On November 10-12, 2023, the American Heart Association hosted the Resuscitation Science Symposium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This event draws hundreds of medical professionals from all over the world to discuss the latest in resuscitation science as well as recognize researchers and clinicians for their contributions over the span of their careers, including multiple early career awards. 


Nelly Carolina Rojas-Salvador, MD, was one of the ten chosen for the Early Career Travel Award for her abstract “Brain Injury Biomarkers are Associated with Poor Neurological Outcomes Within 24 Hours After Refractory VT/VF Cardiac Arrest Requiring Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation” was one of ten others chosen for this award. Dr. Rojas-Salvador is a 3rd-year resident with the Department of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program who has a future interest in Cardiology & Critical Care.


Congratulations to Dr. Rojas-Salvador for your top-ranking abstract!