Clinical Research Faculty
Mike Aziz, MD; Associate Professor
Dr. Aziz came to OHSU in 2005. He is an assistant professor in Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine and a clinician scientist in the department's Research Division. Most recently, his research has focused on methods to improve safety and success rates for airway intubation of trauma patients in a prehospital setting.
Dr. Aziz earned his medical degree from Ohio State University and completed a residency in anesthesiology at The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Special clinical interests include pain management and ultrasound-guided nerve blockade for regional anesthesia.
In addition to his professional activities, Dr. Aziz enjoys watching football, skiing, running, cooking, and hiking with his wife Kim and their son.
Ann Bingham, MD; Assistant Professor
Past Trainee-(Mentor: Matthew Abrahams, MD) Dr. Bingham received her MD from OHSU before beginning her residency training in our department in 2008. While supported by our T32 grant, she performed a meta-analysis of studies identified via a comprehensive systematic search comparing various outcomes of continuous peripheral nerve block catheters with single injection peripheral nerve blocks so as to better clarify and compare the risks and benefits of these procedures. This work led to a first author published abstract and a first author manuscript that is currently under review by Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine. She also received a resident travel award for her research abstract entitled "Continuous Peripheral Nerve Block Compared with Single Injection Peripheral Nerve Block: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials" that was accepted for poster presentation at the 2011 American Society of Regional Anesthesia Spring Meeting. Dr. Bingham completed her training in June 2011 and is currently engaged in a cardiothoracic anesthesiology fellowship at Columbia University. She is expected to return to OHSU for a faculty position in July 2012.
Peter Schulman, MD; Associate Professor
Bio coming soon
Andrei Sdrulla, MD, PhD; Assistant Professor
Dr. Sdrulla is a board certified anesthesiologist and pain medicine specialist. He is a dedicated physician-scientist using basic science research and state-of-the-art technology to combat chronic pain.
He specializes in the treatment of patients with complex, persistent pain in the spine, cancer pain, neuropathic pain (e.g. complexregional pain syndrome), shingles pain (post herpetic neuralgia) and post-surgical pain. He has advanced training in performing implantations ofspinal cord stimulators for the treatment of unrelenting pain. Dr. Sdrulla strongly believes in the multidisciplinary, comprehensive approach to chronicpain championed here at Oregon Health &Science University.
When not working, Dr. Sdrulla spends time with his family, including his wife who is a nurse practitioner, and his three children.When he does get some free time to himself, he enjoys reading, jogging, playing tennis, and fly fishing.
Miriam Treggiari, MD, PhD, MPH; Professor
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