Dr. Mariano has given over 300 invited lectures and workshop presentations nationally and internationally. He has been a featured speaker at many prestigious medical conferences hosted by the American Society of Anesthesiologists, American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, American Academy of Pain Medicine, Philippine Society of Anesthesiologists, New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists, European Society of Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Therapy, California Society of Anesthesiologists, New York School of Regional Anesthesia (NYSORA), Study in Multidisciplinary Pain Research (SIMPAR), New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, Ganga Hospital in India, and others.
In addition to lecturing at Stanford, he has served as invited visiting professor to the Mayo Clinic, Hospital for Special Surgery, Duke, University of Kansas, UC Irvine, UC San Diego, Georgetown University, University of New Mexico, Ochsner Medical Center, Penn State, Oregon Health and Science University, Northwestern University, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Wake Forest University, Medical College of Wisconsin, Cedars-Sinai, and Jefferson University.
To invite Dr. Mariano for a guest lecture or visiting professorship, including virtual presentations, please submit your request here.
- Short Stay Knee Arthroplasty
- Multimodal Analgesia and Opioids after Hip Surgery
- Lessons Learned from the U.S. Opioid Epidemic
- The Evolution of Training in Regional Anaesthesia
- Time to Hit the Reset Button on Regional Anesthesia (recorded lecture available from the Mayo Clinic)
- Designing the “Best” Pain Management Plan for Knee Replacement
- Interfascial Plane Blocks: Should We Believe the Hype?
- The Quest for Longer Block Duration: Techniques and Evidence
- “Opioid-Free Anesthesia” (recorded lecture available from UCSD; password: ucsdgr00000)
- Modernize Your CV with a Digital Portfolio (recorded lecture available from Stanford)
- Thoracic Epidural Analgesia Is the Gold Standard for Major Abdominal Surgery (Pro/Con Debate)
- Interfascial Plane Blocks Are an Acceptable Alternative to Thoracic Epidural Analgesia (Pro/Con Debate)
- The Role of Social Media in Modern Medicine
- The Biggest Threats to Anesthesiology Are… (recorded lecture available)
- Regional Anesthesia Education and Social Media (recorded lecture available from Stanford)
- How Does Regional Anesthesia Stay Relevant in the Future?
- Dealing with the Information Firehose: Tips for Busy Researchers
- Bundled Payment for Joint Replacement: Implications for Patients and Acute Pain Services
- Pain Medicine and the Pathway to Better Surgical Care
- Regional Anesthesia in the Prevention of Persistent Postsurgical Pain
- Technology to Fast-Track Learning in Regional Anesthesia
- Time for Physicians to Get Social
- Twitter for Busy Doctors
- Anesthesiology: Past, Present, and Future
- How to Be a Leader in Anesthesiology and Beyond
- Management of the Patient with Suspected Perioperative Nerve Injury
- Surface Anatomy and Sonoanatomy for the Occasional Regional Anesthesiologist
Verbatim feedback from course attendees:
- “Very engaging speaker, energetic, curious and knowledgeable. I really enjoyed having him visit us!”
- “Superb presentations, expertly delivered.”
- “Totally changed my impression of social media!”
- “Great presenter. Would actively recommend having him back.”
- “Excellent. Need to have him back again soon.”
- “Excellent topic. Excellent presentation quality. Excellent content.”
- “He really knows how to keep a student’s attention.”
- “A down to earth approach. Inspiring personality.”
VA Palo Alto ADAPT Regional Anesthesia Immersive Learning Center
This unique educational experience taught by expert faculty in a small group setting is designed for Stanford regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine fellows who are learning to master basic and advanced ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia techniques. Fellows discuss practice management, learn to manage simulated crises such as local anesthetic systemic toxicity, and perform actual ultrasound-guided continuous peripheral nerve blocks at the VA Palo Alto’s state-of-the-art simulation center.