Fellows may train in five distinct fellowship programs covering a range of subspecialties in anesthesiology
The department currently provides ACGME-approved fellowship training in Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, as well as fellowships in Regional Anesthesiology and Neuroanesthesiology.
About the Fellowship Programs
The Anesthesiology Department currently provides ACGME-approved one-year fellowship training in:
Anesthesiology Critical Care Medicine
The Anesthesiology Critical Care Medicine Fellowship is a one-year ACGME-accredited training opportunity with two positions. The program is focused on the management of critically ill patients admitted to our intensive care units, as well as supervision and training of residents.
This fellowship program offers training in all aspects of adult CT anesthesia including: heart and lung transplantation, mechanical circulatory support, minimally invasive techniques and ICU management.
The Pain Medicine fellowship program provides training in interventional pain management, acute and chronic pain management and cancer/palliative medicine.
Additional fellowship opportunities offered by the department include:
Regional Anesthesiology fellows learn to perform all forms of peripheral and neuraxial anesthetic techniques both single injections as well as continuous catheters.
The neuroanesthesiology program offers fellows experience in preoperative evaluation and intraoperative management of neurosurgical patients, neurophysiologic monitoring, postoperative ICU management and interventional neuroradiological treatment.