Elliot J. Krane

Anesthesiologist, Pain specialist

Professional Education

  • Board Certification: Pediatric Anesthesia, American Board of Anesthesiology (2013)
  • Board Certification: Pain Management, American Board of Pain Medicine (2012)
  • Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital (1982) MA
  • Internship: Massachusetts General Hospital (1979) MA
  • Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital (1980) MA
  • Fellowship: Children's Hospital Boston (1983) MA
  • Recertification, American Board of Anesthesiology, Anesthesia (2009)
  • Board Certification, American Board of Pain Medicine, Pain Medicine (2012)
  • Board Certification: Pediatrics, American Board of Pediatrics (1985)
  • Board Certification: Anesthesia, American Board of Anesthesiology (1985)
  • MD, University of Arizona, Medicine (1977)
  • Medical Education: University of Arizona College of Medicine (1977) AZ
  • No degree, Cambridge University, Endocrinology (1976)
  • BA, Reed College, Chemistry (1974)

Honors & Awards

  • Safety and Tolerability of Extended-Release Oxymorphone in Pediatric Subjects, Endo Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (2008)
  • Safety, PK, and Effectiveness of Oxymorphone for Acute Surgical Pain in Pediatrics, Endo Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (2008)
  • A Phase III Study of the Safety and Efficacy of IV APAP in Pediatric Inpatients, Cadence Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (2007)
  • Initiation of a Juvenile CRPS National Consensus Group, Mayday Fund (2007)
  • Pfizer Visiting Professor in Pain Medicine, University of Hawaii (2006)
  • A Study of Safety and Efficacy of Epidural MS Extended-Release Liposome Injection in Pediatrics, Skye Pharma, Inc. (2006)
  • A Placebo- Controlled of Effectiveness and Safety of ALGRX 3268 In Pediatrics, Corgentech Corporation (2005)
  • Poster Award, Vienna International Congress 1998 on Anesthesiology and Perioperative Care, European Society of Anesthesia (1998)
  • Physician’s Recognition Award, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, American Medical Association (1997)
  • Physician’s Recognition Award,, American Medical Association (1997)
  • Epidural Sufentanil in Children, NIH Biomedical Research Grant (1991)
  • Comparison of caudal morphine bupivacaine, and IV morphine for pain relief in children, NIH Biomedical Research Grant (1986)
  • Prevention of brain swelling during diabetes ketoacidosis, Diabetes Research and Education Foundation Grant (1987)
  • Cerebral blood flow in an infant animal model, American Society of Anesthesiologists (1984)
  • Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Arizona (1977)
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Reed College (1974)
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndromes in Childhood, Mayday Fund (2008)
  • Mayday Pain & Society Fellowship, Mayday Fund (2010)
  • Lawson Award for advocacy in pediatric pain, American Pain Society (2012)

Administrative Appointments

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Pediatrics, University of Washington (1983 - 1989)
  • Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology, University of Washington (1983 - 1989)
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Pediatrics, University of Washington (1989 - 1994)
  • Associate Professor, Anesthesiology, University of Washington (1989 - 1994)
  • Chief of Anesthesia, LPCH (1994 - 2003)
  • Chief of Pain Management Service, LPCH (1994 - Present)
  • Professor, Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine (1994 - Present)
  • Professor, Anesthesia, Stanford University School of Medicine (1994 - Present)

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