Jan. 18, 2022 3 pm EST / 9 pm CET: Watch Now
Precision Care After Cardiac Arrest
Drs. Elmer, Hirsch and May are leading the PRECICECAP research project, an NIH funded project that aims to discover novel biomarker signatures that predict treatment responsiveness and long-term recovery in cardiac arrest patients. They present on the topic of post-cardiac arrest and precision medicine and their involvement in the PRECICECAP study.
Karen Hirsch, MD is a neurointensivist, Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurological Sciences and division chief of neurocritical care at Stanford University. Her clinical training includes neurology residency at Johns Hopkins University and neurocritical care fellowship at University of California, San Francisco.
Jonathan Elmer, MD, MS is an emergency physician and neurointensivist and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Critical Care Medicine and Neurology. His clinical training includes emergency medicine residency at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital, critical care medicine and neurocritical care fellowships at University of Pittsburgh.
Teresa May, DO, MS practices pulmonary critical care and neurocritical care at Maine Medical Center and is Assistant Professor of Medicine and Faculty Scientist at Tufts University School of Medicine. Her clinical training includes internal medicine residency and pulmonary critical care fellowship at Maine Medical Center and neurocritical care fellowship at Columbia University.