This two-year Resuscitation Research Fellowship program combines training in translational emergency medicine research with graduate level courses. The division maintains a strong commitment to resuscitation and critical care translational research with focus on cardiac arrest resuscitation, hemorrhagic shock, and stroke. Research work will be related to REBOA, ECMO, fluid responsiveness, AI for autonomous critical care, and cell responses to ischemia. A fellow’s research course can include collaboration with cardiothoracic surgery, vascular surgery, cardiology, pulmonary, and critical care medicine. Fellows wishing to explore medical device or biotech development can take advanced coursework in FDA regulatory affairs. Ultimately, the fellow will design and implement a research project and prepare a competitive extramural grant application.