Associate Residency Program Director, Emergency Medicine; Assistant Clinical Professor - Emergency Medicine & Critical Care Medicine; Director of Emergency Ultrasound; Co-Director, Pre-Clerkship Ultrasound
Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Saint Louis, Missouri
Kene Chukwuanu, MD, FAAEM, is an emergency medicine trained-intensivist from St. Louis, Missouri. He completed his undergraduate studies and medical school at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He completed residency in emergency medicine at Saint Louis University (SLU), where he was also Chief Resident, followed by a Medical Education Fellowship at SLU. He then completed a Multidisciplinary Critical Care Medicine Fellowship at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville, Florida. He is board certified in both emergency medicine and critical care medicine.
Currently, Dr. Chukwuanu is the Associate Residency Program Director and Director of Emergency Ultrasound in the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Saint Louis University. He also is Co-Director of Pre-Clerkship Ultrasound for the SLU School of Medicine, where he has helped lead a vertical integration of point of care ultrasound education within the clinical skills curriculum and the core clerkships. Dr. Chukwuanu is clinically active in both emergency medicine and critical care medicine at SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital and is also an intensivist at SSM Health DePaul Hospital, a community hospital, in St. Louis. His clinical and academic interests include point of care ultrasound education, cardiac arrest, shock, and ARDS.