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Critical Care Anesthesiology Fellowship

S. Veena Satyapriya, MD


The Department of Anesthesiology is now providing fellowship training in critical care medicine. The program will accept two candidates per annum. We are looking for capable, energetic and enthusiastic candidates.

Our program has a wealth of clinical material as highlighted below:

  • Forty-four surgical intensive care beds in University Hospital where advanced, complicated care is provided to trauma, burn, neurosurgical, vascular, general surgery, orthopedic and other subspecialty patients.
  • At the adjacent Ross Heart Hospital, we care for 30 universal beds; 12-15 of these beds have critically ill patients at any time.
  • We also have very active programs in extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) and left ventricular assist devices (LVAD).
  • Our new $850 million, 700-bed cancer hospital will be completed in 36 months and will add to our intensive care mission.

We have broad research opportunities in both basic science and clinical trials. The department has two principle investigators with NIH R-01 grants, and now has over $4 million in research funding. We expect each candidate to complete a clinical research endeavor with a mentor.

The Department of Anesthesiology has five critical care anesthesiologists who work with seven critical care surgical intensivists to support the surgical critical care mission. Also, the department’s relationship with the College of Medicine is outstanding and one of the elective rotations will be in the medical intensive care unit.


Any interested candidates should submit an application to Taylor Stein.

Meet the Critical Care Anesthesiology Fellows

Learn more about the background and future plans of our critical care anesthesiology Fellows.