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Stony Brook Anesthesiology in the News

updated 01-Nov-2018
Dr. Rushir Gupta has edited a Board Exam Review book. [Read more]
The Dental Anesthesiology Residency is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. [Read more]
Dr. Amit Kaushal is a new faculty member in our department. [Read more]
Dr. Ellen Steinberg was invited to serve on the New York State Maternal Mortality Review Board. [Read more]
Dr. Jun Lin was awarded a Peter T. Rowley Breast Cancer Grant. [Read more]
Dr. Michelino Puopolo was awarded a grant from the Department of Defense. [Read more]
Dr. Ronald Jasiewicz presented "Let’s Ventilate: Pediatric Advanced Airway Management" at Stony Brook's Pediatric Trauma Symposium. [Read more]
Resident Dr. Minyi Tan was quoted in an article in the August edition of Newsday's Health Link. [Read more]
Dr. Francis Stellaccio was named a Fellow of the American Society of Anesthesiologists. [Read more]
Resident Dr. Ehab Al Bizri received recognition from the ABA for his outstanding performance on the 2018 Basic Exam. [Read more]
Dr. Ruchir Gupta was promoted to Associate Professor. [Read more]
Joseph Gnolfo III, CRNA, Chief Nurse Anesthetist, completed his DNP from SUNY Buffalo. [Read more]
Dr. Ruchir Gupta has been named an Associate Editor of Perioperative Medicine. [Read more]
Dr. Srinivas Pentyala was promoted to Professor. [Read more]
Sarah Adamo, a student from Smithtown High School West who has been doing research in the lab of Dr. James P. Dilger, won First Award in the Animal Sciences category at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Pittsburgh. [Read more]
Dr. Ramon Abola was promoted to Clinical Associate Professor. [Read more]
Michael Roizen, MD was this year's Keynote Speaker for the Peter Glass Academic Research Evening. [Read more]
A figure from the article "Triple S-Phase Labeling of Dividing Stem Cells" by Dr. Grigori Enikolopov and his colleagues Drs. Oleg Podgorny, Natalia Peunova and June-Hee Park was selected for the cover illustration of the February 2018 issue of the journal Stem Cell Reports. [Read more]
Dr. Srinivas Pentyala's research in 3-D printed bone scaffolds was featured in an article "3D Cultured Osteoblasts in a Peptide Soup Change Everything" in Orthopedics This Week. [Read more]
Dr. Rany Makaryus' article on "Anesthesia with Dexmedetomidine and Low-dose Isoflurane Increases Solute Transport via the Glymphatic Pathway in Rat Brain When Compared with High-dose Isoflurane" was featured in the ASA Newsletter and in the "This Month in Anesthesiology" section of the Journal. [Read more]
With $8.2 million in direct costs, our department ranked #4 among US Anesthesiology Departments in NIH support in 2017!
Dr. Joy Schabel has been elected as an Associate Member of the Association of University Anesthesiologists (AUA). [Read more]
Dr. T.J. Gan was elected as a Council Member of the Association of Academic Anesthesiology Chairs. [Read more]
CA-1 Resident Leif Ericksen was the lead author of the monograph “Enhanced Surgical Recovery: From Principles to Standard of Care.” [Read more]
Dr. Joshua Dubnau was awarded $3,592,892 from the National Institute on Aging for his project, “A Systems Approach to Uncover Upstream Activators and Common Downstream Pathways of Neurodegeneration in a Drosophila Model.” [Read more]
Dr. Grigori Enikolopov was awarded $3,201,552 from the National Institute on Aging for his project, “Nitric oxide-mediated changes in glymphatic and CSF systems in aging and Alzheimer’s disease.” [Read more]
The research of resident Kseniya Khmara, MD regarding measurement of CO2 in infants was featured in an article in Anesthesia News.
Six of our current residents are authors on recently published papers: Dr. Ehab Al-Bizri (CA-1), Dr. Gina Chen and Dr. Ryan Cheung (DA-2), Dr. Duran Mitchell (PGY-1), Dr. Justin Smith (CA-3) and Dr. Demetri Adrahtas (CA-2).
Three of our CA-3 Residents, Drs. Adrian Fischl, Richard Thalappillil and Ethan Kim have matched for Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology Fellowships for 2018-2019. [Read more]
Dr. Srinivas Pentyala was awarded a grant from the Applied Research & Development Program on "Synthetic Osteogenic Peptide for Treatment of Osteoporosis". [Read more]
Dr. Michelino Puopolo and Dr. Ramon Abola were named Associate Editors for BMC Anesthesiology Section on General Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics. [Read more]
The 2017 IARS (International Anesthesia Research Society) abstract of Stony Brook medical student Ryan Lamm and CA-2 Resident Dr. Kseniya Khmara working with Dr. Thomas Floyd was selected as a Kosaka Best of Meeting Abstract Awards Finalist in Scholars Abstract. [Read more]
Mark F. Newman, MD was the keynote speaker at the 2017 Peter S.A. Glass Academic Research Evening.
Martin Kaczocha, PhD has been named an Inaugural winner of the "Young Academic Inventor's Award" by the Stony Brook chapter of the National Academy of Inventors. [Read more]
Ana Costa, MD has been elected to Donoho Academy of Clinical and Educational Scholars (ACES) as a Junior Member. [Read more]
With $6.4 million in direct costs, our department ranks #6 among US Anesthesiology Departments in NIH support in 2016!
CA-2 Resident Kseniya Khmara, MD was selected as the first prize winner of the American Academy of Pediatrics John J. Downes Resident Research Award!
Department members made more than 35 presentations at the 2016 annual meeting of the New York State Society of Anesthesiologists.
Department members made more than 30 presentations at the 2016 annual meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists.
Dr. Elliott Bennett-Guerrero has been awarded a grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute for his proposal "VO2 Max: In Vivo Model for Functional Red Cell Testing. Can RECESS be explained?"
Dr. Joshua Dubnau joined the department as a professor in the Research Division.
Dr. Jun Lin was awarded a TRO (Targeted Research Opportunities) Walk for Beauty grant "Effects of Volatile Anesthetics vs Intravenous Anesthetic on Breast Cancer Metastasis in Animal Models" for $25,000 plus $10,000 in departmental matching funds.
Dr. Michelino Puopolo received a $25,000 grant from the Hartman Center for Parkinson’s Research: “Pathophysiology of Pain in Parkinson’s Disease.”
Dr. Thomas Floyd and his collaborators at the University of Pennsylvania were awarded a Research Project Cooperative grant from the NIH for $5.98 million: "Spinal Fiber Optic Monitoring".
Dr. Joy Schabel received the 2016 Teacher of the Year Award in May at the annual Society For Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology meeting.