Dr. Brian Grunau receives Mid-Career Achievement Award and Lecture from the American Heart Association

Congratulations to Dr. Brian Grunau for receiving a 2023 Mid-Career Achievement Award from the Council on Cardiopulmonary, Critical Care, Perioperative, and Resuscitation (3CPR) with the American Heart Association (AHA).

“I am honoured to be awarded the Mid-Career Achievement Award and Lecture, presented by the American Heart Association Council on Cardiopulmonary , Critical Care, Perioperative, and Resuscitation. I owe this success to so many mentors (especially Dr. Jim Christenson), collaborators, and trainees who have supported and contributed to this research.”
– Dr. Brian Grunau

Dr. Grunau is an Assistant Professor in the UBC Department of Emergency Medicine and the Co-Director of the BC Resuscitation Research Collaborative, a provincial research unit committed to improving outcomes from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. He has received over $10 million in research funding and has published over 135 peer-reviewed manuscripts, including as the first author in high-impact journals such as JAMA. He speaks regularly to international audiences, has authored chapters in the core emergency medicine textbooks, and has contributed to international resuscitation guidelines. Dr. Grunau works closely with BC Emergency Health Services, assisting with research and quality-improvement initiatives for prehospital emergency care.

The AHA 3CPR Mid-Career Achievement Award and Lecture recognizes a mid-career investigator active in cardiovascular research for specific career endeavours and achievements who made a significant impact on the field of cardiopulmonary care, pulmonary, or resuscitation science.

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Grunau for this outstanding recognition and thanking him for his commitment to cardiovascular research.