Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care
Maunak V. Rana’s clinical interests include interventional pain management, neuromodulation, vertebral augmentation, regional anesthesia, and ultrasound-guided interventions. His academic interests also include mathematical modeling of pain states, as well as graduate medical education.
His research findings are about to be published in Challenging Cases and Complication Management in Pain Medicine (Springer International Publishing, 2018). He has lectured nationally and internationally on topics in anesthesiology and interventional pain management.
Rana earned a BS from the Pennsylvania State University and an MD from Jefferson Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. He completed an internship in surgery at the Cleveland Clinic, as well as a residency in anesthesiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He also completed fellowships in biomedical engineering at the Cleveland Clinic and in pain management at the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University.