Residents, Fellows and Early Career Faculty

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Developing your career in a supportive environment

Mentorship and networking opportunities are critical throughout your career — but especially so as you’re developing as an anesthesiologist. 

RADAR is partnering with organizations to offer year-round programming to connect early career anesthesiologists from underrepresented and marginalized groups with each other and with senior leaders in the field. 

Our Partners

Association of University Anesthesiologists (AUA)

The AUA facilitates networking among academic anesthesiologists.

Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research (FAER)

FAER is dedicated to developing the next generation of physician-scientists in anesthesiology.

Early-Stage Anesthesiology Scholars (eSAS)

Led by emerging scholars, for emerging scholars: eSAS provides an academic home for developing academic physicians in anesthesiology.

International Anesthesia Research Society (IARS)

IARS is committed to disseminating current, state-of-the art, basic and clinical research data in all areas of clinical anesthesia.

Finding Your Mentor

Dr. Meghan Lane-Fall discusses the importance of mentorship and how to find your match.

Learn more about Dr. Lane-Fall.

Anti-Racism Podcasts

Dismantling Race-Based Medicine Part 1: Historical and Ethical Perspectives

Clinical Problem Solvers' three-part series on dismantling race-based medicine launches with a discussion with Edwin Lindo, J.D., on the invention of race and how the medical field has aided in its use as a tool for oppression.

Dismantling Race-Based Medicine Part 2: Clinical Perspectives

Clinical Problem Solvers' series continues with a discussion with Nwamaka Eneanya, M.D., M.P.H.., and Jennifer Tsai, M.D., M.Ed., on the harmful consequences of race-based medicine and how the implementation of race-conscious medicine can begin to address these issues.

Journal Club Articles

Racial bias in pulse oximetry measurement

Michael W. Sjoding MD, Robert P. Dickson MD, Theodore J. Iwashyna MD PhD, Steven E. Gay MD, Thomas S. Valley MD. N Engl J Med 2020; 383:2477-2478.

Racial and ethnic differences in the experience and treatment of noncancer pain

Samantha M Meints, Alejandro Cortes, Calia A Morais & Robert R Edwards. Pain Management, VOL. 9, NO. 3.

Racial and ethnic disparities in obstetric anesthesia

Elizabeth M.S. Lange MD, Suman Rao MD, Paloma Toledo MD, MPH. Seminars in Perinatology, Volume 41, Issue 5, August 2017, 293-298.

Race, postoperative complications, and death in apparently healthy children

Olubukola O. Nafiu, Christian Mpody, Stephani S. Kim, Joshua C. Uffman and Joseph D. Tobias. Pediatrics, August 2020, 146 (2) e20194113.

Attend a Virtual Event

Join us throughout the year for national grand rounds on diversity and more programming. Connect with peers, colleagues, and leaders in the field both virtually and — as COVID-19 restrictions allow — in person.

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