June 9th 2022 – Inflammatory Biomarkers in Dogs Post-Cardiac Arrest – A New Observational Pilot Study

Congratulations to our T32 fellow, Dr. Noa Berlin, for successfully obtaining a grant to study the inflammatory changes in pet dogs who have experienced natural cardiac arrest and compare it to people with similar conditions.

Supported by the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) and the Reassessment Campaign on Veterinary Resuscitation (RECOVER) Initiative, we are excited to be collaborating with Tufts University on this pilot study, which will lay the groundwork for future translational research projects, in which dogs with naturally-occuring conditions can be used as models for human resuscitation research, and help advance both veterinary-and human medicine. We are excited for further collaborations in this field!