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Find information about education programs in the Department of Anesthesia at IU School of Medicine, including residency and fellowship and clerkships.

Education Programs

The Department of Anesthesia provides training for medical students, residents and fellows in the Graduate Medical Education program, and graduate students pursuing a Master’s of Science in Anesthesia in the Anesthesiologist Assistant program.

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Anesthesia Residency in Indianapolis

Medical students who are considering a residency in Indianapolis can find out more about IU School of Medicine’s Graduate Medical Education program, including details on stipends, benefits, policies and more.

Office of GME

Medical Student Training

The Anesthesia Clerkship for third-year medical students is a core rotation intended to expose students to the basics of peri-operative management. Multiple electives in anesthesiology are available to fourth-year students.

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Four-year categorical residency positions and three-year advanced residencies are available. With 80 anesthesiology residents, IU School of Medicine has one of the largest anesthesiology residency programs in the United States.

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Several anesthesiology fellowships are available at IU School of Medicine for sub-specialty training: advanced pediatric cardiac, advanced research, multidisciplinary anesthesia pain medicine, pediatric anesthesia, and regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine.

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Anesthesiologist Assistant Program

Embedded in the Department of Anesthesia, IU School of Medicine offers a Master of Science in Anesthesia degree. The program is an intensive 28-month didactic and clinical curriculum that prepares learners for certification as Anesthesiologist Assistants.

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Internal Resources

IU School of Medicine Department of Anesthesia residents and faculty can access schedules, learning modules, resources, communications, and more from the Department of Anesthesia course site on Canvas.