Gevalin Srisooksai, M.D., joined us as an assistant professor of anesthesiology in the Division of Neuroanesthesiology on Oct. 24. She completed our Neuroanesthesiology Fellowship this fall after completing her anesthesiology residency with us. She also worked as OPS faculty throughout 2020 and 2021.
Dr. Srisooksai earned her medical degree at UF, as well as her undergraduate degree in biochemistry.
She has contributed to numerous abstracts and presentations and is the lead author on a recent case report on transcranial motor evoked potential monitoring in a patient with a deep brain stimulator, which was published in the Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology. She is also involved in an ongoing research study with Nicolai Goettel, M.D., titled “Anesthesiological Routine Care for Thrombectomy in Cerebral Ischemia (ARCTIC-I): An International Prospective Observational Study.”
Dr. Srisooksai helped teach simulation for intraoperative anaphylaxis and PEA arrest during this year’s Basic Skills Bootcamp, and she also has experience teaching neuroanatomy for medical students.
In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with her cats, playing PS5, and watching horror films.
Welcome, Dr. Srisooksai!