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Who will conduct the research?


The ROC consists of EMS systems and hospitals in the cities or regions listed below:


  • Alabama Resuscitation Center, involving systems in Central and possibly Northern Alabama: Tom Terndrup, MD, Principal Investigator


  • Dallas, TX (includes some surrounding cities): Ahamed Idris, MD, Principal Investigator


  • Iowa City, IA (includes 10 cities throughout Iowa): Richard Kerber, MD, Principal Investigator



  • Pittsburgh, PA (includes some suburbs): Clif Callaway, MD, Principal Investigator


  • Portland, OR (includes 4 counties): Jerris Hedges, MD, Principal Investigator


  • Ottawa, Ontario/Vancouver, BC (includes 20 other cities in the OPALS group): Ian Stiell, MD, Principal Investigator, Jim Christenson, MD, Co-Principal Investigator in Vancouver BC


  • San Diego, CA (includes the entire county): Dave Hoyt, MD, Principal Investigator


  • Seattle/King County, WA: Peter Kudenchuk, MD, Principal Investigator


  • Toronto, Ontario (includes surrounding areas): Art Slutsky, MD, Principal Investigator, Laurie Morrison, MD and Paul Dorian, MD, Co-Principal Investigators.


The Study Chair is Myron L. Weisfeldt, MD, Chair of Medicine at Johns Hopkins; the co-chair for cardiac arrest is Ornato, MD, Head of the Emergency Medicine Department at the Medical College of Virginia; and the co-chair for trauma is COL. John Holcomb, MD Commander U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research, Ft. Sam, Houston, TX. 


The Clinical and Data Coordinating Center is located at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA under the direction of Al Hallstrom, PhD and Graham Nichol, MD.


The Ethics Officer is Jeremy Sugarman, MD, MPH, MA, Berman Bioethics Institute, Johns Hopkins University.


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Page Updated 10/29/2013