a world famous conference about all things ultrasound and ultrasound in medical education! I know many of you have had the privilege of attending if not presenting at previous WCUME’s, so you may already be familiar with it.

We are writing to ask for volunteers for this year’s conference!! Being involved as a volunteer is an amazing way to attend the conference (for FREE/waived registration fee), spend time with UCI’s Emergency Department, network with others in the field, and to bolster your CV experiences! We need volunteers for registration, POCUS bootcamp, ultrasound modeling, hands-on workshops, social activities, and set up crew! Please use the following link to indicate your preference for volunteering HERE:


You can find more information on WCUME here: https://wcume2019.org. Also make sure you follow our Instagram, link here: https://www.instagram.com/wcume/

UC Irvine Emergency Medicine Hosting Upcoming WCUME 2019!

EXCITING NEWS!! This year’s World Congress Ultrasound in Medical Education (WCUME) will be hosted by UC Irvine School of Medicine’s Emergency Medicine Department! Join us to learn more about the latest in ultrasound medical education in California’s premier sunny coastal destination.  There are unique opportunities for Medical Students, Healthcare Providers, and Lifelong Learners interested in attaining new skills.

Learn more from our three different tracks:

  • INTEGRATE: Gain inspiration from experts in the field on how to integrate ultrasound training into medical school curiculums
  • INSONATE: Geared towards those who are looking for hands-on experience with ultrasound and learning the basics of the machines
  • INNOVATE: Learn how Ultrasound plays a role in advancing technological advances in medicine!

Register NOW for Early Bird Pricing until June 30th on the website!

Teaching Ultrasound at the California School of the Deaf in Riverside!

UCI has had the incredible opportunity to teach ultrasound to the bright high school students over at the California School of the Deaf in Riverside. Thank you to Dr. Fischetti for spearheading the effort! Over the past 3 months, we taught POCUS basics on our portable Butterfly Ultrasounds, from viewing new bone breaks to PSL views of the heart to full bladders!  On our final session today, we also video chatted in a Deaf Physician specializing in Radiology to speak to the students about her journey. Most importantly, we wanted to relay to young students that no matter their background, a career in medicine is always within reach, and that there are many different ways to enter it, whether it be as a future Ultrasound Tech, a Mortician, or Doctor.