As featured on WNCN-TV, Duke anesthesiologist Dr. Richard Moon shares his expertise about the dangers of carbon monoxide and the increased risk of exposure during winter weather.
Congratulations to Miriam M. Treggiari, MD, PhD, MPH, of Yale University, on being named the department’s vice chair for research in which she will develop an interdisciplinary strategy and lead efforts to grow, promote, and support research and scholarship of programs.
Congratulations to Wei Yang, PhD, on being awarded a five-year, $2,012,500 renewal grant from the National Institutes of Health to further study the role of the unfolded protein response in stroke outcomes.
Congratulations to Drs. Kamrouz Ghadimi and Anne Cherry on being named the director and assistant director of the department’s Clinical Research Unit in which they will oversee the unit’s protocols and provide an innovative approach to the conduct of research.
Congratulations to Annemarie Thompson, MD, on being named the associate vice chair for program development in which she will identify, support, grow, and optimize innovative new programs for the department in perioperative, critical care and pain medicine.
Congratulations to Michael Kent, MD, MSQM, on being named the associate vice chair for perioperative informatics in which he will be responsible for executing the department’s data strategy in support of operations, education, research, and quality/safety.
Congratulations to Katherine Martucci, PhD, on receiving a 2022 Research Incubator Award from the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences to study how opioid medications change brain activity in patients with chronic pain.
In a special article published in Anesthesiology, Duke Anesthesiology’s Dr. Evan Kharasch (first author) introduces the groundbreaking new concept of a prescription opioid ecosystem to combat the opioid crisis and the opioid paradox.
It is with profound sadness that we inform you about the passing of a beloved member of our Duke Anesthesiology family and one of Duke’s most distinguished faculty, Dr. David S. Warner.
The Chronicle follows up with the recipient of the historic transplant performed at Duke and interviews Dr. Sharon McCartney, cardiothoracic anesthesiologist and intensivist who assisted in the procedure.