Section of Emergency Medicine
Associate Professor of Medicine
Referring Physician Access Line: 1-877-DOM-2730
|BS||1988||Cornell University||Mechanical Engineering
|MS||1996||Northwestern University||Biomedical Engineering
|Residency||2003||The University of Chicago||Emergency Medicine
Dr. Beiser’s research applies biomedical engineering methods to the challenge of improving outcomes following cardiac arrest, myocardial infarction and stroke. As part of a mult-disciplinary collaboration between basic scientists, engineers and clinicians, he is involved in a variety of clinical studies, translational research projects and device-development initiatives.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation methods, resuscitative therapeutics, emergency department bedside ultrasound
- Vanden Hoek T, Kasza K, Beiser D, et al. Induced hypothermia by central venous infusion: Saline ice slurry versus chilled saline. Critical Care Medicine (Suppl.) 2004;32(9)S425-S431.
- Beiser D, Laven B, Kasza K, et al. Renal Hypothermia Induction for Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy: Thermal and Fluidic Properties of a Micro-Particulate Ice Slurry Coolant (abstract), to be presented at the 22nd World Congress of Endourology.