The IARS announces the appointment of Dean Andropoulos, MD, M.H.C.M. as the Medical Officer of SmartTots. Dr. Andropoulos is an established clinical researcher, and a board-certified physician in Anesthesiology and Pediatric Anesthesiology. He is Anesthesiologist-in-Chief at Texas Children’s Hospital and Professor, Anesthesiology and Pediatrics, at Baylor College of Medicine. As the Medical Officer of SmartTots, he will help promote and advocate for research to advance and ensure safety of anesthesia in children. He will specifically work with researchers, clinicians, parents and other relevant stakeholders to develop research strategies to address the pressing challenges to understand the effects of anesthetic and sedative agents in the developing brain. He will also work with all stakeholders to support the implementation and dissemination of research results related to all SmartTots-related issues.
- Announcing the Appointment of Dr. Dean Andropoulos as the Medical Officer of SmartTots
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