Presenter: Felipe Teran, MD MSCE FACEP
Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine,
Weill Cornell Medicine
Founder, Course Director of the Resuscitative TEE Project
Dr. Teran is an emergency physician and investigator at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. He completed a fellowship in Emergency Ultrasonography at Mount Sinai Hospital and a Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology at University of Pennsylvania. As a leading expert in emergency and critical care ultrasound, Dr. Teran’s research focuses on the study of strategies to improve outcomes in cardiac arrest resuscitation, specifically incorporating the use of resuscitative transesophageal echocardiography (TEE).
He is the founder of the Resuscitative TEE Project and principal investigator of the multicenter TEE Collaborative Registry, aimed to accelerate the development of outcome-oriented research and knowledge translation on the use of TEE in emergency and critical care settings.