Teaching, Presentations, & Pain Education

Teaching Experience & Presentations:


Invited guest lecturer on neuroanatomy at National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine, 2012- 2013

Instructor for Pharmacology II course, Thomas Jefferson University, 2012

  • Taught topics of general and local anesthesia to pharmacy students. Designed syllabus, presentation, and exam questions pertaining to these topics
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Teaching Assistant for Statistics Graduate Course, Thomas Jefferson University, 2011

  • Gave several lectures during the semester long course, ran review sessions, generated and graded novel homework assignments and exam questions.

Team Teaching for Medical Pathology Small Group, Thomas Jefferson University, 2011-2012

  • Worked with pathologists and course director to teach interactive case-based pathology sessions to first year medical students.

Laboratory Teaching Assistant for Neuroanatomy Lab, Thomas Jefferson University, 2011

  • Worked with neuroscience professors to mentor medical and graduate students in dissecting, identifying, and assimilating the clinical relevance of brain structures and function in gross specimens, radiological examples, and anatomical models.

Pain Medicine Education for medical students & non-pain providers:

Friend and colleague, Chad Parvus-Teichmann wrote an article for the ASRA February News that explains more about this problem below.

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ASRA News February 2016. Click for full article.

Pain Medicine Information Resources:

Practical Pain Management

ASRA Education Resources

The Pain Research Forum & Relief their sister site for patients and the general public

American Medical Association Task Force to Reduce Opioid Abuse Resources

More resources and information coming soon!


Neuroscientist & Anesthesiologist; Regional Anesthesia & Acute Pain Management Specialist

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