Anne V. Grossestreuer, PhD

Anne V. Grossestreuer, PhD

Director of Epidemiology and Data Science, Center for Resuscitation Science
agrosses@bidmc.harvard.edu

About Anne Grossestreuer

Dr. Anne Grossestreuer is a Research Scientist in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and the Director of Epidemiology and Data Science at the Center for Resuscitation Science. She received her doctorate in Epidemiology from the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Grossestreuer’s research interests center on the definitive/supportive care that patients receive following successful resuscitation as well as outcomes after patients leave the hospital following critical illness. She is the Principal Investigator on an award from the Harvard Catalyst Medical Research Investigator Training that uses smartphones to assess the quality of life of patients after they leave the ICU and compares that to physician assessments. She is also the lead statistician for the ACTS trial and provides statistical support for a variety of other studies within Emergency Medicine and Critical Care as well as the BIDMC Data Abstraction Core. Dr. Grossestreuer is a member of the Editorial Board of Resuscitation and the American Heart Association’s Get with the Guidelines – Resuscitation Adult Research Taskforce. Formerly, she was the Principal Investigator on a grant from the American Heart Association, which supported her dissertation research on the association of post-arrest body temperature to neurologic and survival outcomes. Her research has won awards at the American Heart Association Resuscitation Science Symposium and the European Resuscitation Council Congress. She has additional research training in medical anthropology, in which she received an MSc from the University of Pennsylvania, and experience in health services research as a fellow at the Leonard Davis Institute of Healthcare Economics and health policy as a fellow at the Center for Emergency Care Policy Research.

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