Joseph Sun

Joseph Yiwei Sun , MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical

Medical Sciences Building

COM Anesthesiology - 0531


Bachelor of Science: Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN, 2011 (Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry Minor)

Medical Degree: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Cincinnati, OH, 2015

Residency: Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Columbus, OH, 2019 (Anesthesiology)

Fellowship: Northwestern Memorial Hospital Chicago, IL, 2020 (Critical Care Medicine)


American Board of Anesthesiology (Certification Date: 04-10-2021 )

American Board of Anesthesiology (Critical Care) (Certification Date: 04-10-2021 )

Clinical Interests


Critical Care Medicine



Critical Care


Peer Reviewed Publications

Sun, Joseph Y; Whitson, Bryan; Opat, Keith; Elhassan, Amir; Awad, Hamdy; Essandoh, Michael (2019. ) Venoarterial Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Use During Double-Lung Transplantation Complicated by Severe Bilateral Air Leaks: A Novel Strategy.Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia, , 33 (12 ) ,3416-3417 More Information


Invited Presentations

Sun, J., Xia, Y. (06-2019. ) Hypotension after Spinal Anesthesia . Zunyi Maternal and Child Health Hospital, Zunyi, China. Other Institution. . Level:International

Poster Presentations

Sun, J., Iyer, M. (04-2019. ) Intracardiac Thrombus during Orthotopic Liver Transplant .Midwest Anesthesia Residents’ Conference, Detroit, MI. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Pruett, B., Sun, J., Schwartz, S. (04-2019. ) Pectoral Fascial (PECS) I and II Block as Primary Anesthesia for AICD .American Society of Regional Anesthesiology , Las Vegas, NV. . Conference. . Level:National

Sun, J., Opat, K., Essandoh, M. (10-2018. ) Venous-Arterial Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Use In A Double Lung Transplant Patient With Significant Bilateral Air Leaks .American Society of Anesthesiologists 2018, San Francisco, CA. . Conference. . Level:National


Sun, J. (06-2020. ) Aerosols and Airways COVID-19 .Chicago, IL. Other Institution. Level:Department

Sun, J. (04-2018. ) M&M: Unnoticed Loss of Airway During Surgery: Situational Awareness Errors .Columbus, OH. Other Institution. Level:Department