About Alexander Wulff
Alex comes from California where he spent 2 years as the clinical research coordinator for a pediatric pulmonary specialty group focusing on cystic fibrosis, asthma, and bronchopulmonary dysplasia. After leaving California he obtained his Masters in Medical Science from Boston University School of Medicine where he published his thesis on genetic variability in fracture healing assessed through callus composition and strength. After graduation he followed his desire to do research in emergency medicine. He currently is the point research assistant on the Phase II clinical trial studying the effects of esmolol in septic shock, funded by the American Heart Association, with Dr. Cocchi. Alex is also involved with a project looking into septic bundle criteria and adherence of the bundle in the emergency and intensive care units with Dr. Cocchi.