We are delighted to announce that over the past few months, we have had five new faculty additions to the Division of Pediatric Anesthesiology. Please take a moment to read about each of these talented individuals—and welcome them to the Department of Anesthesiology and the Division of Pediatric Anesthesiology.
Jaclyn Altshuler, MD
Dr. Altshuler completed her Pediatric Anesthesiology fellowship at St. Louis Children’s Hospital/Washington University School of Medicine. She completed her residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Her interests include: neonatal, regional and fetal anesthesia, cardiac cath lab, and resident and fellow education with a focus on oral board preparation and simulation training.
Tamanna Chang, MD
Dr. Chang completed her Anesthesiology residency training here at Washington University in St. Louis and continued on to complete her Pediatric Anesthesiology fellowship training at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Clinically, her interests include regional anesthesia and perioperative pain management.
Megan Dewey, MD
Dr. Dewey completed her Pediatric Anesthesiology fellowship and residency training here at St. Louis Children’s Hospital/Washington University School of Medicine. She served as chief resident from 2020-2021. As a clinician, Dr. Dewey has an interest in liver transplant, regional, and fetal anesthesia. She also has interest in the cardiac cath lab, and in resident/fellow education, specifically in simulation training and curriculum development.
Benjamin Sanofsky, MD
Dr. Sanofsky completed his Pediatric Anesthesiology fellowship training at Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital/Stanford University School of Medicine. Prior to his fellowship training, he completed his residency at the University of Vermont. Dr. Sanofsky has an interest in the perioperative care of patients with regional peripheral nerve blocks, as well as clinical research related to non-pharmacologic approaches to improving perioperative care with the hope of better understanding the potential to meaningfully integrate music in medicine.
Joshua Spiro, MD
Dr. Spiro completed his Pediatric Anesthesiology fellowship training at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Prior to his fellowship training, he completed his residency at The University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Spiro’s clinical interests include: perioperative care for patients receiving liver transplants and regional anesthesia.