Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship

Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Program

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

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.

The Division of Emergency & Critical Care Ultrasound, led by Dr. Christopher Bryczkowski has rapidly become the face of point of care ultrasound within the institution. Our Mission is to serve as a center of excellence in clinical ultrasound, research, training, and education. This occurs within and outside of our department as we have been very successful in forming strategic alliances and collaborating with other specialties in the medical group. The ultrasound fellow plays a vital role in helping to carry out these missions while gaining invaluable administrative expertise.

We are recruiting and interviewing for the upcoming academic season. Please click here to apply: EUS Fellowship Application

I look forward to answering any questions you may have after reviewing our brochure. Our coordinator, Nirali Kelly, can be contacted at 732-235-4296 or parikhni@rwjms.rutgers.edu, and is always available to answer any of your questions.

  Christopher Bryczkowski, MD

  Ultrasound Fellowship Director