Revive Care Team

Meet the Revive Team

Revive is a dedicated and passionate multidisciplinary group whose goal is to improve survival rates and help ensure favorable neurologic outcomes for resuscitated children.

Revive Operations

Loren Sacks, MD

Loren Sacks, MD

Dr. Sacks is board certified in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and Pediatrics. Dr. Sacks is the co-chair of the Revive Education Oversight Committee and the CVICU attending.

Debbie Sakai, MD

Debbie Sakai, MD

Dr. Sakai is board certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Hematology-Oncology. Dr. Sakai is the co-chair of the Revive Education Oversight Committee.

Areas of expertise:Hospital medicine, pediatric resuscitation, simulation and medical education

Julie Kennedy

Julie Kennedy

Julie Kennedy, MSN, RN-C, CN IV NICU, is a Revive champion.

Areas of expertise:Neonatal nursing, quality improvement, teamwork, simulation and debriefing

Moon Lee, MD, MPH

Moon Lee, MD, MPH

Dr. Lee is board certified in Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Areas of expertise:Pediatric emergency medicine, simulation and quality improvement

Jeff Moss, PharmD, RPh

Jeff Moss, PharmD, RPh

Dr. Moss is board certified in Critical Care Pharmacy.

Areas of expertise:Critical care pharmacology, sepsis and septic shock, and standardization of care

Michelle Olson, MD

Michelle Olson, MD

Dr. Olson is board certified in Pediatrics.

Areas of expertise:Resuscitation science, human factors and quality improvement

James Trietsch, DO

James Trietsch, DO

Dr. Trietsch is board certified in Pediatrics.

Areas of expertise:Pediatric hospital medicine and simulation

Lindsey N. Troy, MD

Lindsey N. Troy, MD

Dr. Troy is a pediatric fellow.

Areas of expertise:Simulation as an educational tool

May Wu, PharmD, BCPS

May Wu, PharmD, BCPS

Dr. Wu is board certified in Pharmacotherapy.

Areas of expertise:Cardiovascular intensive care

Mais Yacoub, MD

Mais Yacoub, MD

Dr. Yacoub is board certified in Pediatrics.

Areas of expertise:Neurologic outcomes after pediatric cardiac arrest and in critically ill children admitted to the ICU