Robert W. Neumar, MD, PhD, University of Michigan

Moderated by: Amanda Ventura, MD, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

What you’ll learn from Dr. Neumar:

Your particular research interest is in cardiac arrest resuscitation. How did you find out that you were interested in this field? What advice do you have for residents and medical students that want to develop a research career?
You are the co-chair of the international liason committee on resuscitation (ILCOR). How did you get invovled with this organization and what advice do you have for young EM academicians that are interested in promoting our speciality on the international stage?
You do both clinical and bench research. How do you juggle your research, your role as chair, and your time outside of work?
What are the biggest changes that you have seen in the field of EM over the course of your career? What future changes do you anticipate?
Do you have any other advice for residents and medical students aspiring for a career in academics?