We are delighted to announce that The PERT Consortium™ is celebrating its 10th Anniversary and honoring its Founder, Dr. Kenneth Rosenfield. Dr. Rosenfield's visionary concept of Pulmonary Embolism Response Teams (PERTs) has transformed the landscape of PE care, pioneering a dramatic reduction in mortality rates. PERTs are now a nationwide cornerstone of major healthcare centers, with a global footprint rapidly emerging.

Over the past ten years, The Consortium has been at the forefront of advancing PE treatment, research, and education. Our innovative approach, collaborative spirit, and dedication to excellence have transformed the landscape of PE care and impacted countless lives.

This night to inspire will celebrate our achievements, pay tribute to our founder and partners, and raise funds for future initiatives. The evening will feature a cocktail reception, dinner, and live entertainment, with all proceeds supporting the mission of The PERT Consortium™.

Liberty Hall at Revere Hotel
200 Stuart Street, Boston

Friday September 13, 2024
Dancing to Follow

Ken Rosenfield
Dr. Kenneth Rosenfield
Massachusetts General Hospital
Interventional Cardiology

Dr. Kenneth Rosenfield Founder’s Award and Keynote Lectureship

The Dr. Kenneth Rosenfield Founder’s Award and Keynote Lectureship is an endowed fund honoring the visionary founder of The PERT Consortium™.

This prestigious award acknowledges exceptional individuals' remarkable contributions to Pulmonary Embolism (PE) care. Awardees will be celebrated at PERT’s Annual Scientific Symposium. The Fund supports our ongoing mission, ensuring The Consortium remains at the forefront of advancing PE treatment and patient care.

Founder’s Fund Challenge Matching Grant

Thanks to the generosity of one of our dedicated PERT supporters, a Challenge Matching Grant of $100,000 has been designated to help launch this fund.

Your donation will help us meet this match and will ensure our on-going commitment to leading the way in PE care.

Participate in the Matching Challenge

Cornerstones: $100,000 and Up

Visionaries: $50,000- $99,999

Champions: $25,000- $49,999

Friends: $10,000- $24,999

Patrons: $9,999 and Below 

All donors will be recognized in Gala and Founder’s Fund related materials per the designation of the donor(s).

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Founder’s Fund Challenge Matching Grant

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Segun Oduolowu


Special Guest Host

Segun Oduolowu is a journalist and TV Host. He is currently the Host of The Boston Globe Today, a 5-day-a-week news program in collaboration with the Boston Globe newspaper. Before that he was the NYC Correspondent for PEOPLE Magazine, The TV Show, Host of the syndicated newsmagazine, The List, and has appeared regularly on Access Hollywood Live, The Wendy Williams Show.

Segun has contributed to international programs for CNN, the BBC and Deutsche Welle and also was a recurring contributor to the long-running HLN series Dr. Drew on Call.

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Dr. Kenneth Rosenfield Founder's Award and Keynote Lectureship.

On April 22, 2023 at the landmark Boston Park Plaza we held our second annual Gala – an evening to celebrate our tremendous impact over the past decade as we continue to change the paradigm of care for Pulmonary Embolism (PE) and raise funds for future endeavors.

Pulmonary Embolism represents a major public health crisis, affecting nearly one million people yearly in the US alone and causing almost as many deaths as stroke. Pulmonary emboli are ubiquitous and can strike world class athletes, travelers, pregnant women, patients undergoing chemotherapy, post-surgical patients, and even healthy individuals. Additionally, because PE often “masquerades” as other illnesses, it can be misdiagnosed and under-treated by the medical community.

The evening was dedicated to all those who have experienced a pulmonary embolism or been affected by a loved one, friend, or colleague with PE.