Fellowships

Simulation Fellowship

Sara Hock, MD

Sara Hock

Director of Residency Simulation

Sara Hock, MD graduated from University of Chicago Emergency Medicine Residency and the Cook County/Rush Simulation fellowship. She is an avid simulationist and likes developing new challenges for all levels of resident learners, and the opportunity for hands on teaching and learning in the simulation lab. Hock’s research interests involve evaluation of procedural skills in attending physicians and developing new ways of demonstrating and assessing procedural proficiency.

 

Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship

Michael Gottlieb, MD

Michael Gottlieb

Director of Emergency Ultrasound

Michael Gottlieb, MD, RDMS, is the Director of Emergency Ultrasound at Rush University Medical Center, as well as co-creator and Chief Academic Officer for the Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) Faculty Incubator. He is also the President-Elect for the AAEM Ultrasound Section and Secretary/Newsletter Editor for the ACEP Ultrasound Section. He has authored over 150 peer-reviewed publications, is a peer-reviewer for over 20 journals, Associate Editor for the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, Assistant Editor for the American Journal of Emergency Medicine, Decision Editor for Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training, Social Media Editor for Academic Emergency Medicine, Editor-in-Chief for the ALiEM Board Review e-book, and a nationally-recognized speaker. His academic interests include resident education, with a focus on ultrasound and procedural training.

 

Addiction Medicine Fellowship

Henry Swodoba, MD

Henry Swoboda

Director of Medical Toxicology

Henry Swoboda MD, is director of medical toxicology and co-director of the Substance Use Intervention Team at Rush. He is faculty in the Rush emergency medicine residency, Rush addiction medicine fellowship, and Toxikon Consortium medical toxicology fellowship. He hails from Wisconsin but took a hiatus to the east coast where he attended Amherst college, Brown medical school, and the Albert Einstein Medical Center emergency medicine residency in Philly. He returned to the Midwest to complete toxicology fellowship at the Toxikon Consortium and has been practicing in the Rush emergency department, addiction clinic, and inpatient consult setting since then.  Dr. Swoboda is excited to be practicing and teaching at Rush, the site of the nation’s first poison control center!