The Department of Anesthesiology offers opportunities for advanced training with ACGME accredited fellowship programs in Pain Medicine and in Critical Care Anesthesia, as well as a one-year instructor position with special focus on training in regional anesthesia.
The Fellowship in Pain Medicine, directed by Lynn Kohan, M.D., accepts five fellows annually. Pain fellows work with our multidisciplinary team at the Pain Management Center. The Center is the recent recipient of the American Pain Society Center of Excellence designation.
Apply to the Pain Medicine Fellowship.
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The Critical Care Fellowship, directed by Stuart Lowson, MBBS, accepts one fellow annually. The Critical Care Fellow works in the Intensive Care Units of University Hospital, including the Nerancy Neuro ICU, Medical ICU, Pediatric ICU, Newborn ICU, Surgical Trauma ICU, Thoracic-Cardiovascular Postoperative ICU, and the Surgical Trauma Burn ICU.
Apply to the Critical Care Fellowship.
Regional Anesthesia Instructorship
The Department of Anesthesiology offers a non-accredited, one year fellowship in regional anesthesia, under the direction of Ashley M. Shilling, M.D., Co-Director of the Regional Anesthesia Division in the Department. One position per year is available.
The regional fellow holds an appointment as Instructor in the Department of Anesthesiology and works one day per week as an OR generalist. In order to apply for this position, see Faculty employment on our Employment page.
Medical Simulation Research and Education
The Department of Anesthesiology offers a one year Fellowship in Simulation Education and Research at our 22,000 sq. ft state-of-the-art Clinical Performance Education Center. The fellow is directly supervised by Dr. Keith Littlewood, Assistant Dean, Clinical Skills Education, Co-Director, Medical Simulation Center, Vice-Chair for Education, Department of Anesthesiology. The Education fellow holds an appointment as Instructor in the Department of Anesthesiology, with the assignment of one day per week as a generalist in the OR.