Dr. Larabee spent 5 years in private practice in the Washington, D.C./Baltimore area after completing medical school and residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin where he served as Chief Resident. He joined the University of Colorado faculty in 2004 to pursue his research interests in cardiac arrest and resuscitation. He is currently the Director of the Emergency Medicine Resuscitation Laboratory, a grant-funded translational laboratory where he and his team develop novel techniques and therapies for treatment of cardiac arrest. He is actively developing a program for post-cardiac arrest management at the University and has led the implementation of other hospital protocols including the use of CT coronary angiography for chest pain evaluation and the use of the impedance threshold device for in-hospital cardiac arrest. He also has an interest in Wilderness Medicine and has mentored many research projects in this field. He is a willing mentor for medical students for both clinical practice and research projects. He directs the advanced cardiac life support teaching curriculum for 4th year medical students and teaches in the Wilderness Medicine elective. He serves as the faculty senator for the Department of Emergency Medicine and is an active member of the hospital Code-Blue committee among others.