Mo Cottrell

Mo Cottrell is a retired nurse who underwent a 5 week course of Chemoradiotherapy followed by successful surgery for Oesophageal Cancer at Southampton General Hospital in January 2017. Throughout that period, she participated in the tailored exercise training programme, The Encourage Trial. She is now a member of a local support group: SPICOS (Support for […]

Louanne Carabini

Louanne M. Carabini, MD Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Vice Chair of Education, Department of Anesthesiology Residency Program Director, Department of Anesthesiology Co-Medical Director, NeuroSpine Intensive Care Unit Northwestern Memorial Hospita Louanne M. Carabini MD completed residency and fellowship in critical care medicine at Northwestern University. She has been on […]

Maria Chazapis

Dr Maria Chazapis MBBS MA FRCA PGDip PGCert Maria is an ST7 anaesthetics trainee whose main research interest is using ‘Quality of Recovery’ scores as a patient reported outcome measure following surgery and anaesthesia. She is currently undergoing a Darzi fellowship in clinical leadership, working with the NIAA Health Services Research Centre to design and […]

Maurizio Cecconi

Dr Maurizio Cecconi is an honorary senior lecturer in anaesthesia and intensive care of the St George’s University of London and a consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at St George’s Hospital NHS Trust. He is the Chair of the Cardiovascular Dynamics Section of the European Society of Intensive Care, an associate editor for Intensive […]

Maxime Cannesson

Maxime Cannesson, MD, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Anesthesiology in the Department of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Care at the University of California Irvine, USA. His research activity focuses on non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring, perioperative hemodynamic optimization, and new technologies applied to anesthesia and to the intensive care unit.

Kieran Clarke

Kieran Clarke is Professor of Physiological Biochemistry and British Heart Foundation Principal Scientist in the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics at the University of Oxford. She joined the University of Oxford in 1991. Prior to her current appointment, she was a Group Leader for the National Research Council of Canada (in Biomedical Nuclear Magnetic […]

John Carlisle

49 years old (2016). Peak VO2 46 ml/kg/min. adjusted median life expectancy 41 (more) years. I work in Torbay hospital as a consultant in preoperative preparation, anaesthesia & critical care. Main areas of interest: perioperative risk compared to ‘at home’ risk, cardiopulmonary exercise testing, evidence-based medicine including systematic reviews, detection of data fabrication. Editor for […]

James Clarke

James Clarke is currently the Medical Director of Epsom and St Heliers Hospital and a consultant anesthetist at St George’s Hospital London. He is also on a two year secondment as a Clinical Associate at the Institute of Innovation and Improvement, working on The Productive Operating Theatres programme. In the past he has been a […]

Joe Cosgrove

Dr Joe Cosgrove MB BS, FRCA. Dr Cosgrove graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1988 and began his career in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at the then Sunderland General Hospital (now Sunderland Royal Hospitals) in 1991. Thanks to Sir Kenneth Calman and the Specialist Registrars Grade he completed his Anaesthesia and […]

Ian Calder

Dr Ian Calder is a Consultant Anaesthetist at The National Hospital, Queen Square and The Royal Free Hospital in London, UK. Born in Campbeltown in 1948, he spent five years in Sudan, before returning to Scotland and eventually England. An interest in anaesthesia was assured by contact with such outstanding characters as Norton Williams, Cecil […]