Dr. Kropa joined the Family Medicine Department and the Sports Medicine Division at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson in 2016. She attended medical school at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson before moving to Philadelphia to complete a Family Medicine Residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. While there she was elected Chief Resident in her third year. She remained at Jefferson to pursue a Sports Medicine Fellowship before returning back to NJ. She currently practices Sports Medicine and Primary Care while also participating in educational programs for medical students, residents and fellows and serves as an assistant team physician for Rutgers Athletics.
Dr. Morton joined the family medicine department as sports medicine faculty in 2007. He participates in the musculoskeletal education of the family medicine residents and also the 3rd year medical students during their family medicine clerkship. He serves as assistnat team physician for Rutgers Athletics. Dr. Morton also aids in the supervision of the primary care sports medicine fellows as they treat athletes at the high school and collegiate level. He graduated from the Rutgers-RWJ Family Medicine Residency program in 2006 and subsequently completed the primary care sports medicine fellowship at the same program in 2007. Undergraduate and medical school education was completed at Lehigh University and Howard University College of Medicine respectively. Special interest include all levels of athletics, particularly football.
Dr. Womack has been director of the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship since 2014 and on faculty in the department of family medicine since 2008. He graduated from Rutgers University and attended medical school at Rutgers - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School where he was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honors Society. Dr. Womack pursued a residency in family medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA, and was elected chief resident. He returned to Rutgers - Robert Wood Johnson for fellowship in sports medicine prior to being recruited as faculty.Currently, Dr. Womack is actively involved in the education of students, residents, and fellows, and serves as the Assistant Team Physician at Rutgers University, in addition to his other clinical responsibilities of sports medicine and primary care.
Dr. Steinlight is currently a team and staff physician at Princeton University in the University Health Services department. Dr. Steinlight treats both the student athlete and general student population for musculoskeletal and general medical concerns.
Dr. Steinlight received her undergraduate education at Indiana University. She pursued her MS at Rutgers-Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in 2002 and subsequently her MD at Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School in 2006. She completed residency training in family medicine at the University Of Pennsylvania and then returned to New Jersey for fellowship. She completed her fellowship at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson in 2010.
Dr. Krystofiak joined RWJBarnabas Health and has been working with Rutgers Athletics since 2018. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health at Rutgers - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJMS). He graduated from Rutgers University and attended Ross University School of Medicine where he graduated with honors. He completed his residency in Family Medicine at Rutgers - RWJMS. During residency, he served as chief resident and received the Gold Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award. He is fellowship-trained in Sports Medicine at the same institution. Dr. Krystofiak currently serves as Assistant Team Physician for Rutgers Athletics and is also the Medical Director for Sky Blue FC. Dr. Krystofiak is involved in the education of medical students, residents, and fellows.