Education and Training
DO - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
Anesthesiology - Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA (Chief Education Resident)
Pediatric Anesthesia Cardiac Fellow - Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC
Pediatric Anesthesia - Duke University Hospital, Durham, NC
MS in Biomedical Science, Research Concentration - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Departments and Services
Posters and Presentations
Weidmann, L., Frakes, J., Zhao, C., Goldstein, B., Einhorn, L. “Post-Op Opioid Prescribing Patterns in Children Over Time: A Single Center Cohort Analysis” Poster presented at Society for Pediatric Anesthesia annual meeting. Tampa, Florida, Spring 2022 and Duke Academic Evening, Durham, NC, Spring 2022.
Weidmann, L., Murphy W. P., “More than a Finger on the Pulse: Monitoring Standards in Anesthesiology from 1842 to Present.” Abstract accepted for poster presentation at IARS annual meeting. San Francisco, CA. Spring 2020.
Weidmann, L., Prasanna, P., Barrett, B., “Supraclavicular Block in Polytrauma Patient with Severe TBI and Elevated ICP” Abstract accepted for poster presentation at ASRA annual meeting. San Francisco, CA. Spring 2020
Awards and Honors
2021, Meritorious Academic Activity in PACE, VCU
2021, The Gene Peterson Award for Excellence in Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, VCU
2021, Resident Excellence in Teaching Award, VCU
2014 & 2105, D’Alonzo DO Memorial Student Fund, PCOM
2015, Class of 1956 Student Research Travel Award, PCOM
2014 & 2015, PCOM Foundation Scholarship, PCOM
2012 & 2013, PCOM Board of Trustees Scholarship, PCOM
2011, Phi Sigma Iota Foreign Language Honors Society, Muhlenberg College
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia Society
Society for Pediatric Anesthesia
Patient Experience Ratings
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