There is no escape. Left to Right: Katie Kanter, Sandra O’Buckley, Zachary Smothers, Scott Scarneo, Dr Xin Zhang, Julia Kozlowski, Dr Andrea Nackley, Fun at the end of a long day: 37th annual APS meeting, Anaheim, CA. From left to right: Scott Scarneo, Dr Andrea Nackley, Zachary Smothers, Dr Yong Chen, Dr Xin Zhang, and
In the latest Duke Anesthesiology Residency Education blog, Dr. Ankeet Udani answers a student’s question about early preparations that may increase his chances of studying anesthesia at Duke.
A Duke Anesthesiology team that took part in the “Get Moving Challenge” is featured in Duke Today for having one of the most creative team names – the Red Hot Chili Steppers!
Duke Anesthesiology’s Ken Childs followed his passion for sliding sports all the way to the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. Duke Today caught up with Childs and two other Dukies to ask them about their XXIII Olympic Winter Games experiences.
A: I am sure you will receive lots of advice on how to best prepare for a career in anesthesiology, beginning with residency. At Duke, we are looking for residents who are passionate about anesthesiology and will lead our field into the future.
Congratulations to Alina Nicoara, MD, FASE, on being named an “AWEsome Woman” by the Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists – a designation that recognizes prominent women in the field of cardiovascular anesthesiology who exhibit the society’s values.