NEWS

Welcome to our newest team members! 9/13/2018

The Center for Resuscitation Science is pleased to welcome the newest members of our team: Chris Hansen, Andrew Cole, and Garrett Thompson. You can check out their profiles by clicking their names.

eCPR Systematic Review 8/2/2018

Just out: an eCPR systematic review that will provide the basis for ILCOR and AHA recommendations – congrats to Mathias Holmberg, Michael Donnino and Lars Andersen from CRS as well as rest of international author group including Jas Soar and Eileen Censullo!

The link to the manuscript can be found here

Research Assistant III Job Opportunity 6/29/2018

The Center for Resuscitation Science is looking for a Research Assistant III to conduct routine and specialized laboratory tests using molecular, cell biology, and/or biochemistry techniques for a variety of projects in support of the Center for Resuscitation Science and the Department of Emergency Medicine at BIDMC. More information about the position and the responsibilities it entails can be found here.

Clinical Research Coordinator Job Opportunity 6/29/2018

The Center for Resuscitation Science is looking for a Clinical Research Coordinator to manage/oversee the recruiting, screening, and enrolling of patients for multiple clinical trials with the Center for Resuscitation Science and the Department of Emergency Medicine at BIDMC. Other responsibilities include assisting with the grant application process and overseeing the progress of protocols. More information about the position and the responsibilities it entails can be found here.

Vitamin C, Steroids and Thiamine in Septic Shock Study 5/22/2018

We recently initiated a multi-center trial focusing on a “sepsis cocktail”, a mixture of vitamin C, thiamine and hydrocortisone to treat sepsis and septic shock. Check out Dr. Donnino’s interview with NPR about the study at this link.

EVENTS

Shock Symposium

The Shock Symposium will be held May 31, 2019

SCCM 2019 Annual Congress

The team will be attending the 48th Critical Care Congress of the Society of Critical Care Medicine in San Diego, California from February 17-20. We hope to see you there!

Improving patient lives by advancing the field of resuscitation medicine