Ajay B. Antony, MD

Dr. Ajay AntonyAssistant Professor

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) 594-1878

Email

aantony@anest.ufl.edu

Administrative Assistant

Debbie Hagopian
Phone: (352) 273-8954
dhagopian@anest.ufl.edu


 

Dr. Antony is an assistant professor in the Division of Pain Medicine. He joined us from our very own department where he completed his residency in anesthesiology and fellowship in pain medicine. During his residency, he served as Chief Resident and was awarded the Michael E. Mahla Outstanding Resident of the Year Award, Best Resident for Outstanding Dedication and Service to the Department, and Outstanding Resident Teacher Award. He earned his Bachelor of Science at the University of Florida and earned his MD at St. George University School of Medicine. He is double-board certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine.

Dr. Antony is a member of many professional academic societies such as the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, the North American Neuromodulation Society (NANS), and the International Neuromodulation Society (INS). He has lectured both nationally and internationally on neuromodulation and other topics in pain medicine. Dr. Antony teaches national training courses for fellows and practicing physicians on both spinal cord stimulation (SCS) and dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation. His clinical practice and research at the University of Florida has a focus on neuromodulation and minimally invasive advanced treatments for pain.

 

Education and Training

2016 Fellow, Division of Pain Medicine College of Medicine, University of Florida Gainesville, FL
2015 Chief Resident, Department of Anesthesiology College of Medicine, University of Florida Gainesville, FL
2014 Resident, Department of Anesthesiology College of Medicine, University of Florida Gainesville, FL
2012 Intern, Department of Medicine College of Medicine, University of Florida Gainesville, FL
2011 MD St. George University School of Medicine Grenada, West Indies
2007 BS, Integrative Biology University of Florida Gainesville, FL

 

Honors and Awards

  • 2017 – Top Abstract, North American Neuromodulation Society Annual Meeting
  • 2017 – Best Faculty Member, Department of Anesthesiology Chair’s Award, University of Florida
  • 2015 – Michael E. Mahla Outstanding Resident of the Year, Department of Anesthesiology, Residency Graduation Award, University of Florida
  • 2015 – Best Resident for Outstanding Dedication and Service to the Department, Department of Anesthesiology, Residency Graduation Award, University of Florida
  • 2015 – Outstanding Resident Teacher Award, Society of Teaching Scholars, College of Medicine, University of Florida
  • 2014 – Outstanding Resident Teacher Award, Society of Teaching Scholars, College of Medicine, University of Florida
  • 2013 – Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
  • 2012 – Resident Teaching Award, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Florida
  • 2002 – Travel Award, International Meeting of the American Thoracic Society
  • 2002 – Editor’s Choice Award, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology

 

Membership in Academic Societies

  • 2015- present  International Spine Intervention Society
  • 2015- present  American Academy of Pain Medicine
  • 2013- present   American Pain Society
  • 2013- present   Alpha Omega Alpha
  • 2012- present  Institute for Healthcare Improvement
  • 2012- present   International Anesthesia Research Society
  • 2011- present  American Society of Anesthesiology

 

Selected Publications

  • T.W. Vollmer, M.J. Lozada, T.A. Bednar, A.B. Antony and R. Przkora. Spinal Cord Stimulation: Beneficial Effects in Raynaud`s Syndrome. 2015.
  • Antony AB, T Sudweeks, and Awoniyi C. Improvement in CA-1 Test Scores with a  Focused Study Guide. 2014.
  • Antony AB, Tepper RS and Mohammed KA. “Cockroach Antigen Increases Bronchial Airway Epithelial Permeability.” Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 110(4): 589-595, 2002.
  • Antony AB, J Hardwick and Mohammed KA. Allergenic Antigen Induce Permeability Change In Human Bronchial Airway Epithelial Cells.  American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. D40, 2002.