Ryan A. Coute, DO

Resident Physician University of Alabama at Birmingham


Dr. Ryan Coute is an Emergency Medicine Resident at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. His primary interest is resuscitation science research with a focus on cardiac arrest treatment and outcome disparities, burden of disease estimation, and healthcare policy. His research training includes the prestigious Sarnoff Cardiovascular Research Fellowship, completed under the direction of Robert W. Neumar MD PhD at the University of Michigan. Dr. Coute has published more than 20 peer-reviewed manuscripts, including seven as primary author in high impact journals such as Circulation Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, Resuscitation, Journal of the American Heart Association, and the American Heart Journal. His research has received multiple high-profile awards including two American Heart Association (AHA) Young Investigator Awards, an AHA Best Abstract Award for Resuscitation Science, and the 2020 Resident Academic Achievement Award from the Council of Residency Directors of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Coute is the recipient of two resident research grants funded by the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine and the Emergency Medicine Foundation, and his long-term goal is to become an independent NIH-funded academic clinical scientist.