Vonzella A. Bryant, MD
Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Dept of Emergency Medicine

MD, University of Pittsburgh

Vonzella Bryant, MD is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at the Boston University School of Medicine. She has over 20 years as an Attending Physician. She is the clerkship director of medical students rotating in the emergency department at Boston Medical Center. Vonzella has presented on increasing diversity in emergency medicine at multiple national conferences. Because of her work being on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, she earned a spot on the US News & World Report list of “Hospital Heros” with Drs. Fauci and Gupta and selected to be a Celtics “Hero Among Us” and “Hero of the Match” for the New England Revolution. She is Vice President of Operations of New England Medical Association (NEMA) which serves as the collective voice of black physicians in the New England area.

Assistant Dean
Boston University School of Medicine
Student Affairs

2002 Resident Ultrasound Award
2001 Save of the Month Award
1998 National Medical Fellowship: Scholarship Award
1997 National Medical Fellowship: Scholarship Award

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  1. Bryant, V. Always Consider an Upper GI Source for Rectal Bleeding. Emergency Medicine News. 2002; 24(10):28.
  2. Bryant, V. Airway resuscitation in trauma patients in Pennsylvania from 1990-1999: Outcomes for patients with esophageal intubations.

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