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Adam L. Wendling, MD

Adam L. Wendling, MD, AnesthesiologyAssociate Professor of Anesthesiology
Division Chief Obstetric Anesthesiology
Assistant Director, Postanesthesia Care Unit, Shands at UF

Contact Information

University of Florida
College of Medicine
Department of Anesthesiology
1600 SW Archer Road
PO Box 100254
Gainesville, Florida 32610-0254

Office Phone:

(352) 273-6575

Email:

awendling@anest.ufl.edu


 

Education

2011 MS, Medical Sciences University of Florida  Gainesville, FL
2006 Fellowship, Obstetric and Liver Transplant Anesthesia Department of Anesthesiology, University of Florida College of Medicine Gainesville, FL
2005 Residency, Anesthesiology University of Florida College of Medicine Gainesville, FL
2002 Internship Aultman Hospital Canton, OH
2001 MD Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine Rootstown, OH

Clinical/Research Interests

Medical education, OB, liver transplantation, coagulation, postoperative analgesia (beyond opioids, with adjunctive agents), ACLS instruction
 

Awards and Honors

2014  Best Research Abstract, David A. Paulus, MD Poster Symposium, Florida Medical Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida
2012 Best Research Abstract, Society for Education in Anesthesiology Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI
2012 Exemplary Teacher Award, University of Florida College of Medicine
2010 Shands Key Award, Shands Hospital at the University of Florida
2010 Exemplary Teacher Award, University of Florida College of Medicine
2009 Exemplary Teacher Award, University of Florida College of Medicine
1997 Golden Key Honor Society
1997 Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Honor Society

 

Selected Publications

  • White CW, Wendling A, Chuah J, Robb A, Lampotang S, Lizdas D, Martindale J, Pi G, Lok B. Using A Critical Incident Scenario with Virtual Humans to Assess Educational Needs of Nurses in a Post Anesthesia Care Unit. J Contin Educ Health Prof. Accepted for publication 2015.
  • Lok B, Chuah JH, Robb A, Cordar A, Lampotang S, Wendling A, White C: Mixed-Reality Humans for Team Training, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 34, no. 3: 72-5, 2014.
  • Robb A, White C, Cordar A, Wendling A, Lampotang S, Lok B: A Qualitative Evaluation of Behavior during Conflict with an Authoritative Virtual Human in T. Bickmore et al. (Eds.): Intelligent Virtual Agents 2014, Springer Berlin Heidelberg LNAI 8637, pp. 397–409, 2014 (nominated by 2 reviewers for best paper)
  • Robb A, White C, Cordar A, Wendling A, Lampotang S, Lok B. A qualitative evaluation of behavior during conflict with an authoritative virtual human. Intelligent Virtual Agents. 2014; 978-3-319-09766-4, pp 397-409.
  • Chuah JH, Robb A, White C, Wendling A, Lampotang S, Kopper R, Lok B: Exploring agent physicality and social presence for medical team training. Presence. 2013; 22(2):141-70.
  • Wendling A, Tighe PJ, Ozrazgat Baslanti T, Horodyski M, Conrad BP, Rectine G: Comparison of four airway devices on cervical spine alignment in cadaver models of global ligamentous instability at C1-2. Anesth Analg. 2013 Jul; 117(1):126-32.
  • Le-Wendling L, Bihorac A, Ozrazgat-Baslanti T, Lucas S, Sadasivan K, Heyman J, Wendling A, Boezaart AP: Regional anesthesia as compared to general anesthesia for surgery in geriatric patients with hip fracture: does it decrease morbidity, mortality, and healthcare costs? Results of a single-centered study. Pain Med 2012; 13(7):948-956.
  • Chuah JH, Robb A, White C, Wendling A, Lampotang S, Kopper R, Lok B: Increasing agent physicality to raise social presence and elicit realistic behavior. IEEE Virtual Reality. 2012; 978-1-4673-1246-2/12, pp 19-22.
  • Wendling AL, Seller A, Peterson E: Case report of a parturient with cyanotic congenital heart disease palliated with a Glenn procedure. J Clin Anesth. 2012; 24:586-589.
  • Parsons M, Conrad B, Rubery PT, Wendling A, Aydog T, Horodyski MB, Rechtine G: Comparison of four airway devices on cervical spine alignment in a cadaver model with global ligamentous instability at C5-6. Spine 2012; 37(6): 476-481.