I qualified in 1995 from the United Medical Schools of Guys’ and St Thomas Hospitals, London University. My primary training in anaesthesia and medicine centred around West London and involved some of the most famous teaching establishments in the world.
I acquired the FRCA in 2001 I formally began training in Intensive Care medicine from 2001 and was one of the first recruits to the newly developed London Intensive Care programme. I gained my European Diploma in Intensive care medicine in 2005 (EDICM) and became a Fellow of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine in 2010 (FFICM) I became a consultant in Intensive Care Medicine in 2005 at the Hammersmith Hospital London, Imperial College NHS Trust.
I became the director of ICU medicine at the Cromwell Hospital London in 2012 and have transformed the ICU with a strong team of ICU doctors into a world leading institution. I also Provide ICU expertise at the Lister Hospital ICU (Chelsea , London) and am involved in a team of 4 consultants providing care to patients from all over the world. I have spent the Last 9 years working tirelessly developing an ever increasing international patient population base that extends across the United States and Asia, My main clinical interests centre around management of patients with severe septic shock, difficult ventilation and patients with prolonged respiratory wean.
I have a strong educational role, I am the head of the Imperial College undergraduate teaching for Intensive Care Medicine as well as being involved in the Imperial Graduate entry programme.
My research interests focus upon infection and biomarkers of infection. I am particularly interested in platelet function and its effects in patients with or without sepsis.