Welcome to Penn's Center for Resuscitation Science

MCPR VanThe Center for Resuscitation Science was established in 2006 at the University of Pennsylvania. Founded on the principles of research, education, and community engagement, our dedication to improving outcomes from cardiac arrest remains unwavering. We prioritize cutting-edge research, community outreach, and fostering collaboration across multiple disciplines. Our team comprises experts from Emergency Medicine, Cardiology, Neurology, and Critical Care, as well as dedicated research coordinators, students, and fellows.


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  • Trip to NYC!

    The Penn Center for Resuscitation Science recently concluded a highly productive visit to New York City, hosted by Dr. Felipe Teran at the Weill Cornell Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine. The purpose of this trip was to facilitate the exchange of research findings, to discuss current works in progress, and to engage in meaningful discussions surrounding potential collaborative endeavors. 

  • CRS, Philadelphia Eagles, and Independence Blue Cross collaborate to combat cardiac arrest Tuesday, August 22, 2023

    The CRS is proud to announce our collaboration with the Philadelphia Eagles and Independence Blue Cross to re-launch our Mobile CPR team - training community members in CPR for free!

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