A review article by Ru-Rong Ji, PhD, is featured in the “Pain Research” issue for his study that investigates chronic inflammation and pain regulation by non-neuronal cells.
Duke Anesthesiology becomes the first in the nation to host a “Point-of-Care Ultrasound for the Perioperative Physician” course, proving to be an untapped asset for medical experts.
Congratulations to Drs. William Maixner and Paul Wischmeyer for being appointed as members of the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research Academy of Research Mentors in Anesthesiology.
Sven-Eric Jordt, PhD, and his co-investigators make headlines on CBS News and U.S. News & World Report for their discovery that an antibody can soothe the raging, nerve-driven itch from poison ivy.
Funding from Duke Anesthesiology’s DREAM Campaign helps researchers develop a strategy to stop uncontrollable itching - a discovery that could lead to treatments for those allergic to poison ivy.
Dr. Aurelio Alonso co-authors a study that compares different approaches to calculate airway volumes which can play a pivotal role in diagnosing patients with breathing disorders.
Congratulations to the three Duke Anesthesiology faculty members recognized for their past achievements and future potential for continued success as clinician-scientists in an inaugural program!
It was another successful ASA meeting for Duke Anesthesiology! Read the full recap and view snapshots from the alumni event and the first place finish at Run For The Warriors!
Congratulations to Miles Berger, MD, PhD, for being awarded the newly established William L. Young Neuroscience Research Award at the SNACC’s 44th annual meeting!
For the sixth year in a row, the Duke Anesthesiology team raises the most funds for the nonprofit, Hope For The Warriors, and medals at the annual Run For The Warriors 5K race!
Congratulations to the investigators who were awarded “Best of Abstracts: Clinical Science” at this year’s ASA meeting! Learn more about these studies that were featured in a special session.
Congratulations to Drs. Kamrouz Ghadimi and Ian Welsby for receiving a DREAM Innovation Grant for their cutting-edge research at this year’s Duke Anesthesiology alumni event!
Using a mouse bone-fracture model, two Duke Anesthesiology DIG recipients align with a renowned scientist in pain biology to investigate the connection between postoperative pain and cognitive dysfunction.
For those attending this year’s American Society of Anesthesiologists conference, stay connected by downloading the ASA My Meeting app, and also view our department’s ASA line-up.
Dr. Sven-Eric Jordt’s laboratory reveals research that he hopes will inform regulatory policies to curtail tobacco use and prevent children from becoming tobacco consumers.
Congratulations to Dr. Ru-Rong Ji and his co-investigators for receiving $100,000 to study a largely unaddressed challenge - how the transition from acute to chronic neuropathic pain occurs.