Duke Anesthesiology Residency Program Ranks Among Nation’s Top Five

Doximity 2021-2022 - Duke Anesthesiology Residency Program

We’re proud to announce that our Duke Anesthesiology Residency Program has once again been ranked among the top five residency programs (by reputation) in our specialty, nationwide. Specifically, we have maintained our #5 ranking, as revealed by Doximity’s 2021-2022 Residency Navigator.

Our program has also, once again, been ranked #1 in the region (south) and #1 in the state of North Carolina. 

Each year, Doximity and US News & World Report collaborate to collect residency program reputation rankings across 28 specialties, nationwide. The reputation component is powered by Doximity’s annual Residency Nomination Survey. Residency Navigator is a comprehensive residency program directory (including more than 4,000 residency programs) used by approximately 90-percent of graduating fourth-year medical students.

We’d like to extend our congratulations and gratitude to everyone within our department who works hard every day in support of our program and residents.

Stacey HiltonDuke Anesthesiology Residency Program Ranks Among Nation’s Top Five
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Dr. James Appointed to Duke Leadership Roles

Michael L. James, MD, FAHA, FNCSWe are pleased to announce the appointment of Duke Anesthesiology’s Michael “Luke” James, MD, FAHA, FNCS, to the position of assistant vice chancellor for Duke-NUS Research. This position will assist the vice chancellor of Duke-NUS Affairs by providing support and oversight for building research partnerships and collaborations with Duke-NUS. He will have a coordinate appointment as assistant dean in the Duke-NUS Office of Academic and Clinical Development, which oversees joint activities between Duke-NUS and SingHealth.

James will work with Dr. Edward Buckley, vice chancellor for Duke-NUS Affairs, to identify areas of key strategic overlap between Duke Health and the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Center; construct specific, collaborative platforms for building alignment; and create programs to support, resource and execute these new collaborative efforts. In addition, we want to continue to foster individual- and center/departmental-level collaboration both formally through existing platforms and informally by facilitating productive conversations.

As the partnership between Duke and Duke-NUS matures, we look forward to working with James to take advantage of the many opportunities available.

Source: (June 22, 2021) Duke University School of Medicine Announcement

Stacey HiltonDr. James Appointed to Duke Leadership Roles
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