That’s a Wrap! Highlights from ASA 2018
Dr. Martucci Awarded NIH Grant for Chronic Pain Research
Duke Anesthesiology Wins Resident Quality Improvement Award
That’s a Wrap! Highlights from ASA 2017
Extreme Everest 2017: Reflections From a Scientific Expedition
That’s a Wrap! Highlights From ASA 2016
3rd Annual Singapore-Duke Conference
That’s a Wrap! Highlights from ASA 2015
We would like to recognize all of our faculty, residents, fellows and staff who have made this year’s American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Conference in San Diego a huge success! Duke Anesthesiology made a big impression at this year’s event with faculty and staff taking part in at least 79 general and special lectures, workshops and abstract presentations. Please join us in congratulating Dr. David Warner for receiving the FAER Anesthesiology Mentoring Excellence in Research Award and Dr. Browndyke for winning Best of Abstracts: Clinical Science.
Winter 2014 DIG Report: Michael Manning, MD, PhD
Cardiopulmonary Bypass-Induced Inflammatory Changes in the Atrial Wall: The Novel Role for Cardiac Chymase produced Angiotensin II in the Development of Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial fibrillation is a common complication following cardiac surgery because of the use of the heart-lung machine. Previously, it has been very difficult to make advances in treating this complication because of our inability to reproduce atrial fibrillation in animals, thereby hindering our ability to study what factors are the root causes of its development.
Winter 2014 DIG Report: Steve Melton, MD
Neurointerventional Regional Anesthesia to Improve Hand Rehabilitation in Stroke
Collaboration between investigators from anesthesiology, physical therapy, neurology, and the Brain Imaging and Analysis Center continues as planned. Having completed manuscripts related to our preliminary fMRI investigation in healthy, human subjects, our current focus is on translating data from this work to the current project in stroke-affected individuals.