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Anoushka M. Afonso - USA

GENERAL INFORMATION

Anoushka M. Afonso, MD

Office address:

    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
    1275 York Avenue
    New York, NY 10065

Office telephone: (212) 639-8113

Office fax:(646) 422-2088

Email: afonsoa@mskcc.org

Citizenship: USA>



EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Degree(s):

BS, Biology
    Georgetown University - College of Arts & Sciences
    Washington, DC - 8/1996-5/2000

MD
    Georgetown School of Medicine - Washington, DC 7/2001-5/2005


PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS AND EMPLOYMENT

Post-doctoral training:
Resident, Internal Medicine - Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY - 7/05-6/08
Research Fellow, Anesthesia - Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY - 7/08-6/09
Resident, Anesthesia - Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY - 7/09-6/12

Academic positions:
Assistant Member, Level I - Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center - New York, NY- 3/14   

Hospital positions:
Instructor, Anesthesiology - Memorial Hospital for Cancer & Allied Diseases - New York, NY - 9/12-3/2014
Assistant Attending Anesthesiologist - Memorial Hospital for Cancer & Allied Diseases - New York, NY - 3/14

Other Employment:
NIH Howard Hughes Research Fellow - National Institutes of Health - National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD 9/00-6/01
Patrick Healy Fellow - Georgetown University Washington, DC - 8/03-8/04
Volunteer, Physicians for Human Rights - Georgetown University Law School & Medical School, Washington, DC - 8/03-8/04

   Curriculum Vitae

Anoushka M. Afonso
   
 
Christoffer Calov Jørgensen - Denmark

Born 1982
Medical Doctor, University of Copenhagen 2010
Specialty Registrar at the Department of Anesthesiology Hvidovre University Hospital, Denmark. 
From 2011 Database manager of The Lundbeck Foundation Centre for Fast-track Hip and Knee Replacement Database, Section of Surgical Pathophysiology, Rigshospitalet Copenhagen University, Denmark. 
Doctoral thesis submitted January 2017: "Preoperative risk factors and postoperative outcomes in fast-track total hip and knee arthroplasty - why is the high risk patient at risk?" 
Invited lectures/courses:
2016 Euroanesthesia  England, London, Junior Chairman poster session “Perioperative bleeding and transfusion”
2016 SSAI Advanced Educational Program ”Perioperative Medicine and Management (PoMM)”:  Organizational and clinical issues of early discharge in hip and knee replacement.
2014 Royal Marsden Hospital, England London: Anesthesia for major surgery, what is new?: Fast-track surgery in hip and knee arthroplasty and Thromboprophylaxis after fast-track hip and knee arthroplasty 2013 Euroanesthesia  Spain, Barcelona “The science of ageing:  Age as a risk factor in fast-track surgery.”
Main research interests: Preoperative risk prediction, thromboprophylaxis, “high risk” patients including elderly and multimorbid patients, timing and incidence of postoperative complications, registry studies.
Publications: +30 original papers and 8 editorials/letters, 1 book chapter, supervisor for 2 Ph.D.- students

Christoffer Calov Jørgensen
   
Henrik Kehlet - Denmark
 

C U R R I C U L U M  V I T A E      -      HENRIK KEHLET (9. March 1942)

 

MD, University of Copenhagen 1968

Chief Surgeon, Department of Surgery, Hvidovre University Hospital 1989-2004

Head, Section for Surgical Pathophysiology, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen 2004-

Professor of Surgery, Copenhagen University 1991-2005

Professor of Perioperative Therapy, Copenhagen University 2006-

 

Ph.D., Copenhagen University 1977, “Clinical course and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical function in glucocorticoid treated surgical patients”.

 

Scientific publications: > 1,050 articles, predominantly within the topics of surgical pathophysiology, acute pain physiology and treatment, the surgical stress response, regional anaesthesia, postoperative fatigue, postoperative immunofunction, fluid management, cognitive function and perioperative morbidity. The research results have been condensed into the concept of “Fast-track surgery”, which is undergoing implementation worldwide.

 

H-index: 90 (ISI) >35,000 citations, >3,000/yr last 2 years

 

Invited Lecturer in International Scientific Symposia: > 390 invited lectures in international scientific meetings in Europe, North- and South America, South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

 

Invited Guest Lecturer; visiting professor: > 140 invited lectures in various university departments of Surgery and Anaesthesiology in Europe, North- and South America, South East Asia, Middle East, India, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

 

Honorary awards and lectures:

Honorary Doctor, Linköping University, Sweden 1987

Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Anaesthetists, England 1995

Honorary Fellow, American College of Surgeons, US 2003

Honorary Fellow of The German Surgical Society, Germany 2005

Honorary Member of the Chilean Surgical Society, Chile 2006

Honorary Member of the Chilean Colorectal Society, Chile 2006

Honorary Member of the German Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care, Germany 2007

Honorary Member of the Spanish Society of Colo-proctology, Spain 2010

Honorary Fellow, Faculty of Pain Medicine, Australia 2012

Honorary Fellow, American Surgical Association, US 2012

Honorary Fellow, American Society for Colon & Rectal Surgeons, US 2013

Honorary Member Danish Surgical Society, DK 2013

 

The ASRA Lecture, American Society of Regional Anesthesia, San Diego, US 1984

The Arwid Wretlind Lecture, European Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, Greece 1990

The Husfeldt Lecture, Danish Society of Anaesthesiology, Denmark 1991

The Steen-Otto Liljedahl Lecture, Linköping University, Sweden 1991

The Annual Honorary Lecture, Faculty of Anaesthetists in Ireland, Dublin 1991

The Hust Memorial Lecture, Department of Surgery, Atlanta University, Atlanta, US 1992

The Annual Honorary Lecture, Danish Society of Orthopedic Surgery, Copenhagen 1993

The Bonica Lecture, American Society of Regional Anesthesia, Seattle, US 1993

The Martin H:sson Holmdahl Lecture, Swedish Society of Anaesthesiology, Stockholm, Sweden 1994

The Ben Covino Lecture, Harvard University, Boston, US 1995

The Ferguson Lecture, Harvard University, Boston, US 1995
The Rutherford Morrison Lecture, Newcastle University, England 1998               

 

 

The Queen Ingrid of Denmark Honorary Lecture, Denmark, Åbenrå, 1998
The Bengt Ihre Oration, Linköping University, Sweden 1998                                       

The Annual Health Care Lecture, British Society of Anaesthetists, London 1999
The Annual Pain Lecture, British Pain Society, Edinburgh, England 1999

The Bruce Scott Lecture, European Society of Regional Anaesthesia, Cambridge, England 2001

The Carl Koller Lecture, European Society of Regional Anaesthesia, Malta 2003

The Michael Cousins Lecture, Australian & New Zealand Anaesthesia Society, Hobart, Australia 2003

The Thomas G Williams Lecture, Canadian Surgical Society, Ottawa, Canada 2004

The Ron Needs Lecture, Toronto University, Canada 2004

The Labat Lecture, American Society of Regional Anesthesia, Toronto, Canada, 2005

The Litchfield Lecture, Oxford University, England 2005

The Rupert B Turnbull Memorial Oration, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, US 2005

The Theodor Kocher Lecture, Berne University, Switzerland 2005

The Harry E Bacon Lecture, American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Seattle, US 2006

The International Surgery Lecture, American College of Surgeons, Chicago, US 2006

The Nicoll Lecture, International Association for Ambulatory Surgery, Amsterdam, Holland 2007

The British Journal of Surgery Lecture, Society of Academic Surgeons, Birmingham, England 2008

The Annual Lecture of the American Society of Ambulatory Anesthesia, Miami US 2008

The British Journal of Surgery lecture, German Surgical Society, Munich, Germany 2009

The Honorary Lecture, Scandinavian Society of Gastroenterology, Stavanger, Norway 2009

The Ron Needs Lecture, Toronto University, Canada 2009

The Astley Cooper Oration, British Hernia Society, Bournemouth, UK 2009

The Simpson Memorial Lecture, Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, Scotland 2010

The Henry Starling Lecture, University College of London, UK 2010

The Eigil Amundsen Honorary Lecture, Oslo University, Norway 2010

The European Society of Regional Anaesthesia Distinguished Award, Alicante, Spain 2010

The Gelman-Zinner Lecture, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard University Boston, US 2011

The Wesley Bourne Lecture, McGill University, Montreal, Canada 2011

The Prithvi Raj Honorary Lecture, World Institute Pain, Miami, US 2012

The Jacques Perissat Lecture, European Association for Endoscopic Surgery, Brussels, 2012

The First Henrik Kehlet Lecture, Enhanced Surgical Recovery Society, Cannes, FR 2012

The Peter Glass Lecture, Stony Brook University, US 2015

The British Journal of Surgery Lecture, Society of University Surgeons, Jacksonville, US 2016

The Earl Wynands Lecture, Ottawa University, Ottawa, Canada 2016

The Rod Armstrong Lecture, Kings College, Ireland, 2016

The Michael Freeman Honorary Lecture, 18th EFORT Congress, Vienna, Austria 2017

Lars Påhlman Memorial Lecture, St. Gallen CH, December 2017 

 

Other Honorary Awards
The Novo-Nordic Award, Denmark 1996

The August Krogh Award, Denmark, 2000

The Gimbernat Prize, Catalan Surgical Society, Barcelona 2007

The Fritz-Erler Award, Erlangen University, Germany 2009

The Kirsten and Freddy Johansen Clinical Research Prize, Copenhagen University, Denmark 2011

Global Excellence Award, Capital Region, Denmark 2012 and 2016

Excellence in Research Award, American Society of Anesthesiologists, US 2014

First honorary award in Zealand University Hospital, DK 2016

HENRIK KEHLET
   
Jan Poelaert - Belgium
Prof Poelaert is Head of the Department Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, University Hospital UZ Brussel (since October, 2007).

He is Board certified Anaesthetist of the Belgian Society of Anaesthesia and Reanimation (August 12, 1988) and he is Board certified Critical Care Physician (October 23, 1997).

His PhD thesis dealt with “Transoesophageal Echocardiography in Critically Ill Patients. A Comprehensive Approach”.

He is Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia since 1993. He is Reviewer in several international journals. He was visiting Professor in various departments of university hospitals (Munster, Graz). He was (Co)Promotor of 8 doctoral theses and published more than 120 publications in peer-reviewed journals, more than 20 book chapters and edited 3 books.

Jan Poelaert
   
Marcia McDougall - Scotland

Dr. Marcia McDougall is Fluid Lead for NHS Fife, consultant in Anaesthetics and Clinical Lead for Intensive Care at the Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland.  She became interested in fluid prescribing after hearing Professor Dileep Lobo speak about the subject in 2008.  She led the introduction of NHS Fife Guidelines for Intravenous Fluid and Electrolyte Prescription in May 2012, based on the GIFTASUP Guidelines and later the NICE Guidelines for Intravenous Fluid Therapy in Adults in Hospital. The Fife guidelines are now being adopted by several other Scottish hospitals and the principles are being taught in Edinburgh and St. Andrews University Medical Schools. Marcia is currently studying the effects on patients’ biochemistry of the change in fluid prescribing in Fife. She employed Scotland’s first Quality Improvement Nurse for Fluid Management in 2013.  Marcia is a member of the Acute Kidney Injury Expert Reference Group for Health Improvement Scotland’s Patient Safety Programme. 

Maria McDougall
   
Mike Margarson - England

Mike Margarson, MBBS, MD, FRCA, FFICM, Dipl ICM
St Richard’s Hospital
Chichester UK


Biography... as ever a challenge..   Suggest;

Dr Margarson trained in London, Oxford, Munich and Sydney and is now a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Critical Care, at St Richard's Hospital, Chichester, UK.

He is Vice-chairman of the UK Society for Obesity and Bariatric Anaesthesia (SOBA), Vice-president for the European Society for the Peri-operative Care of the Obese Patient (ESPCOP), and active in the sub-committees of the Society for Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine.  

He was lead organizer for the Obesity and Sleep Medicine Track at the World Congress in Hong Kong 2016

He is also Chairman of the Wessex Intensive Care Society and organizes their annual Winter Meeting.

His MD thesis was on microvascular permeability and rates of albumin transcapillary escape in sepsis. Current interests are mainly focussed around the airway and anaesthesia for the morbidly obese.

Outside of anaesthesia he coaches rugby, runs a cricket team and has unhealthy and ruinous interests in opera and fine wine.

Mike Margarson
   
Tong Joo Gan - Malasya

Dr. TJ Gan is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology at Stony Brook Medicine in Stony Brook, New York. Previously, Dr. Gan was Professor of Anesthesiology, Vice Chairman for Clinical Research and Faculty Development at Duke University. Dr. Gan is a diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology and is a fellow of both the Royal College of Anaesthetists of England. Dr. Gan has been the recipient of the Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia Young Investigator Award and the International Anesthesia Research Society Clinical Scholar Research Award. He serves as the Ambulatory Anesthesia and Perioperative

Management Section Editor of Anesthesia and Analgesia and is on the Editorial Board of Perioperative Medicine. Dr. Gan is also a founding member and President of the American Society for Enhanced Recovery (ASER), a Past President of The Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia (SAMBA) and International Society for Anesthetic Pharmacology (ISAP). He has published over 250 manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals and numerous books and books chapters. Dr. Gan has served as an invited speaker for many national and international professional conferences and as principal investigator or co-investigator for over 100 clinical trials.

Curriculum Vitae

tong joo



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