Dr. Markowitz will work closely with other senior leaders in the Anesthesiology Department, with University and Health System leaders, and with others who are leading initiatives to transform our institutional culture.
Dr. Njoku will work closely with other senior leaders in the Anesthesiology Department, with Hospital and University leaders in St. Louis Children’s Hospital, and with institutional leaders in BJC and Washington University School of Medicine broadly.
As medical schools across the country work to address systemic racism in medicine and foster more inclusive communities, one new initiative aims to increase diversity and advance anti-racism in academic anesthesiology.
Dr. Baron Chanda received a grant from the NINDS to to study cells’ ion channels as potential targets for new drugs to treat disorders affecting the brain, heart and muscles.
The department received over $16.1 million in federal funding from the NIH, and six faculty ranked in the top 50 for total NIH funding to individual anesthesia principal investigators.
It is with a mixture of pride and sadness that we bid our friend and colleague Dr. Anshuman Sharma farewell as he leaves Washington University to take up an exciting new leadership opportunity.
Dr. Bowen will join Dr. Emmert in recruitment, education, and mentoring Cardiothoracic Anesthesia fellows.
The Nurse Anesthesia program at the Goldfarb School of Nursing celebrated its Commencement virtually on Saturday, December 19, 2020.
Brian was presented with this award from the Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College for his outstanding service to the College, the academic profession, and the community.
Dr. Zoller will work closely with the WUDA and BJH Perioperative leadership in supporting clinical staff to promote safety, quality, and efficiency in perioperative care.