Academic and Clinical Excellence

The Department of  Anesthesiology at the University of Vermont and The University of Vermont Medical Center has  a long tradition of commitment to providing excellent,  state-of-the-art patient care, education and opportunities for research. We train residents and teach medical students attending  the UVM College of Medicine. Our faculty members are serving in national leadership positions for clinical care, research and teaching.

ResidencyResidency Program

Our residents gain the skills and experience to manage all aspects of perioperative care, preparing them for independent practice as anesthesiologists. Read more about the Residency Program.

Veena GraffResearch

Veena Graff, M.D., former Pain Medicine Fellow in the UVM Department of Anesthesiology had been researching a theory that music can reduce anxiety pre-operatively and can reduce medication consumption throughout the surgical period. Therefore, she decided to launch a project that allows patients to listen to music during their surgical period. Read more >>

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The Wall Street Journal recently included a column by Laura Landro, titled “A Less Risky Anesthesia for Babies,” featuring comments by and a video interview with Robert Williams, M.D., professor of anesthesiology and UVM Children’s Hospital pediatric anesthesiologist. Read the article and view the video here.