Michael W. Donnino, MD

Michael W. Donnino, MD

Director, Center for Resuscitation Science

About Michael Donnino

Dr. Donnino is the Founder and Director of the Center for Resuscitation Science (CRS), Vice Chair of Resuscitation Science for the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Emergency Department, and Director of Faculty Research Development.  He is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Donnino is author of over 200 manuscripts including many in high-impact journals such as the NEJM, JAMA, the British Medical Journal, and Circulation. He has been funded continuously over the past decade with support from the NIH, AHA, and other grants. His expertise spans the range of translational research with a particular expertise in clinical trials. On an international level, he served as Vice-Chair and member of the Advanced Cardiac Life Support Committee for the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR). In addition, he served as Vice Chair and member for the American Heart Association (AHA) cardiac arrest guideline writing group and was the senior author on the 2015 AHA ACLS guidelines. Dr. Donnino has a strong commitment to mentoring the full-range of investigators from pre-medical students to junior faculty and is the recipient of the NIH Mentoring Award (K24) as well as the Director of Faculty Research Development.

  • Septic Shock (general)
  • Cardiac Arrest (general)
  • Metabolic Resuscitation
  • Thiamine in Critical Illness
  • Challenging Cases in Critical Care
  • Challenges with Clinical Trials
  • Misapplication of Severity of Illness Scores

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