Education & Research

Anesthesia Research & Development — Fairfield Division

IAA is affiliated with multiple research and development programs, allowing team members to work on cutting-edge anesthesia research.

About Our Research

IAA’s Fairfield County Division

Novel research and academic scholarship

Over the last twenty years, the field of anesthesiology has been undergoing significant changes. 

As a case in point, advances in point-of-care ultrasound technology, ERAS protocols, and novel anesthetic agents have made patient care safer and pain-free than ever before. 

Research has been a major component behind these advances and will continue to be an integral force driving the evolution of the specialty.

Life-changing research in regional anesthesia and pain management

At the IAA-Fairfield research division, we conduct a wide range of research in epidemiological, clinical, health service, and medical education areas. 

Project fields range from the development of opioid-sparing regional techniques in cardiothoracic patients through the validation of process improvement protocols across multiple ambulatory surgery sites. 

Our research division strongly prioritizes academic scholarship, and aggressively presents novel research at multiple conferences each year including IARS, ASRA, Anesthesiology, and NASS.

IAA-Fairfield pays special attention to research training for the next generation of anesthesiologists and medical trainees. Our research staff are always available to assist in funding, study design, analysis, and authorship.

We highly encourage research performed by our medical students, CRNAs, and junior faculty and mentor individuals in study design, statistical analysis, scientific research, and grant application. 

Contact us for more information

Interested medical students and trainees are encouraged to email Dr. Maduram to discuss anesthesiology research opportunities with IAA.  We hope you’ll consider joining our team. 

David Maduram, MD, PhD
Director of Research, Fairfield Division
IAA Research & Development Department, Fairfield Division

Medical students and trainees are encouraged to contact:

David Maduram, MD, PhD
Director of Clinical Research,
Fairfield Division

Tel: (203) 929-7353
Fax: (203) 929-0756
Email Dr. Maduram

Bill Lahiff
Clinical Research Director