The Department of Anesthesiology’s 28th Annual Residents’ Day was its first in-person event since the COVID pandemic, and it was a huge success.
Congratulations to our Anesthesiology residents on their outstanding in-training examination results this year. The Clinical Anesthesia 2 (CA-2) class as a whole performed better than 90% of their CA-2 peers around the country.
Congratulations to three of our residents who were picked to present research at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting.
A fourth-year anesthesiology resident and neuroanesthesiology professor at UAMS presented a poster on the effects of two popular anesthesiology drugs on stroke patients at the Society for Neuroscience in Anesthesiology and Critical Care (SNACC) virtual annual meeting in September.
100% Amazing Congratulations to our 14 Clinical Anesthesia 2 (CA-2) residents on their 100% pass rate on the American Board of Anesthesiology Basic Exam – and to the many faculty and staff members whose dedication to resident education made this possible. These outstanding residents are Drs. Kevin Barkley, Daniel Bingham, Elizabeth Blankenship, Stephanie Kierstead, Paul […]
On January 18th and 19th, the North American Neuromodulation Society met to discuss advances in the fields of spinal cord, peripheral nerve, and deep brain stimulation for the treatment of chronic pain and other chronic diseases. Lauren Byers, APRN, won the nurse practitioner travel award for her presentation of dorsal root ganglion stimulation for persistent […]
Two UAMS Anesthesiology residents presented at The American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine (ASRA) Fall 2018 Conference: Patrick Page on the chronic treatment of Genitofemoral Neuralgia and Lawson Smith on a challenging case of discitis after an injection of allograft umbilical stem cells.
Simulation labs provide valuable hands-on learning opportunities for our students. This week Anesthesiology residents Tolga Suvar, M.D., Matt Williams, M.D., and Loren Guzman, M.D., taught third-year medical students during anesthesia simulations.