Dr. Schonberger's clinical work is in the Section of Cardiac Anesthesia where he cares for patients undergoing cardiothoracic procedures at Yale-New Haven Hospital and teaches residents and fellows in their intraoperative care. In his NIH-funded research, he has used large-scale databases to study topics including the anesthetic care of elderly adults and the role of anesthesiologists in improving longitudinal cardiovascular risk-factor recognition and treatment among surgical patients. Dr. Schonberger also serves as the PI for Yale's T32 Training Grant in Anesthesiology through which he engages in mentoring the next generation of physician-scientists and early-career investigators and endeavors to create a strongly collaborative and cross-disciplinary training environment with faculty from across the medical school. Dr. Schonberger is also the site PI for Yale's participation in the Multicenter Perioperative Outcomes Group (MPOG) consortium which is dedicated to engaging large-scale EHR resources to enhance research and quality improvement in anesthesiology. Other interests include 1) novel methods of extra corporeal circulation, 2) clinical informatics, and 3) methods of reducing and treating microembolic events in several clinical scenarios including cardiopulmonary bypass and ECMO.
|IMPACT Award||International Anesthesia Research Society||2019|