We have almost 60 residents in our training program and offer fellowships in ambulatory, cardiac, pediatrics, obstetrics, regional, intensive care and pain management.
The Department of Anesthesia, founded in 1968, quickly established itself as a national leader in academics as well as clinical anesthesiology and resident education. Over the past four decades, we have grown dramatically both in the volume and scope of anesthetic practice. That growth saw a concurrent expansion of both medical education programs and research activities in the basic, translational and clinical realms.
Anesthesiology is part of the required curriculum for all third-year medical students. In addition, the Department continues to maintain a strong presence in the entire medical school...
The areas of research interest in Anesthesiology encompass both “traditional” areas of anesthesia research, and new areas of science and medicine.