FAER Annual Report 2013 - American Society of Anesthesiologists

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FAER Annual Report 2013 - American Society of Anesthesiologists
Today’s Learners,
Tomorrow’s Leaders
2013/2014 ANNUAL REPORT
Today’s Learners,
Tomorrow’s Leaders
2013/2014 ANNUAL REPORT
SPECIAL NOTE
Great effort was made to include all contributors in this report and to ensure the accuracy of names and titles. If we have erred, please accept our
apologies and let us know so we may make corrections in the future.
ON THE COVER
Top row, from left: Jennifer Danielsson, MD, Columbia University, 2014 FAER Mentored Research Training Grant - Basic Science; Ankeet Udani, MD,
Duke University, 2013 FAER Research Fellowship Grant; Brittany Shrefler, 2013 Medical Student Anesthesia Research Fellowship; Armin Schubert, MD,
MBA, Ochsner Medical Center, Vice Chair for Programs, FAER Board of Directors; Andrew Hudson, MD, PhD, University of California Los Angeles, 2014
FAER Mentored Research Training Grant - Basic Science.
Bottom row, from left: Leif Saager, MD, Cleveland Clinic, 2014 FAER Mentored Research Training Grant - Health Services Research; Theresa Crowgey,
Duke University, 2013 FAER Medical Student Anesthesia Research Fellowship; Tony Gan, MD, Duke University; Susan Martinelli, MD, University of
North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2014 FAER Research in Education Grant; Charles Emala, MD, MS, Columbia University; Jonathan Pan, MD, PhD, University
of California San Francisco, 2014 Mentored Research Training Grant - Basic Science.
Milestone Moments
a LooK BacK at the 2013-14 acadeMic Year
THANK YOU! The community of supporters, volunteer leaders, researchers and trainees who have invested in research by
making donations to FAER are responsible for creating a better future for anesthesiology. Before we turn to celebrate the
anesthesiologists who received FAER funding in the 2014-15 academic year, we look back at the many accomplishments of
the 2013-14 academic year and thank everyone who helped make them possible.
2013 hiGhLiGhts
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Seventeen anesthesiologists received FAER grants totaling $2.4 million. With these awards, FAER’s all-time
funding surpassed $31 million.
•
$2 million in new funding from government and foundation grants was awarded to Rebecca Aslakson, MD,
PhD, assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University, who in 2013 completed work on her FAER-funded
Mentored Research Training Grant “Crafting a Palliative Care Intervention for Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Patients.”
•
Two anesthesiologists, May Hua, MD (Columbia University) and Robert Schonberger, MD (Yale University),
received the first-ever Mentored Research Training Grants in Health Services Research, supported by FAER
and the Anesthesia Quality Institute. The MRTG-HSR provides funding of $175,000 over two years to faculty
members who have completed anesthesiology residency within the past 10 years.
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The FAER Academy of Research Mentors in Anesthesiology marked its 10th anniversary in 2013 by welcoming
new members Michael Avidan, MBBCh, DA, FCASA; John F. Capacchione, MD; Jianren Mao, MD, PhD; Y. S.
Prakash, MD, PhD; Warren Sandberg, MD, PhD; Jay Yang, MD, PhD. The academy facilitates the development
of educational and research programs for junior faculty members, and it supports faculty members in
mentoring roles.
•
Fifty-six medical students participated in summer anesthesiology research fellowships through FAER’s Medical
Student Anesthesia Research Fellowship Program in 2013. 96% of those students would recommend the
program to peers.
•
The Resident Scholar Program, which started in 1989, celebrated its 25th anniversary. Over the past 25 years,
the program has allowed residents to experience academics, science and education through the perspective
of the American Society of Anesthesiologists annual meeting.
•
Twenty-two physician-investigators who have received FAER funding within the past 10 years had some level
of NIH funding in 2013 alone.
Paloma Toledo, MD, MPH; Kyle
Hannabass
May Hua, MD
Catherine Kuhn, MD; Amy Chu
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Aranya Bagchi, MD, BS
Mentored research traininG Grant - cLinicaL or transLationaL
Funding Future Leaders
The Mentored Research Training Grant – Clinical or Translational (MRTG-CT) is a two-year $175,000 grant for faculty
members who have completed their anesthesiology residency within the past 10 years. The MRTG-CT aims to develop the
skills and preliminary data anesthesiologists need to become independent investigators.
2014 Faer research Grant aWard reciPients
The Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research provides anesthesiology research grant funding in basic science,
clinical, translational, health services and education research. In 2014, 16 anesthesiologists representing 13 institutions
received FAER grants. The award funding exceeded $2.5 million, which is the highest amount FAER has ever awarded in a
single year.
Mentored research traininG Grant - Basic science
Heidi Smith, MD, MSCI
Vanderbilt University
Delirium in critically ill infants and
preschool-aged children: Bedside tool
validation, epidemiology and associated
outcomes
Mentor: Pratik P. Pandharipande, MD, MSCI
Anne Drewry, MD
Washington University in St. Louis
Impaired immunity in hypothermic septic
patients
Mentor: Richard S. Hotchkiss, MD
Mentored research traininG Grant - heaLth serVices research
The Mentored Research Training Grant – Basic Science (MRTG-BS) is a two-year $175,000 grant for faculty members who
have completed their anesthesiology residency within the past 10 years. The MRTG-BS aims to develop the skills and
preliminary data anesthesiologists need to become independent investigators.
Jennifer Danielsson, MD
Columbia University
Antagonism of the calcium-activated
chloride channel TMEM16A: A novel
target to treat bronchospasm
Mentor: Charles W. Emala, MD, MS
Matthew Pearn, MD
University of California San Diego
Anesthetic toxicity: RhoGTPases, growth
cone collapse, and axonal transport
Mentors: Piyush Patel, MD
William Mobley, MD, PhD
Andrew Hudson, MD, PhD
University of California Los Angeles
Network mechanisms of general
anesthesia
Mentors: Joshua T. Trachtenberg, PhD
Aman Mahajan, MD, PhD
Creed Stary, MD, PhD*
Stanford University
Preserving mitochondrial function
with microRNA-200c to improve stroke
outcome
Mentor: Rona G. Giffard, MD, PhD
Andrew McKinstry-Wu, MD
University of Pennsylvania
Top-down or bottom-up: Neuronal
mechanism of alkylphenol anesthesia
Mentor: Max B. Kelz, MD, PhD
Jochen Steppan, MD
Johns Hopkins University
The role of LOXL2 in vascular stiffness
Mentors: Dan E. Berkowitz, MD
Lakshmi Santhanam, PhD
Jonathan Pan, MD, PhD
University of California San Francisco
Dexmedetomidine renders
neuroprotection via modulation of
systemic and local immune responses
following rodent spinal cord injury
Mentors: Michael Beattie, PhD
Mervyn Maze, MB, ChB
Norman Taylor, MD, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital
The role of GABAergic and dopaminergic
neurons in the periaqueductal gray on
the descending inhibition of pain
Mentors: Emery N. Brown, MD, PhD
Ken Solt, MD
THANK YOU! FAER grants are made possible through the generous support of individual donors,
the ASA and its component societies, subspecialty societies,
departments and practice groups, and corporations.
The Mentored Research Training Grant – Health Services Research (MRTG-HSR) is a two-year $175,000 grant offered by
FAER and the Anesthesia Quality Institute (AQI). This grant provides funding for research and training in health services to
faculty members who are within 10 years of having completed anesthesiology residency.
Jonathan Wanderer, MD, Mphil
Vanderbilt University
Development of perioperative clinical
pathways: Protective lung ventilation
alerts for patients at risk of acute lung
injury
Mentors: Andrew D. Shaw, MB, FRCA,
FCCM, FFICM; Matthew D. McEvoy, MD
Leif Saager, MD
Cleveland Clinic
Development and validation of a
computer algorithm to detect artifact in
electronic databases
Mentors: Edward J. Mascha, PhD
Daniel I. Sessler, MD
Eric Sun, MD, PhD
Stanford University
The economics of chronic pain treatment
Mentors: Sean Mackey, MD, PhD
Jeremy D. Goldhaber-Fiebert, PhD
research in education Grant
research FeLLoWshiP Grant
The Research in Education Grant (REG) is a two-year
$100,000 grant available to faculty members of all ranks.
The REG is focused on developing innovative techniques
for anesthesia education.
The Research Fellowship Grant (RFG) is a one-year $75,000
grant available to anesthesiology residents after their
CA-1 year. The RFG is awarded in conjunction with clinical
training in an anesthesiology residency or fellowship.
Julian S. Bick, MD
Vanderbilt University
The impact of near real-time continuous
feedback during basic transesophageal
echocardiography training
Mentors: Matthew McEvoy, MD
Andrew Shaw, MD
Marcin Karcz, MD
University of Rochester
The role of antihistamines and nicotine
metabolites in cardioprotection
Mentors: Paul S. Brookes, PhD
Laurent G. Glance, MD
Susan M. Martinelli, MD
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Flipped classroom preferred over
traditional classroom in resident
education
Mentors: Kenneth D. Royal, PhD
Randall M. Schell, MD, MACM
For more information on FAER’s research grant
program, including 2015 funding opportunities, visit
FAER.org/research-grants.
*At the time of the FAER award, Dr. Stary also received additional extramural funding, which required him to decline the FAER grant.
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Teaching Today’s Learners
MedicaL student ProGraMs
Year-LonG FeLLoWshiP ProGraM
resident ProGraMs
The year-long medical student fellowship is for those who
would like to spend a year focusing on anesthesiology
research and receive additional training, and who have
completed their core clinical rotations but have not yet
graduated.
Residency training and all that it encompasses provides
the foundation for a lifelong career of learning,
advancement and success. FAER offers several programs
and opportunities dedicated to residents. Our goal is to
provide anesthesiology trainees with experiences that
expose them to the latest scientific knowledge, and to
provide funding that supports significant training in
research techniques and scientific methods.
By providing fellowships to medical students with
an interest in anesthesiology and research, FAER
aims to expand the scientific talent in the specialty.
FAER’s Medical Student Anesthesia Research
Fellowships provide funding to support medical
students over a summer — or a year — in focusing
on anesthesiology research, training in scientific
methods and techniques, and learning how to
incorporate research into a medical career.
Through the program, medical student fellows can expect:
suMMer FeLLoWshiP ProGraM
Faer’s 2014-15 MedicaL student research FeLLoWs
The summer fellowship provides medical students
with an eight-week research experience within an
academic anesthesiology department. During the
fellowship, students participate in research and
training activities, as well as clinical anesthesia
activities. In addition, medical student summer fellows have the opportunity to make a scientific presentation at the
American Society of Anesthesiologists annual meeting.
reBecca s. BicKhaM, B.s.
Medical School: University of Michigan
Fellowship Institution: University of
Michigan
Project Title: Predicting postoperative
opioid-related adverse events and
unplanned admissions in children with
sleep-disordered breathing
Mentors: Alan R. Tait, PhD; Terri D. Voepel-Lewis, PhD
•
One year of full-time research in anesthesiology
• A formal mentor-protégé relationship with an
experienced investigator
•
Training in scientific methods and research techniques
• A $32,000 stipend, plus additional funding to cover
relocation, housing, health insurance, travel to a national
meeting and other related expenses.
In 2014, 60 medical students are participating in the FAER MSARF program thanks to the hospitality of 37 host
anesthesiology departments. The students will present their research at the FAER Medical Student Anesthesia Research
Fellowship Symposium at ANESTHESIOLOGY TM 2014. To view the list of 2014 FAER medical student summer research
fellows, visit Faer.org/MsarF.
edWin Becher, iii, 2013 Faer medical student fellow
Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine
FAER MSARF Host Department: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
“The MSARF program opened my eyes to the world of academic anesthesiology, and my
experience was hugely rewarding. I had the opportunity to work with an outstanding
mentor who took an interest in developing my skills in research. She taught me the basics of
consenting and recruting, interviewing and data management for our qualitative study. I was
also able to shadow several anesthesiologists in different subspecialties to better understand
their clinical responsibilities.”
cLaudia L. sotiLLo, B.s.
Medical School: Boston University
Fellowship Institution: Harvard Medical
School, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Project Title: Next generation
sequencing: An approach to identify
genetic susceptibility for rheumatic heart
disease
Mentors: Jochen D. Muehlschlegel, MD, MMSc, FAHA;
Simon C. Body, MB, ChB, MPH, FAHA
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The FAER Resident Scholar Program provides selected
anesthesiology residents with the opportunity to attend
the American Society of Anesthesiologists annual meeting
each year.
By attending the ASA annual meeting, FAER resident
scholars are able to:
•
Hear the latest advances in anesthesiology from
leaders in the specialty.
•
Identify educational, scientific and political issues
facing the practice of anesthesiology.
•
Benefit from early involvement in the ASA by having
direct interaction with leaders of the specialty and
other anesthesiologists.
resident research aWards
FAER recognizes and supports research excellence in
residents by providing prizes for the best scientific posters
presented at regional resident research conferences.
In 2014, FAER awarded six prizes each to residents at
the following conferences: the Midwest Anesthesia
Residents Conference (MARC), the Pennsylvania Residents
Research Conference (PARRC), and the Western Anesthesia
Residents Conference (WARC).
First place prize winners included:
Marc: Stephen Kolb, MD, Northwestern University
Feinberg School of Medicine; Eric Simon, MD, Medical
College of Wisconsin
KathrYn Farni, 2013 Faer medical student fellow
Medical School: Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine
FAER MSARF Host Department: Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN)
“The MSARF program was an ideal way to explore the field of anesthesiology during an
extended period of time. While the occasional medical school shadowing or interest group
events give you a few hours to interact with the field, the MSARF program gave me eight solid
weeks to see the clinical and research sides of anesthesiology. ... MSARF gave me a chance to
meet many anesthesiologists in the hospital in which I was working, and attending the ASA
meeting also gave me the chance to meet anesthesiologists, medical students and researchers,
and make connections that I can take advantage of as my career continues.”
resident schoLar ProGraM
Parrc: Saifeldin Mahmoud, MD, PhD, Penn State Milton S.
Hersey Medical Center (First Place); Keith Vogt, MD, PhD,
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (Second Place
For more information on FAER’s medical student
fellowships, including 2015 funding opportunities,
visit FAER.org/MSARF.
Warc: Paul Riegelhaupt, MD, PhD, University of California
San Francisco; Jed Wolpaw, MD, University of California
San Francisco
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corPorate donors
Contributors
$25,000-$59,999
FoundinG suPPorter
coMPonent societies
$5,000 or More
Connecticut State Society of Anesthesiologists
Minnesota Society of Anesthesiologists
Tennessee Society of Anesthesiologists
Texas Society of Anesthesiologists
The Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research thanks its
founding supporter, the American Society of Anesthesiologists,
for its $2 million in funding in 2013.
$10,000-$24,999
$2,000-$4,999
Arizona Society of Anesthesiologists
California Society of Anesthesiologists
Kansas State Society of Anesthesiologists
Maine Society of Anesthesiologists
Massachusetts Society of Anesthesiologists
Michigan Society of Anesthesiologists
New York State Society of Anesthesiologists
Oklahoma Society of Anesthesiologists
Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists
Washington State Society of Anesthesiologists
suBsPeciaLtY societies
$30,000
anesthesioLoGY conFerence on
innoVation & entrePreneurshiP
FAER hosted the first-ever Anesthesiology
Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship on
January 18, 2014, in Orlando, Florida.
ACIE aimed to expand knowledge of invention
and innovation in anesthesia, and educate
anesthesiologists on how to be successful physician
entrepreneurs. At the meeting, attendees met
fellow anesthesiologists and innovators, investors
and members from industry, who are interested in
intellectual property development and technology
commercialization. They also learned from
experienced physician entrepreneurs and a top-tier
group of experts who discussed key ingredients
underlying effective “bench to bedside” product
development and technology commercialization
efforts.
After ACIE’s sessions, workshops and networking,
attendees were able to:
•
Understand how to communicate about a
product or invention with potential funding
sources such as corporations, venture capitalists
and financial institutions.
•
Differentiate between various types of funding,
such as corporate, venture capital and federal
(Small Business Innovation Research grants).
•
Know how to navigate pathways for technology
licensing and commercialization at their
institution, and tackle issues such as protecting
intellectual property and patent agreements.
•
Understand common regulatory issues and
pathways for drug, device and combination
products.
$1,000-$1,999
Alabama State Society of Anesthesiologists
DC Society of Anesthesiologists
Florida Society of Anesthesiologists
Georgia Society of Anesthesiologists
Illinois Society of Anesthesiologists
Indiana Society of Anesthesiologists
Iowa Society of Anesthesiologists
Kentucky Society of Anesthesiologists
Maryland Society of Anesthesiologists
Ohio Society of Anesthesiologists
Oregon Society of Anesthesiologists
Pennsylvania Society of Anesthesiologists
South Dakota Society of Anesthesiologists
Wisconsin Society of Anesthesiologists
$15,000 - $29,999
uP to $5,000
uP to $999
Society of Academic Anesthesiology Associations (SAAA)
Society for the Advancement of Geriatric Anesthesia (SAGA)
Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists (SCA)
Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists (SOCCA)
Society for Education in Anesthesia (SEA)
Society for Neuroscience in Anesthesiology and Critical Care
(SNACC)
Society for Obstetric Anesthesia & Perinatology (SOAP)
Colorado Society of Anesthesiologists
Kansas City Society of Anesthesiologists
Mississippi Society of Anesthesiologists
New Jersey State Society of Anesthesiologists
New Mexico Society of Anesthesiologists
Rhode Island Society of Anesthesiologists
South Carolina Society of Anesthesiologists
Utah Society of Anesthesiologists
Vermont Society of Anesthesiologists
West Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists
Wyoming Society of Anesthesiologists
Acknowledging contributions made between 1/1/2013 and 12/31/2013.
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$5,000-$9,999
AxelRX Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Baxter Healthcare Corporation
Draeger Medical Inc.
Piramal Critical Care Inc.
Preferred Physicians Medical
$1,000-$4,999
B. Braun Medical Inc.
Galleon Pharmaceutics
Mainline Medical
Sheridan Healthcare
TEAMHealth
ACIE is a novel activity that exemplifies FAER’s
mission to advance medicine through research and
education in anesthesiology. Thank you to the
corporate sponsors (Cook Medical, Masimo, Baxter,
Dräger and Piramal) for their generous financial
support of the inaugural event.
CHECK OUT THE ACIE MEETING PROGRAM/SYLLABUS
AND VIEW PRESENTATIONS FROM THE EVENT BY
VISITING FAER.ORG/ACIE.
MedicaL student anesthesia
research FeLLoWshiP ProGraM
suPPorters
societY For anesthesia education and research
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Albany Medical Center
Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical
Center
Anesthesiology Institute, Cleveland Clinic
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
University of California Irvine
University of California San Diego
University of California San Francisco
University of Cincinnati Medical Center
University of Colorado
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Duke University
Emory University School of Medicine
Fletcher Allen Health Care
University of Florida College of Medicine
George Washington University
Georgetown University Hospital
Georgia Health Sciences University
Henry Ford Hospital
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Iowa
John H. Stroger Hospital of Cook County
Johns Hopkins University
Loma Linda University
University of Louisville
Loyola University Medical Center
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital
University of Massachusetts Medical School
Mayo Clinic Rochester
Medical College of Wisconsin
University of Minnesota
University of Missouri-Kansas City
University of Nebraska Medical Center
University of New Mexico School of Medicine
New York University Medical Center
University of North Carolina Hospitals
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Ohio State University
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Park Slope Anesthesia Associates of New York
Methodist Hospital
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
University of Rochester Medical Center
Springfield Anesthesia Services of Baystate Medical
Center
Stanford University Medical Center
State University of New York, Brooklyn (Downstate)
State University of New York, Buffalo
State University of New York, Stony Brook
State University of New York, Upstate Medical University
St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center
University of Tennessee Medical Center at Knoxville
University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Tufts Medical Center
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
University of Virginia
University of Washington
Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Weill Cornell Medical College
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Yale University
Practice GrouP & anesthesioLoGY dePartMent contriButors
In addition to recognizing general practice group and
departmental support, this list recognizes support from practice
groups who provide funding for departments to join SAER.
Departments noted with an * provided support of FAER beyond
the $5,000 annual SAER dues.
Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine*
Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute
Ohio State University*
Olympic Anesthesia Services
Park Slope Anesthesia
Pratt Anesthesiology Associates
Southern Tier Anesthesiologists, PC
Spectrum Medical Group
Springfield Anesthesia Services
Westside Anesthesiology PC
University of Wisconsin, Madison*
The following anesthesia departments provided
financial support for one or more MSARF participants in
2013.
“The FAER grant has not only provided me with
the financial resources to pursue my research,
but it has also been a catalyst for me to do my
absolute best work. I am inspired to meet and
exceed the expectations of the anesthesiologists
on the grant committee who believed in my
potential as a researcher and who have recognized
the importance of my research interests to our
specialty’s future. ... I am so thankful for everyone
who has contributed to make these FAER grants
possible. Young investigators like myself are
very lucky to have this type of support from our
colleagues so early in our careers.”
CATHERINE CHEN, MD, MPH
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO
2013 RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP GRANT RECIPIENT
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
University of California Irvine
University of California San Francisco
Children’s Hospital Boston
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Cleveland Clinic
University of Colorado
Columbia University
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Duke University
Emory University
University of Florida
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Johns Hopkins University
Massachusetts General Hospital
Mayo Clinic Rochester
Medical College of Wisconsin
Medical University of South Carolina
University of Michigan
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Ohio State University
Oregon Health & Science University
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
Stanford University
State University of New York, Brooklyn (Downstate)
State University of New York, Stony Brook
Texas Children’s Hospital
Thomas Jefferson University
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
University of Washington
William Beaumont Hospital
Yale University
Foundations and trusts
Associated Anesthesiologists Fund of the St. Paul Foundation
Children’s Hospital Medical Center Anesthesia Foundation
Gertie F. Marx Private Foundation
Gladys Sessler Charitable Trust
Joseph C. Belshe Trust
Redwall Foundation
Ronald L. Katz Family Foundation
The Hyman Family Charitable Foundation
The Saint Paul Foundation
Valley Anesthesiology Foundation
Acknowledging contributions made between 1/1/2013 and 12/31/2013.
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indiViduaL contriButors
$15,000 or More
Denham S. Ward, MD,
PhD+
$10,000 to $14,999
Ronald L. Katz, MD
$5,000 to $9,999
Jeffrey R. Kirsch, MD
Drs. Ximena and Daniel
Sessler
Dr. Warren and Ms. Nikki
Zapol
$2,000 to $4,999
Ann Bardeen-Henschel, MD
David L. Brown, MD
Richard P. Dutton, MD, MBA
Simon Gelman, MD, PhD+
Alexander A. Hannenberg,
MD+
Joy L. Hawkins, MD
Catherine M. Kuhn, MD+
Mark J. Lema, MD, PhD
Ronald S. Litman, DO
Dr. Mervyn Maze and Janet
Wyner-Maze
Kathryn E. McGoldrick, MD
Ronald D. Miller, MD
Pamela P. Palmer, MD, PhD
Srikanth S. Patankar, MD,
MBBS
Ronald G. Pearl, MD, PhD
Dr. and Mrs. Warren
Sandberg
Armin Schubert, MD, MBA+
Jeffrey H. Silverstein, MD
M. Christine Stock, MD
Paloma Toledo, MD, MPH
Margaret Wood, MB, ChB
Glenn Woodworth, MD
James R. Zaidan, MD,
MBA+
$1,000 to $1,999
Rishimani Adsumelli, MD
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Annis+
Joseph F. Antognini, MD+
Michael S. Avidan, MBBCh,
FCA
Keith H. Baker, MD, PhD
Karl E. Becker, Jr., MD
Wendy B. Binstock, MD
Azmy Boutros, MD
Lois L. Bready, MD
Stephen M. Breneman, MD,
PhD
Frederick W. Cheney, MD+
Randall M. Clark, MD
Daniel J. Cole, MD
Joanne M. Conroy, MD
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Cordes
James E. Cottrell, MD
Dr. and Mrs. Bruce F. Cullen
Deborah J. Culley, MD
Donn M. Dennis, MD, FAHA+
Mark Dershwitz, MD, PhD
James C. Eisenach, MD+
Charles W. Emala, MD
Jane and John Fitch
Lee A. Fleisher, MD
Pamela Flood, MD
D. David Glass, MD+
James D. Grant, MD
Drs. Shirley Graves and
Jerome Modell
Andrew A. Greenberg, MD
Orin F. Guidry, MD
Dr. and Mrs. Steven C. Hall
Judith Hellman, MD
Thomas K. Henthorn, MD
Bradley J. Hindman, MD
Allen I. Hyman, MD
Roger A. Johns, MD
Sean K. Kennedy, MD
Evan D. Kharasch, MD, PhD
Charles D. Kurth, MD
Patrick J. Lawler, MD
Cynthia A. Lien, MD
David E. Longnecker, MD
Dr. Philip and Christine Lumb+
Linda J. Mason, MD
James G. Mathis, MD
Mrs. Monica Michenfelder
Leslie N. Milde, MD
W. Stephen Minore, MD
Mary J. Njoku, MD
Rita L. Orkin
Robert A. Pearce, MD, PhD
Mary Dale Peterson, MD
Y. S. Prakash, MD, PhD
Kai Rehder, MD+
Steven L. Shafer, MD
Eugene P. Sinclair, MD+
Donald R. Stanski, MD
Dr. Eckehard Stuth and Ms.
Janellen Becker-Stuth
Joseph W. Szokol, MD
Rebecca S. Twersky, MD, MPH
Shu-Ming Wang, MD
David S. Warner, MD
Karen S. Williams, MD
Mark P. Yeager, MD
Thomas K. Yue, MD
$500 to $999
Valerie A. Arkoosh, MD, MPH
Donald E. Arnold, MD
Douglas R. Bacon, MD, MA
Verna L. Baughman, MD
Honorio T. Benzon, MD+
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Berry+
Frederic T. (Josh) Billings, IV,
MD, MSCI
E. Jane Brock DO
Selma H. Calmes, MD
Lillian K. Chen, MD+
Joseph F. Cotten, MD, PhD
Marilyn K. Dearmond, MD
Steven B. Edelstein, MD
James C. Erickson, III, MD
Alex S. Evers, MD
Cynthia A. Ferris, MD
Stuart A. Forman, MD, PhD
Henry E. Fourcade, MD
John F. Geiser, MD
Mark A. Gerhardt, MD, PhD
Rona G. Giffard, MD, PhD
David F. Gloyna, MD
Peter A. Goldstein, MD
Robert Gorfine, MD
Joel G. Greenspan, MD
Carin A. Hagberg, MD
Hugh C. Hemmings, Jr, MD,
PhD
Robert P. Introna, MD
Joanne Jene, MD+
Zeev N. Kain, MD, MBA, MA
(Hon)
Sean K. Kane, MD
Patricia A. Kapur, MD
Jerome M. Klafta, MD
Tom C. Krejcie, MD
John D. Lang, MD
J. L. Lichtor, MD
Panayota Liopyris, MD
Mirjana Lovrincevic, MD
Maureen T. Luby, MD
Carl Lynch, III, MD, PhD
Colin F. Mackenzie, MD
Sean Mackey, MD, PhD
David P. Maguire, MD
Stephen Markowitz, MD, PhD
Joseph Mathew, MD
Eric M. May, MD
James F. Mayhew, MD
E. Kay McDivitt, MD
Richard Melker, MD, PhD
Marek A. Mirski, MD, PhD
LeRoy Misuraca, MD
Dr. John and Mrs. Katherine
Moyers
John B. Neeld, Jr, MD
Timothy J. Ness, MD, PhD
Mark C. Norris, MD
Fredrick K. Orkin, MD
Dr. and Mrs. Charles W.
Otto+
Jerome Parness, MD, PhD
Steven R. Pearce, MD
David M. Polaner, MD, FAAP
Susan L. Polk, MD
Julia E. Pollock, MD
Douglas E. Raines, MD
Maunak Rana, MD
David M. Roth, MD, PhD
John C. Rowlingson, MD
Stephen M. Rupp, MD
James A. Salvatore, MD
Sam R. Sharar, MD
Chetan R. Shukla, MD
Robert N. Sladen, MD
Richard M. Smiley, MD, PhD
Ken Solt, MD
Frank Szarko, MD and Carol
Szarko, MD
Gary E. Takahashi, DO
Margaret M. Tarpey, MD
T. M. Truxillo, MD
John A. Ulatowski, MD, PhD,
MBA
Dr. Gregory and Mrs. Bonnie
Unruh
Drs. Robert and Sue Vaughan
Anupama N. Wadhwa, MD
David M. Wheeler, MD, PhD
John P. Williams, MD
John H. Wills, MD
$200 to $499
Benjamin Aakre
Gregory C. Allen, MD+
Dr. James and Ms. Ellen
(cont’d p. 14)
Allinger
Acknowledging total annual contributions made between 1/1/2013 and 12/31/2013. Individual contributors listed in bold have supported FAER with $25,000 or more of donations in their lifetime.
Individual contributors listed in italics have supported FAER with $10,000 or more of donations in their lifteime. Individual contributors noted with an (+) have supported FAER for 10 or more
consecutive years (2004-2013). Lifetime contribution totals were calculated uisng donations received from 1995 to 12/31/2013.
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Legacy Society
The FAER Legacy Society honors people planning to
make a gift to support anesthesia education and research
through bequests in a will, trust, estate or retirement
plan. Legacy Society members help safeguard the future
of anesthesiology by ensuring that discovery, innovation
and education will continue on behalf of the profession for
which we are so deeply passionate.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE FAER LEGACY
SOCIETY, VISIT Faer.orG/LeGacY-societY.
Faer LeGacY societY MeMBers
Ann Bardeen-Henschel, MD, dec. (honorary)
Burdett S. Dunbar, MD
Simon Gelman, MD, PhD
Carl C. Hug, Jr., MD, PhD
Alan J. Mandel, MD
Gertie Marx, MD, dec. (honorary)
Linda J. Mason, MD
Kathryn E. McGoldrick, MD
Bruce M. Shepard, MD, dec. (honorary)
Yvonne Wagner, MD, FANZCA
Denham S. Ward, MD, PhD
reaLiZinG a dreaM, cuLtiVatinG a LeGacY
Carl C. Hug, Jr., MD, PhD, Professor of Anesthesiology, Emeritus, Emory
University School of Medicine, and Emeritus Faculty at the Emory
University Center for Ethics, spent more than 30 years of his career as an
anesthesiologist and intensivist at Emory University Hospital, Crawford
Long Hospital and the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Atlanta.
Dr. Hug served on the FAER Board of Directors from 1994 to 1998, and was
Chair of the Board from 1999 to 2001. He is former president and director
of the American Board of Anesthesiology, and he received a Lifetime
Achievement Award from SOCCA in 2002, and the Distinguished Service
Award from the American Society of Anesthesiologists in 2006.
Beyond his many professional achievements and contributions to the field
of anesthesiology, Dr. Hug is dedicated to his family. He and his wife,
Marilyn, have been married for 57 years, and have five children and 12
grandchildren.
Dr. and Mrs. Hug became members of the FAER Legacy Society last year,
when they decided to give to FAER through a beneficiary designation on a retirement account. Although Dr. Hug’s passion
for and dedication to the future of the specialty is no secret to those who know him well, he shared his vision for the
future and why he and Marilyn have made a legacy gift to FAER in a letter to all anesthesiologists.
“I hope Marilyn’s and my planned gift to FAER helps preserve and enhance anesthesiology’s standing among medical
specialties, and attracts talented young physicians to this specialty. I think it is critical to support junior faculty in
developing their academic careers in anesthesiology teaching and research. Otherwise, there is risk that departments
of anesthesiology will changes to departments of anesthesia services. It has always been a challenge for anesthesiology
to compete for research grants with other medical specialties. Support for research on patient safety has enhanced our
profession while reducing medical errors, injuries, death rates linked to anesthesia, as well as malpractice risks. FAER
supports development of qualified investigators who can study all aspects of anesthesiology.”
To read Dr. Hug’s entire Legacy Letter, visit FAER.org/legacy-society.
$200 to $499 (cont’d)
Solomon Aronson, MD
Michael J. Avram, PhD
Kristy Z. Baker, MD
Dr. Richard and Ms. Catherine
Bartkowski
James L. Becker, MD
Richard A. Berkowitz, MD
Paul C. Bicket, MD
Julien F. Biebuyck, MD, PhD
Michael J. Bishop, MD
Simon C. Body, MB, ChB,
MPH
Philip F. Boyle, MD and
Kristine Boyle
Randall P. Brewer, MD
Sorin J. Brull, MD, PhD
Manohar S. Bulagannavar,
MD
Michael K. Cahalan, MD
Matthew W. Caldwell, MD
Frederick W. Campbell, III,
MD
Divya Chander, MD, PhD
Wei Chao, MD
James W. Chapin, MD
May L. Chin, MD+
Harriet A. Clarke, MD
Jerry A. Cohen, MD
Melvin A. Cohen, MD
Neal H. Cohen, MD
Norman A. Cohen, MD
John R. Cooper, Jr, MD
Eric R. Davies, MD
Glenn E. Deboer, MD
Thomas M. Dodds, MD
Lena E. Dohlman, MD
John C. Drummond, MD
Michael J. Dupuy, MD
Marcel E. Durieux, MD, PhD
Michael P. Eaton, MD
Roderic G. Eckenhoff, MD
Edmond I. Eger, II, MD
Jan Ehrenwerth, MD
Dr. John and Ms. Gina
Eisenach
Ms. Christin L. Engelhardt
James J. Fehr, MD
Isabelle I. Fertey, MD
Richard E. Galgon, MD, MS
Maribel P. Galiano-Goll, MD
Steven J. Gerschultz, MD
Dr. Ian & Mrs. Esther Gilmour
Laurent G. Glance, MD
Peter S. A. Glass, MB, ChB
Jerry M. Gonzales, MD
Lawrence S. Gorfine, MD
Nishan Goudsouzian, MD
Gerald A. Gronert, MD
Michael G. Guertin, MD
Daniel E. Headrick, MD
H. A. Tillmann Hein PhD, MD
William H. Hervey, II, MD
Michael W. Hoger, DO
Ingrid B. Hollinger, MD
Carl C. Hug, Jr, MD, PhD
Eric M. Humphreys, MD
David S. Hunt, MD
Francis M. James, III, MD+
Sharon R. Johnson, MD
Clyde W. Jones, MD
Julie Kahlfeldt
Marshal B. Kaplan, MD
Ira S. Kass, PhD
Candace E. Keller, MD
Dr. Max and Mrs. Rachel Kelz
Scott E. Kercheville, MD
Heidi M. Koenig, MD
Steven M. Koppel, MD
Ira M. Kupferberg, MD
Alice L. Landrum, MD
Lorri A. Lee, MD
Demetria C. Leong, MD
Richard C. Lodise, MD
Martin J. London, MD
Anne M. Lynn, MD
Rajendra H. Majithia, MD
Catherine Marcucci, MD
Jonathan B. Mark, MD
Lynne G. Maxwell, MD
John E. McCall, MD
Gregory B. McComas, MD+
Desmond F. McLaughlin, MD
David G. Metro, MD
Keith W. Miller, PhD
Thomas R. Murray, MD, PhD
Sathyendra Mysore, MD
Joseph M. Neal, MD
Huong L. Nguyen, MD
David M. Nieto, MD
Danuta Oktawiec Larson, MD
Susan K. Palmer, MD
Parag Pandya, MD
Madhukanta J. Patel, MD
Mukesh K. Patel, MD+
Lee S. Perrin, MD
Theodore A. Peterson, MD
Michael A. Ramsay, MB, BS
Frederic M. Ramsey, MD
Gail I. Randel, MD
Ann Rae, MD
David L. Reich, MD
Dr. John and Mrs. Kathryn
Reisinger
Steven R. Rettke, MD
G. A. Rooke, MD, PhD
Nilda Salaman, MD
Dr. Howard Schapiro and Mrs.
Jan Carroll
Richard M. Schlobohm, MD
William Schultz, MD
Debra A. Schwinn, MD
Alan D. Sessler, MD+
Robert Shangraw, MD, PhD+
Kirsten J. Simanonok, MD
Robin B. Stedman, MD, MPH
and Peter M. Stedman, MD
Francis S. Stellaccio, MD
Shepard B. Stone, PA
“I cannot express enough how much I appreciate the opportunity
to have spent eight weeks working in a world-class institution
surrounded by an enthusiastic and supportive group of doctors,
researchers and other students. My eight weeks in the MSARF
program has been the highlight of my medical career thus far.”
KATHRYN FARNI, 2013 FAER MEDICAL STUDENT FELLOW AT MAYO CLINIC
MEDICAL STUDENT AT LOYAL UNIVERSITY STRITCH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Mack A. Thomas, MD
Dr. Stephen and Mrs. Ellen
Thomas
Laurence C. Torsher, MD
Richard J. Traystman, PhD
Samuel H. Wald, MD
Jing Wang, MD, PhD
David C. Warltier, MD, PhD
Ruth S. Waterman, MD, MSc
Jimmie P. Watkins, MD, PhD,
DDS
Barbara E. Waud, MD+
Don Weber, MD
Margaret R. Weglinski, MD
Matthew Weinger, MD, MS
James H. Williams, MD, PhD
Mr. David C. Wolfson
Merrill N. Workhoven, MD
Jacques T. Ya Deau, MD, PhD
Edward A. Yaghmour, MD
Myron Yaster, MD
Lawrence I. Young, MD
Marie L. Young, MD
Philip J. Zitello, MD
Michael P. Zygmunt, MD
$100 to $199
Raed Abdullah, MD
Richard P. Albertson, MD+
Maurice S. Albin, MD
Benigno R. Aldana III, MD
Michael F. Aziz, MD
Wenyu Bai, MD
Terrylyn F. Bankes, MD
George E. Battit, MD
Victor C. Baum, MD
George S. Bause, MD
Robert F. Bedford, MD
Alex Y. Bekker, MD, PhD
Joseph C. Belshe, MD
Elliott Bennett-Guerrero, MD
Mitchell F. Berman, MD
Drs. Robert H. and Karen R.
“I am extremely grateful to the donors of FAER. You
have allowed me the opportunity to pursue my passion
in education with your generosity. I will use this year
to gain expertise in medical education and become
a national leader in the field. In this way, I hope to
broaden the scope of practice of anesthesiologists.”
ANKEET UDANI, MD, STANFORD UNIVERSITY
2013 RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP GRANT RECIPIENT
Boretsky
Zeljko J. Bosnjak, PhD
Mark D. Brady, MD
Jeffry B. Brand, MD
Timothy J. Brennan, MD, PhD
Karen Domino and Gene
Brenonwitz
Charles M. Brohm, MD
William P. Bundschuh, MD
Christiane Camire-Tsakis, MD
Daniel B. Carr, MD
James G. Carter, MD
Christopher W. Cary, MD
David J. Clark, MD, PhD
Dominic J. Cottrell, MD
Jon P. Cowan, MD
Dennis D. Crane, DO
Alan E. Curle, MD
Mark L. D’Agostino, MD
John K. Desmarteau, MD
Karen B. Domino, MD
Michelle A. Douglass, MD,
BSN, CRNA
Norig Ellison, MD
Dr. and Mrs. Burton Epstein
Robert M. Epstein, MD
Neil E. Farber, MD, PhD
Robert F. Finegan, MD
James H. Fitzpatrick, Jr, MD
Steven T. Fogel, MD
Gyorgy Frendl, MD, PhD
Paul Garcia, MD, PhD
Dr. Lynn & Mrs. Ruth George+
Richard J. Gnaedinger, MD+
Glenn S. Gollobin, MD
John L. Gordon, MD
Carolyn P. Greenberg, MD
Robert S. Griffin, MD
Jonathan Griswold, MD, MS
Brian E. Harrington, MD
John S. Hattox, MD+
Robert A. Helton, MD
James S. Hicks, MD
Steven E. Hill, MD
Gary E. Hirshberg, MD
Kiyoaky Hori, MD
Ida M. Hudson, DO
Yumiko Ishizawa, MD, PhD,
MPH
Thomas G. Johans, MD and
Jane M. Johans
Mr. Glenn Johnson
Nancy B. Kenepp, MD
Drs. Samia and Kamal Khalil
Eugene J. Kim, MD
James D. Kindscher, MD
Gopal Krishna, MD
James J. Lamberg, DO
Terry W. Latson, MD
Albert I. Lee, MD
Jeffrey S. Lee, MD
Jerry D. Levitt, MD
Roger W. Litwiller, MD
Vinod Malhotra, MD
Lisabeth L. Maloney, MD
Alan P. Marco, MD
David P. Martin, MD, PhD
Peter L. McDermott, MD, PhD
John Dickinson McGavic MD
Charles H. McLeskey, MD
Thomas M. McLoughlin, MD
Robert G. Merin, MD
Brian T. Miller, MD
Constance L. Monitto, MD
Roger A. Moore, MD
James L. Mostrom, MD
Jeff T. Mueller, MD
Joseph J. Naples, MD
Victor R. Neal, MD
L. C. Novak, MD+
Mansukhlal G. Padalia, MD
Ben Julian Palanca, MD, PhD
Arvind Palanisamy, MD, FRCA
James M. Pepple, MD
Robert A. Peterfreund, MD,
PhD
Gregory G. Petersen, MD
Patricia H. Petrozza, MD
Daniel M. Philbin, MD
Drs. James and Beverly Philip
P. Gail Pirie, MD
Richard L. Pokorny, MD
Richard C. Prielipp, MD, MBA,
FCCM
Quintin J. Quinones, MD, PhD
Ranga V. Reddy, MD
Marc T. Reichel, MD
Jesse D. Roberts, Jr, MD
Henry Rosenberg, MD
Raymond C. Roy, MD, PhD
Marc A. Rozner, PhD, MD
Clinton T. Rozycki, MD
Joseph V. Ryckman, CCF, MD
Danny M. Sartore, MD
Patrick J. Scanlan, MD
Ms. Judith J. Semo
Zhanqing Shen, MD
Marina Shindell, DO
Stephen Slogoff, MD
Jan D. Smith, MD, MB ChB,
FRCP
Donald W. Stein, MD
Claude R. Swayze, MD
Gerald F. Tuohy, MD
Susan A. Vassallo, MD
Jeanine Wiener-Kronish, MD
Doreen L. Wray Roth, MD
Zhongcong Xie, MD, PhD
Jijun Xu, MD, PhD
uP to $99
Melanie J. Alo, MD+
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Beers
Paul E. Bigeleisen, MD
Peter A. Boulukos, MD
Robert W. Brandt, MD
Ruth E. Burstrom, MD
Peter J. Cannon, MD
Donn A. Chambers, MD
Richard B. Clark, MD+
Jonathan T. Clarke, MD
Stephen C. Cotton, MD
Zeyd Y. Ebrahim, MD
Lawrence Egbert, MD, MPH
Thomas W. Fawell, MD
Elizabeth A. Frost, MD
Anuradha J. Ghogale, MD
B. A. Gillen, MD
Bradley G. Hanebrink, DO
Ernestine Harmel, MD
Merel H. Harmel, MD
Preston P. Hawkins, MD
Mark E. Heerdt, MD
Boris D. Heifets, MD, PhD
Luzviminda P. Jocson, MD
Eric S. Johnson, MD
Luke M. Kitahata, MD, PhD
Thomas T. Klumpner, MD
C. P. Larson, Jr, MD
A. Morgan Lasater, MD
George Lederhaas, MD
Roger D. Lillemoen, MD
Susan R. Lisman, MD
Patrick McCoy, MD
Thomas McGranahan, Sr, MD
Steven L. Outly, MD
Michael G. Parisi, DO
Robert C. Pascucci, MD
Anthony N. Passannante, MD
Roger J. Pede, MD
George P. Sessions, MD
Jonathan M. Shagrin, MD
Kenneth Sugioka, MD
Evan J. Tilley, MD
Carlos E. Villalobos, MD
Russell T. Wall, III, MD
Charles B. Watson, MD
Alexander E. Weingarten, MD
Woodrow W. Wendling, MD,
PhD
Acknowledging total annual contributions made between 1/1/2013 and 12/31/2013. Individual contributors listed in bold have supported FAER with $25,000 or more of donations in their lifetime.
Individual contributors listed in italics have supported FAER with $10,000 or more of donations in their lifteime. Individual contributors noted with an (+) have supported FAER for 10 or more
consecutive years (2004-2013). Lifetime contribution totals were calculated uisng donations received from 1995 to 12/31/2013.
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triBute and MeMoriaL GiFts
in honor
Gregory C. Allen, MD in honor of DeWayne L. Enyeart, MD
Douglas R. Bacon, MD, MA in honor of Alan D. Sessler, MD
Paul E. Bigeleisen, MD in honor of Denham S. Ward, MD, PhD
Charles M. Brohm, MD in honor of Julia A. Schroeder, MD
Manohar S. Bulagannavar, MD in honor of
Michael H. Marsh, MB, BS
Selma H. Calmes, MD in honor of Denham S. Ward, MD, PhD
Alan E. Curle, MD in honor of Denham S. Ward, MD, PhD
Ms. Christin L. Engelhardt in honor of Douglas Merrill, MD, MBA,
and Eugene Viscusi, MD
Robert M. Epstein, MD in honor of Alan and Martha Sessler
Elizabeth A. Frost, MD in honor of Paul Goldiner, MD, DDS
Joel G. Greenspan, MD in honor of Lawrence Saidman, MD
Robert P. Introna, MD in honor of Dan C. Martin, MD
Julie Kahlfeldt in honor of April Becerra, Paul Wright, Nora
Mayen, Marguerta de Senna, Ronnie Lea
Candace E. Keller, MD in honor of James F. Arens, MD
Jeffrey R. Kirsch, MD in honor of Dawn Dillman, MD
Carl Lynch, III, MD, PhD in honor of Dr. Cosmo DiFazio
Jonathan B. Mark, MD in honor of Merel H. Harmel, MD
Mrs. Monica Michenfelder in honor of Alan D. Sessler, MD
Leslie N. Milde, MD in honor of Richard Kitz, MD
Thomas R. Murray, MD, PhD in honor of Bryan E. Marshall, MD
Fredrick K. Orkin, MD in honor of Louis R. Orkin, MD
Rita L. Orkin in honor of Louis R. Orkin, MD
Susan K. Palmer, MD in honor of Joy Hawkins, MD
Jerome Parness, MD, PhD in honor of Alan D. Sessler, MD
Daniel M. Philbin, MD in honor of Alan D. Sessler, MD
Joseph V. Ryckman, CCF, MD in honor of
Paul M. Kempen, MD,PhD
Jeffrey H. Silverstein, MD in honor of David Reich, MD
Gregory K. Unruh, MD in honor of Alan D. Sessler, MD
Jeanine P. Wiener-Kronish, MD in honor of Hannah Wunsch, MD,
MSc, and Brian Kavanagh, MB
Merrill N. Workhoven, MD in honor of Dr. Myrna Newland
Mark P. Yeager, MD in honor of D. David Glass, MD
Lawrence I. Young, MD in honor of Helen Misenheimer, PhD
in MeMorY
Maurice S. Albin, MD in memory of Robert J. White
Michael F. Aziz, MD in memory of Fekri Azia, MD
Kristy Z. Baker, MD in memory of William L. Young, MD
Philip F. Boyle, MD and Kristine Boyle in memory of
E.H. Boyle, MD
Sorin J. Brull, MD, PhD in memory of Colleen Gotta, MD, ChB
James G. Carter, MD in memory of Jack Moyers, MD
Jerry A. Cohen, MD in memory of David Paulus
John R. Cooper, Jr, MD in memory of Arthur S. Keats, MD
Roderic G. Eckenhoff, MD in memory of Harry W. Linde, PhD
Dr. and Mrs. Burton Epstein in memory of E.S. “Rick” Siker, MD
Jane and John Fitch in memory of Melba R. and
Lawrence H. Knott
James H. Fitzpatrick, Jr, MD in memory of John Kreul, MD
Lawrence S. Gorfine, MD in memory of Robert Gorfine, MD
Andrew A. Greenberg, MD in memory of Martin Helrich, MD
Ernestine Harmel, MD in memory of Austin Lamont
Merel H. Harmel, MD in memory of Austin Lamont
John S. Hattox, MD in memory of in memory of
E.S. (Rick) Siker, MD
H. A. Tillmann Hein PhD, MD in memory of
Adolph H. Giesecke, MD
Carl C. Hug, Jr, MD, PhD in memory of Martin Helrich, MD
Scott E. Kercheville, MD in memory of Betty P. Stephenson, MD
C. P. Larson, Jr, MD in memory of Philip Bromage, MD
Demetria C. Leong, MD in memory of Clifford K.W. Chock, MD
Susan R. Lisman, MD in memory of Collingwood Karmody, MD
Colin F. Mackenzie, MD in memory of Martin Helrich, MD
Lynne G. Maxwell, MD in memory of Elizabeth A. Martinez, MD
Thomas T. McGranahan, Sr, MD in memory of Genevieve S.
Buck, MD
Thomas T. McGranahan, Sr, MD in memory of Donald D.
Campbell, MD
John B. Neeld, Jr, MD in memory of Mrs. Cindy Zerwas
Patricia H. Petrozza, MD in memory of William L. Young, MD
Julia E. Pollock, MD in memory of Christopher Bernards, MD
Richard C. Prielipp, MD, MBA, FCCM in memory of
Norma L. Prielipp
Richard M. Schlobohm, MD in memory of Lucien E. Morris, MD
Eugene P. Sinclair, MD in memory of Stephen C. Becker, MD
Mr. David C. Wolfson in memory of Mrs. Cindy Zerwas
Mr. David C. Wolfson in memory of Amanda Salisbury Ward
Mrs. Monica Michenfelder in memory of Dr. J. D. Michenfelder
Rita L. Orkin in memory of Louis R. Orkin, MD and
Howard L. Zauder, MD, PhD
Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute in memory of
Robert Gorfine, MD
Texas Society of Anesthesiologists in memory of
Philip L. Reeves, MD
Texas Society of Anesthesiologists in memory of
John H. White, MD
honoraria
Galleon Pharmaceutics honorarium for
Denham S. Ward, MD, PhD
Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians honorarium for
Denham S. Ward, MD, PhD
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins honorarium for the authors and
editors of “Avoiding Common Anesthesia Errors”
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins honorarium for the authors and
editors of “The Anesthesia Technician & Technologist’s
Manual”
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
honorarium for Denham S. Ward, MD, PhD
Ohio State University honorarium for Denham S. Ward, MD, PhD
University of Wisconsin honorarium for
Denham S. Ward, MD, PhD
honor Your Mentor
Melanie J. Alo, MD in honor of Lewis Coveler, MD
Robert F. Bedford, MD in memory of Donald Clark, MD
Frederick W. Cheney, MD in honor of Thomas F. Hornbein, MD
Lena E. Dohlman, MD in honor of Berend Mets, MB, PhD
Dr. John and Ms. Gina Eisenach in honor of
Michael J. Joyner, MD
James C. Erickson, III, MD in honor of
Leroy W. Krumperman, MD
Neil E. Farber, MD, PhD in honor of David C. Warltier, MD, PhD
Isabelle I. Fertey, MD in honor of John Kampine, MD, PhD
Dr. Ian and Mrs. Esther Gilmour in honor of
Frederick W. Cheney, MD
Robert S. Griffin, MD in honor of Dr. Ken Haselby
Carin A. Hagberg, MD in memory of Andranik Ovassapian, MD
Clyde W. Jones, MD in honor of Parul R. Knox, MD
Sean K. Kane, MD in honor of Andrew D. Friedrich, MD
Drs. Samia and Kamal Khalil in honor of Peter B. Kane, MD
A. Morgan Lasater, MD in honor of Richard L. Boortz-Marx, MD
Panayota Liopyris, MD in honor of Dr. Anastasios Triantafilloy
Anne M. Lynn, MD in honor of Thomas F. Hornbein, MD
Joseph J. Naples, MD in honor of John Schweiss, MD
David M. Polaner, MD, FAAP in honor of Warren M. Zapol, MD
Jesse D. Roberts, Jr, MD in honor of Warren M. Zapol, MD
John C. Rowlingson, MD in honor of Marcel Durieux, MD, PhD
M. Christine Stock, MD in honor of Dr. John B. Downs
Shepard B. Stone, PA in honor of Nicholas M. Greene, MD
Laurence C. Torsher, MD in honor of Alan D. Sessler, MD
Susan A. Vassallo, MD in honor of George E. Battit, MD
Anupama N. Wadhwa, MD in honor of Daniel I. Sessler, MD
John P. Williams, MD in honor of Joseph C. Gabel, MD
“Receiving the FAER award has been a major
milestone for me. With protected research time, I
can be part of a thriving neuroscience community
here at Stanford. I can think of no better way to
learn how to run a lab than to work in a high
profile lab, collaborating across medical specialties
to solve a clinical problem. ... I am immensely
grateful for the opportunity FAER has given me.
To those generous individual donors, and the
ASA, your support of FAER is helping to ensure
the future of anesthesiology as a leading academic
specialty.”
BORIS HEIFETS, MD, PHD
STANFORD UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
2013 MENTORED RESEARCH TRAINING
GRANT - BASIC SCIENCE
Acknowledging total annual contributions made between 1/1/2013 and 12/31/2013. Individual contributors listed in bold have supported FAER with $25,000 or more of donations in their lifetime.
Individual contributors listed in italics have supported FAER with $10,000 or more of donations in their lifteime. Individual contributors noted with an (+) have supported FAER for 10 or more
consecutive years (2004-2013). Lifetime contribution totals were calculated uisng donations received from 1995 to 12/31/2013.
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Board of Directors
Financials
FinanciaL hiGhLiGhts For FiscaL Year 2013
These highlights are based on unaudited financials for the year ended December 31, 2013. For a copy of the complete
audited financials, please contact the FAER office at 507-266-6866 or email [email protected]
incoMe
2013 incoMe
American Society of Anesthesiologists
Corporate
$2,000,000
$102,374
State Component Society
$68,220
Other Society
$61,000
Individual
$213,267
Anesthesiology Department, Practice
Group
$340,200
Foundation/Trust
stateMent oF FinanciaL Position
2013
$33,202
total incoMe
$2,818,263
eXPenses
ASSETS
Cash
$774,911
Investments
$23,222,411
Beneficial Interest in Trust
$774,834
Receivables
$107,877
totaL assets
2013 eXPenses
LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS
GRANTS/PROGRAMS
Research Grants
$2,071,997
Resident Scholar Program
$52,058
Medical Student Anesthesia Research
Fellowship Program
$177,590
Subspecialty Education Programs
$70,405
TOTAL GRANTS/PROGRAMS
$2,372,050
GENERAL OPERATING
General Operating Expense
$631,708
Development Expense
$276,776
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE
totaL eXPenses
$24,880,033
$908,483
$3,280,533
Total Liabilities
$734,701
Undesignated Net Assets
$21,793,575
Net Income
$2,351,757
totaL LiaBiLities & net assets
$24,880,033
daVid L. BroWn, Md
Cleveland Clinic • Chair
JaMes d. Grant, Md
William Beaumont Hospital
PaLoMa toLedo, Md, MPh
Northwestern University
JoY haWKins, Md
University of Colorado School of
Medicine • Chair Elect
aLeXander a. hannenBerG, Md
Newton-Wellesley Hospital
reBecca s. tWersKY, Md, MPh
SUNY Downstate Medical Center
harriet hoPF, Md
University of Utah
Jeanine P. Wiener-Kronish, Md
Massachusetts General Hospital
roGer Johns, Md
Johns Hopkins University
MarGaret Wood, MB, chB
Columbia Presbyterian Hospital
Keith a. Jones, Md
University of Alabama at Birmingham
niKKi ZaPoL, Jd
Partners Healthcare
ZeeV Kain, Md, MBa
University of California Irvine
LeadershiP & staFF MeMBers
JeFFreY r. Kirsch, Md
Oregon Health & Science University
denhaM s. Ward, Md, Phd
President and CEO
catherine M. Kuhn, Md
Duke University School of Medicine
aLan d. sessLer, Md
President Emeritus
Linda Mason, Md
Loma Linda University
MarY schrandt, MaoM
Chief Operating Officer
MerVYn MaZe, MB, chB, MrcP
University of California San Francisco
daVid WoLFson, cFre
Chief Development Officer
KathrYn e. McGoLdricK, Md
New York Medical College
sara Lueders
Marketing and Communications
Director
MarY daLe Peterson, Md, Mshca
Driscoll Children’s Health System;
University of Texas Medical Branch •
Secretary-Treasurer
eVan d. Kharasch, Md, Phd
Washington University • Vice Chair
of Grants
arMin schuBert, Md, MBa
Ochsner Medical Center • Vice Chair
of Programs
Karen s. WiLLiaMs, Md
George Washington University
Medical Center • Vice Chair of
Development
JosePh P. annis, Md
Austin, TX
GeorGe t. BLiKe, Md
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
danieL J. coLe, Md
University of California Los Angeles
richard P. dutton, Md, MBa
Anesthesia Quality Institute
Lee a. FLeisher, Md
University of Pennsylvania
BarBara FossuM, Phd
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Francis X. McGoWan, Md
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
BeVerLY PhiLiP, Md
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
• ASA Vice President of Scientific
Affairs
ecKehard a. stuth, Md
Medical College of Wisconsin
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JodY cLiKeMan
Program Coordinator, Grants
GinGer sMith
Program Coordinator, Medical
Student and Resident Programs
Lori nierMan
Administrative Assistant
in MeMoriaM
Remembering FAER Founder Martin Helrich, MD, Establishing the
FAER-Helrich Research Lecture in His Honor
The Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research
lost one of its founders, a loyal supporter and advocate,
and above all friend, in Martin “Marty” Helrich, MD of
Baltimore, who passed away June 2013. He was 91.
With Marty’s passing, the specialty said goodbye to one of
the pillars of the academic anesthesia community. Due in
large part to Dr. Helrich’s passion for mentorship, advocacy
on behalf of research and its funding, and pursuit of
continuous learning, the field of academic anesthesiology
has seen remarkable growth and recognition within the
specialty.
Dr. Helrich had an exceptionally
important role in the early days
of the Foundation for Anesthesia
Education and Research. As FAER’s
first Executive Director, from 1988
to 1995, he led the creation of its
research grant program, established
FAER’s endowment fund and grew
it to $1 million by 1991, and helped
form the Resident Scholar Program.
His leadership and direction of FAER
for 10 years helped grow the quality
and quantity of scientific talent in
anesthesiology, pain and critical care
medicine.
FAER has chosen to honor Dr.
Helrich’s memory by establishing a
lecture at the American Society of
Anesthesiologists’ Annual Meeting
in his name. The FAER-Helrich
Lecture, formerly the FAER Honorary
Research Lecture, recognizes outstanding scholarship by an
anesthesiologist and encourages other anesthesiologists
to undertake careers in research and teaching. The
inaugural FAER-Helrich Research Lecture will take place at
ANESTHESIOLOGY TM 2014.
an insPirationaL Leader
Dr. Helrich grew up in Atlantic City, where he graduated
from Atlantic City High School in 1940. From there, he
earned his bachelor’s and medical degrees through a
joint program at Dickinson College and the University
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He completed his
internship at Atlantic City Hospital, and then became an
anesthesiology resident at New York University and the
Bellevue Medical Center, where he learned from pioneers
E.A. Rovenstine and E.M. Papper.
Following residency, Dr. Helrich served as chief of
anesthesiology for two years in the U.S. Army at Ft. Polk,
La. After his honorable discharge as captain, he and his
family moved to Philadelphia, where he was a research
fellow sponsored by the National Heart Institute, and
eventually became an assistant professor of anesthesiology
at the University of Pennsylvania.
In 1956, Dr. Helrich was recruited to the University of
Maryland in Baltimore where he was named professor and
chair of the newly established Department
of Anesthesiology. He served as chair for 30
years. Upon his retirement in 1986, he was
named Professor Emeritus.
Throughout his career, Dr. Helrich not
only delivered superb clinical care, but he
also taught residents and students, and
participated in his own research activities.
He published more than 85 peer-reviewed
manuscripts, and his research was productive.
His career was marked by several other
accomplishments and leadership roles,
including those at FAER. He served as director,
secretary and president of the ABA, a director
of the ASA, president of the Maryland-D.C.
Society of Anesthesiologists, and a governor
of the American College of Anesthesiologists.
In 1995, the ASA honored him with its
Distinguished Service Award.
Dr. Helrich’s contributions to the field of
anesthesiology are not limited to his roles, titles, honors,
or even his life. Because of his leadership and advocacy,
anesthesiology prospers in medical schools and clinics
across the country. Through his vision, partnerships among
investors, inventors, and industry have enabled the careers
of countless academic anesthesiologists. Thanks to his
wisdom and kindness, anesthesiology thrives in the hands
of the men and women he inspired. On both personal and
professional levels, Dr. Helrich was treasured as a mentor
and lifelong friend to his many grateful colleagues.
Dr. Helrich is survived by his wife, Ina, his two daughters,
Lisa (Washington D.C.), and Karen (San Diego), and two
granddaughters.
Information for htis article was porivded by the University of Maryland and the American Board of Anesthesiology.
support today’s Learners in
Becoming tomorrow’s Leaders
Advances in anesthesiology are made possible by individuals who believe in education and research. Supporting talented
anesthesiologists through the formative stages of their careers will expand research in anesthesiology, and will benefit
our specialty, our medical centers and, most importantly, our patients. You can support research and education in
anesthesiology by making a gift to FAER.
onLine
Donations made online have an immediate effect on FAER’s ability to provide
ongoing support for our programs and grants. You can make an online donation to
FAER using your credit card. Visit FAER.org/donate to make your contribution today.
sustaininG GiFt
Your monthly, quarterly or semi-annual recurring gift of any amount
is an excellent way to provide sustained support for anesthesia education and
research. You can set up a recurring gift to FAER by visiting
FAER.org/donate.
BY MaiL
You can support the future of anesthesiology by mailing a check to FAER.
Send it to us at:
Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research
P.O. Box 157
Rochester, MN 55903
BY Phone
You can call FAER’s office at 507-266-6866 to make a credit card donation. Our
business hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT. When you call, you
may inform us whether your gift is a tribute in honor or in memory of a mentor,
colleague, friend or family member.
other WaYs to GiVe
There are a number of ways to support FAER philanthropically. If you are interested
in making a planned gift or would like to personalize your contribution to FAER,
contact us at 507-266-6866.
Make your donation online at FAER.org/donate.
Thank you for your generosity!
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Education and Research
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