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Vonzella Bryant is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at the Boston University School of Medicine. She has worked about 20 years as an Attending Physician. Dr. Bryant has a passion for and has given multiple national lectures on increasing diversity in the field of medicine and advocating for healthcare equity. Dr. Bryant is ... committed to improving the learning and work environment including facilitating national microaggression bystander training workshops. 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), an affiliate of the National Medical Association, which serves as the collective voice of black physicians in the New England area.
Administrative TitleEM Director Undergraduate Medical Education , Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Boston University Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
ResidencyMedical College of Pennsylvania 2003
Special InterestsMedical Education, DEI
ResearchDEI, Health care disparities
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