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Memories and dreams: building an academic department at Washington University in St. Louis.

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Congratulations from the IARS!

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Prevention of intraoperative awareness in a high-risk surgical population.

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Neurosteroid analogues. 16. A new explanation for the lack of anesthetic effects of δ(16)-alphaxalone and identification of a δ(17(20)) analogue with potent anesthetic activity.

Stastna E., Krishnan K., Manion B.D., Taylor A., Rath N.P., Chen Z.-W., Evers A.S., Zorumski C.F., Mennerick S., Covey D.F. (2011) Neurosteroid analogues. 16. A new explanation for the lack of anesthetic effects of δ(16)-alphaxalone and identification of a δ(17(20)) analogue with potent anesthetic activity. Journal of medicinal chemistry, 54(11):3926-34.

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Review of clinical evidence for persistent cognitive decline or incident dementia attributable to surgery or general anesthesia.

Avidan M.S., Evers A.S. (2011) Review of clinical evidence for persistent cognitive decline or incident dementia attributable to surgery or general anesthesia. Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD, 24(2):201-16.

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