Annual Resident Education Fund

Dr. Tobin and Carol Stuart
Dr. Tobin and Mrs. Carrol Stuart

Resident Education Fund in Mrs. Carrol Stuart's name

Mrs. Stuart was an integral part of our residency program for many years. She retired in 2011 after 25 years of service. She contributed a great deal of her time and energy into resident recruitment and support. For her contributions and recognition we have named a Resident Education fund in her honor.

Donations are accepted into this fund to further enhance and drive the education mission of our department. Please consider making a donation today. If you want to designate your funds in honor of Mrs. Stuart, follow the donation link below. There is a place you can designate your gift 'In Honor Of' and you can type in Mrs. Carol Stuart's name.  The form asks for her address, but it's ok if you don't know it, we will notify her of your gift.

Our anesthesiology residency program has been recognized for some time as a source of outstanding clinical and academic physicians. However, some of the attributes that have made our program so successful in the past are now being threatened by financial constraints. These challenges to academic anesthesia notwithstanding, efforts like this fund can help keep our residency program strong.  Contributions Dedicated to the Residency Program  

Annual tax-deductible contributions to this ongoing campaign will help sustain resident education efforts such as

  • presenting at meetings/scholarly work (e.g., the Gulf-Atlantic Anesthesia Resident's Research Conference, ASA)
  • purchases of educational materials
  • the rising Senior Seminar 

Under institutional agreement, this will be a protected fund, from which the Department will dispense money each year solely to support our residency program.

 Recent Resident Activity Sponsored by Resident Education Funds

ASA Legistlative

ASA Legislative Conference in Washington, DC - May 2015
We were fortunate to send three of our Anesthesiology residents to the American Society of Anesthesiology (ASA) Legislative Conference (May 2015). Drs. Jimmy Turner, Sarah Kittner and Seiha Kim represented our wonderful state of North Carolina. 

Global Health Ghana 2015

CA-3 REsident Rotates at Ridge Hospital, Ghana, Africa 2015
In partnership with Kybele Inc., a non-profit organization established by Dr. Medge Owen to promote obstetric anesthesia and neonatal resuscitation, Wake Forest Department of Anesthesiology sends 1-3 residents each year to teach in Ghana, Africa. This year Dr. Sheel Todd (CA-3 resident, Class of 2015) spent 2 weeks in Ghana working side by side with student nurse anesthetists and attending physicians. Dr. Matt Hatch (attending Anesthesiologists at Wake Forest) and Dr. Todd are pictured to the left surrounded by the Student Nurse Anesthetist Class, Ridge Hospital in Ghana, Africa. 

 Jimmy  Turner ASA 2014

Dr. Jimmy  Turner (CA-2) Presented at the ASA, 2014
Dr. Jimmy Turner (CA-2) presenting his poster at the American Society of Anesthesiology in New Orleans 2014. Poster Title: Placement of Thoracic Epidural in Chronic Pain Patient with Spinal Stimulator Following a Motor Vehicle Accident.

Adam Varady ASRA 2013

Adam Varady, CA-3, Presented at ASRA Meeting, 2013 
CA-3 Dr. Adam Varady presenting his medically challenging poster at the ASRA meeting. Poster Title: A Case Study: Intravenous Ketamine As a Rescue For Recalcitrant Acute Postoperative Pain


 To Contribute

To make an online donation simply fill in and submit the online form (skip over the "Gift Designation Information" section, which will already have this fund entered). If you have questions about contributing, contact Sherri Stockner at 336 716-2712.


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Anesthesiology Alumni
Sherri Keith
Alumni Affairs

phone 336-716-4426

Sherri Stockner

phone 336-716-2712

Wake Forest School of Medicine
Department of Anesthesiology
100 Medical Center Blvd
Winston-Salem, NC 27157-1009
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Residents In Action

Residents In Action

Join a CA-1 Boot Camp, see a resident rotation in Ghana, Africa. From outstanding awards to intriguing research, we encourage residents to take advantage of opportunities that will broaden their resident experience and lead them to become leaders in the field of anesthesiology.  

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