Residents And Others Honored At 2016 MARC

April 10, 2016

The 2016 Midwest Anesthesia Residents Conference (MARC) was held this past weekend in Minneapolis at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis Hotel. Congratulations to all of our presenters, and to these individuals who were honored by the MARC judges:

Brad Biegler, MD  Cardiovascular -1st Place
Zhe Chen, MD Airway -1st Place
Matt Eagles, MD Neuro -3rd Place
Jaudat Mahmood, MD General-3rd Place
Aisan Raisdana, MD Cardiovascular -2nd Place
Vidhi Srivastava, MD Critical Care -3rd Place
Jillian Stariha, BS
Clinical Research -1st Place
Rachel Waldinger, MD
OB -1st Place

 

Residents Present At ASRA Meeting

April 4, 2016

Departmental presentations at the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine’s Annual Meeting in New Orleans this past week:

ASRA Meeting 2016  ASRA Meeting 2016

Abstract: 1258 
Medically Challenging Cases
Spinal cord stimulation as a novel approach to the treatment of refractory neuropathic pain from sacral decubitus ulcer
Jessica Albasha, DO, Syed Quadri, DO

Abstract: 1521 
Medically Challenging Cases
Management of Unintentional Neuraxial Block from Lumbar Paravertebral Block
Ankur Manvar, MD, Rachel Waldinger, MD, Christopher Chiang, MD

Abstract: 1680 
Scientific abstract: Emerging technology
Utilization of immersive 360 degree spherical videos for regional blocks: a novel and multi-dimensional way of learning
Shoeb Mohiuddin, MD, Daniel Roshan, MD, Rahul Guha, MD, Christopher Chiang, MD

Abstract 1372
Medical Challenging Case
Role of Epidural in Fistulotomy
Daniel Roshan, Md, Rena Beckerly, MD
 
Abstract: 1399
Scientific Abstract: Chronic Pain
The Potential Protective Effects of Pioglitazone on Nucleus Pulposus Cells
Daniel Roshan, MD, Shoeb Mohiuddin, MD, Khalid Malik, MD, Doug Feinstein, Ph.D.

 

Dr. Gabriel Pollock Selected As A 2016 SEA-HVO Traveling Fellowship Recipient

March 23, 2016

Current Chief Resident Gabriel Pollock, MD has been selected as a recipient of the 2016 SEA-HVO Traveling Fellowship Award. The SEA-HVO Fellowship is co-sponsored by the Society for Education in Anesthesia and Health Volunteers Overseas. The Fellowship provides anesthesia residents the opportunity to improve anesthesia care in developing countries by teaching and mentoring their counterparts. Senior residents who have been approved after applying for a SEA-HVO Traveling Fellowship will spend three to four weeks teaching anesthesia in a developing country. The SEA-HVO Fellows will learn about diseases which are rare in the United States while also learning to communicate with people from different cultures. They will be exposed to the realities and constraints of delivering health care in an austere, resource-scarce environment. Fellows will function as teachers of anesthesia and as role models for the anesthesia students at the site. Congratulations, Gabe!

Class of 2020

March 22, 2016

We are proud to welcome and introduce our newest residents: the graduating class of 2020, six additions to our July CA-1 resident class, members of the graduating class of 2019, and 2 additions to our July CA-2 resident class, members of the graduating class of 2018:

Class of 2020

Class of 2020

Class of 2020

Class of 2020

Class of 2020