LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 3, 2020) — Three providers with UK HealthCare have been inducted as fellows by the American College of Critical Care Medicine.
Asha Shenoi, Ashley Montgomery-Yates and Alex Flannery have been named fellows in the American College of Critical Care Medicine, honoring their contributions to the field of critical care in the areas of professionalism, collaborative, multi-professional practice, scholarly activity, program development and leadership.
Shenoi is an associate professor of pediatrics. Since joining the University of Kentucky in 2013, she has served on various local, regional and national committees. She also serves on various national task forces and currently chairs the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) Pediatric Online Education Committee. She holds a leadership position in the UK College of Medicine as the assistant dean for Clinical Learning Environment and Graduate Medical Education.
Montgomery-Yates is an associate professor in the UK College of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine. She is also the director of the UK Intensive Care Unit Recovery Clinic. Her research focuses on post-intensive care syndrome and recovery after critical illness. Dr. Montgomery-Yates is a member of the SCCM ICU Clinic Collaborative, the SCCM THRIVE Task Force and the SCCM Discovery Research Committee. She holds several leadership positions including associate chief medical officer for Inpatient Services.
Flannery is an assistant professor in the UK College of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmacy Practice and Science. His research involves sepsis-associated acute kidney injury and he practices in the medical intensive care unit. He is currently the director of PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Residency Program for UK HealthCare. Flannery chairs the Research and Scholarship Committee for the Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacology section of SCCM and serves on the society’s Scientific Review Committee.
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