Kenneth D. Candido
University of Illinois, USA
Dr. Candido completed his undergraduate education at Rutgers University in New Jersey with a degree in Biological Sciences. His medical education was completed at the New York Medical College, followed by an anesthesiology residency also at the New York Medical College. He completed a one-year Fellowship in Pain Management at the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine in Chicago.
Dr. Candido worked in anesthesiology and pain medicine in New York City at the Lenox Hill Hospital from 1989-1997. He returned to Chicago to academic medicine and was promoted to Associate Professor of Anesthesiology at Northwestern University Medical Center where he ran the Division of Acute Pain Management. From Northwestern, Dr. Candido became a Professor of Anesthesiology and the Pain Medicine Fellowship and Clinical Director at Loyola from 2005-2008. In January 2008 he was named Chairman, Department of Anesthesiology at the Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center and Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at the University of Illinois, Chicago.
Dr. Candido has published extensively on clinical studies involving regional anesthesia and interventional pain medicine. His bibliography includes almost fifty original papers and fifty textbook chapters on these, and related topics.