If the adage that “change is a good thing” is true, then 2015 is going to be an extraordinarily good year for the Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research. A slight departure from our traditional communications, I am dedicating this month’s column to provide an administrative update for all ASA members on important happenings at FAER that will lead us to reach unprecedented improved outcomes in service to our mission and the anesthesiology community.

With all of the exciting events ahead this year, there is one point I must emphasize: As we embrace changes on the road ahead, we remain committed to our mission to advance medicine through anesthesia education and research and to our core work of providing research grant funding, resources and opportunities to aspiring physician investigators and educators.

First and the most important for me personally, is my decision not to serve a second five-year term as...

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