About Michael A Fowler
Michael Fowler, M.D., joined the UF Department of Anesthesiology in September of 2021 as an associate professor in the Division of Liver and Transplant Anesthesiology. He joins us from the Transplant Anesthesia Division at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he was an associate professor and residency program director. He earned his medical degree at St. Georges University School of Medicine and completed his residency in anesthesiology at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he was also a chief resident.
Dr. Fowler’s areas of expertise and interest are transplant anesthesia, regional anesthesia, ambulatory surgery, difficult airway, and postanesthesia recovery. He brings expertise in transplant anesthesiology, coming from an institution that performed more than 120 liver transplants and more than 300 kidney transplants in 2020. Before joining the Transplant Anesthesia Division at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2010, he was on the faculty of the Acute Pain Service/Regional Pain Division there.
Dr. Fowler has an extensive track record of leadership and scholarly activities and holds a patent for a flexible fiber optic scope holder and storage device. He has contributed to book chapters on postanesthesia recovery and anesthesia in pediatric interventional radiology. He has also given numerous lectures and presentations and reviewed articles for Anesthesia & Analgesia and other journals. Additionally, he is a member of numerous anesthesiology and medical societies and has served on several committees as well.
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