Critical Care Medicine

We share with our trainees a world-class opportunity through application of the scientific method to become ethical and creative leaders in the clinical, investigational, educational, and organizational practice of multi-disciplinary Critical Care Medicine.


Research Supervisors

Name Research Interests
Ayas, Najib Public health and afety consequences of sleep apnea and sleep deprivation
Hoiland, Ryan Neurosciences, medical and health and physiological aspects, n.e.c.; Clinical and translational cardiovascular sciences; Human physiology, n.e.c.; cerebral vascular physiology; acute brain injury; Spinal cord injury
Russell, James old world, Iron Age, Celtic, classical Greek, Roman and Byzantine art, archaeology, architecture, ancient Roman daily life and culture;Roman military organization early Christianity; magic in antiquity; Greek and Roman inscriptions and coins; Scottish and Irish archaeology; old world and classical architecture, archaeology and culture with emphasis on Western Europe and Middle East; Celtic (especially Ireland and Scotland); Greek and Roman, classical and Byzantine; Latin, Greek, Lallans and lowland Scots; Scottish literature; Robert Burns; Scottish poetry generally; ancient through early Islam, especially Turkey; Eastern Europe, New therapy for sepsis (severe infection), septic shock and acute lung injury, role of genetics of the inflammatory response in the critically ill
Walley, Keith Organ failure during sepsis

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