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Happy Halloween! Our Resident Wellness Committee is dedicated to planning social events for the residents. In October, some of our residents got together for an elaborate Halloween-themed food spread including mummy dogs and pumpkin shaped pimento cheese. They also carved pumpkins to display on their porches.

Our residents are loving their time at ASA! Make sure to come see us at the medical student meet and greet from 4-6!

Family Day 2022! Each year UNC Anesthesia hosts our annual family day for new CA-1s and their support systems. Friends and family get to practice technical skills like IVs and intubations and go through OR simulations to better understand what it’s like to be an anesthesia resident. We look forward to this day every year!

We will be hosting our DEI virtual informational session next month! Come interact with our residents and faculty as we discuss diversity at UNC and in the greater Raleigh-Durham area! Sign up here:

You’re invited! We will be hosting two virtual open house sessions for 2022-2023 residency applicants. Come learn more about UNC Anesthesiology. Registration links below. We can’t wait to meet you! August 7th: August 21st:

We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Erin Dengler (left, recruitment chief), Dr. Craig Grosshuesch (middle, scheduling chief), and Dr. Dayley Keil (right, education chief) as the 2022-2023 Chief Residents. Thank you to the previous chiefs for all of their hard work!

The new academic year has started! Special welcome to the UNC Anesthesiology Class of 2026, seen here with program director Dr. Martinelli.

On Saturday we celebrated our graduating CA3 class and all of their accomplishments. We are so excited for each of their next steps as fellows or attendings, but we sure will miss them next year!

Two of our residents Dr. Arielle Henderson (CA-2) and Dr. Lauren Blake (CA-1) represented UNC Anesthesia at the annual Student National Medical Association conference. They loved meeting medical students, premedical students, and other residents from all over the country. In addition, they were able to learn more about leadership in healthcare, health policy, health disparities, and activism in underserved communities.