Dr. Hallie Prescott, MD, MSc is an Assistant Professor at University of Michigan. She is a pulmonary and critical care medicine specialist, and practices clinically in the intensive care units at the University of Michigan and the Ann Arbor Veterans Affairs hospitals. She is vice chair of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines and a council member of the International Sepsis Forum.
Dr. Prescott’s research program examines long-term outcomes and recovery after sepsis, with a particular focus on avoiding preventable hospital readmissions. She is also interested in hospital performance measurement and hospital antibiotic prescribing patterns for potential infection. Her research is currently funded by US National Institutes of Health and Department of Veterans Affairs.
Her research has been published in JAMA, New England Journal of Medicine, British Medical Journal, and American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. As an expert in long-term outcomes after sepsis, she has given invited talks around the world. She is an Associate Editor at Critical Care and a member of the Editorial Board at Critical Care Medicine.
Dr. Prescott’s research on sepsis survivorship has been widely recognized. She was awarded the Carol A. Kauffman MD Department of Internal Medicine Early Career Endowment Award from the University of Michigan, 2018 Critical Care Assembly Early Career Achievement Award from American Thoracic Society, 2017 Joe Rae Wright Award for outstanding science from American Thoracic Society, 2017 Young Investigator Award from the American Society of Clinical Investigation, and 2015 ANZICS Global Rising Star Fellowship.