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Bloomsbury Institute for Intensive Care Medicine

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Bloomsbury Institute for Intensive Care Medicine

The Intensive Care Medicine Institute offer an internationally renowned critical care research program with a range of outputs ranging from new drugs and devices, novel insights into the pathophysiology underlying critical illness, and a very active experimental and clinical research portfolio.

This is reflected in significant grant funding, multiple publications in high impact factor journals, new patents and national/international awards and prizes. Our educational output extends from textbooks (e.g. Oxford Handbook of Critical Care) to long-running courses in medical emergencies.

Head of Centre

  • Prof Mervyn Singer

    • Areas of interest: sepsis, multi-organ failure, infection, monitoring of haemodynamics and tissue oxygenation

Principal Investigators

  • Dr Geoff Bellingan

    • Areas of interest: acute lung injury, infection
  • Dr David Brealey

    • Areas of interest: clinical trials (first-in-man to phase III), sepsis
  • Dr Gareth Ackland

    • Areas of interest: autonomic and immune dysfunction in critical illness, perioperative medicine

Research

Research

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Teaching and Short Courses

Teaching

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Publications

Publications

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