- MD, Ross University School of Medicine Edison NJ, 2005
Bezouska, C., Unger, T. Labor Anesthesia for a Primigravida with Previously Undiagnosed Marfan Syndrome, Aortic Dilation, History of Arteriovenous Malformations, and Previous Stroke. Chicago, Society for Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology (2008).
Howell, S.M., Unger, M.W., Colson, J.D., Serafini, M. Ultrasonographic evaluation of neck hematoma and block salvage after failed neurostimulation-guided interscalene block. J Clin Anesth. 2010 Nov; 22(7): 560-1.
Unger, M.W.T., Liu, S.Y., and Rancourt, D.E. Transplacement mutagenesis: a novel in situmutagenesis system using phage-plasmid recombination. Nucleic Acids Res., 27:6, 1480-1484 (1999).
Woltjen, K., Unger, M.W.T., and Rancourt, D.E. Transplacement mutagenesis: a recombinationbased in situ mutagenesis protocol. Methods in Molecular Biology. (2001) POSTERS
Parks, L., Sadler, J., Unger, T. Anesthetic Management of a parturient with surgically corrected transposition of the great arteries, Wolff-Parkinson White syndrome, and severe pulmonic stenosis. San Diego, American Society of Anesthesiologists (2010).
Attaallah, A.F., Unger, T., Szymoniak, C.M. Difficult Airway Management in Two Patients with Klippel-Feil Syndrome. New Orleans, American Society of Anesthesiologists (2009).
Unger, T., Marshall, D. Circulatory arrest for tumor debulking in a 14 year old girl with renal tumor extending into right atrium. New Orleans, American Society of Anesthesiologists (2009).
Bezouska, C., Unger, T. Regional anesthesia for a parturient with VP shunt. New Orleans, American Society of Anesthesiologists (2009).
2012 - Jon Michael Moore Trauma Center Cornerstone Award
1998 - Merck Frosst Travel Award
1997- Malaspina UC Outstanding Biology Student Award
1994 - Jack Barrish Memorial Scholarship
About M.W. Todd Unger
Dr. M. W. Todd Unger is a Clinical Anesthesiologist within the School of Medicine of West Virginia University. Dr. Unger received his Doctorate of Medicine from Ross University in New Jersey in 2005. Dr. Unger completed his Anesthesiology residency at West Virginia University from 2005 to 2009. He joined the faculty of the Department of Anesthesiology as an Instructor in 2010. Dr. Unger was promoted to Assistant Professor in 2015. He is licensed with the West Virginia Board of Medicine and member of the American Board of Anesthesiology in 2014. Dr. Unger offers pre-operative consultation services for inpatients to assess and optimize their readiness for surgery and provides general anesthesia for both inpatient and outpatient surgery. He also provides various modes of anesthesia for obstetric patients and anesthesia services for ECT, interventional radiology and the Center for Reproductive Medicine.. He is a member of the resident Clinical Competence Committee and the Regional and Acute Pain Services. Dr. Unger also serves as the Anesthesia Director of College of Uro/Gyn Robotic Surgery at WVU Medicine Ruby Memorial Hospital. He is member of the Anesthesiology Department’s night call team, providing coordinated care of all anesthesia services throughout the hospital at all available anesthetizing locations. Dr. Unger developed a Cadaveric Advanced Airway Workshop for the senior residents during the last academic year. This program provides residents with hands on surgical airway experience in a non-emergent or life-threatening environment. Dr. Unger plans on further developing and improving this workshop over the course of the year. He also serves as Director of Basic Anesthesia Training rotation for junior residents.
American Society of Anesthesiologists 2006-present
West Virginia State Society of Anesthesiologists 2006-present
American Board of Anesthesiologists 2006-present
International Anesthesia Research Society 2006-present
West Virginia University, Anesthesia Department, Clinical Competency Committee West Virginia University, 2015-present.
West Virginia University Hospitals Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Committee, 2008-2009.
Patient Care Information
West Virginia University School of Medicine, 2009