Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School


Welcome to the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Page

The Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound is a one-year program designed to solidify basic ultrasound skills attained in residency and develop expertise in advanced applications. Heavy emphasis is placed on providing the fellow with the tools necessary to become successful administrators, researchers and educators in Emergency Ultrasound. Fellows graduating from our program will be capable of starting a full-scale ultrasound program and / or fellowship in an academic or community setting.

After several years of building a foundation and developing a presence within our institution we created the Division of Emergency & Critical Care ultrasound. The division has developed many strategic interdepartmental alliances and is rapidly becoming the face of point of care ultrasound within the institution. The fellow will play a vital role within the division furthering its reputation as a center of excellence while gaining invaluable administrative expertise.

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital is located in New Brunswick, NJ. This is an Urban Emergency Department that sees 75,000+ adult patients and 15,000 pediatric patients per-year. It is a 610-bed hospital that provides care to a high acuity diverse patient population.

Dr. Chris Bryczkowski is Chief of the Division of Emergency & Critical Care and Councillor for the ACEP Section of Emergency Ultrasound.