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  • 1. August 2012 James Gordon Cain, M.D., M.B.A, F.A.A.P. Past President, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society Past President, West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists Director, Perioperative Medical Services, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Director, Trauma Anesthesiology, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Visiting Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh 4401 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15224 Phone: 412.692.5260 Fax: 412.692.8685 E-mail: cainj@upmc.edu Home 107 Sherborne Drive, McMurray, Pennsylvania 15317 Phone: 724.942.3990 Cell: 724.506.3141 E-mail: jamesgcain@gmail.com Board Certification and LicensureBoard Certification: American Board of Anesthesiology, #30939 (1998), Voluntaryrecertification (2009)Board Certification: Critical Care Medicine, American Board of Anesthesiology, #30939 (1999)Licensure: Pennsylvania # MD-065687-L, Massachusetts # 15244 (1996-2005), West Virginia #19439 (1998-2004) EducationM.D.: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 1987-1992.Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaM.B.A.: University of Pittsburgh, Katz School of Business, 2011-2012.B.S.: Cum Laude: University of Scranton: A Jesuit University, 1983-1987.Scranton, PennsylvaniaMajor: Biology Minor: History Cognate: ChemistryLeadership Program: Physician Leadership Academy, The Advisory Board Company andChildren’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, 2010-present.Business Administration: Auburn University/Southern Medical Association businessadministration courses, 2001-2003. Postdoctoral TrainingCritical Care Fellow: Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts, 1997.Adult and Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia Fellow: Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, 1995-1996.Anesthesia Resident: Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 1
  • 2. Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, 1993-1996.Resident: Department of Emergency Medicine, Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven,Connecticut, 1993.Internal Medicine Resident: Yale Primary Care Internal Medicine Program, Yale UniversitySchool of Medicine, 1992-1993. Academic AppointmentsVisiting Associate Professor: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2005-present.Associate Professor: West Virginia University School of Medicine, 2004-2005.Assistant Professor: West Virginia University School of Medicine, 1998-2004.Instructor: Harvard University School of Medicine, 1998.Clinical Fellow: Harvard University School of Medicine, 1993-1997. Professional AppointmentsDirector of Perioperative Medical Services: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University ofPittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2008-present.Interim Associate Director of Perioperative Medical Services: Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2008.Charge Anesthesiologist: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh MedicalCenter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2008-present.Director of Trauma Anesthesiology: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of PittsburghMedical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2005-present.Pediatric Anesthesiologist: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh MedicalCenter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2005-present.Pediatric Transplantation Anesthesiologist: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University ofPittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2005-present.Anesthesiologist: Presbyterian University Hospital, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center,Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2005-2011.Pediatric Pain Physician: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh MedicalCenter, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2008.Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesiologist: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of PittsburghMedical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2005-2008.Charge Anesthesiologist: Ruby Memorial Hospital, Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center ofWest Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia, 1998-2005.Cardiac Anesthesiologist: Ruby Memorial Hospital, Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center ofWest Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia, 1998-2005.Anesthesiologist: Ruby Memorial Hospital, Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of WestVirginia University, 1998-2005.Anesthesiologist: Chestnut Ridge Hospital, Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of WestVirginia University, 1998-2005.Pediatric Anesthesiologist: West Virginia University Children’s Hospital, Robert C. ByrdHealth Sciences Center of West Virginia University, 1998-2005.Intensivist: Ruby Memorial Hospital, Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West VirginiaUniversity, 1998-2000, 2003-2005.Anesthesiologist: Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2003-2004.Pediatric Anesthesiologist: Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2003-2004.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 2
  • 3. Intensivist: Allegheny General Hospital, Western Pennsylvania Anesthesiology Associates,Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2003-2004.Intensivist: Forbes Regional Hospital, Western Pennsylvania Anesthesiology Associates,Monroeville, Pennsylvania, 2003-2004.Cardiac Anesthesiologist: Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2003-2004.Chief of Anesthesia: Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia, 2000-2003.Director of Anesthesia: Professional Anesthesia Services, North, Inc., Monongalia GeneralHospital, Morgantown, West Virginia, 2000-2003.Director of Post Anesthesia Care: Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia,2000-2003.Director of Acute Pain Service: Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia,2000-2003.Director of Pediatric Anesthesia: Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia,2000-2003.Intensivist: Monongalia General Hospital, 2000-2003.Anesthesiologist: Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia, 2000-2003.Pediatric Anesthesiologist: Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia, 2000-2003.Cardiac Anesthesiologist: Monongalia General Hospital, 1998-2003.Pediatric Intensivist: West Virginia University Children’s Hospital, Robert C. Byrd HealthSciences Center of West Virginia University, 1999-2000.Director of Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesia: Cardiac Anesthesia Group, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1998.Intensivist: Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1998.Cardiac Anesthesiologist: Cardiac Anesthesia Group, Department of Anesthesia and CriticalCare Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1996-1998.Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesiologist: Cardiac Anesthesia Group, Department of Anesthesia andCritical Care Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1996-1998.Assistant in Anesthesia: Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, 1998.Clinical Assistant in Anesthesia: Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, MassachusettsGeneral Hospital, 1996-1997.Technician: Medical Eye Bank of Western Pennsylvania, 1989-1992. Additional Professional ActivitiesPast President: International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society (ITACCS),International Trauma Care, Trauma Care International 2009-present.Past President: West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists, 2008-present.Honorary Member: West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists, 2006-present.Alternate Delegate: Pennsylvania Society of Anesthesiology Alternate Delegate to the AmericanSociety of Anesthesiologists, 2007-present.Founding member: World Society for Bariatric Anesthesia, 2004-present.Board of Directors: Pennsylvania Society of Anesthesiology, 2007-present.Editorial Board: Open Journal of Anesthesiology, 2011-present.Editorial Board: Journal of Pain and Relief, 2011-present.Editorial Reviewer: Anesthesia and Analgesia, Impact Factor 2.321, 2008-present.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 3
  • 4. Member: Guidelines Committee, Pediatric Trauma Society, 2012-present.Reviewer: Pediatric Blunt Trauma Guidelines, Guidelines Committee, Pediatric Trauma Society,2012.Reviewer: Pediatric Preparedness Resource Kit, American Academy of Pediatrics, 2012.Representative: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC’s Representative on a UPMCSystem-wide Surgical Safety Initiative Committee, 2012-present.Program Chair: Pediatric Trauma Anesthesiology, 15th Annual World Congress ofAnesthesiology, Buenos Aires, 2012.Program Chair: Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesiology, 15th Annual World Congress ofAnesthesiology, Buenos Aires, 2012.Program Chair: Trauma Anesthesiology Workshop, 15th Annual World Congress ofAnesthesiology, Buenos Aires, 2012.Founding Member: Pediatric Transplantation Anesthesiology Team, Department ofAnesthesiology, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, 2012.Chair: Resident Evaluation and Competency Committee, Department of Anesthesiology,University of Pittsburgh, 2011-present.Committee Member: System-wide Surgical Safety Initiative Committee, UPMC, 2012-present.Committee Member: Resident Curriculum Committee, Department of Anesthesiology,University of Pittsburgh, 2011-present.Committee Member: Medical Student Curriculum Committee, Department of Anesthesiology,University of Pittsburgh, 2011-present.Committee Member: Resident Evaluation Committee, Department of Anesthesiology,University of Pittsburgh, 2011-present.Member: Physician Leadership Group, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, 2011-present.Committee Member: Perioperative Strategic Planning, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, 2010-present.Committee Member: Critical Care Medicine Committee, Pennsylvania Society ofAnesthesiology, 2010-present.Consultant: Hospira, 2010-present.Speaker’s Bureau: NeurogesX, 2010-present.Committee Member: American Society of Anesthesiologists Lifeline Advisory Council, 2009-present.Committee Member: Perioperative Efficiency Task Force, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh,2009-present.Anesthesiology Liaison: American College of Surgeons’ Level 1 Site Survey Group, Children’sHospital of Pittsburgh, 2009-present.Committee Member: Fellowship Curriculum Committee, Department of Anesthesiology,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, University of Pittsburgh, 2008-present.Committee Member: International Committee for the Study and Development of Anesthesia inMorbid Obesity, 2004-present.Committee Member: Perioperative Executive Committee, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh,2008-present.Committee Member: Operating Room Steering Committee, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh,2008-present.Committee Member: Anesthesia for Spinal Fusion Working Group, Department ofJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 4
  • 5. Anesthesiology, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, 2008-present.Committee Member: Pediatric Advanced Airway Management, Pediatric AnesthesiologyFellowship, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Department ofAnesthesiology, 2008-present.Committee Member: Membership Committee, Pennsylvania Society of Anesthesiology, 2007-present.Committee Member: Resident Evaluation and Competency Committee, Department ofAnesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, 2007-present.Committee Member: Resident Education Committee, Department of Anesthesiology,University of Pittsburgh, 2007-present.Committee Member: Medical Advisory Committee for Trauma, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh, 2005-present.Speaker’s Bureau: Hospira, Precedex Education, 2004-present.Faculty Adviser: Kristian Werneid, M.D., Anesthesiology Resident, UPMC, University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology, 2011-present.Faculty Adviser: Bryan Fritz, M.D., Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellow, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh of UPMC, University of Department of Anesthesiology, 2009-2010.Faculty Adviser: Idi Allen, M.D., Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellow, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh of UPMC, University of Department of Anesthesiology, 2008-2009.Reviewer: Abstract reviewer, International Anesthesia and Research Society Annual Meeting,2009.President: International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society (ITACCS), InternationalTrauma Care, Trauma Care International 2005-2009.Board of Directors: European Trauma Course, 2008-2009.Editor: TraumaCare, Journal of International TraumaCare, 2007-2009.Associate Executive Director: International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society(ITACCS), International Trauma Care, Trauma Care International 2002-2009.Director: Trauma and Resuscitation International Group for Experimentation and Research(TRIGER), 2002-2009.Board of Directors: International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, InternationalTrauma Care, Trauma Care International 2001-2009.Chair: Education and Training Committee, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical CareSociety, International Trauma Care, Trauma Care International 2003-2009.Committee Member: Critical Care Committee, International Trauma Anesthesia and CriticalCare Society, International Trauma Care, Trauma Care International 2002-2009.Committee Member: Disaster and Mass Casualty Committee, International Trauma Anesthesiaand Critical Care Society, International Trauma Care, Trauma Care International 2002-2009.Committee Member: Education and Training Committee, International Trauma Anesthesia andCritical Care Society, International Trauma Care, Trauma Care International 2002-2009.Scientific and Educational Exhibitor: New York State Society of Anesthesiologists PostGraduate Assembly, New York, New York, December 2008.Scientific and Educational Exhibitor: American Society of Anesthesiologists, Orlando, Florida,October 2008.Anesthesiology Liaison: American College of Surgeons’ Level 1 Site Survey Group, Children’sHospital of Pittsburgh, 2007-2008.Vice Chair-person: TraumaCare 2008 Program Committee 2006-2008.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 5
  • 6. Member: TraumaCare 2008 Steering Committee 2006-2008.Immediate Past President: West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists, 2006-2008.Editorial Board: TraumaCare, OR and Intensive Care, 2001-2007.Scientific and Educational Exhibitor: American Society of Anesthesiologists, San Francisco,California, October 2007.Chair: TraumaCare2007 Program (20 CME hours), 20 th Annual Trauma and Critical CareSymposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Las Vegas, May 2007.Scientific and Educational Exhibitor: American Society of Anesthesiologists, Chicago, Illinois,October 2006.Board of Directors: TraumaCare 2006 Program, 19th Annual Trauma and Critical CareSymposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Santiago, Chile,September 2006.President: West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists, 2004-2006.Executive Committee: West Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists, 2002-2006.Guest Editor: TraumaCare, Volume 2 2006.Co-Director: ACCME Recredentialing, International TraumaCare, 2005-2006.Guest Reviewer: Anesthesia & Analgesia, 2005.Scientific and Educational Exhibitor: American Society of Anesthesiologists, Atlanta, Georgia,October 2005.Written Examination Question Writer: American Board of Anesthesiology, 2005.Oral Board Examiner: American Board of Anesthesiology, 2004-2005.President-elect: International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society (ITACCS),International Trauma Care, Trauma Care International 2004-2005.Vice President: International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society (ITACCS),International Trauma Care, Trauma Care International 2003-2005.Speaker’s Bureau: Abbott Laboratories, Precedex Education, 2002-2004.Speakers Bureau: Abbott Laboratories, Ultiva Education, 2001-2004.President-Elect: West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists, 2002-2004.Delegate: West Virginia Delegate to American Society of Anesthesiologists, 2001-2002, 2003-2004.Scientific and Educational Exhibitor: American Society of Anesthesiologists, Las Vegas,Nevada, October 2004.Director: Quality Assurance and Quality Control, Department of Anesthesia, MonongaliaGeneral Hospital, 2000-2003.Director: Policy and Procedures, Department of Anesthesia, Monongalia General Hospital,2000-2003.Committee Member: Medical Executive Committee, Monongalia General Hospital, 2001-2003.Committee Member: Surgical Policy Committee, Monongalia General Hospital, 2001-2003.Committee Member: Medical Administration Committee, Monongalia General Hospital, 2001-2003.Committee Member: Peer Review Committee, Monongalia General Hospital, 2000-2003.Committee Member: Obstetrics Committee, Monongalia General Hospital, 2000-2003.Scientific and Educational Exhibitor: American Society of Anesthesiologists, San Francisco,California, October 2003.Alternate Representative: West Virginia representative to National Anesthesia Medicare CarrierAdvisory Committee, 2001-2002.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 6
  • 7. Scientific and Educational Exhibitor: American Society of Anesthesiologists, Orlando, Florida,October 2002.Alternate Representative: West Virginia Medicare Carrier Advisory Committee, 2001-2002.Committee Member: Hospital Bylaws Committee, Monongalia General Hospital, 2001-2002.Director: West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists Subcommittee on Anesthesiologist’sAssistants in West Virginia, 2001-2002.Committee Member: Surgical Policy Committee Sub-committee for Continuous NarcoticInfusions, Monongalia General Hospital, 2001-2002.Chair: Resident Evaluation and Competency Committee, Department of Anesthesiology, WestVirginia University School of Medicine, 2000-2001.Committee Member: Ethics Committee, Ruby Memorial Hospital, Chestnut Ridge Hospital,and West Virginia University Children’s Hospital, Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center ofWest Virginia University Hospitals, 1999-2001.Committee Member: Resident Evaluation and Competency Committee, Department ofAnesthesiology, West Virginia University School of Medicine, 1999-2001.Director: Chief Resident Selection Committee, Department of Anesthesiology, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, 1999-2001.Committee Member: West Virginia Crisis Simulator Center Committee, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, 1998-2001.Scientific and Educational Exhibitor: American Society of Anesthesiologists, New Orleans,Louisiana, October 2001.Consultant: National Ultiva Speakers Bureau Meeting, Abbott Laboratories, Miami, March2001.Committee Member: Transfusion Committee, Ruby Memorial Hospital and West VirginiaUniversity Children’s Hospital, Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West VirginiaUniversity Hospitals, 1999-2001.Committee Member: Clinical Competency Committee, Department of Anesthesiology, WestVirginia University School of Medicine, 1999-2001.Committee Member: Research Committee, Department of Anesthesiology, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, 1999-2001.Committee Member: Education Committee, Department of Anesthesiology, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, 1998-2001.Advisor: Faculty advisor to Jonas Tesfaye, M.D., Resident, Department of Anesthesiology, WestVirginia University School of Medicine, 1998-2001.Committee Member: Surgical Task Force, Monongalia General Hospital, 2000-2001.Director: Quality Assurance, Department of Anesthesiology, West Virginia University School ofMedicine, 1999-2000.Director: Cardiac Anesthesia Fellowship, Department of Anesthesiology, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, 1999-2000. Committee Member: Massive Transfusion Committee, Ruby Memorial Hospital and WestVirginia University Children’s Hospital, Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West VirginiaUniversity Hospitals, 2000.Committee Member: Reduction Pneumoplasty Team, Ruby Memorial Hospital, Robert C. ByrdHealth Sciences Center of West Virginia University Hospitals, 1999-2000.Committee Member: Department of Anesthesiology Promotions and Tenure Committee, WestVirginia University School of Medicine, 1998-2000.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 7
  • 8. Committee Member: National Committee for Educational Meetings, Society for Education inAnesthesia, 1999-2000.Scientific and Educational Exhibitor: American Society of Anesthesiologists, San Francisco,California, October 2000.Mentor: Faculty mentor for Carla Rodriguez, First Month Resident Orientation, Department ofAnesthesiology, West Virginia University School of Medicine, January 2000.Mentor: Faculty mentor for Paul Talbot, M.D, First Month Resident Orientation, Department ofAnesthesiology, West Virginia University School of Medicine, July 1999.Committee Member: Cardiothoracic Surgery Provider Partnering SubCommittee (Lungs), RubyMemorial Hospital, Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West Virginia UniversityHospitals, 1999.Committee Member: Vascular Surgery Provider Partnering Team, Ruby Memorial Hospital,Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West Virginia University Hospitals, 1999.Consultant: National American Red Cross Medical Advisory Board Meeting regardingPLAS+SD (Pooled Plasma, Solvent/Detergent Treated), Washington, D.C., March, 1999.Liaison: Department of Anesthesiology Industrial Liaison, West Virginia University School ofMedicine, 1998-1999.Director: Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care Journal Club, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, 1997-1998.Director: Program for education on non operating room use of laryngeal mask airway, includingassisting in development of pilot program for education and instruction of critical care nurses inLMA use, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1997-1998.Coordinator: Guidelines for invasive monitoring in the intensive care unit, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1997-1998.Committee Member: Fellow Evaluation and Competency Committee, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1998Committee Member: Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care Clinical Practices and SafetyCommittee, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1996-1998.Committee Member: Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care Clinical Practices and SafetyCommittee, Planning Subcommittee, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1998. Teaching ExperienceVisiting Associate Professor: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2005-present.Visiting Professor: University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, November 2010.Visiting Professor: West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, February 2009.Associate Professor: West Virginia University School of Medicine, 2004-2005.Assistant Professor: West Virginia University School of Medicine, 1998-2004.Instructor: Harvard University School of Medicine, 1998.Clinical Fellow: Harvard University School of Medicine, 1993-1997.Program Chair: Pediatric Trauma Anesthesiology, 15th Annual World Congress ofAnesthesiology, Buenos Aires, 2012.Program Chair: Pediatric Cardiac Anesthesiology, 15th Annual World Congress ofAnesthesiology, Buenos Aires, 2012.Program Chair: Trauma Anesthesiology Work Shop, 15th Annual World Congress ofAnesthesiology, Buenos Aires, 2012.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 8
  • 9. Instructor: University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Anesthesiology Annual AnesthesiologyBoard Review Course, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 2012.Committee Member: Pediatric Advanced Airway Management, Pediatric AnesthesiologyFellowship, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Department ofAnesthesiology, 2008-present.Speaker’s Bureau: Hospira, Precedex Education, 2004-presentCommittee Member: Pediatric Advanced Airway Management, Pediatric AnesthesiologyFellowship, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Department ofAnesthesiology, 2008-present.Instructor: University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Anesthesiology Annual AnesthesiologyBoard Review Course, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 2012.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident: Jill Sagonda-Gerrero, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, June 2012.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident: Anthony Silipo, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, May 2012.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow: Kathleen Barrett, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, May 2012.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow: Tara Knizner, M.D., University of Pittsburgh Departmentof Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, May 2012.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow: R. Scott Lang, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2012.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow: Brian Blasiole, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2012.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow: Amelia Randall, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2012.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident: Totulope Coker, M.D., Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh of UPMC Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program,November 2011.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident: Scott Muir, M.D., University of Pittsburgh Departmentof Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, June 2011.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident: R. Scott Lang, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, April 2011.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow: Kuo Nguyen, M.D., University of Pittsburgh Departmentof Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, April 2011.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow: Ralph Beltran, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, April 2011.Instructor: University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Anesthesiology Annual AnesthesiologyBoard Review Course, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 2011.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident: Dan Mulcrone, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, November 2010.Instructor: University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Anesthesiology Annual AnesthesiologyBoard Review Course, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 2010.Mock Oral Examiner: Faculty: Babak Mayer, M.D., University of Pittsburgh Department ofAnesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, April 2010.Mock Oral Examiner: Resident: Walid Osta, M.D., University of Pittsburgh Department ofAnesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2010.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 9
  • 10. Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident: Philip Chuang, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, December 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Ted Ley, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, November 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Charles Lin, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, September 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Idi Allen, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, July 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Reza Mohammad, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, July 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Denise Hall-Burton, M.D. University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, April 2009.Instructor: University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Anesthesiology Annual AnesthesiologyBoard Review Course, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Richard McAfee, M.D. University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, April 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Patrick Callahan M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, April 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Erica Schmitt, University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, April 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Patrick Callahan M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Leo Mussachia M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Janelle Nielsen, D.O. University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, February 2009.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Lavinia Kolarczyk, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, December 2008.Instructor: Pediatric Anesthesia Update, University of Pittsburgh Department of AnesthesiologySchool of Nursing, Nurse Anesthesia Program, November 2008.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Jay Tuchman M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, October 2008.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Adam Tune M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, September 2008.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Jay Tuchman M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, September 2008.Chair, Moderator and Judge: Poster Session, TraumaCare 2008 Program, 21 st Annual Traumaand Critical Care Symposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society,Yokohama Japan, June 2008.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Tonga Suresh M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, April 2008.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Roy Berenholtz, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, April 2008.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Tonga Suresh M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2008.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Codruto Soneru, M.D., University ofJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 10
  • 11. Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2008.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Antonio Cassara, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2008.Instructor: Workshop, American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Francisco,October 2007.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Faculty examinee: Scott Brancolini, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, September 2007.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Vahid Grami, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, September 2007.Chair: TraumaCare2007 Program (20 CME hours), 20 th Annual Trauma and Critical CareSymposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Las Vegas, May 2007.Moderator and Judge: Poster Session, TraumaCare2007 Program (20 CME hours), 20th AnnualTrauma and Critical Care Symposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical CareSociety, Las Vegas, May 2007Mock Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee:Christopher Stemland, M.D., University of Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock OralBoard Exam Program, April 2007.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Ivan Colaizzi, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2007.Board of Directors: TraumaCare 2006 Program, 19th Annual Trauma and Critical CareSymposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Santiago, Chile,September 2006.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Faculty examinee: Igor Seminov, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, September 2006.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Arnand Dugar, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, September 2006.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Examinee: David Provenzano, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, September 2006.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Faculty examinee: Aparna Phadke, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, August 2006.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Michael Marzouk, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, July 2006.Instructor: University of Pittsburgh’s Third Annual Postgraduate Anesthesia Conference, June2006.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Michael Marzouk, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, June 2006.Co-Director: ACCME Recredentialing, International TraumaCare, 2005-2006.Instructor: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCare,St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Lecturer: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Pediatric Anesthesia Update Symposium, Universityof Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, March 2006.Lecturer: Manejo de la via aerea y ventilacion en la emergencia, Ateno Abierto de Anesthesia,Terapia Intensiva y Emergencia, Hospital Britannico de Buenos Aires, Argentina, February 2006.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Avidan Rappaport, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2006.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Dewan Haque., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2006.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 11
  • 12. Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Helen Lim, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, March 2006.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Mario Montoya, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, January 2005.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Andrea Tan, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, January 2005.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Tom Chalifoux, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, January 2005.Pediatric anesthesia key word session: Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia andTracheoesophageal fistula: Moderator, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University ofPittsburgh, December 2005Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Mario De Angelis, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, November 2005.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Bijo Thomas, M.D., University of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, November 2005.Lecturer: Refresher Course Lecture, American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting,Atlanta, October 2005.Instructor: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCare,Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Oral Board Examiner: American Board of Anesthesiology, San Francisco, September 2005.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: David Whiting, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, September 2005.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Eric Davidson, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, September 2005.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Fellow examinee: Harshad Guraney, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, July 2005.Instructor: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCare,European North Cape Cruise, June-July 2005.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Resident examinee: Monica Bolland, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, June 2005.Mock Oral Board Examiner: Case: Resident examinee: Levi Zimmerman, M.D., University ofPittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Mock Oral Board Exam Program, June 2005.Program Co-Director: TraumaCare 2005 Program, 18th Annual Trauma and Critical CareSymposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Paris, May 2005.Moderator and Judge: Poster Session, TraumaCare 2005 Program, 18th Annual Trauma andCritical Care Symposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Paris, May2005.Co-moderator: The Inner Circle Wealth Strategies Forum, BFI Consulting AG (Zurich-Embatingen, Switzerland), Nassau, Bahamas, January 2005.Speaker’s Bureau: Abbott Laboratories, Precedex Education, 2002-2004Speaker’s Bureau: Abbott Laboratories, Ultiva Education, 2001-2004Instructor: TraumaCare2003 Program, 17th Annual Trauma and Critical Care Symposium,International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Sydney, Australia, October 2004.Instructor: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaAnesthesia and Critical Care Society, Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.Moderator and Judge: Poster Session, TraumaCare 2004 Program, 17th Annual Trauma andJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 12
  • 13. Critical Care Symposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Sydney,September 2004.Instructor: Rhode Island Society of Anesthesiologists 10th Annual Meeting, Providence, RhodeIsland, September 2004.Instructor: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaAnesthesia and Critical Care Society, Falmouth, Massachusetts, July 2004.Instructor: CMC Trauma Conference, Scranton, Pennsylvania, April 2004.Instructor: Fundamental Critical Care Support Course, American Society of Critical CareMedicine, 1999-2003.Instructor: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaAnesthesia and Critical Care Society, Alaska, August 2003.Chair: TraumaCare 2003 Program, 16th Annual Trauma Anesthesia and Critical CareSymposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Dallas, May 2003.Scientific Program Director: TraumaCare2003 Program, 16th Annual Trauma and Critical CareSymposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Dallas, May 2003.Chair: New Directions in Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Session, TraumaCare2003Program, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Dallas, May 2003.Chair: Trauma Education, Simulation, and Patient Safety Session, TraumaCare2003 Program,International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Dallas, May 2003.Instructor: New Directions in Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Session, TraumaCare2003Program, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Dallas, May 2003.Instructor: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaAnesthesia and Critical Care Society, Turks and Caicos, November 2002.Director and Instructor: Section of Invasive Monitoring, West Virginia University School ofMedicine, Clinical Skills Course for Second Year Medical Students, 1998-2001.Director and Instructor: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, InternationalTrauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Mediterranean Cruise, August 2001.Instructor: Anesthesiology Orientation Lectures, Department of Anesthesiology, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, January 2001.Director and Instructor: Section: Ventilator Management, Fundamental Critical Care SupportCourse, Society of Critical Care Medicine, Center for Rural Emergency Medicine, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, Morgantown, West Virginia, September 2000.Co-Director and Instructor: Cardiovascular Anesthesia Education, Department of Anesthesia,West Virginia University School of Medicine, 1998-2000.Instructor: Morning Report, Department of Anesthesiology, West Virginia University School ofMedicine, 1998-2000.Director and Instructor: Section: Pediatric and Adult Airway Management, FundamentalCritical Care Support Course, Society of Critical Care Medicine, Center for Rural EmergencyMedicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, West Virginia, March2000.Instructor: Anesthesiology Orientation Lectures, Department of Anesthesiology, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, January 2000.Instructor: Anesthesiology Orientation Lectures, Department of Anesthesiology, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, July 1999.Director and Instructor: Section: Diagnosis and Management of Shock, Fundamental CriticalCare Support Course, Society of Critical Care Medicine, West Virginia University School ofJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 13
  • 14. Medicine, Morgantown, West Virginia, March 1999.Director and Instructor: Section: Myocardial Ischemia and Infarction, Fundamental CriticalCare Support Course, Society of Critical Care Medicine, West Virginia University School ofMedicine, Morgantown, West Virginia, March 1999.Director and Instructor: Section: Pediatric and Adult Airway Management, FundamentalCritical Care Support Course, Society of Critical Care Medicine, Morgantown, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, West Virginia, March 1999.Instructor: Harvard Combined Critical Care Review Course, Airway Management Workshop,Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 1998.Instructor: ACLS Review Course, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, MassachusettsGeneral Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, March 1998.Instructor: ACLS Review Course, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, MassachusettsGeneral Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, November 1997.Instructor: ACLS Review Course, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, MassachusettsGeneral Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, September 1997.Instructor: ACLS Review Course, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, MassachusettsGeneral Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, July, 1997.Instructor: Harvard Combined Critical Care Review Course, Airway Management Workshop,Cambridge, April 1997.Clinical Fellow: Harvard University School of Medicine, 1993-1997.Clinical and didactic teaching of medical students, house officers and allied health professionals.Resident: Department of Emergency Medicine, Yale-New Haven Hospital, 1993.Clinical teaching of medical students and house officers.Medical Resident: Yale Primary Care Medicine Program, 1992-1993.Clinical teaching of medical students and house officers.Instructor and tutor: Neuroscience Review Course, University of Pittsburgh School ofMedicine, 1990.Didactic instruction of neuroscience to medical students. Professional MembershipsAmerican Society of Anesthesiologists, Pennsylvania Society of Anesthesiologists, AmericanAcademy of Pediatrics, Pediatric Trauma Society, Pennsylvania Medical Association, AlleghenyCounty Medical Society, West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists (Honorary Member),World Bariatric Anesthesia Society Honors and AwardsSelected to Marquis’ “Who’s Who in America”: 2013.Selected for University Faculty Honors Convocation: University of Pittsburgh, 2012.Selected as “Most Supportive Anesthesia Staff Member”: National Nursing WeekCelebration, Procedure Center, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, 2012.Selected to Marquis’ “Who’s Who in Business”: 2012Selected to Marquis’ “Who’s Who in America”: 2012.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.47/9 faculty evaluation for fellow teaching, 2012.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.71/9 faculty evaluation for resident teaching, 2012.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 14
  • 15. Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 7.94/9 faculty evaluation for medical student teaching, 2012.Selected for University Faculty Honors Convocation: University of Pittsburgh, 2011.Selected to Marquis’ “Who’s Who in Business”: 2011.Accepted as Fellow of American Academy of Pediatrics: 2011.Selected to Cambridge Whos Who Registry Among Executives and Professionals: 2010-2011.Selected for Leadership Program: Physician Leadership Academy, The Advisory BoardCompany and Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, 2010-2011.Selected one of “Pittsburgh’s Top Anesthesiologists”: International Association ofAnesthesiologists, 2010-2011.Selected to Marquis’ “Who’s Who in America”: 2011.Nominated Department of Anesthesiology’s Top Teacher, University of Pittsburgh School ofMedicine: 19 nominated from faculty of > 220, 2011.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.88/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly fellow evaluation. 2011.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.33/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly resident evaluation. 2011Selected one of “America’s Top Anesthesiologists”: “Guide to America’s TopAnesthesiologists”, Consumers Research Council of America, 2010.Selected to Marquis’ “Who’s Who in America”: 2010.Visiting Professor: University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, November 2010.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.88/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly fellow evaluation. 2010.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.58/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly resident evaluation. 2010Selected one of “America’s Top Anesthesiologists”: “Guide to America’s TopAnesthesiologists”, Consumers Research Council of America, 2009.Selected to Marquis’ “Who’s Who in America”: 2009.Visiting Professor: West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, February 2009.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.78/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly fellow evaluation. 2009.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.63/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly resident evaluation. 2009Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, Nurse Anesthesia Program, University ofPittsburgh School of Nursing: 3.82/4 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly studentevaluation. 2009.Selected one of “America’s Top Anesthesiologists”: “Guide to America’s TopAnesthesiologists”, Consumers Research Council of America, 2008.Selected to “Who’s Who in America”: 2008.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.67/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly fellow evaluation. 2008.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.46/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly resident evaluation. 2008Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, Nurse Anesthesia Program, University ofPittsburgh School of Nursing: 3.55/4 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly studentJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 15
  • 16. evaluation. 2008.Selected one of “America’s Top Anesthesiologists”: “Guide to America’s TopAnesthesiologists”, Consumers Research Council of America, 2007.Selected to “Who’s Who in America”: 2007.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.72/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly fellow evaluation. 2007.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.625/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly resident evaluation. 2007Honorary Member, West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiology: 2006-present.Selected one of “America’s Top Physicians”: “Guide to America’s Top Physicians”,Consumers Research Council of America, 2006.Selected one of “America’s Top Anesthesiologists”: “Guide to America’s TopAnesthesiologists”, Consumers Research Council of America, 2006.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.95/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly fellow evaluation. 2006Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, University of Pittsburgh Schoolof Medicine: 8.92/9 overall faculty evaluation for teaching for yearly resident evaluation. 2006Selected one of “America’s Top Physicians”: “Guide to America’s Top Physicians”,Consumers Research Council of America, 2005.Selected one of “America’s Top Anesthesiologists”: “Guide to America’s TopAnesthesiologists”, Consumers Research Council of America, 2005.Written Board Question Writer: American Board of Anesthesiology, 2005.Oral Board Examiner: American Board of Anesthesiology, 2005.Selected one of “America’s Top Anesthesiologists”: “Guide to America’s TopAnesthesiologists”, Consumers Research Council of America, 2004.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, Western PennsylvaniaAnesthesia: Top ranked faculty for overall yearly resident evaluation, 2003-2004.American Society of Anesthesiologists’ Leadership Spokesperson Training Program: one ofthirty invited participants from ASA membership of 37,000, Washington, D.C., May 2004.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, West Virginia University Schoolof Medicine: Second ranked overall faculty evaluation for teaching approaches for overall yearlyresident evaluation, 4.67/5 score for 2003.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, West Virginia University Schoolof Medicine: Third ranked overall faculty evaluation for role model for overall yearly residentevaluation, 4.67/5 score for 2003.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, West Virginia University Schoolof Medicine: Third ranked overall faculty evaluation for yearly resident evaluation, 4.67/5 scorefor 2003.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, Western PennsylvaniaAnesthesia: Top ranked faculty for overall yearly resident evaluation, 2002-2003.Pain and Anesthesiology Review, West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists AnnualMeeting, White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, May 2002, highest overall ranked speaker formeeting (4.63/5.00).Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, West Virginia University Schoolof Medicine: Top ranked part-time faculty for overall yearly resident evaluation, 2000.Year 2000: State of the Art in Anesthesiology, Clinical Update on Anesthesiology, PainJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 16
  • 17. Management, and Critical Care, West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists AnnualMeeting, White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, May 2000, highest ranked speaker for meeting.Fundamental Critical Care Support Course, Society of Critical Care Medicine, Center forRural Emergency Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, WestVirginia, March 2000, highest rated speaker for course.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, West Virginia University Schoolof Medicine: Top ranked faculty. Received perfect 5/5 score for overall yearly residentevaluation, 1998.Department of Anesthesiology Faculty Teaching Ranking, West Virginia University Schoolof Medicine: Top ranked faculty. Received perfect 5/5 score for overall yearly residentevaluation, 1999.University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine coursework honors: Anesthesiology,Anesthesiology Research x 2, Pain Management, Medicine Acting Internship, Renal Medicine,Neurology, Pediatrics, Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation, Plastic Surgery, Ophthalmology,Neuroscience, and Clinical Skills; selected as technician for Medical Eye Bank of WesternPennsylvania (2 selected from class of 130).United States Navy Scholarship: competitive full tuition and living expenses award for medicalschool. (Award declined)University of Scranton: B.S., Cum Laude, University Honors Program (28 selected from classof 750), Presidential and Redington Scholarships (full tuition support), Phi Alpha Theta(International Honor Society in History), Dean’s List.Varsity Wrestling Letterman: University of Scranton, 1983-1986. Research InterestsTraumatologyCardiac and pulmonary physiologyDexmedetomidine Bibliography Book Chapters and MonographsAdams, Phillip; Cain, James; Trauma Anesthesiology, Fundamentals of Clinical Anesthesia,2013 (anticipated).Emerick, Trent; Cain, James; Crystalloids, The 5-Minute Anesthesia Consult, Ed. Singh-Radcliff, Wolters Kluwer Health, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2012 (anticipated).Bane, Brian; Cain, James; The A,B,C,D’s of Perioperative Medicine: Airway, Breathing,Circulation……Diet?, High Protein Diets and Their Effects Upon Anesthesia, 2012(anticipated).Cladis, Franklin; M.D., Anixter, Miriam, M.D., Lichtenstein, Stephen, M.D., Cain, James G.,M.D., Davis, Peter, M.D. "Organ Transplantation", A Practice of Anesthesia for Infants andChildren, Ed. Cote, 2012 (anticipated).James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 17
  • 18. Cain, James G., Section 1 Pediatric Airway, Part 1 Cervical spine precautions, SmithsAnesthesia for Infants and Children, 7th edition. DVD, Davis PJ, Cladis FP, Motoyama EK(editors), Philadelphia, Elsevier, 2011.Silviano, Barbieri, Pedro, Grande, Christopher M., Cain, James G., Boedeker, Ben, Grizales R.,Clara Lucia. “Manejo de la Via Aerea en Trauma”, Chapter 16, pp 151-170, Trauma, 2nd Edicion,Ed. Ferrada, Ricardo and Rodriguez, Aurelio, 2009.Cladis, Franklin; M.D., Anixter, Miriam, M.D., Lichtenstein, Stephen, M.D., Cain, James G.,M.D., Davis, Peter, M.D. "Organ Transplantation", A Practice of Anesthesia for Infants andChildren, Ed. Cote, 2008.Cain, James G., M.D., Editor, Massive Transfusion and Control of Hemorrhage in the TraumaPatient, TraumaCare,18:1, July 2008.Cain, James G., M.D., Guest Editor, Dexmedetomidine and Hextend: Their Role in TraumaCare, TraumaCare,17:1, July 2007.Cain, James Gordon, Cohen. Jonathon B, Kistler, Eric B, Camporesi, Enrico M. “Shock”,Chapter 18, Trauma: Critical Care, Volume 2, Ed. Wilson, Grande, and Hoyt, 2007.Cain, James G., Grande, Christopher M., Section 1 Pediatric Airway, Part 1 Cervical spineprecautions, Smiths Anesthesia for Infants and Children, 7th edition. DVD, Motoyama EK,Davis PJ (editors), Philadelphia, Elsevier, 2005.Cain, James G., M.D., “Essentials of Pediatric Trauma Care”. 56th Annual Refresher CourseLectures and Basic Science Reviews, 153:1-7, American Society of Anesthesiologists, 2005.Cain, James G, M.D. “Specific Considerations with Cardiac Disease”. Clinical AnesthesiaProcedures of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Sixth Edition. Ed. William Hurford, M.D., etal, Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 2002.Suarez, Thomas, M.D., Cain, James G., M.D., “Valvular Heart Disease”. Critical CareHandbook of the Massachusetts General Hospital. 3rd Edition. Ed. William Hurford, M.D.,Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 2000.Suarez, Thomas, M.D., Cain, James G., M.D., “Pacemakers and Implantable Defibrillators”.Critical Care Handbook of the Massachusetts General Hospital. 3rd Edition. Ed. WilliamHurford, M.D., Little, Brown and Company, 2000.Kwo, Jean, M.D. and Cain, James G., M.D. “Side Effects of Mechanical Ventilation”.Anesthesiology Resident’s Guide to Learning in the Intensive Care Unit. Ed. Lucy A. Weston,Ph.D., M.D., American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists, Park Ridge Illinois, 1999.Cain, James G, M.D. and Wollman, Lisa, M.D. “Specific Considerations with CardiacDisease”. Clinical Anesthesia Procedures of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Fifth Edition.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 18
  • 19. Ed. William Hurford, M.D., et al, Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1997.Cain, James G., “Leiomyosarcoma”. Make-A-Wish Foundation Disease Reference Manual.Ed. Linda Barthauer, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Pittsburgh, 1987.Cain, James G., M.D.: Essentials of Pediatric Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest AnesthesiaSeminars, St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Dexmedetomidine in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest AnesthesiaSeminars, St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Management of Hypotension in Trauma: Trauma: Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Fluid Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest AnesthesiaSeminars, Trauma, St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Shock: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, St. Kitts,West Indies, April 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Management of Hypertension in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approachto the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, NorthwestAnesthesia Seminars, Trauma St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Dexmedetomidine in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest AnesthesiaSeminars, South American Cruise, February 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Spinal cord injury and brain trauma: Trauma: Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, South American Cruise.Cain, James G., M.D.: Management of Hypotension in Trauma: Trauma: Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, South American Cruise, January 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Fluid Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest AnesthesiaSeminars, Trauma, South American Cruise, January 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Shock: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 19
  • 20. International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, SouthAmerican Cruise, January 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Management of Hypertension in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approachto the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, NorthwestAnesthesia Seminars, Trauma St. Kitts, South American Cruise, January 2006.Cain, James G., M.D.: Dexmedetomidine in Trauma Sedation Management: Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Cain, James G., M.D.: Management of Hypotension in Trauma: Trauma: Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Cain, James G., M.D.: Fluid Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest AnesthesiaSeminars, Trauma, Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Cain, James G., M.D.: Shock: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars,Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Cain, James G., M.D.: Management of Hypertension in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approachto the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCares Syllabus and Lectures, NorthwestAnesthesia Seminars, Trauma, Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Cain, James G., M.D.: Dexmedetomidine in Trauma Sedation Management: Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care SocietysSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, European North Cape Cruise, June-July2005.Cain, James G., M.D.: Pediatric Cervical Spine Management in Trauma: Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care SocietysSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, European North Cape Cruise, June-July2005.Cain, James G., M.D.: Cervical Spine Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach tothe Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus andLectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, European North Cape Cruise, June-July 2005.Cain, James G., M.D.: Management of Hypotension in Trauma: Trauma: Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care SocietysSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, European North Cape Cruise, June-July2005.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 20
  • 21. Cain, James G., M.D.: Fluid Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus andLectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Trauma, European North Cape Cruise, June-July2005.Cain, James G., M.D.: Shock: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus and Lectures, NorthwestAnesthesia Seminars, European North Cape Cruise, June-July 2005.Cain, James G., M.D.: Management of Hypertension in Trauma, Trauma: The Team Approachto the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabusand Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Trauma, European North Cape Cruise, June-July2005.Cain, James G., "Precedex in the trauma", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus and Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.Cain, James G., "Pulmonary artery catheter: physiologically", Trauma: The Team Approach tothe Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus andLectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.Cain, James G., "Fluid Management in Trauma", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus and Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.Cain, James G., "Overdoses, Poisonings and Envenomations", Trauma: The Team Approach tothe Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus andLectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.Cain, James G., "Cardiovascular pharmacology: shock", Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus andLectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.Cain, James G., "Cervical spine management in trauma, Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus andLectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.Cain, James G., "Precedex in the critically injured patient", Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus andLectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Falmouth, Massachusetts, July 2004.Cain, James G., "Pulmonary artery catheter in critically injured patients", Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care SocietysSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Falmouth, Massachusetts, July 2004.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 21
  • 22. Cain, James G., "Fluid Management in Trauma", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus and Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Falmouth, Massachusetts, July 2004.Cain, James G., "Overdoses, Poisonings and Envenomations", Trauma: The Team Approach tothe Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Syllabus andLectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Falmouth, Massachusetts, July 2004.Cain, James G., "Brain death and organ donation in the trauma patient", Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care SocietysSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Falmouth, Massachusetts, July 2004.Cain, James G., "Fear", Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, InternationalTrauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Alaskan Cruise Syllabus and Lectures, NorthwestAnesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Cain, James G., "Swan Ganz Made Simple", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Alaskan Cruise Syllabusand Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Cain, James G., "Hypertension in Trauma", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Alaskan Cruise Syllabusand Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Cain, James G., "Dexmedetomidine in Trauma", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Alaskan Cruise Syllabusand Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Cain, James G., "Overdoses, Poisonings and Envenomations", Trauma: The Team Approach tothe Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys AlaskanCruise Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Cain, James G., "Traumatic Brain Injury", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Alaskan Cruise Syllabusand Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Cain, James G., "Fluid Management in Trauma", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Alaskan Cruise Syllabusand Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Cain, James G., "Trauma Sedation: Precedex”, Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Turks and CaicosSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, November 2002.Cain, James G., "Shock", Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, InternationalTrauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Turks and Caicos Syllabus and Lectures,James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 22
  • 23. Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, November 2002.Cain, James G., "Cardiac Drugs: Hypotension", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Turks and CaicosSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, November 2002.Cain, James G., "Cardiac Drugs: Hypertension", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Turks and CaicosSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, November 2002.Cain, James G., "Traumatic Brain Injury", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Turks and CaicosSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, 2002.Cain, James G., "Shock", Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, InternationalTrauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean Cruise Syllabus and Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Cain, James G., "Current Concepts in Fluid and Blood Resuscitation", Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care SocietysMediterranean Cruise Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Cain, James G., "Cardiac Drugs 1: Hypotension", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean CruiseSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Cain, James G., "Cardiac Drugs 2: Hypertension", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean CruiseSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Cain, James G., "PA Catheter Made Physiologically Simple", Trauma: The Team Approach tothe Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care SocietysMediterranean Cruise Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Cain, James G., "Spinal Cord Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury", Trauma: The Team Approachto the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care SocietysMediterranean Cruise Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Cain, James G., "Brain Death and Organ Donation", Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys MediterraneanCruise Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Cain, James G., "Simulation in Trauma", Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean CruiseSyllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 23
  • 24. Cain, James G., "Drug Overdose, Poisonings, and Envenomations", Trauma: The TeamApproach to the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care SocietysMediterranean Cruise Syllabus and Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001. Original ManuscriptsJooste, Edmund, M.D., Muhly, Wallis, T, MD; Ibinson, James W, MD; Suresh, Tunga, M.B.B.S.;Damian, Daniela, MD; Phadke, Aparna, MD; Callahan Patrick, MD; Miller, Susan, MD;Feingold, Brian, MD; Lichtenstein, Steven E, MD; Cain, James G, MD; Chrysostomou,Constantinos, MD; Davis, Peter J, MD; Acute Hemodynamic Changes Following RapidIntravenous Bolus Dosing of Dexmedetomidine in Pediatric Heart Transplant PatientsUndergoing Routine Cardiac Catheterization, Anesth Analg, Dec;111(6):1490-6. Epub 2010 Nov8.Cain, James G., M.D., International TraumaCare: The Leader in Cutting Edge TraumaCare,TraumaCare, 18:1:4-5, July 2008.Cain, James G. and Grande, Christopher M., International TraumaCare: Critical Care forCritical Times, American Society of Anesthesiologists NEWSLETTER, 72:2:37-39, February2008.Cain, James G., M.D., Dexmedetomidine and Hextend: Their Role in Trauma Care,TraumaCare,17:1:3-5, July 2007.Shukry, Mohanad, Cain, James G., M.D., Dexmedetomidine treats agitation, delirium andwithdrawal, TraumaCare, 17:1:24-26, July 2007.Cain, James G., International TraumaCare, Association of University AnesthesiologistsNewsletter, December 2005.Cain, James G., M.D., “Damage Control” Anesthesiology Challenges in the United States,TraumaCare, 15:3:183-4, Fall 2005.Cain, James G. and Grande, Christopher M., ITACCS Becomes International TraumaCare,American Society of Anesthesiologists NEWSLETTER, 69:11:38-39, November 2005.Cain, James G., M.D., The President’s Message, TraumaCare, 15:3:117, Summer 2005.Cain, James G., M.D., Trauma and Resuscitation International Group for Experimentation andResearch, Trauma Care, Summer 2003.Cain, James G, M.D., Take the State Back From the Trial Lawyers, Guest Commentary,Morgantown Dominion Post, February 18, 2003.Cain, James G, M.D., Medical Malpractice, West Virginia University Department ofAnesthesiology Newsletter, February 6, 2003.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 24
  • 25. Cain, James G., M.D., "Business Education Should Be a Component of Medical Education:Con", American Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists Newsletter, March 2002.Cain, James G., M.D. and Tesfaye, Jonas, M.D., “Pulmonary Trauma”, Current Opinions inAnesthesia, April 2001, 14/2.Cain, James G., M.D. and Smith, Charles, M.D., “Current Practices in Blood and FluidManagement in Trauma”, Seminars in Anesthesia, Perioperative Medicine and PainManagement, 20;1:28-35, 2001.Cain, James G., M.D., Kofke, W. Andrew, M.D., Sinz, Elizabeth H., M.D., Barbaccia, John J.,M.D., Rosen, Kathleen R., M.D., “The West Virginia Human Crisis Simulation Program”,American Journal of Anesthesiology, 2000;27(4):215-220.Kofke, W. Andrew, M.D., FCCM, Rosen, Kathy A.., M.D., Barbaccia, John, M.D., Sinz,Elizabeth, M.D., Cain, James, M.D., “The Value of Acute Care Simulation”, West VirginiaMedical Journal, 2000 Mar-Apr;96(2):396-402. Published AbstractsTuchman JB, Cassara A, Cain JG, High Inspiratory EtCO2 Due to Internal Hole in PediatricSingle Limb-O Circuit, Medically Challenging Cases,http://www.abstractsonline.com/Plan/ViewAbstract.aspx?sKey=a98d4f35-8eb7-4204-b641-98ccbbab796e&cKey=d941bac3-9856-4d47-ae5a-52a72a1fbe11&mKey=%7bDAF3996A-1B4B-4255-BBF9-84C4F1532AAB%7d, American Society of Anesthesiologists AnnualMeeting, Chicago, October 2011 .Tuchman JB, Cain JG, Cassara A, Cardiac Arrest During Neonatal Tracheostomy Secondary toBronchspasm, Medically Challenging Cases,http://www.abstractsonline.com/Plan/ViewAbstract.aspx?sKey=b3cb1c4c-e6fb-4d5b-97a9-2111b3f20980&cKey=70b961cb-f420-4140-99ac-452141993dbe&mKey=%7bDAF3996A-1B4B-4255-BBF9-84C4F1532AAB%7d, American Society of Anesthesiologists AnnualMeeting, Chicago, October 2011 .Cain J, Tuchman J, Cassara A, Urgent PICU Consult!: Medically Challenging Cases,http://www.asahq.org/Annual-Meeting/Education/Medically-Challenging-Cases.aspxhttp://www.asahq.org/Annual-Meeting/Education/Medically-Challenging-Cases.aspx,American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010 .Cain J, Tuchman J, Cassara A, 3 Week Old with Stickler Syndrome, CHD, s/p Release ofTongue Lip Adhesion, Desaturated in NICU on POD #8, with Subsequent Inability To Intubateor Ventilate:.Medically Challenging Cases, http://www.asahq.org/Annual-Meeting/Education/Medically-Challenging-Cases.aspx, American Society of AnesthesiologistsAnnual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010 .Cain J, Tuchman J, Cassara A, 12 Month Old Undergoing a Living Donor Liver Transplant withLoss of EtCO2 and Inability To Ventilate Via ETT with an Obstructive Mucous Plug in theJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 25
  • 26. Endotracheal Tube: Medically Challenging Cases, http://www.asahq.org/Annual-Meeting/Education/Medically-Challenging-Cases.aspx, American Society of AnesthesiologistsAnnual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010.Cain J, Tuchman J, Borland L, Cassara A, A 14 mo Female with Pierre Robin SyndromePresents for Cleft Palate Repair and Has Laryngospasm during Induction: Medically ChallengingCases, http://www.asahq.org/Annual-Meeting/Education/Medically-Challenging-Cases.aspx,American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010 .Cain J, Tuchman J, Cassara A, 12 yo with Aplastic Anemia and Pneumo-Hemothorax duringBroviac Placement: Medically Challenging Cases, http://www.asahq.org/Annual-Meeting/Education/Medically-Challenging-Cases.aspx, American Society of AnesthesiologistsAnnual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010 .Cain J, Tuchman J, Cassara A, Perioperative Midodrine (alpha 1 Agonist) Considerations:Medically Challenging Cases, http://www.asahq.org/Annual-Meeting/Education/Medically-Challenging-Cases.aspx, American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Diego,October 2010 .Tuchman J, Cassara A, Cain J, Airway Compromise in Interventional Radiology Suite afterThrombin Injection for Vertebral Artery Pseudoaneurysm, Society for Pediatric Anesthesiology,San Antonio, April 2010.Cain J, Cassara A, Tuchman J, Use of the LMA to Facilitate Ventilation of Patient with aTracheostomy Tube: Medically Challenging Cases, http://www2.asahq.org/web/index.asp,American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, New Orleans, October 2009 .Cain J, Tuchman J, Cassara A, 7 year old boy with tracheostomy bleed: Medically ChallengingCases, http://www2.asahq.org/web/index.asp, American Society of Anesthesiologists AnnualMeeting, New Orleans, October 2009.Cain J, Tuchman J, Jooste E, Cassara A, 6 year old tracheostomy dependent child withtracheostomy bleeding and respiratory distress tracheal secondary to tracheal compression from avertebral pseudoaneurysm: Medically Challenging Cases, http://www2.asahq.org/web/index.asp,American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, New Orleans, October 2009.Cassara A, Tuchman J, Cain J, An Octogenarian with Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm and the Needfor Electroconvulsive Shock Therapy: Medically Challenging Cases,http://www2.asahq.org/web/index.asp, American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting,New Orleans, October 2009.Cassara A, Tuchman J, Cain J, An Octogenarian with Severe Cardiac Disease and a DifficultAirway: Medically Challenging Cases, http://www2.asahq.org/web/index.asp, American Societyof Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, New Orleans, October 2009.Woelfel S, Cassara A, Borland L, Cain J, Martin B, Yellon R, Telford C, Effects ofJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 26
  • 27. Dexmedetomidine on Epiglottic and Tongue Base Collapse, Anesthesiology Research Day,University of Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 2009.Woelfel S, Cassara A, Borland L, Cain J, Martin B, Yellon R, Telford C, Effects ofDexmedetomidine on Epiglottic and Tongue Base Collapse, Society for Pediatric AnesthesiaAnnual Meeting, Jacksonville, Florida, March 2009.Cain, James G., M.D, Alpha 2 Agonists in Trauma: ITACCS 2008 Cochin, 12th AnnualConference of International Trauma Anaesthesia & Critical Care Society, Indian Chapter,Cochin India, August 2008.Cain, James G., M.D, Sedation and Analgesia in Pediatric Trauma: TraumaCare 2008 Program,21st Annual Trauma and Critical Care Symposium, International Trauma Care, Yokohama Japan,June 2008.Grande C, Murray B, Berg B, Cain J, Boedeker B., The Trauma Patient: Lessons Learned fromIraq, the Middle East and Elsewhere, NYSSA 61st Post Graduate Assembly, New York,December 2007.Cain, James G., M.D, Alpha 2 Agonists in Trauma Care: TraumaCare 2007 Program, 20 thAnnual Trauma and Critical Care Symposium, International Trauma Care, Las Vegas, May 2007.Cain, James G., M.D., Alpha Agonists: Novel Techniques for Sedation in the Critically Injured,TraumaCare, 15:3:169, Summer 2005.Cain, James G., M.D., Essentials of Pediatric Cervical Spinal Cord/Column Trauma Care,TraumaCare, 15:3:170, Summer 2005.Calvert, Kelly, Cruzzavala, Jose, M.D., Cain, James, M.D., Filchick, Tammy, “Safe Off-pumpCardiopulmonary Bypass with Bivalirudin in a Patient with Heparin Induced ThrombocytopeniaAfter Active Allergy to Lepirudin”, Southern Thoracic Surgical Association, Nov 2003.Cain, James G, M.D., Sedation for the Critically Injured Trauma Patient: Precedex, a NovelAlternative, TraumeCare, Spring 2003.Cain, James G, M.D., Human Crisis Simulation for Rural Medical Education, TraumaCare,Spring 2003.Sinz, Elizabeth, M.D., Sullivan, Pamela, M.D., Cain, James, M.D., Kofke, W. Andrew, M.D.,“Remifentanil versus Methohexital for Electroconvulsive Therapy”, Association of ConvulsiveTherapy, Journal of ECT. 2003.Cain, J G, M.D., Sullivan, P, M.D., Boyd, D, MA, AA-C, Bezouska, C, MD, Kofke, W A, M.D.,“Remifentanil Increases ECT Seizure Duration and Improves Beck’s Depression Score’s withoutLowering Mini-mental Status Examinations.” Anesthesiology vol 93, 3A, no. 267, September2000.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 27
  • 28. Cain, J G, M.D., Sullivan, P, M.D., Kofke, W A, M.D., “Remifentanil Decreases ECT StimulusRequired for Adequate Seizures.”, Society of Neuroanesthesia and Critical Care, 2000.Cain, James, M.D., Sullivan, Pamela, M.D., Boyd, David, MA, AA-C, Kofke, W. Andrew,M.D., “Remifentanil increases ECT seizure duration and improves Beck’s depression scores.”,Journal of ECT, Vol. 16, No. 1, 2000.Cain, James G., M.D., Sullivan, Pamela, M.D., Sinz, Elizabeth, M.D., Kofke, W. Andrew,M.D., Barbaccia, John, M.D. “Remifentanil increases ECT seizure duration”, Anesthesiology,vol 91, no. 3A, A180, 1999 Sept.Rosen, KR, M.D., Sinz, EH, M.D., Kofke, WA, M.D., Barbaccia, J, M.D., Cain, JG, M.D.“Integration of the Human Patient Simulation into ACLS Curriculum”, Anesthesia Education,1999. Presentations, Invited Lectures and PostersThe Benjamins: Global Executive Forum, University of Pittsburgh’s Katz School of Business,Pittsburgh, July 2012.Strategic Management: UPMC Life Saving Medicine: University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Schoolof Business, Pittsburgh, July 2012.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, June 2012.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, April 2012.Lessons from Haiti: Disaster and Mass Casualty Medicine: Trauma Workshop, WorldCongress of Anesthesia, Buenos Aires, March 2012.Dexmedetomidine in Pediatric Trauma Care: Pediatric Trauma Session, World Congress ofAnesthesia, Buenos Aires, March 2012.Trauma and Burn Anesthesiology: University of Pittsburgh’s Department of AnesthesiologyAnnual Anesthesiology Board Review Course, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 2012.Lessons from Brazil: Integration of Sustainability in Business: Global Executive Forum,University of Pittsburgh’s Katz School of Business, Sao Paolo, Brazil, March 2012.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, January 2012.The Business of Anesthesiology: Life after Fellowship (Part 2): Fellows Lecture Series,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University ofPittsburgh, January 2012.A Global Perspective of Product Launch: University of Pittsburgh’s Katz School of Business,December 2011.Sedation: Complications and Management (Session 2): Sedation Service Lecture Series,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, November 2011.Sedation: Complications and Management (Session 1): Sedation Service Lecture Series,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, November 2011.The Business of Anesthesiology: Life after Fellowship (Part 1): Fellows Lecture Series,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University ofJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 28
  • 29. Pittsburgh, October 2011.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, October 2011.Fundamental Pediatric Trauma Anesthesiology: Fellow Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, September 2011.Effect of Interpersonal Relationships on Ethical Decision Making: Global Executive Forum,University of Pittsburgh’s Katz School of Business, Prague, Czech Republic, August 2011.Safe Sedation and Contraindications to Sedation (Session 2): Sedation Service LectureSeries, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, August 2011.Safe Sedation and Contraindications to Sedation (Session 1): Sedation Service LectureSeries, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, August 2011.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, July 2011.Dexmedetomidine: Pediatric Airway Management: International Symposium on PediatricAirway, Denver, Colorado, June 2011.Pulmonary Trauma: EPS Montreal International Trauma Forum 2011, Montreal Canada, June2011.Fundamental Pediatric Trauma Anesthesiology: Fellow Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, May 2011.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, April 2011.UPMC Suffers Rare Loss: The Effect of Mark to Market: University of Pittsburgh’s KatzSchool of Business, April 2011.Coach K and Coach Knight: A Comparison of Leadership Styles: University of Pittsburgh’sKatz School of Business, March 2011.Essentials of Trauma and Burn Anesthesiology: University of Pittsburgh’s Department ofAnesthesiology Annual Anesthesiology Board Review Course, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March2011.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, January 2011.Dexmedetomidine Use in Pediatric Anesthesiology: Grand Rounds, Department ofAnesthesiology, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, November 2010.Essentials of Pediatric Trauma Anesthesiology: Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesiology,University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, November 2010.A Rational Approach to Ventilator Strategies: Resident Lecture Series, Department ofAnesthesiology, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, November 2010.Urgent PICU Consult!: Medically Challenging Cases, American Society of AnesthesiologistsAnnual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010 .3 Week Old with Stickler Syndrome, CHD, s/p Release of Tongue Lip Adhesion,Desaturated in NICU on POD #8, with Subsequent Inability To Intubate or Ventilate:Medically Challenging Cases, American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, SanDiego, October 2010 .12 Month Old Undergoing a Living Donor Liver Transplant with Loss of EtCO2 andInability To Ventilate Via ETT with an Obstructive Mucous Plug in the EndotrachealTube: Cain J, Tuchman J, Cassara A, Medically Challenging Cases, American Society ofAnesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 29
  • 30. A 14 mo Female with Pierre Robin Syndrome Presents for Cleft Palate Repair and HasLaryngospasm during Induction: Medically Challenging Cases, American Society ofAnesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010 .12 yo with Aplastic Anemia and Pneumo-Hemothorax during Broviac Placement: 12Medically Challenging Cases, American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, SanDiego, October 2010 .Perioperative Midodrine (alpha 1 Agonist) Considerations: Medically Challenging Cases,American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010 .Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, October 2010.The Business of Anesthesiology: Life (and Death) after Fellowship: Fellows Lecture Series,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University ofPittsburgh, September 2010.Pediatric Anesthesiology Board Review: The University of Pittsburgh’s Department ofAnesthesiology Annual Anesthesiology Board Review Course, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April2010.Airway Compromise in Interventional Radiology Suite after Thrombin Injection forVertebral Artery Pseudoaneurysm, Society for Pediatric Anesthesiology, San Antonio, April2010.Dexmedetomidine for Sedation: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Sedation Group,University of Pittsburgh, February 2010.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, January 2010.Pediatric Trauma Anesthesiology: Fellow Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh ofUPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, November 2009.Use of the LMA to Facilitate Ventilation of Patient with a Tracheostomy Tube: MedicallyChallenging Cases, American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, New Orleans,October 2009.7 year old boy with tracheostomy bleed: Medically Challenging Cases, American Society ofAnesthesiologists Annual Meeting, New Orleans, October 2009.6 year old tracheostomy dependent child with tracheostomy bleeding and respiratorydistress tracheal secondary to tracheal compression from a vertebral pseudoaneurysm:Medically Challenging Cases, American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, NewOrleans, October 2009.An Octogenarian with Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm and the Need for ElectroconvulsiveShock Therapy: Medically Challenging Cases, American Society of Anesthesiologists AnnualMeeting, New Orleans, October 2009.An Octogenarian with Severe Cardiac Disease and a Difficult Airway: MedicallyChallenging Cases, American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, New Orleans,October 2009.Ventilator Strategies in Pediatric Anesthesiology and Critical Care: Resident Lecture Series,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University ofPittsburgh, August 2009.Surgical Complications of Broviac Placement: QA Conference, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, July 2009.Dexmedetomidine for Adults and Children: 10th Annual Summer Anesthesia Seminar,James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 30
  • 31. University of Pittsburgh Nurse Anesthesia Program, June 2009.Ventilator Strategies in Pediatric Anesthesiology and Critical Care: Resident Lecture Series,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University ofPittsburgh, June 2009.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, April 2009.Pediatric Anesthesiology: The University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Anesthesiology AnnualAnesthesiology Board Review Course, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 2009.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, March 2009.Effects of Dexmedetomidine on Epiglottic and Tongue Base Collapse: Society for PediatricAnesthesia Annual Meeting, Jacksonville, Florida, March 2009.Alpha 2 Agonists: Novel techniques in Anesthesiology: Grand Rounds, Department ofAnesthesiology, West Virginia University School of Medicine, February 2009.Dexmedetomidine: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC,Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, December 2008.Novel techniques in Pediatric Anesthesiology: Dexmedetomidine: Pediatric AnesthesiaUpdate, Pediatric Anesthesia Review Course, University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, NurseAnesthesia Program, November 2008.Considerations in Pediatric Trauma Anesthesiology: Fellow Lecture Series, Children’sHospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh,September 2008.Ventilator Strategies in Pediatric Anesthesiology and Critical Care: Resident Lecture Series,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University ofPittsburgh, September 2008.The ITACCS 2008 Cochin Inaugural Address: The State of TraumaCare: ITACCS 2008Cochin, 12th Annual Conference of International Trauma Anaesthesia & Critical Care Society,Indian Chapter, Cochin India, August 2008.The ITACCS annual invitation lecture: Alpha 2 Agonists in Trauma: ITACCS 2008 Cochin,12th Annual Conference of International Trauma Anaesthesia & Critical Care Society, IndianChapter, Cochin India, August 2008.Ventilator Strategies in Pediatric Anesthesiology and Critical Care: Resident Lecture Series,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University ofPittsburgh, June 2008.Alpha 2 Agonists in Pediatric Anesthesiology: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, June 2008.TraumaCare 2008: The President’s Message : TraumaCare 2008 Program, 21 st Annual Traumaand Critical Care Symposium, International Trauma Care, Yokohama Japan, June 2008.Sedation and Analgesia in Pediatric Trauma: TraumaCare 2008 Program, 21st Annual Traumaand Critical Care Symposium, International Trauma Care, Yokohama Japan, June 2008.Ventilator Strategies in Pediatric Anesthesiology and Critical Care: Resident Lecture Series,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University ofPittsburgh, February 2008.Alpha 2 Agonists in Pediatric Anesthesiology: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, February 2008.Ventilator Strategies in Pediatric Anesthesiology and Critical Care: Resident Lecture Series,James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 31
  • 32. Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University ofPittsburgh, November 2007.Alpha 2 Agonists in Trauma Surgery and Critical Care: Grand Rounds, Department ofTrauma Surgery, Memorial Regional Hospital, Hollywood, Florida, November 2007.New Horizons: Alpha 2 Agonists: West Palm Beach, Florida, November 2007.All Hazards Considerations for Personal Protection and Airway Management: Workshop,American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, San Francisco, October 2007.New Horizons: Alpha 2 Agonists: San Francisco, California, October 2007.Considerations in Pediatric Trauma Anesthesiology: Fellow Lecture Series, Children’sHospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh,September 2007.Alpha 2 Agonists in Pediatric Anesthesiology: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, September 2007.Ventilator Strategies in Pediatric Anesthesiology: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospitalof Pittsburgh of UPMC, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Pittsburgh, September2007.New Horizons: Alpha 2 Agonists: Mobile, Alabama, September 2007.Alpha 2 Agonists in Trauma Care: TraumaCare 2007 Program, 20 th Annual Trauma andCritical Care Symposium, International Trauma Care, Las Vegas, May 2007.TraumaCare 2007: The President’s Message TraumaCare 2007 Program, 20th Annual Traumaand Critical Care Symposium, International Trauma Care, Las Vegas, May 2007.The Business of Trauma Care, American Society of Anesthesiology Practice ManagementSeminar, Phoenix, February 2007.Dexmedetomidine in Trauma Care: TraumaCare 2006 Program, 19th Annual Trauma andCritical Care Symposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Santiago,Chile, September 2006.TraumaCare 2006: The President’s Message: TraumaCare 2006, 19th Annual Trauma andCritical Care Symposium, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Santiago,Chile, September 2006.TraumaCare: Buenos Aires Anesthesia Society, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 2006.Healthcare Trends: Columbus University School of Nursing, Panama City, Panama, September2006.Mechanical Ventilation in Infants: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh,University of Pittsburgh, September, 2006.Essentials of Pediatric Trauma Anesthesia: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh, August 2006Essentials of Pediatric Trauma Care: Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, Children’sHospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh, August 2006.Dexmedetomidine and Remifentanil: New Kids on the Block: University of Pittsburgh’s ThirdAnnual Postgraduate Anesthesia Conference, June 2006.The State of Anesthesia in West Virginia: West Virginia State Society of AnesthesiologistsAnnual Meeting, Roanoke, West Virginia, May 2006Mechanical Ventilation in Infants: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh,University of Pittsburgh, May 2006Essentials of Pediatric Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 32
  • 33. Dexmedetomidine in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006. Management of Hypotension in Trauma: Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Fluid Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Trauma, St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Shock: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars,St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Management of Hypertension in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Trauma St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Dexmedetomidine in pediatrics: Pediatric Anesthesia Update Symposium, Children’s Hospitalof Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology, Journal Club, University of Pittsburgh, April 2006.Sedación en cuidados críticos / Dexmedetomidina®: Manejo de la via aerea y ventilacion en laemergencia, Ateno Abierto de Anesthesia, Terapia Intensiva y Emergencia, Hospital Britannicode Buenos Aires, Argentina, February 2006.Lesión de columna cervical y manejo de la vía aérea: Manejo de la via aerea y ventilacion enla emergencia, Ateno Abierto de Anesthesia, Terapia Intensiva y Emergencia, Hospital Britannicode Buenos Aires, Argentina, February 2006.Dexmedetomidine in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, South American Cruise, February 2006.Spinal cord injury and brain trauma: Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, South American Cruise.Management of Hypotension in Trauma: Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, South American Cruise, January 2006.Fluid Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, Trauma, South American Cruise, January 2006.Shock: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars,South American Cruise, January 2006.Management of Hypertension in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, South American Cruise, January 2006.Mechanical Ventilation in Infants: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh,University of Pittsburgh, February 2006Dexmedetomidine: Journal Club, University of Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology,Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, February 2006.Pediatric Cervical Spine Management in Trauma: Fellow Lecture Series, Children’s Hospitalof Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, December2005.Mechanical Ventilation in Infants: Resident Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh,University of Pittsburgh, November 2005Essentials of Pediatric Trauma: Refresher Course Lecture, American Society ofAnesthesiologists Annual Meeting, Atlanta, October 2005.Dexmedetomidine in Trauma Sedation: Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International TraumaCare, Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Hypotension in Trauma: Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,International TraumaCare, Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Fluid Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 33
  • 34. International TraumaCare, Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Shock: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, International TraumaCare,Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Hypertension in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, InternationalTraumaCare, Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Dexmedetomidine in Trauma Sedation Management: Trauma: The Team Approach,International TraumaCare, European North Cape Cruise, June-July 2005.Pediatric Cervical Spine Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach, InternationalTraumaCare, European North Cape Cruise, June-July 2005.Cervical Spine Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach, InternationalTraumaCare, European North Cape Cruise, June-July 2005.Management of Hypotension in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach, InternationalTraumaCare, European North Cape Cruise, June-July 2005.Fluid Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach, International TraumaCare,European North Cape Cruise, June-July 2005.Shock: Trauma: The Team Approach, International TraumaCare, European North Cape Cruise,June-July 2005.Management of Hypertension in Trauma, Trauma: The Team Approach, InternationalTraumaCare, European North Cape Cruise, June-July 2005.The Role of Alpha-2 Agonists in TraumaCare: TraumaCare 2005, 18th Annual Trauma andCritical Care Symposium, in conjunction with Urgences 2005, Paris, France, May 2005.Essentials of Pediatric Cervical Spine Trauma Care: TraumaCare 2005, 18th Annual Traumaand Critical Care Symposium, in conjunction with Urgences 2005, Paris, France, May 2005.Pediatric Trauma Session: Moderator: TraumaCare 2005, 18th Annual Trauma and CriticalCare Symposium, in conjunction with Urgences 2005, Paris, France, May 2005.Neurotrauma Session: Moderator: TraumaCare 2005, 18th Annual Trauma and Critical CareSymposium, in conjunction with Urgences 2005, Paris, France, May 2005.Trauma Poster Session: Moderator and Panelist: TraumaCare 2005, 18th Annual Trauma andCritical Care Symposium, in conjunction with Urgences 2005, Paris, France, May 2005.Pediatric Trauma Poster Session: Moderator and Panelist: TraumaCare 2005, 18th AnnualTrauma and Critical Care Symposium, in conjunction with Urgences 2005, Paris, France, May2005.Current Concepts in Fluid Management: West Virginia State Society of AnesthesiologistsAnnual Meeting, White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, May 2005.Dexmedetomidine: A Case Discussion: QA Meeting, Department of Anesthesia, Children’sHospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May2005.Alpha-2 Agonist: New Dimensions in Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine: MedicalEducation Presentation, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, March 2005.Neurotrauma: Pediatric Spinal Cord Injury: Fellow Lecture Series, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, March 2005.Airway Management in Trauma: Workshop, TraumaCare 2004, 17th Annual TraumaAnesthesia and Critical care Symposium, Sydney, Australia, October 2004.Alpha Agonists for Sedation for the Critically Injured Trauma Patient: TraumaCare 2004,17th Annual Trauma Anesthesia and Critical care Symposium, Sydney, Australia, October 2004.Pediatric Trauma Poster Session: Moderator and Panelist: TraumaCare 2004, 17th AnnualJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 34
  • 35. Trauma Anesthesia and Critical care Symposium, Sydney, Australia, October 2004.Current Concepts in Fluid and Blood Resuscitation in Trauma: Trauma: the Team Approachto the Clinical Challenges, Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.Cardiovascular Physiology for Shock: Trauma: the Team Approach to the Clinical Challenges,Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.Cervical Spine Management in Trauma: Trauma: the Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenges, Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.The PA Catheter: Physiologically: Trauma: the Team Approach to the Clinical Challenges,Maui, Hawaii, October 2004.Precedex in Trauma: Trauma: the Team Approach to the Clinical Challenges, Maui, Hawaii,October 2004.Trauma: Cervical Spine Management: Combined Grand Rounds, Departments of Anesthesia,Trauma, and Radiology, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 2004.Anesthesia for Bariatric Surgery: Rhode Island Society of Anesthesiologists 10th AnnualMeeting, Providence, Rhode Island, September 2004.Traumatic Airway Injury in Octogenarian with Coronary Artery Disease andCardiomyopathy: Rhode Island Society of Anesthesiologists 10th Annual Meeting, Providence,Rhode Island, September 2004.Trauma Critical Care, PBLD: Rhode Island Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting,Providence, Rhode Island, September 2004.Current Concepts in Fluid and Blood Resuscitation in Trauma: Trauma: the Team Approachto the Clinical Challenges, Falmouth, Massachusetts, July 2004.Precedex in Trauma: Trauma: the Team Approach to the Clinical Challenges, Falmouth,Massachusetts, July 2004.Drug Overdoses, Poisoning and Envenomations: Trauma: the Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenges, Falmouth, Massachusetts, July 2004.The PA Catheter Made Physiologically Simple: Trauma: the Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenges, Falmouth, Massachusetts, July 2004.Brain Death and Organ Donation: Trauma: the Team Approach to the Clinical Challenges,Falmouth, Massachusetts, July 2004.Dexmedetomidine: A novel technique for difficult airway management: West Virginia StateSociety of Anesthesiologists Annual Scientific Meeting, White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia,May 2004.Pulmonary artery catheters: swan or ugly duckling: West Virginia State Society ofAnesthesiologists Annual Scientific Meeting, White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, May 2004.Alpha agonists: Novel techniques for sedation of the critically injured: Topics in Anesthesiaand Trauma 2004, Community Medical Center’s Departments of Anesthesia and Trauma and theDepartment of Continuing Medical Education, Scranton Pennsylvania, April 2004.Fear: Trauma: The Team Approach, International Trauma and Critical Care Society’s AlaskanExplorer Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Swan Ganz Made Simple: Trauma: The Team Approach, International Trauma and Critical CareSociety’s Alaskan Explorer Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Hypertension in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach, International Trauma and Critical CareSociety’s Alaskan Explorer Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Dexmedetomidine in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach, International Trauma and CriticalCare Society’s Alaskan Explorer Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 35
  • 36. Overdoses, Poisonings and Envenomations: Trauma: The Team Approach, InternationalTrauma and Critical Care Society’s Alaskan Explorer Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars,August 2003.Traumatic Brain Injury: Trauma: The Team Approach, International Trauma and Critical CareSociety’s Alaskan Explorer Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Shock: Trauma: The Team Approach, International Trauma and Critical Care Society’s AlaskanExplorer Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Fluid Management in Trauma: Trauma: The Team Approach, International Trauma and CriticalCare Society’s Alaskan Explorer Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2003.Dexmedetomidine: Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Abbott sponsored symposium, Cleveland,August 2003.Dexmedetomidine for Anesthesia and Critical Care: Grand Rounds, Department ofAnesthesia, West Virginia University, August 2003.The West Virginia Human Crisis Simulation Program: West Virginia State Society ofAnesthesiologists Annual Scientific Meeting, White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, May 2003.Sedation for the Critically Injured Trauma Patient: Precedex, a Novel Alternative:Traumacare 2003, 16th Annual Trauma Anesthesia and Critical care Symposium, Dallas, May2003.Human Crisis Simulation for Rural Medical Education: Traumacare 2003, 16th AnnualTrauma Anesthesia and Critical care Symposium, Dallas, May 2003.The Safety and Efficacy of Precedex versus Propofol in the Traumatic Brain InjuredPatient: Trauma and Resuscitation International Group for Experimentation and Research(TRIGER) Forum, Dallas, May 2003.Pulmonary Arterial Catheter Interpretation: Critical Care Lecture Series, Department ofAnesthesia, West Virginia University School of Medicine, May 2003Innovations: Dexmedetomidine for Bariatric Surgery: Grand Rounds, Department ofAnesthesia, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, February 2003.Trauma Sedation: Precedex, Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Turks and Caicos Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, November 2002.Shock, Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesiaand Critical Care Societys Turks and Caicos Lectures, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars,November 2002.Cardiac Drugs: Hypotension, Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Turks and Caicos Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, November 2002.Cardiac Drugs: Hypertension, Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Turks and Caicos Lectures,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, November 2002.Traumatic Brain Injury, Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, InternationalTrauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Turks and Caicos Lectures, Northwest AnesthesiaSeminars, 2002.Innovations in Anesthesia: Dexmedetomidine, Pain and Anesthesiology Review, West VirginiaState Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, May2002.Traumatic Shock: World Congress for Critical Care, Sydney, Australia in October 2001. N.B.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 36
  • 37. I was scheduled give this lecture, but removed myself at the last moment due to safety concernsimmediately after 9/11/2001.Airway Management in the Trauma Patient: World Congress for Critical Care, Sydney,Australia in October 2001.Shock, Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesiaand Critical Care Societys Mediterranean Cruise, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Current Concepts in Fluid and Blood Resuscitation, Trauma: The Team Approach to theClinical Challenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys MediterraneanCruise, Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Cardiac Drugs 1: Hypotension, Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean Cruise, NorthwestAnesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Cardiac Drugs 2: Hypertension, Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean Cruise, NorthwestAnesthesia Seminars, August 2001.PA Catheter Made Physiologically Simple, Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean Cruise,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Spinal Cord Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury, Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean Cruise,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Brain Death and Organ Donation, Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge,International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean Cruise, NorthwestAnesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Simulation in Trauma, Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge, InternationalTrauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean Cruise, Northwest AnesthesiaSeminars, August 2001.Drug Overdose, Poisonings, and Envenomations, Trauma: The Team Approach to the ClinicalChallenge, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Societys Mediterranean Cruise,Northwest Anesthesia Seminars, August 2001.Precedex: Patient Care Council, Monongalia General Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia, July2001.Communication in Anesthesia: Department of Anesthesiology Conference, MonongaliaGeneral Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia, June 2001.Innovations in Anesthesia: Remifentanil: West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiology,White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, May 2001.Challenging cases in Anesthesia: Neuroanesthesia, Cardiac Anesthesia, and PediatricAnesthesia, Panelist: West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiology, White Sulfur Springs, WestVirginia, May 2001.An Introduction to Invasive Monitoring: Clinical skills course for second year medicalstudents, West Virginia University School of Medicine, March 2001 (multiple sessions).Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Data: Clinical skills course for second yearmedical students, West Virginia University School of Medicine, March 2001 (multiple sessions).Introduction to Invasive Monitoring: Anesthesia Orientation Lectures, Department ofAnesthesiology, West Virginia University School of Medicine, January 2001.Anesthesia for ECT: Resident Lecture Series, Department of Anesthesiology, West VirginiaJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 37
  • 38. University School of Medicine, January 2001.Off Pump Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery: Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesiology,West Virginia University School of Medicine, November 2000.Cain, J G, M.D., Sullivan, P, M.D., Boyd, D, MA, AA-C, Bezouska, C, MD, Kofke, W A, M.D.,“Remifentanil Increases ECT Seizure Duration and Improves Beck’s Depression Score’s WithoutLowering Mini-mental Status Examinations.”, American Society of Anesthesiologists AnnualMeeting, San Francisco, October 2000.Cain, J G, M.D., Sullivan, P, M.D., Kofke, W A, M.D., “Remifentanil Decreases ECT StimulusRequired for Adequate Seizures.”, Society of Neuroanesthesia and Critical Care, October 2000.Pulmonary Artery Catheter Interpretation: Department of Anesthesiology, Resident LectureSeries, October 2000.Remifentanil: Nursing Grand Rounds, Monongalia General Hospital, September 2000.Introduction to Ventilator Management: Fundamental Critical Care Support Course, Societyof Critical Care Medicine, Center for Rural Emergency Medicine, West Virginia UniversitySchool of Medicine, September 2000 (multiple sessions).A Review of Pediatric Anesthesia: Anesthesia Grand Rounds, Monongalia General Hospital,July 2000.Cardiac Anesthesia: Off Pump Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery: Year 2000: State of the Artin Anesthesiology, Clinical Update on Anesthesiology, Pain Management, and Critical Care,West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, White Sulfur Springs, WestVirginia, May 2000.Cain, James, M.D., Sullivan, Pamela, M.D., Boyd, David, MA, AA-C, Kofke, W. Andrew,M.D., “Remifentanil increases ECT seizure duration and improves Beck’s depression scores.”,Society for Electroconvulsive Therapy Annual Meeting, Chicago, May 2000.An Introduction to Invasive Monitoring: Clinical skills course for second year medicalstudents, West Virginia University School of Medicine, March 2000 (multiple sessions).Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Data: Clinical skills course for second yearmedical students, West Virginia University School of Medicine, March 2000 (multiple sessions).Pediatric and Adult Airway Management: Fundamental Critical Care Support Course, Societyof Critical Care Medicine, Center for Rural Emergency Medicine, West Virginia UniversitySchool of Medicine, March 2000 (multiple sessions).Pulmonary Artery Catheter Interpretation: Resident and medical student Critical CareMedicine Lecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery and Emergency Medicine, WestVirginia University School of Medicine, March 2000.Pediatric Anesthesiology on Call: Grand Rounds, Department of Anesthesiology, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, February 2000.Pulmonary Artery Catheter Interpretation: Resident and medical student Critical CareMedicine Lecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery and Emergency Medicine, WestVirginia University School of Medicine, February 2000.An Introduction to Pulmonary Artery Catheter: Resident and medical student Critical CareMedicine Lecture, Department of Pediatrics, West Virginia University School of Medicine,February 2000.An Introduction to Pulmonary Artery Catheter: Resident and medical student Critical CareMedicine Lecture, Department of Pediatrics, West Virginia University School of Medicine,January 2000.An Introduction to Ventilators: Resident and medical student Critical Care Medicine Lecture,James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 38
  • 39. Department of Pediatrics, West Virginia University School of Medicine, January 2000.Basic Invasive Monitoring: Anesthesia Orientation Lectures, Department of Anesthesia, WestVirginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, West Virginia, January 2000.An Introduction to Pulmonary Artery Catheter: Resident and medical student Critical CareMedicine Lecture, Department of Pediatrics, West Virginia University School of Medicine,December 1999.An Introduction to Ventilators: Resident and medical student Critical Care Medicine Lecture,Department of Pediatrics, West Virginia University School of Medicine, December 1999.An Introduction to Pulmonary Artery Catheter: Resident and medical student Critical CareMedicine Lecture, Department of Pediatrics, West Virginia University School of Medicine,November 1999.An Introduction to Pulmonary Artery Catheter: Resident and medical student Critical CareMedicine Lecture, Department of Pediatrics, West Virginia University School of Medicine,October 1999.Cain, James G., M.D., Sullivan, Pamela, M.D., Sinz, Elizabeth, M.D., Kofke, W. Andrew,M.D., Barbaccia, John, M.D. “Remifentanil increases ECT seizure duration”, American Societyof Anesthesiology, Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, October 1999.Basic Invasive Monitoring: Anesthesia Orientation Lectures, Department of Anesthesia, WestVirginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, West Virginia, July, 1999.Options for Invasive Monitoring: Resident and medical student Critical Care MedicineLecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery and Emergency Medicine, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, Morgantown, West Virginia, July, 1999.An Introduction to Pulmonary Artery Catheter Interpretation: Resident and medical studentCritical Care Medicine Lecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery and EmergencyMedicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, July 1999.Rosen, KR, M.D., Sinz, EH, M.D., Kofke, WA, M.D., Barbaccia, J, M.D., Cain, JG, M.D.“Integration of the Human Patient Simulation into ACLS Curriculum”, Society for Education inAnesthesia/Society for Technology in Anesthesia Joint Conference, June 1999.An Introduction to Airway Management in Critical Care Medicine: Fellow, resident andmedical student Critical Care Medicine education lecture series, Departments of Anesthesiology,Surgery, Medicine, and Emergency Medicine, West Virginia University Hospitals, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, June 1999.An Introduction to Pulmonary Artery Catheter Interpretation: Resident and medical studentCritical Care Medicine Lecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery and EmergencyMedicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, May 1999.An Introduction to Airway Management in Critical Care Medicine: Fellow, resident andmedical student Critical Care Medicine education lecture series, Departments of Anesthesiology,Surgery, Medicine, and Emergency Medicine, West Virginia University Hospitals, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, May 1999.Cardiac Tamponade: Resident and staff lecture series, Section on Cardiovascular Anesthesia,Department of Anesthesiology, West Virginia University School of Medicine, May 1999.Pacing and Automated Internal Cardioverter Defibrillators: Resident and staff lecture series,Section on Cardiovascular Anesthesia, Department of Anesthesiology, West Virginia UniversitySchool of Medicine, May 1999.An Introduction to Ventilator Management: Resident and medical student Critical CareMedicine Lecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery, and Emergency Medicine, WestJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 39
  • 40. Virginia University School of Medicine, April 1999.An Introduction to Pulmonary Artery Catheter Interpretation: Resident and medical studentCritical Care Medicine Lecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery and EmergencyMedicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, April 1999.An Introduction to Airway Management in Critical Care Medicine: Fellow, resident andmedical student Critical Care Medicine education lecture series, Departments of Anesthesiology,Surgery, Medicine, and Emergency Medicine, West Virginia University Hospitals, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, April 1999.An Introduction to Airway Management in Critical Care Medicine: Fellow, resident andmedical student Critical Care Medicine education lecture series, Departments of Anesthesiology,Surgery, Medicine, and Emergency Medicine, West Virginia University Hospitals, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, March 1999.An Introduction to Ventilator Management: Resident and medical student Critical CareMedicine Lecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery, and Emergency Medicine, WestVirginia University School of Medicine, February 1999.An Introduction to Invasive Monitoring: Clinical skills course for second year medicalstudents, West Virginia University School of Medicine, April 1999 (multiple sessions).Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Data: Clinical skills course for second yearmedical students, West Virginia University School of Medicine, April 1999 (multiple sessions).Ischemic Heart Disease: Resident and staff lecture series, Section on CardiovascularAnesthesia, Department of Anesthesiology, West Virginia University School of Medicine, April1999.Perioperative Cardiac Risk: Journal Club, Department of Anesthesiology, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, April 1999.Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Resident and staff lecture series, Section on PulmonaryMedicine, Department of Anesthesia, West Virginia University School of Medicine, March 1999.Myocardial Ischemia and Infarction: Fundamental Critical Care Support Course, Society ofCritical Care Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, WestVirginia, March 1999.Diagnosis and Management of Shock: Fundamental Critical Care Support Course, Society ofCritical Care Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, March 1999.Pediatric and Adult Airway Management: Fundamental Critical Care Support Course, Societyof Critical Care Medicine, Morgantown, March 1999 (multiple sessions).An Introduction to Pulmonary Artery Catheter Interpretation: Resident and medical studentCritical Care Medicine Lecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery and EmergencyMedicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, February 1999.An Introduction to Airway Management in Critical Care Medicine: Fellow, resident andmedical student Critical Care Medicine education lecture series, Departments of Anesthesiology,Surgery, Medicine, and Emergency Medicine, West Virginia University Hospitals, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, February 1999.An Introduction to Pulmonary Artery Catheter Interpretation: Resident and medical studentCritical Care Medicine Lecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery and EmergencyMedicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, January 1999.An Introduction to Ventilator Management: Resident and medical student Critical CareMedicine Lecture, Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery, and Emergency Medicine, WestVirginia University School of Medicine, January 1999.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 40
  • 41. Options for Invasive Monitoring: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, May 1998.The Laryngeal Mask Airway in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care: Resident andmedical student education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, May 1998.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, May 1998.Options for Invasive Monitoring: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, April 1998.The Laryngeal Mask Airway in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care: Resident andmedical student education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, April 1998.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, April 1998.ACLS Algorithms: ACLS Course for Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care Faculty,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, March, 1998.Options for Invasive Monitoring: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, March 1998.The Laryngeal Mask Airway in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care: Resident andmedical student education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, March 1998.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, March 1998.Pacing Options: Resident and medical student education lecture series, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, March 1998.Options for Invasive Monitoring: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, February 1998.The Laryngeal Mask Airway in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care: Resident andmedical student education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, February 1998.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, February 1998.Pacing Options: Resident and medical student education lecture series, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, February 1998.Options for Invasive Monitoring: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 41
  • 42. University School of Medicine, December 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, December 1997.An Introduction to Critical Care: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, November 1997.The Laryngeal Mask Airway in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care: Resident andmedical student education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, November 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, November 1997.Pacing Options: Resident and medical student education lecture series, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, November 1997.Options for Invasive Monitoring: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, October 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine October 1997.An Introduction to Critical Care: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, September 1997.The Laryngeal Mask Airway in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care: Resident andmedical student education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, September 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, September 1997.Pacing Options: Resident and medical student education lecture series, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, September 1997.Introduction to Critical Care: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, August 1997.Options for Invasive Monitoring: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, August 1997.The Laryngeal Mask Airway in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care: Resident andmedical student education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, August 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, August 1997.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 42
  • 43. Pacing Options: Resident and medical student education lecture series, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, August 1997.An Introduction to the Use of the LMA in Trauma, Resuscitation and Intensive Care:Trauma Grand Rounds, Department of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, July 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, July 1997.An Introduction to Critical Care: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, June 1997.Options for Invasive Monitoring: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, June 1997.The Laryngeal Mask Airway in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care: Resident andmedical student education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, June 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, June 1997.Pacing Options: Resident and medical student education lecture series, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, June 1997.An Introduction to Critical Care: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, May 1997.The Laryngeal Mask Airway in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care: Resident andmedical student education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, May 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, May 1997.Pacing Options: Resident and medical student education lecture series, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, May 1997.A Case Discussion of Laryngeal Mask Airway in Out of Operating Room AirwayManagement: Harvard Combined Critical Care Review Course, Harvard University School ofMedicine, Boston, April 1997.Laryngeal Mask Airway in the Intensive Care Unit: Combined Grand Rounds: Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care and Department of Pulmonary Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, April 1997.The Laryngeal Mask Airway in Trauma, Resuscitation, and Critical Care: Resident andmedical student education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, April 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studentJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 43
  • 44. education lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, April 1997.Pacing Options: Resident and medical student education lecture series, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, April 1997.An Introduction to Critical Care: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, March 1997.Options for Invasive Monitoring: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, March 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, March 1997.Pacing Options: Resident and medical student education lecture series, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, March 1997.An Introduction to Critical Care: Resident and medical student education lecture series,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, HarvardUniversity School of Medicine, February 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, February 1997.Pacing Options: Resident and medical student education lecture series, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, February 1997.Interpretation of Pulmonary Artery Catheter Information: Resident and medical studenteducation lecture series, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts GeneralHospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, January 1997.The Pulmonary Artery Catheter in Critical Care: Journal Club, Department of Anesthesia andCritical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, February1997.Careers in Medicine and the Match: University of New England College of OsteopathicMedicine, October 1996.Options for Monitoring Intra-operative Cardiac Ischemia: Journal Club, Department ofAnesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, October 1996.Cardiac surgical case discussion, a review of coronary anatomy: Grand Rounds, Departmentof Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School ofMedicine, 1996.Hazards of Nitrous Oxide: Journal Club, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care,Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard University School of Medicine, November 1993. Research ExperienceCo- Prinicple Investigator: Intraosseous Access Utilization: Survey of Society for PediatricAnesthesia Membership, 2010-present.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 44
  • 45. Investigator: Prospective trial of the incidence of tongue base collapse associated with the useof Dexmedetomidine in children, 2008-present.Investigator: Blood loss in craniofacial surgery: assessment of strategies to decrease transfusion,Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh, 2006-present.Investigator: Peri-operative adverse events in trisomy 21 patients, Children’s Hospital ofPittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh, 2006-present.Investigator: Prospective trial of the incidence of tachyarrhythmias associated with the use ofDexmedetomidine after cardiac surgery in children, 2006-2010.Co-principle Investigator: A hospital survey of obstetric practices in West Virginia, 2004-2007.Principle Investigator: Evaluating correlation with SNAP bispectral EEG index score toGlasgow Coma score, Glasgow outcome scores and Ramsay sedation scores in Patients withTraumatic Brain Injury, ITACCS/TRIGER, 2003-2007.Investigator: Is hypothermia in trauma patients still an ominous predictor of outcomes? ITACCS/TRIGER, 2003-2007.Principle Investigator: Precedex in the Patient with Traumatic Brain Injury, ITACCS/TRIGER,2002-2007.Principle Investigator: Remifentanil for electroconvulsive therapy. West Virginia UniversityIRB approved, 1998-2005.Investigator: Comparison of LMA pressures filled with water vs. air during nitrous anesthesia inpediatric patients. West Virginia University IRB approved, 2003-2004.Principle Investigator: Correlation Between Perioperative Inspired Oxygen Content and Risk ofSternal Wound Infection in Cardiac Surgical Wound Infection in Cardiac Surgical Patients, WestVirginia University IRB approved, MS-04-00, 2000-2005.Principle Investigator: A Prospective, Randomized, Trial Comparing the Impact of ContinuousThoracic Epidural Block to Intravenous Patient-Controlled Analgesia on Pain Control, Recoveryand Quality of Life in Patients Undergoing Whipple Procedure for Pancreatic Cancer. 2004-2005.Investigator: Multicenter, double-blind, placebo controlled, randomized study of analgesicefficacy and safety of valdecoxib 20 mg QD and valdecoxib 20 mg BID compared to placeboover multiple days for management of acute post-surgical pain in patients undergoing ACLrepair. 2004-2005. Grant from Pfizer.Investigator: ECLIPSE-SNP: Evaluation of CLEVELOX TM (clevidipine: IND no. 65,114) Inthe Perioperative Treatment of Hypertension Assessing Safety Events (with SodiumNitroprusside as Active Comparator) Protocol No. TMC-CLV-03-04. Multicenter double blindstudy of 500 patients (adult men and women), 2004-2005.Co-Principle Investigator: The Safety of Desflurane versus Isoflurane in Patients withCoronary Artery Disease Undergoing Peripheral Vascular Surgery. Phase IV, Multi-center, open-label, randomized, parallel comparison, active controlled study, IND #32,363, IRB, 2000-2002.Award $12,324.48 (Baxter Pharmaceutical Products, Inc.)Investigator: Post-operative Peripheral Brain Enzymes Levels. Kofke. W., Andrew, Sinz,Elizabeth, Cain, James, Vance, Robert, IRB, 2000-2001.Investigator: Evaluation of an Assessment Tool of Anesthesia Residents Using the HumanPatient Simulator, Schwid, Howard, Sinz, Elizabeth, Rosen, Kathleen, Cain, James, Barbaccia,John, Kofke, W. Andrew, IRB, 2000-2001..Investigator: Effects of Anesthesia and Prone Positioning on Blood Flow Velocity in theOphthalmic Artery During Spine Surgery, Kofke, W. Andrew and Sinz, E., Cain, J., Barbaccia,James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 45
  • 46. J., Remalona, H., IRB # 14674, 2000-2001.Investigator: Remifentanil Effects on Blood Flow Velocity, Kofke, W. Andrew and Sinz, E.,Cain, J., Barbaccia, J., Ahktar, N., West Virginia University IRB # 14475, 1999-2001.Principle Investigator: Cis-atricurium and vecuronium: cost saving through synergy, 1998.Principle Investigator: Comparison of vecuronium and cis-atricurium in the cardiac surgicalpatient. 1996-1998.Co-investigator: Nitric oxide use in cardiac surgical patients. 1997-1998.Investigator: Efficacy of sodium bicarbonate as an adjunct with varying doses of epinephrine incardiac and cerebral resuscitation. 1991-1992.Principle Investigator: Effect of pre-mortem thrombolytic therapy on eye donor postenucleation complications. 1991-1992.Investigator: Aided investigation of benefits of sports drink compared with water. 1988.Principle Investigator: Undergraduate Senior Honors Program: Isolation of a previouslyundescribed protein associated with Lipoteichoic Acid in the cell wall of the Staphylococcusaureus. 1986-1987.Investigator: Comparison of wound healing with several petroleum based ointments. 1986-1987. Continuing Education and MeetingsReviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript AA-D-12-00276, SeverPediatric Blunt Trauma – Successful ROTEM – guided Hemostatic Therapy with FibrinogenConcentrate and No Administration of Fresh Frozen Plasma or Platelets, March 2012.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript AA-D-12-00057,Sevoflurane Combined with ATP Activates Caspase-1 and Triggers Capsase-1-dependentPyroptosis in Murine 1774 Macrophage, February 2012.American Society of Anesthesiologists: (CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,Chicago, October 2011.Pennsylvania Society of Anesthesiologists Legislative Conference: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,October 2011.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript AA-D-11-01349, The volatileanesthetic isoflurane prevents ventilator-induced lung injury via phospoinositide 3-kinase/AKTsignaling in mice, August 2011.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript AA-D-11-01087, Impairmentof carotid artery blood flow by supraglottic airway use in swine model of cardiac arrest, July2011.American Society of Anesthesiologists Legislative Conference: (3 CME hours) Washington,D.C., May 2011.University of Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Annual Residency Review: (7 CME hours) Farmington, Pennsylvania, March 2011.University of Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Grand Rounds: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Weekly, January 2005-present.QA Conference, Department of Anesthesiology, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh, Monthly, January 2005-present.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript AA-D-10-01209R1,Adenovirus-Delivered Angiopoietin1 Accelerates the Inflammation Resolution of EndotoxicAcute Lung Injury in Mice, November 2010.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 46
  • 47. American Society of Anesthesiologists: (CME hours) Annual meeting and review course, SanDiego, October 2010.Society for Pediatric Anesthesia: (7 CME hours) Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2010.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript AA-D-10-01209,Adenovirus-Delivered Angiopoietin1 Accelerates the Inflammation Resolution of EndotoxicAcute Lung Injury in Mice, August 2010.University of Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Residency Review: (7 CME hours),Farmington, Pennsylvania, March 2010.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), AA-D-10-00220, Impact of an exchangegroup of practice regarding the teaching of medical reasoning in situations of emergencydelivered to anesthetist residents, February 2010.American Society Anesthesiologists: (33.5 CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,New Orleans, October 2009.Society for Pediatric Anesthesia: (7 CME hours) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, October 2009.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript AA-D-09-01978,Anesthesiology Critical Care Medicine: A Fellowship and Faculty Recruitment Program,December 2009.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript AA-D-09-02122, Associationbetween year of residency training and multiple attempts at endotracheal intubation, December2009.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript AA-D-09-01158R1, High-Fidelity Simulation Demonstrates the Influence of Anesthesiologists Age and Years fromResidency on Emergency Cricothyroidotomy Skills, December 2009.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript AA-D-09-01620, AnEvaluation of Three Models for the Acquisition of Fiberoptic Dexterity Skills during Time-constrained Training, October 2009.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript Number AA-D-09-01158,High-Fidelity Simulation Demonstrates the Influence of Anesthesiologists Age and Years fromResidency on Emergency Cricothyroidotomy Skills, August 2009.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript Number: AA-D-08-01999R1,Complications in the Radiographic Confirmation of Armored Endotrachial Tube Placement,January 2009.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours), Manuscript Number: AA-D-08-02266,Risk factors for postoperative mortality and morbidities in emergency surgeries A pilotretrospective cohort study, January 2009.Reviewer Anesthesia and Analgesia: (3 CME hours) AA-D-08-01925, Intraosseous Infusions:A Review for the Anesthesiologist, December 2008.Society for Pediatric Anesthesia: (19 CME hours) Annual Meeting, Jacksonville, Florida,March 2009.American Society of Anesthesiologists: (33.5 CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,Orlando, Florida, October 2008.Society for Pediatric Anesthesia: (7 CME hours) Annual meeting and review course, Orlando,Florida, October 2008.ITACCS 2008 Cochin, 12th Annual Conference of International Trauma Anaesthesia &Critical Care Society, Indian Chapter, Cochin India, August 2008.TraumaCare 2008, 20th Annual Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Symposium:James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 47
  • 48. International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Yokohama Japan, June 2008.European Trauma Course Board of Directors Meeting: Brussels, March 2008.University of Pittsburgh Department of Anesthesiology Grand Rounds: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, weekly, 2006-present.Medical Advisory Committee for Trauma: Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh, Monthly, May 2005-present.American Society of Anesthesiologists: (CME hours) Annual meeting and review course, SanFrancisco, California, October 2007.West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting: (7.5 CME hours) Roanoke,West Virginia, May 2007.TraumaCare 2007, 20th Annual Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Symposium:International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Las Vegas, May 2007.TraumaCare Foundation Board of Directors Meeting: Chicago, Illinois, October 2006.American Society of Anesthesiology: (CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,Chicago, Illinois, October 2006.International TraumaCare Board of Directors Meeting: Santiago, Chile, September 2006.TraumaCare 2006, 19th Annual Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Symposium:International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Santiago, Chile, September 2006.University of Pittsburgh’s Third Annual Postgraduate Anesthesia Conference: (7 CMEhours) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 2006.West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting: (7.5 CME hours) Roanoke,West Virginia, May 2006.American Society of Anesthesiologists Legislative Conference: Washington, D.C., May 2006.Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge: (20 CME hours) InternationalTraumaCare, St. Kitts, West Indies, April 2006.Pediatric Anesthesia Update Symposium: (6.5 CME hours) Children’s Hospital of PittsburghDepartment of Anesthesiology, Journal Club, University of Pittsburgh, April 2006.Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge: (20 CME hours) InternationalTraumaCare, South American Cruise, January-February 2006.American Society of Anesthesiologists: (CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,Atlanta, October 2005.American Board of Anesthesiology Board Examiner: (24 CME hours) San Francisco,September 2005.Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge: (20 CME hours) InternationalTraumaCare, Mediterranean Cruise, October 2005.Trauma, The Team Approach: (20 CME hours) International TraumaCare Society, EuropeanNorth Cape Cruise, June-July 2005Trauma Care 2004, 18th Annual Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Symposium:International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Paris, France, May 2005.West Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists: (7 CME hours) Annual Meeting, White SulfurSprings, West Virginia, May 2005.American Society of Anesthesiologists Practice Management Seminar: (20 CME hours), SanFrancisco, February 2005.The Inner Circle Wealth Strategies Forum: BFI Consulting AG (Zurich-Embatingen,Switzerland), Nassau, Bahamas, January 2005.Allegheny General Hospital Department of Anesthesia Grand Rounds: Pittsburgh,James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 48
  • 49. Pennsylvania February 2003-2005.West Virginia University School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology GrandRounds:, Morgantown, West Virginia, July 1998-March 2000, January 2003-2004.American Society of Anesthesiologists: (34 CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,Las Vegas, Nevada, October 2004.Trauma Care 2004, 17th Annual Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Symposium:International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Sydney, Australia, October 2004.Trauma, The Team Approach: (20 CME hours) International Trauma Anesthesia and CriticalCare Society, Maui, October 2004West Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists: (7.5 CME hours) Annual Meeting, White SulfurSprings, West Virginia, May 2004.American Society of Anesthesiologists’ Leadership Spokesperson Training Program: one ofthirty invited participants, Washington, D.C., May 2004.American Society of Anesthesiologists Legislative Conference: Washington, D.C., May 2004.American Society of Anesthesiologists: (28.5 CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,San Francisco, California, October 2003.International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society’s Board of Director’s Meeting:San Francisco, California, October 2003.Selective Decontamination of the GI Tract Improves ICU Outcome: (0.25 CME hours)Medscape, September 2003.The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge: (20 CME hours) International TraumaAnesthesia and Critical Care Society, Alaska, August 2003.West Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists: (.75 CME hours) Annual Meeting, White SulfurSprings, West Virginia, May 2003.Trauma Care 2003, 16th Annual Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Symposium: (20CME hours), International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Dallas, May 2003.Human Participation Protections Educations Education for Research Teams: NationalInstitutes for Health (NIH), May 2003.Human Subjects Research Education: Institutional Review Board, Allegheny GeneralHospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2003.Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting and Review Course: (22.5CME hours) Sam Francisco, California, February 2003Auburn University/Southern Medical Associations Certificate in Business AdministrationCourses: (20 CME hours) 2001-2002.The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge: (14 CME hours) International TraumaAnesthesia and Critical Care Society, Turks and Caicos, November 2002.American Society of Anesthesiologists: (45 CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,Orlando, Florida, October 2002.International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society’s Board of Director’s Meeting:Orlando, Florida, October 2002.West Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists: (10 CME hours) Annual Meeting, White SulfurSprings, West Virginia, May 2002.Monongalia General Hospital Executive Retreat, Farmington, Pennsylvania, May 2002.American Society of Anesthesiologists: (45 CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,New Orleans, Louisiana, October 2001.Anesthesiology Medicare Carrier Advisory Committee: New Orleans, Louisiana, OctoberJames G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 49
  • 50. 2001.Trauma: The Team Approach to the Clinical Challenge: (20 CME hours) InternationalTrauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Mediterranean Cruise, August 2001.West Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists: (10 CME hours) Annual Meeting, White SulfurSprings, West Virginia, May 2001.National Ultiva Speakers Bureau Meeting: Abbott Laboratories, Miami, Florida, March 2001.West Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists: Mid-Winter Meeting, Charleston, West Virginia,February 2001.American Society of Anesthesiologists: (45 CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,San Francisco, California, October 2000.Society for Neuroanesthesia and Critical Care: Annual meeting and review, San Francisco,California, October 2000.Society for Pediatric Anesthesia: Annual meeting and review, San Francisco, California,October 2000.Fundamental Critical Care Support Course: Society of Critical Care Medicine, Center forRural Emergency Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, September 2000.Fundamental Critical Care Support Course: Society of Critical Care Medicine, Center forRural Emergency Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, March 2000.Year 2000: State of the Art in Anesthesiology, Clinical Update on Anesthesiology, PainManagement, and Critical Care: (10 CME hours) West Virginia Society of AnesthesiologistsAnnual Meeting, White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, May 2000.West Virginia University School of Medicine Critical Care Medicine Grand Rounds:Morgantown, West Virginia, monthly, January 1999-March 2000.Fundamental Critical Care Support Course: Society of Critical Care Medicine, Center forRural Emergency Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine, March 2000.American Society of Anesthesiologists: (45 CME hours) Annual meeting and review course,Dallas, Texas, October 1999.Combined Critical Care Course: (34 CME hours) Society of Critical Care Medicine andAmerican College of Chest Physicians, Orlando, Florida, August 1999.2nd Annual Cardiothoracic Update: (20 CME hours) Duke University CardiothoracicAnesthesiology, Hilton Head, South Carolina, June 1999.1999 Spring Meeting: Simulation in Anesthesia Education - A Comprehensive Approach:Society for Education in Anesthesia and the University of Rochester Department ofAnesthesiology, Rochester, New York, June 1999.National American Red Cross Medical Advisory Board Meeting regarding PLAS+SD(Pooled Plasma Solvent/Detergent Treated): Washington, D.C., March 1999.Fundamental Critical Care Support Course: Society of Critical Care Medicine, West VirginiaUniversity School of Medicine, March 1999.Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care GrandRounds: Harvard University School of Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts, weekly, November1993-June 1998.Massachusetts General Hospital Combined Anesthesia and Pulmonary Medicine CriticalCare Grand Rounds: Harvard University School of Medicine, monthly, January 1996-June1998.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 50
  • 51. Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Surgery Trauma Surgery Section GrandRounds: Harvard University School of Medicine, weekly, January 1997-June 1998.Harvard Combined Critical Care Review Course: Harvard University School of Medicine,Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 1998.Harvard Combined Critical Care Review Course: Harvard University School of Medicine,Cambridge, April 1997.Grand Rounds: Department of Anesthesia, Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard UniversitySchool of Medicine, weekly, February and March 1996, July and August 1995.Grand Rounds: Department of Anesthesia, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard UniversitySchool of Medicine, weekly, June 1994.Grand Rounds: Department of Internal Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, Yale-New Haven Hospital, weekly, June 1992-July 1993.References available upon request.James G. Cain, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.P. 51