Congratulations to our Residents that presented at the Midwest Anesthesia Residents Conference...
Successful ASA medical student meet and greet. Thanks to our Resident Ambassadors of the Program!
Congratulations to the members of our department that were recognized with awards during the resident graduation event this past Saturday!
Congratulations to Dr. Alan Schurle who has been notified that he will receive the 2016 Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award. He was chosen for this award by the current third year class of the Pritzker School of Medicine on the basis of demonstrated professionalism and his stature as a role model to the medical students. Congratulations, Alan!
What a great representation at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Meeting in San Diego! Many residents attended and presented amazing scholarly work! Take a look at the list of our presentations here.
Congratulations to our residents who matched in their Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowships! Laura Gardner will be going down to Vanderbilt University, Michelle Tsao is taking a trek down the street to Northwestern Lurie Children’s Hospital, and Roshan Patel is staying on at University of Chicago! Way to go!
Big shout out to our residents who matched in their Pain Management Fellowships!
Go Atif and Ran! Dr. Atif Chowdhury has accepted a Regional Fellowship at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Dr. Ran Dai has accepted a Regional Fellowship at the University of California at San Diego! Read more about our ambulatory rotations here.
Big shout out to Dr. Shayamal Asher and Dr. Julius Hamilton on their recent Cardiac Anesthesia Fellowship Match! Shayamal will be going to Brigham and Women's Hospital and Julius is off to Emory University! Take a look at our cardiac anesthesiology opportunities here.
Congratulations to Dr. Todd Dodick & Dr. Ross Gaudet on their Critical Care Fellowship matches! Todd is off to Columbia University for combined cardiac and critical care fellowship and Ross is on his way to Massachusetts General Hospital! You can read more about our critical care opportunities here.