Lauryn Rametta, DNAP, CRNA
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Nurse Anesthesia Education
Lauryn Rametta, DNAP, CRNA, is a clinical assistant professor for the Department of Nurse Anesthesia Education. She is responsible for both didactic and clinical instruction for nurse anesthesia students at all levels.
Rametta graduated Suma Cum Laude with a bachelor's degree in psychology from Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, in 2006. She went on to receive her bachelor's degree in nursing in 2008 from Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences where she was awarded the Academic Excellence Award for highest grade point average in her graduating class. In 2013, Rametta received her master's degree in nurse anesthesia from the University of Kansas and received the George G. DeVane Award for Student Excellence. Rametta completed her doctorate degree in anesthesia practice from the University of Michigan-Flint in 2016.
Rametta is a member of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, the Kansas Association of Nurse Anesthetists, and Sigma Theta Tau International.
Clinical and Academic Focus
Rametta presently co-teaches regional anesthesia/pain management and multiple advanced theory of anesthesia practice courses. She also engages in clinical instruction at the KU Medical Center main campus and the ambulatory surgery center. She divides her time clinically between teaching senior students cardiothoracic anesthesia at The University of Kansas Hospital Center for Advanced Heart Care and instructing new students in a variety of anesthesia settings.
Rametta’s areas of research interest focus upon cardiothoracic anesthesia, regional anesthesia simulation, and clinical evaluation.