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The Department of Anesthesia and Pain Management offers a number of subspecialty anesthesia fellowship programs.
Although each of the fellowships has a specialized clinical and research focus, the method of selection, governance and evaluation process for each of the fellowships is the same: There is an overall Program Director for the fellowship program and each program is overseen by a Program Coordinator. The Program Coordinator meets regularly with the Program Director and one other staff of the specialty to review applications, discuss evaluations and research projects of the fellows, and plan the didactic curriculum.
MUST meet the following requirements:
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