Ana M. Crawford

Anesthesiologist

Clinical Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine

Professional Education

Board Certification: Critical Care Medicine, American Board of Anesthesiology (2009)

Internship: Baptist Health System Inc (2005) AL

Masters of Science, University of California San Francisco, Global Health Sciences (2012)

Board Certification: Anesthesia, American Board of Anesthesiology (2009)

Fellowship: Stanford Hospital and Clinics - Critical Care (2009) CA

Residency: UT Southwestern Medical School (2008) TX

Medical Education: University of Alabama School of Medicine (2004) AL

Honors & Awards

Teaching Scholars Award, Stanford Anesthesia (2010-2011)

Administrative Appointments

Division Director, Global Health in Anesthesia, 2012

Fellowship Director, Global Health in Anesthesia, 2012

Critical Care Medicine Education Director, CCM, 2010

Perioperative Fluid Managament: Minimization versus Goal-Directed Therapy
Ana Crawford, M. D., P. Joshi, M.D., & FFARCS. (2008). Perioperative Fluid Managament: Minimization versus Goal-Directed Therapy. American Society of Anesthesiologists Newsletter, 72(4).

Modulatory effects of hypercapnia on in vitro and in vivo pulmonary endothelial-neutrophil adhesive responses during inflammation.
Yuliang Liu, Balu K. Chacko, Ana Ricksecker, Roman Shingarev, Eric Andrews, & John D. Lang Jr. (2008). Modulatory effects of hypercapnia on in vitro and in vivo pulmonary endothelial-neutrophil adhesive responses during inflammation. Cytokine, 44(1).

Perioperative Ventilation Strategies: New modes and monitoring features in anesthesia ventilators improve management of challenging patients, situations.
Joseph Beckham, Md., Ana Crawford, M.D., Girish P. Joshi, M.B., & FFARC. (2006). Perioperative Ventilation Strategies: New modes and monitoring features in anesthesia ventilators improve management of challenging patients, situations. Acuity Care Technology, Oct/Nov.