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.
Drs. Thomas Buchheit and Thomas Van de Ven publish manuscripts that examine post-amputation care models and inflammatory mediators in amputees with implications for future non-opioid therapies.
The recent launch of an initiative from Duke Anesthesiology’s Perioperative Enhancement Team gains national attention for its efforts to improve patients’ glucose control before surgery to enhance outcomes.
Known for her devotion to teaching, Dr. Nancy Knudsen steps down from her role at Duke’s Surgical Intensive Care Unit to pursue a career in medical student education.
Congratulations to Dr. Ankeet Udani, one of five co-investigators on a team led by Dr. Jennie De Gagne, for receiving a grant to develop interprofessional cybercivility modules.
Regional anesthesiologist, Lance Roy, MD, provides his insight about the benefits of using implanted pumps in an article titled, “New (and Old) Ways to Battle Pain.”
An editorial published by the journal of the Alzheimer’s Association highlights the MADCO-PC study presented by Dr. Miles Berger at the New York Academy of Sciences.
Congratulations to Wei Yang, PhD, and his co-investigators for receiving a $1.7 million grant to determine the roles of endoplasmic reticulum stress and the unfolded protein response in stroke.
Learn more about this case that illustrates a rare and dramatic example of the use of TEE in goal-directed therapy and visualizing real-time improvement of hemodynamics.
Jerrold Levy, MD, co-authors a study of the effects of hemodilution, titled “A Step Toward Balance: Thrombin Generation Improvement via Procoagulant Factor and Antithrombin Supplementation.”
View the highlights and snapshots from Duke Anesthesiology’s 18th annual conference, “Controversies in Perioperative Medicine,” which took place “back home” for the first time in 18 years! And, learn what’s in store for 2018.
Congratulations to Drs. Holly Muir, Gavin Martin and Jeffrey Gadsden for being appointed to new positions within Duke Anesthesiology and at the University of Southern California!
An article spotlighting students who earned a degree in the "business of health care," features Duke Anesthesiology’s Dr. Madhav Swaminathan, a graduate of this very program.
The medical director of Duke Anesthesiology’s Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Environmental Physiology publishes research that finds immersion pulmonary edema may cause swimming deaths during triathlons.
The New England Journal of Medicine cites a paper written by Drs. Kamrouz Ghadimi, Jerrold Levy and Ian Welsby in a breakthrough article about the reversal agent, Andexanet Alfa.