Michael Donnino, MD
Dr. Donnino is the principal investigator leading the study. He is the Vice Chair of Resuscitation Science for the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Emergency Department, and Director of Faculty Research Development. He is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Donnino is author of over 160 manuscripts with over 60 senior author publications in high impact journals including the NEJM, JAMA, the British Medical Journal, and Circulation.
Garrett Thompson, MPH
Garrett Thompson is a research coordinator at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He received a masters degree in public while a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom. He is interested in advancing patient care through high powered research and aspires to be a physician.
Iris Stammberger, MSEE, MED,PHD
Iris is an instructor with the mind body chronic back pain study. She has extensive experience in team and organizational performance as well as a project manager. In 2007, Iris graduated from Tufts University with a PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies. She also holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from Cambridge College and a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from Universidad Central de Venezuela. Outside work, Iris loves coaching and mentoring women at the Healthcare Business Women Association (HBA), the association of Women in Engineering, Science, and Technology (WEST), and other professional groups in the Boston area
About Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
BIDMC is a world-class teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and is located in the heart of Boston. We are passionate about caring for our patients like they are family, finding new cures, using the finest and the latest technologies, and teaching and inspiring caregivers of tomorrow. We put people at the center of everything we do, because we believe in medicine that puts people first
Shivani Mehta, BS
Shivani Mehta is a clinical research coordinator at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She graduated from Boston University, with her B.A. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and a minor in Public Health. While in college, Shivani also worked as an emergency medical technician and conducted research at the Fuxman Bass Laboratory, with a focus in transcription factor-cytokine gene interaction, contributing to the development of the comprehensive CytReg database. As an advocate for individuals with disabilities, she is excited continue her passion for patient advocacy and aspires to be a physician.