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Alexandre Joosten - Belgium  

Alexandre Joosten(IFAD)
Dr. Alexandre Joosten graduaded from medical school at the Université Libre de Bruxelles in 2008. He subsequently went on to receive his training in anesthesiology at CHU Brugmann, from which he graduated in 2013.

He then started practicing in the Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Anesthesia at CUB Erasme in Brussels. In February 2014, he decided to diversify his professional knowledge and skills with a 1 year research fellowship at the University of California, Irvine, USA with Dr. Maxime Cannesson as his personal mentor.  There, he worked as a leading member of his research team on goal directed therapy strategies and how to implement this concept at the bedside.

His others interests include noninvasive cardiac output monitoring devices, fluid therapy (crystalloid vs colloid debate), and many other novel perioperative technologies.

Dr. Joosten’s main research currently focuses on testing the impact of perioperative hemodynamic optimization using multiple closed-loop systems on postoperative outcome of patients undergoing high risk surgery.

 
 
Arnaud Steyaert - Belgium 

Arnaud SteyaertArnaud Steyaert, MD, is an anesthesiologist and pain physician working at the Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc in Brussels, where his clinical activities include anesthesia for abdominal surgery and pain medicine.

His clinical and scientific focus has been postoperative pain management and, more particularly, the transition of acute to chronic postoperative pain, its mechanisms and the ways to predict and prevent it. He wrote several literature reviews on the topic in high-impact journals and has investigated predictive factors of persistent pain after breast cancer surgery. He has also collaborated on several fundamental, translational and clinical research projects.

Currently, he is working on a PhD exploring the clinical potential of new neuromodulation techniques for postoperative pain management.

 
 
David Turnbull - English

Jonathan TompsonConsultant Neuroanaesthetist and Neurosurgical Intensive Care
Royal Hallamshire Hospital and Sheffield Children’s Hospital
Sheffield


Qualifications
BM 1989 Southampton 1989
FRCA 1997 London
PhD 2012 Sheffield
Civil Law MedicoLegal Reporting 2013


CONTACT DETAILS
Email: cahillturnbull@doctors.org.uk

PRESENT POST: 2017
Consultant Anaesthetics with Special Interest in Anaesthesia for Neurosurgery and Neurosurgical Intensive Care. 2006 - Current
Consultant Anaesthetics: Sheffield Childrens Hospital. 2006 – Current Providing anaesthesia for endoscopy.
Clincal Lead in Anaesthesia for Radiosurgery.
Clinical Lead (RHH) in Anaesthesia and Sedation for Complex Endoscopy.
Member of the Royal College of anaesthetists panel “guidelines for the provision of anaesthetic services” in out of theatre anaesthesia 2016 - 2019.

Posts  
Consultant Anaesthetics and Neurosurgical Critical Care:
Royal Hallamshire Hospital
Sheffield
S10 2JF
August 2007 - Current
Consultant Anaesthetics
Sheffield Childrens Hospital
Sheffield
August 2007 - Current
Fellow in Neurosurgical Anaesthesia and Critical Care
Royal Hallamshire Hospital
Sheffield
2006 – 2007

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS:
 - Turnbull, D. The uncertainty of prognostication following intracerebral haemorrhage. Minerva Anestesiol. 2018 May;84(5):538-540.  Ching H, Branchi F, Sanders DS, D. Turnbull, R. Sidhu. Paradigm shift: should the elderly undergo propofol sedation for DBE? A prospective cohort study. Frontline Gastroenterology: 23 September 2017.
- H.-L. Ching, F. Branchi, D. S. Sanders, D. Turnbull, R. Sidhu. Too Old To Push? A Prospective Comparison Study On The Safety Of Double Balloon Enteroscopy With Propofol Versus Standard Sedation In The Elderly. British Society of Gastroenterology June 2016.
- H.-L. Ching, F. Branchi, D. S. Sanders, D. Turnbull, R. Sidhu. Pushing Propofol-Assisted Double Balloon Enteroscopy Out Of Theatre And Into The Endoscopy Suite: Does The Pound Have Enough Pull? British Society of Gastroenterology June 2016.
- Puppalwar, S. Turnbull, D. An unusual case of paraneoplastic neurological syndrome. Poster Presentation: ISNACC Conference 2016.
- Bendinger, T. Plunkett, N. Poole, D. Turnbull, D. Psychological Factors as Outcome Predictors for Spinal Cord Stimulation. Neuromodulation. 2015 Jun 11.
- F. Branchi, D. Sanders, D. Turnbull, G. Eapen, S. Jankowski, R. Sidhu. A prospective comparison of safety and tolerability of propofol versus standard sedation for double balloon enteroscopy - time for a push forward? United European Gastroenterology Meeting. Barcelona 2015
- Turnbull, D. Magnesium: Looking for a role in Anesthesia Minerva Anestesiologica 2015 Nov; 81(11):1156-8.  TURNBULL, D, SINGATULLINA, N. REILLY, C. A SYSTEMATIC APPRAISAL OF NEUROSURGICAL SEIZURE PROPHYLAXIS: GUIDANCE FOR CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT. JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGICAL ANAESTHESIA: May 2015. Jul 16
- Bendinger T, Turnbull D, Poole D, Plunkett, N. The Impact of Spinal Cord Stimulation On Psychological Factors and The Relationship With Pain Relief. 7th World Congress World Institute of Pain, Maastricht 2014.
- Bendinger T, Turnbull D. Long term analgesic efficacy of spinal cord stimulation: A five year follows up study. 33rd European Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Therapy. Seville. 2014  Turnbull D, Singatullina N. Super Refractory Status Epilepticus: The development of a paradigm for critical care management. Minerva Anestesiol. 2013 Feb 18.
- Brennan KA, Eapen G, Turnbull D. Reducing the risk of fatal and disabling Hypoglycaemia: a comparison of arterial blood sampling systems. Br J Anaesth. 2010 Apr;104(4):446-51.  L. Powell, J. Andrzejowski, R. Taylor, D. Turnbull Comparison of the performance of four laryngoscopes in a high-fidelity simulator using normal and difficult airway Br J Anaesth. 2009 Nov;103(5):755-60
- E-Letter in response to K. Maruyama, et al. Randomized cross-over comparison of cervical-spine motion with the AirWay Scope or Macintosh laryngoscope with in-line stabilization: a video-fluoroscopic study Br. J. Anaesth. 2008 101: 563-567: Turnbull, D, Wilson M, Powell L.
- Turnbull D, Andrzejowski J. Effect of prewarming on postinduction core temperature and the incidence of inadvertent perioperative hypothermia in patients undergoing general anaesthesia. Brit J Anaesth 2008: 101; 627 – 31.

NATIONAL WORKING GROUPS MEMBER:
- Royal College of Anaesthetists/ Joint Accreditation Group and British Society of Gastroenterology: Working group developing guidelines for the use of Propofol for endoscopy.
- Royal College of Anaesthetists: Formulating New Guidelines For Non-Operating Room Anaesthesia

PHD: SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY 2012.
- FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC NERVE STIMULATION: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A METHOD OF GENERATION OF EXPLOSIVE EXPIRATORY FLOWS IN THE INTUBATED PATIENT THROUGH ABDOMINAL MUSCLE STIMULATION.

AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS
- SHORTLISTED FOR BMJ AWARDS 2016, GASTROENTEROLOGY TEAM OF THE YEAR: SHEFFIELD TEACHING HOSPITALS - NOVEL SMALL BOWEL ENDOSCOPY
- SHORTLISTED FOR GASTROENTEROLOGY TEAM, 2015 PATIENT SAFETY, HALL OF FAME AWARD.

 
 
Idit Matot - Israel
Idit MatotIdit Matot is the Chair of the Division of Anesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain at the Tel Aviv Medical Center, Israel, the largest anesthesia department in Israel. She is also the President of the Israeli Society of Anesthesiologists.

Prof Matot was a member of the Research Committee and Transfusion subcommittee of the ESA, chair of the Geriatric anesthesia subcommittee of the ESA and currently she serves on the nomination committee of the ESA.
Her experimental research in recent years focuses on the liver (perfusion, hemodynamics, effects of blood transfusion, the regeneration process), and clinical research on perioperative outcome including fluids and AKI. She is collaborating with several groups in multi-center studies and was in the steering committee of the ETPOS study (transfusion practice in Europe).

Idit has multiple extra-mural funds, including those received from the ESA, GIF, ISF and more. She is the vice dean for Education in the Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Medicine,  and was the director of admission committee to medical school.
 
Jonathan P. Thompson - United Kingdom

Jonathan Tompson Honorary Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care, University of Leicester, and Consultant in Critical Care, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Leicester UK.

Currently: Editor-in-Chief, BJA Education, Board Member BJA & Perioperative Medicine; Expert Advisor, British National Formulary.

Formerly: Editor, BJA; member of the ESA Pharmacology Subcommittee; Chairman, Vascular Anaesthesia Society of GB& Ireland, Macintosh Professor, Royal College of Anaesthetists.

Research interests: novel non-invasive monitoring modalities and biomarkers in acute illness.

   
 
Laszlo Vutskits - Hungary

Lazslo Vutskits
Dr. Vutskits received his medical degree from the Semmelweis University of Medicine in Budapest Hungary. He then completed a PhD in the field of developmental neurobiology at the University of Geneva Medical School followed by an anesthesiology residency at the Department of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology and Intensive Care at the University Hospitals of Geneva.

After his residency training, he turned toward a specialization in pediatric anesthesia. Parallel to his clinical training, he continued his basic science and translational research activity and is the principal investigator of a research group at the interface of the Departments of Anesthesiology and Fundamental Neurosciences at the University of Geneva Medical School.

Dr. Vutskits currently serves as the Head of Pediatric Anesthesia at the Department of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology and Intensive Care at the University Hospital of Geneva. He also acts as the Scientific Chair of European Society for Paediatric Anaesthesiology. He is an Editor of Anesthesiology and a Section Editor of Pediatric Anesthesia.

   
   
Mark Coburn - Germany
 Mark Coburn
Business Address
Department of Anaesthesiology
University Hospital Aachen
Pauwelsstrasse 30
D-52074 Aachen, Germany
Phone: +49(0)241-8035394

01/2013-present
   Professor of Anaesthesiology
   Department of Anaesthesiology
   Head of the Department: Prof. Dr. Rolf Rossaint
   University Hospital RWTH Aachen

Clinical Appointments
07/2014-present
   Senior Consultant (Leitender Oberarzt)
   Department of Anaesthesiology
   Head of the Department: Prof. Dr. Rolf Rossaint
   University Hospital RWTH Aachen, Germany

Research Appointments
01/2008-present
   Head of the Clinical and Experimental Research Group
   Department of Anaesthesiology
   Head of the Department: Prof. Dr. Rolf Rossaint
   University Hospital RWTH Aachen

Other Appointments
2017-present
   Chair Scientific Subcommittee Neuroanaesthesiology of the German Society of Anaesthesiology (DGAI)

2014-present Coordinator
   Quality Indicators Anaesthesiology (DGAI/BDA)

01/2016-present
   Chair Scientific Subcommittee Geriatric Anaesthesiology of the European Society of Anaesthesiology

01/2014-12/2015
   Scientific Subcommittee Geriatric Anaesthesiology of the European Society of Anaesthesiology

01/2013-2016
   Scientific Subcommittee Neuroanaesthesiology of the German Society of Anaesthesiology (DGAI)

2013-present
   Founding Member DGAI-Certification Anaesthesiological Intensive Care Medicine

Publication Statistics
Original Publications
   Number of publications: 113
   Cumulative Impact Factors: 528.990

Review Publications
   Number of publications: 9
   Cumulative Impact Factors: 38.556

Other Publications
   Number of publications: 48
   Cumulative Impact Factors: 148.77
   
   
Nuala Lucas - United Kingdom


Nuala LucasDr Nuala Lucas is a Consultant Anaesthetist at Northwick Park Hospital. Her specific interest is obstetric anaesthesia.

She serves as Chair of the Education Sub-committee of the Obstetric Anaesthetists’ Association. She is the anaesthetic co-lead for the maternal confidential death enquiries in the UK (MBRRACE-UK). She is a senior editor for the International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia.

Her research interests include complications of obstetric anaesthesia; she is a co-investigator on the UKOSS study of high regional block in obstetrics and the DREAMY project, a prospective evaluation of accidental awareness in obstetric general anaesthesia.

 
 
Pedro Gambus - USA

Pedro Gambus


Clinical anesthesiologist and Principal Investigator of the Systems Pharmacology Effect Control & Modeling (SPEC-M) Research Group at Hospital CLINIC de Barcelona. Adjunct Associate Professor at the Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care, University of California San Francisco (UCSF).

Our research work has generated several publications by exploring better ways to optimize drug administration and measure anesthetic drug effects.

   
Philippe Gautier - Belgium

Philippe Gautier
Dr Philippe Gautier is head of the department of Anaesthesiology at the Clinique Ste Anne - St Remi in Brussels, Belgium. He graduated in 1985 as a medical doctor at the University of Louvain, Brussels. He completed his five-year training in anaesthesiology at the same university and spent an extra year specializing in regional anaesthesia under the patronage of Prof Albert Vansteenberge.

His attention is focused on obstetric anaesthesia, the pharmacodynamics of alpha 2 agonists and new local anaesthetics. More recently, his interests also include local anaesthetic spread of nerve blocks. He has focused his attention on ultrasound in regional anaesthesia and advanced techniques as paravertebral, Lumbar plexus blocks …

Dr Gautier has published extensively in different fields of regional anaesthesia in peer-reviewed journals He has been involved in most of the projects of the Bara since its foundation and actually takes part in several obstetrical programs in foreign countries. He is also ESRA Board member.

  
 
Robert Sneyd - England


Robert SneydProfessor Robert Sneyd was brought up in Cornwall and one of his first jobs was as a Nursing Auxiliary in Devonport Hospital, Plymouth - now long since demolished! He graduated from Cambridge University in 1981 and continued his medical training in London. Half way through he undertook a research degree and then spent a period working full time in the pharmaceutical industry before returning to work in the NHS.

After completing his UK anaesthetic training he worked at the University of Michigan Medical School at Ann Arbor, USA. In 1993, he returned to the South West as a Consultant Anaesthetist and after a few years moved to the University as Reader in Anaesthesia and then Professor. In 1998 he took over the running of the Plymouth Postgraduate Medical School, first as Acting Dean and then as Dean. He led the Plymouth team in the successful bid for a new Peninsula Medical School and served as Vice-Dean of the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry.

The first medical graduates have been working as NHS doctors since 1st August 2007 and the dental graduates have been doing so since 2011. He worked as a Consultant Anaesthetist at Derriford Hospital, mostly in neuro-anaesthesia and is very familiar with the interface between universities and the NHS.

Professor Sneyd's research interests focus on drugs, pharmacology and pharmacokinetics with related projects based on signal processing. Having worked in the pharmaceutical industry he has a special interest in drug development, especially in Intravenous Anaesthesia. Until July 2018 he was Dean of the Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry in Plymouth, UK and led programmes in medicine and dentistry.

In anaesthesia he has engaged nationally through AAGBI (Council 2006-9, Vice-President 2009-11) and the Royal College of Anaesthetists, UK where he was Vice-President (2011-2012) and internationally with the European Society of Anaesthesiology, ESA as a Director. In each case he has tried to represent the interests of patients and clinicians with an emphasis on sound strategy and common sense. Roles on external bodies

Until 2018, Council Member, Royal College of Anaesthetists Scientific reviewer, mostly for British Journal of Anaesthesia but also for Anesthesiology, Anaesthesia, Anesthesia and Analgesia, European Journal of Anaesthesiology and various other journals. He led the 2013 national sedation review for the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.



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