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Dr. Muncey earned his MD from University of Michigan. He completed his residency in Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Following his Residency Dr. Muncey was Clinical Anesthesiologist and Director of Obstetrics Anesthesia at Signature Healthcare Brockton, in Massachusetts. Dr. Muncey joins us from TeamHealth Anesthesia where he was a Clinical Anesthesiologist and also served as Director of the Preoperative Clinic, Martin Health System, and a Clinical Assistant Professor at Florida State University College of Medicine. Dr. Muncey’s clinical interests are in regional anesthesia, enhanced recovery after surgery, protocols and perioperative optimization of health. His research interests are in interactions and mechanisms involving sleep, metabolic syndrome and chronic pain.
Education & Training
- University of Michigan - MD
- Muncey AR, Patel SY, Whelan CJ, Ackerman RS, Gatenby RA. The Intersection of Regional Anesthesia and Cancer Progression: A Theoretical Framework. Cancer Control. 2020 Jan.27(1). Pubmedid: 33070618.
- Muncey AR, Sweeney J, Hafez O. Placement of a Double-Lumen Endotracheal Tube Using a Combined Bronchoscopy and Fluoroscopy Technique: A Case Report. A A Pract. 2020 Apr.14(6):e01198. Pubmedid: 32784316.
- Muncey AR, Saulles AR, Koch LG, Britton SL, Baghdoyan HA, Lydic R. Disrupted sleep and delayed recovery from chronic peripheral neuropathy are distinct phenotypes in a rat model of metabolic syndrome. Anesthesiology. 2010 Nov.113(5):1176-1185. Pubmedid: 20938334. Pmcid: PMC2962768.
- Yilmaz V, Demirbilek V, Gürses C, Yentür SP, Uysal S, Yapici Z, Yilmaz G, Muncey A, Cokar O, Onal E, Gökyiğit A, Saruhan-Direskeneli G. Interleukin (IL)-12, IL-2, interferon-gamma gene polymorphisms in subacute sclerosing panencephalitis patients. J Neurovirol. 2007 Oct.13(5):410-415. Pubmedid: 17994425.
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