Academic and Clinical Excellence
The Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Vermont and The University of Vermont Medical Center has a long tradition of commitment to providing excellent, state-of-the-art patient care, education and opportunities for research. We train residents and teach medical students attending the UVM College of Medicine. Our faculty members are serving in national leadership positions for clinical care, research and teaching.
Our residents gain the skills and experience to manage all aspects of perioperative care, preparing them for independent practice as anesthesiologists. Read more about the Residency Program.
Robert Williams, M.D., is a co-investigator with researchers at Columbia University Medical Center on the $75,000 Carl Koller Memorial Research Grant from the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine to compare peri- operative safety between regional and general anesthesia for surgery in infants.
New & Notable
Vincent Miller, M.D., regularly teaches in the UVM Clinical Simulation Laboratory, and is conducting two research studies using medical simulation. One examines approaches to teaching and acquisition of airway management skills, and another compares placing an endotracheal tube to a laryngeal mask airway during a simulated cardiac arrest.
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