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Congratulations to resident Ben Cartwright, MD and faculty Boris Spektor, MD on their presentation acceptance of a medically challenging case ePoster entitled "Ultrasound Guided Phrenic Nerve Block to the Treatment of Persistent Postoperative Hiccups" at the ASRA Annual Regional Anesthesiology Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Alex S. Evers

Department of Anesthesiology invites you to the 2015 Crawford W. Long Lecture and Celebration of Science. This year's topic "Academic Anesthesiology in the 21Sst Century: Mission, Opportunity and Culture" will be presented by Alex S. Evers, MD, Henry E. Mallinckrodt Professor and Chair, Washington University School of Medicine. The events will take place on Monday, April 6th and Tuesday, April 7th. For more details, please review the calendar

 

WIG poster

Congratulations to Dr. Arnold Berry and the WIG group, whose poster submitted for the upcoming Quality Day has been selected for an award.
 
 

Faculty Spotlight

Congratulations to Dr. Jim Blum for being one of the authors of the USCIIT-PREP consensus manuscript that has been accepted by Critical Care Medicine. The title of the manuscript is "Development of a core clinical dataset to characterize serious illness, injuries, and resource requirements for acute medical responses to public health emergencies". 

Congratulations to Dr. Elizabeth Duggan whose article "Building a Peri-Operative Sleep Apnea Algorithm; Applying the Literature to your Practice" will be published in the September 2015 edition of "Journal of Bariatric Surgery".

Congratulations to Dr. Jim Blum, who was an invited lecturer at the 35th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISICEM) focused on the perioperative prevention of ARDS, held in Brussels, Belgium. 

Dr. Glas - triathlonCongratulations to Dr. Glas who placed first in her age group at the Bayfront Challenge Olympic distance triathlon in Homestead, FL March 2015!

Drs. Anne Lunney and Kasia Maziar presented a problem-based learning discussion at the most recent Society for Pediatric Anesthesiology conference in Phoenix, Az. The case was titled "Pain Management in a terminal patient with pelvic osteosarcoma: systemic medications, neuraxial anesthesia and ethical concerns."

Read more about our faculty members' achievements here.