Welcome to the SNACC Website!
You are in our community, and we welcome you to utilize all of our SNACC resources and participate in our dialogue. First of all, the weekend of September 11-13, 2020 turned another page in our SNACC story. We had our first virtual annual meeting, and it was a huge success. Thank you all for coming. Anyone who missed us during the weekend, you still can view it on-demand here. Also, thank you all very much for your donations supporting the Bill Young Fund. Please feel free to enjoy the Ice Bucket Challenge and see the past president and I get wet!
Our SNACC members are doing incredible work for the joint global mission every day. We are here to better the art and science of perioperative neuroscience for all neurologically impaired patients. Join us to share your discovery and advancement in the field and build research connections through specialists. There are several updates of consensus of practices that the experts in the area regularly revise. Our latest initiative on the Patient Education Project is in progress: “Get informed on your brain health when you come for surgery.” Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram and be one of the first to get notified of the newest events from SNACC.
Chanannait Paisansathan, MD MHA
President, Society for Neuroscience in Anesthesiology and Critical Care (SNACC)
The SNACC Research Committee invites all scientists to join "Coffee and Research", an hour of networking, collaboration, and exchange that highlights current work in SNACC members’ labs.
The Solt and Penning labs will kick off the series on Friday, January 29, 2021, 3:00-4:00 pm EST/12 noon - 1:00 pm PST. Coffee and Research will feature short presentations and provide ample space for brainstorming and discussion. To join, you will need to register. There is no fee for this event. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Speakers: Ken Solt, MD, Harvard Medical School - Presenting “Neural Circuits Underlying Anesthetic-Induced Unconsciousness”
Donald Penning, MD, Henry Ford Health System - Presenting “Neuron-Glia Crosstalk Plays a Role in the Neurotoxic Effects of Ketamine via Extracellular Vesicles”
NEW Member Benefit! SNACC is now offering a discounted opportunity for all members, who were unable to register for the 48th Annual Meeting, to now view the program on the virtual platform* for $100 (US Dollars). This member benefit ends March 31. 2021. Click here to register today! Please note that once you are registered, you will receive an email (within 24 hours) with your username and password and a link to visit the 48th Annual Meeting Virtual platform.
*No CMEs or Patient Safety MOCA 2.0 credits are offered.
Neuroanesthesiology is an exciting and popular career option. Fellowship specialty training in neuroanesthesiology goes a long way in enhancing the clinical and research profile of practitioners. "Ask the Expert" is where you can find what leaders in neurosciences from all over the world have to say about specialty neuroanesthesiology fellowship training.
Sharing Insights - Neuroanesthesia Case Forum. Click here to view. Members will need to log in to post and create new topics.
Donate to the William L. Young Neuroscience Award
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- SNACC COVID-19 Resources
- Are you interested in Neuroanesthesia Fellowship? If so, click here now.
- Published Curricular Guidelines for a Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship
- Neuroscience Resources (ICE-TAP)
- Fellowship Directory
- Clinical Electroencephalography for the Anesthesiologist