Early-Stage Anesthesia Scholars
Are you interested in learning more about anesthesiology, or just beginning your career in anesthesia science?
Early-Stage Anesthesia Scholars (eSAS) is a nascent community led by trainees, for trainees. eSAS serves the interests of early-career anesthesiologist scientists, providing an academic home for developing scholars in anesthesiology.
Their objectives include:
- To foster peer and senior mentorship, in both career and scientific topics
- To support the needs and interests of young professionals interested in an academic career in anesthesiology
- To enhance peer networking and collaborative opportunities, and encourage the sharing of enthusiasm and ideas among its members
- To develop and implement strategies – at an institutional, regional, national or international level – that support retention of anesthesiologist-scientists in a research-oriented career track and reduce the attrition of motivated scholars at all career stages.
Aspiring anesthesia scientists and scholars early in their career in anesthesiology are invited to check out the early-Stage Anesthesia Scholars website to learn more about the resources and helping hands they provide.
Our Dr Julie Freed serves on the eSAS executive council as Co-Chair of Partnerships. If you have questions you may contact her at email@example.com.