The mission of the Resuscitation Research Program at The Ohio State University Department of Emergency Medicine is to increase survival rates from sudden cardiac arrest in central Ohio. Our goal is to involve the EMS community in comprehensive, innovative resuscitation research.
For more information about participating in project development, research protocol design, grant writing, or project coordination with other agencies, please contact Bill Barks, program manager, at (614) 293-5101 or by e-mail at William.Barks@osumc.edu.
We are currently involved in a variety of research projects. Please see the list below for more information.
Randomized Controlled Pilot Study: Induction of Mild Hypothermia in Resuscitated Cardiac Arrest Patients Using Traditional Cooling Techniques vs. The Medivance Arctic Sun Temperature Management System