Manuel Pardo, MD

Professor of Clinical Anesthesia
Vice Chair for Education
Biography: 

I am the Vice Chair for Education at the UCSF Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care. For ten years (2009-2019), I served as Program Director of the UCSF Anesthesia Residency. My interests include undergraduate and graduate medical education, medical simulation training, and innovative training pathways in residency programs.

I am a founding member of the UCSF Academy of Medical Educators. In the past, I have served as Chair of the Academy's Innovations Funding and Scholarship Working Groups. For ten years, I held the Sol Shnider Endowed Chair for Anesthesia Education, one of the matched endowed chairs co-sponsored by the Academy and my department.

I welcome collaborations in teaching, evaluation and assessment of clinical skills related to the fields of anesthesiology and critical care medicine, at any level of trainee.

Publications: 
Pardo M. Time-Efficient Teaching Strategies in Anesthesia. In Bowe E, Schell R, eds. Education in Anesthesia: How to Deliver the Best Learning Experience. Cambridge University Press. 2018.
Pardo M, Miller RD (eds). Basics of Anesthesia. 2017.
Turner JA, Fitzsimons MG, Pardo MC, Hawkins JL, Huang YM, Rudolph MD, Keyes MA, Howard-Quijano KJ, Naim NZ, Buckley JC, Grogan TR, Steadman RH. Effect of Performance Deficiencies on Graduation and Board Certification Rates: A 10-yr Multicenter Study of Anesthesiology Residents. Anesthesiology. 2016 Jul; 125(1):221-9.
Pardo M, Schell R. Miller's Anesthesia. Teaching Anesthesia. 2015.