Dr. Callaway is Professor, Vice-Chair, and Ronald D. Stewart Endowed Chair in Emergency Medicine Research at the University of Pittsburgh. He completed his MD and PhD in Neuroscience at the University of California, San Diego, followed by residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. With his partners in Pittsburgh, he developed a multidisciplinary clinical service to advance the care of patients after cardiac arrest. His research efforts center on improving brain injury after cardiac arrest. The core of this research has been that post-arrest patients require a multidisciplinary, multiorgan, and personalized approach. He has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and multiple foundations. Specific research projects have included studies on biochemical events in brain after ischemia-reperfusion, mechanisms for the effects of temperature manipulation, quantitative measures of ECG organization, prognostication of coma after cardiac arrest, and methodological challenges for clinical trials in critical illness. He has conducted trials in resuscitation as one of the investigators in the Resuscitations Outcome Consortium (ROC) and in the Neurological Emergencies Treatment Trial (NETT) network. He is part of the clinical coordinating center leadership for SIREN, an National Institutes of Health emergency research trial network designated to conduct clinical trials in acute care. Dr. Callaway is past chair of the AHA Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee (2015-2017), and past co-chair of the ILCOR Advanced Life Support Committee (2012-2016). He has contributed or co-authored advanced cardiac life support guidelines since 2008, with particular focus on post-cardiac arrest care.