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Residency Program Faculty

Photo of Samuel Perov, M.D.

Samuel Perov, M.D.

Director of Research, Department of Anesthesiology/Detroit Medical Center
Clinical Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, Wayne State University 
Staff Anesthesiologist, Detroit Receiving Hospital
Program Director for the annual Advanced Techniques for Acute and Chronic Pain Management – including Unique Dissection Anatomy Course and Needling Session using Ultrasound Techniques 
Program Director for monthly Clinical Anesthesia Conferences


Dr. Samuel Perov is a Board-Certified Anesthesiologist who completed his anesthesia residency program at the Medical College of Ohio at Toledo.   He provides formal lectures on a variety of anesthesiology topics from nerve block procedures to anesthetic care of complex trauma patients.  He is the Chair for Clinical Research for the Anesthesiology Department and his role is to guide students in planning, implementing, publication and presentation of clinical research.  

Anesthesiology Residency Program