|Title||Associate Professor of Clinical|
|Institution||School of Medicine and Dentistry|
|Address||University of Rochester Medical Center|
School of Medicine and Dentistry
601 Elmwood Ave, Box 604
Rochester NY 14642
||1974||Honor Roll | University of Michigan|
||Alpha Omega Alpha | University of Michigan Alpha chapter|
||Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics|
Dr Shayevitz received his medical degree from the Univesity of Michigan Medical School in 1978, and went on to complete post-graduate residency training in Pediatrics and Anesthesiology, followed by a fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. He subsequently took a position at the Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit, MI, as a pediatric intensivist and anesthesiologist. After two years, he returned to the University of Michigan, where he joined the staff of the Department of Anesthesiology - Division of Pediatric Anesthesia. He organized the Division clinical research program there, and served on several committees. After spending 8 years in Ann Arbor, he took a position at Providnece Hospital in Southfield, MI, to develop pediatric inpatient and critical care services there. During the fifteen years he spent in Ann Arbor and Detroit, he developed a strong interest in pediatric pain management and pediatric palliative care and end-of-life decision-making, and served as the medical director of the pediatric palliative care team of the Hospice of Michigan. He then moved on to become the Director of Pediatric Critical Care Services at St Vincent Hospital and Medical Center in Toledo, OH, before resuming his anesthesia career at the University of Rochester in 2005.
In addition Dr Shayevitz completed coursework leading to a Master of Science degree from the University of Michigan School of Public Health in 1997 in biostatistics and clinical research design and administration. He continues to maintain an interest in collaborating with and mentoring faculty in clinical research in anesthesia, particularly epidemiologic aspects of pediatric ambulatory anesthesia outcomes.
He was the recipient of several grants, including from the American Heart Association and the NIH.
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