Dr. Perman obtained her medical degree from Temple University in 2007, and completed her general emergency medicine residency at the University of Pennsylvania in 2011. She then completed a Resuscitation Research fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania Center for Resuscitation Science in 2013, while also obtaining her Masters Degree in Clinical Epidemiology. Dr. Perman is currently on faculty at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, where she is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Perman’s research is focused on cardiac arrest outcomes, specifically therapeutic hypothermia implementation, neuroprognostication and sex/gender differences in post-cardiac arrest care and outcomes. Dr. Perman is a faculty researcher in the Center for Women’s Health Research at CU and receives research funding from the NIH and the Doris Duke Fund.
- Cardiac Emergencies (EKGs, POC Echo, ACS)
- Trauma and Critical Care (including Airway)
- Research (Methodology, Funding)
- Resuscitation Science and Post-Cardiac Arrest Care