Starting your career in anesthesiology is an exciting time. ASA and the Committee on Young Physicians (CYP) want you to know we are here to support you now and as you move forward in the profession. Here you'll find information to help you get started in your career or answer membership questions that you may have as you navigate your transition from residency into practice or a Fellowship program.
ASA Committee on Young Physicians
Who we are: The Committee on Young Physicians (CYP) is a group of dedicated ASA members who are in the first 8-10 years of practice and have been selected through the ASA nomination process to serve on this Committee. These members serve to support and encourage other young physicians as well as serving as a link for residents and fellows transitioning into practice.
The Committee on Young Physicians mission is to provide an avenue to grow and sustain an actively involved young physician demographic. The CYP serves as a link between residents and fellows in training and clinical practice as attending anesthesiologists in academic and private practice settings. The CYP serves as a bridge for young physicians providing support as needed in other capacities within ASA. The Committee ensures ensure continued engagement and supports growth opportunities in this demographic.
Committee on Young Physicians leadership: Erica Stein, M.D., FASA, Chair and Elizabeth Malinzak, M.D., Vice Chair. Contact the CYP leadership, to learn more about the Committee on Young Physicians.
The Committee on Young Physicians goals are:
1. To promote, encourage and support young physician involvement and membership in ASA and encourage involvement in the component and the subspecialty societies.
2. To promote and assist in the development of educational programs to address the needs of young physicians.
3. To serve as a focus for the discussion of young physician issues, and to keep young physician members informed of important and topical issues.
We’re here to help! Contact a member of the Committee on Young Physicians to learn more about becoming involved, answering questions about transitioning into practice or how to become active in the CYP or other ASA Committees. You can also send an email to the ASA CYP Staff Liaison.