Affiliation: Critical Care SGUL, London, United Kingdom;
Statement of expertise for the sub-committee: My particular interests are: Acute kindey injury (clinical and cell based laboratory work), metabolic and endocrine disorders in intensive care and anaaesthesia and pharmocokinetics in critical care
Biography: Dr Philips trained at King's College Hospital Medical School qualifying in 1988 and received an intercalated first class honours degree in nutrition and basic medical sciences from Queen Elizabeth College, University of London (now part of Kings College London). After completing her house officer posts and basic training in anaesthesia at Kings College Hospital London, she moved to the Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh (RIE) and continued training; initially in anaesthesia and then intensive care medicine. She was the clinical research fellow for the Liver transplant unit in the RIE and she was awarded a research MD in cerebral haemodynamics and metabolism in fulminant hepatic failure from the University of London in 1999. She is a fellow of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FICM) and of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (FRCA). She is an elected council member of the Intensive Care Society and a member of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. She is on the advisory editorial boards for the British Journal of Anaesthesia and Critical Care. Dr Philips has a strong interest in research and education and is a Reader and Honorary consultant in Intensive Care Medicine, with clinical commitments to the general intensive care unit as well as teaching and research commitments to St George's, University of London. She actively researches and publishes in her areas of interests and supervises postgraduate students for MD and PhD degrees. Her particular research interests include; Acute kidney injury, metabolic disorders and pharmacokinetics of critical illness.
Disclosure of Interest: None declared
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