FAER  |   March 2015
The Cumulative Effect of the Specialty’s Investment in Research
Author Affiliations
  • Denham S. Ward, M.D., Ph.D.
    Foundation for Anesthesia Research and Education
    President and CEO
Article Information
Cardiovascular Anesthesia / Education / CPD / Quality Improvement / FAER
FAER   |   March 2015
The Cumulative Effect of the Specialty’s Investment in Research
ASA Monitor 03 2015, Vol.79, 54-55.
ASA Monitor 03 2015, Vol.79, 54-55.
It has been 29 years since the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research (FAER) started awarding mentored career development grants for research. And nearly three decades into FAER’s existence – perhaps now more than ever – we are witnessing the cumulative effect of the specialty’s investment.
One recent example comes from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, where last summer Mariah Kincaid, B.S., an M.D./M.P.H. candidate from Tufts University who will graduate in May, participated in a FAER-funded anesthesia research fellowship, alongside mentors and former FAER grant recipients Mark D. Neuman, M.D., M.Sc. and Lee Fleisher, M.D. Call it a “snowball effect:” It was a FAER recipient (Dr. Fleisher, Research Starter Grant, 1990) mentoring a FAER recipient (Dr. Neuman, Mentored Research Training Grant, 2011) mentoring a FAER recipient (Ms. Kincaid, Medical Student Anesthesia Research Fellowship, 2014).
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