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XVIII Fórum Sepse

Convidados Internacionais

Daniel de Backer

Daniel de Backer

Head of Intensive Care, CHIREC, Belgium
Professor of Intensive Care, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium
ESICM Past President

Elisa Estenssoro

Elisa Estenssoro

ICU Director, Hospital Interzonal San Martin de La Plata; and now consultant of the Ministry of Health, Prov of Buenos Aires. Has worked extensively in epidemiology and outcomes research in ARDS, sepsis and COVID-19

Fabian Jaimes

Fabian Jaimes

MD. MSc. PhD. FACP.
Professor of Medicine, Critical Care and Clinical Epidemiology -School of Medicine- Universidad de Antioquia
PAHO-WHO Consultor

Glenn Hernandez

Glenn Hernandez

Professor, Department of Intensive Care Medicine, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Principal Investigator ANDROMEDA-SHOCK Studies
Coordinator Latin America Intensive Care Network (LIVEN)

Gloria Rodriguez

Gloria Rodriguez

She is a Puerto Rican born internal medicine, critical care, neurocritical care specialist. A Magna Cum Laude graduate from Cornell University, and later Cum Laude from Universidad Central del Caribe, SOM, she finished her IM residency at the VA Caribbean Healthcare System and afterwards completed her CCM fellowship at TMH/Brown University. She returned to her beloved PR to direct the VACHS Surgical ICU for six years. After 4 years directing the UDH Neurosurgical ICU, she moved in 2010 to direct the Neurosurgical ICU at HIMA-San Pablo Caguas, a private hospital conglomerate in the Island. At present she is also Chief of the Department of Critical Care Medicine. She is currently involved in numerous national and international societies. She is council member of SCCM ( Society of Critical Care Medicine), president of COCECATI (Consejo Centroamericano y del Caribe de Terapia Intensiva), former council member of FEPIMCTI (Federación Panamericana e Ibérica en Medicina Crítica y Terapia Intensiva) and past president of the PR Society of Critical Care Medicine. She has been a speaker at the local, national and international level and has publications in peer-reviewed journals, authored book chapters and is co-editor of the books Critical Care Administration : a comprehensive clinical guide and COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons from the frontline.

Hallie Prescott

Hallie Prescott

Dr. Hallie Prescott is a pulmonary and critical care physician who practices in the medical intensive care units at University of Michigan and the Ann Arbor Veteran’s Affairs Hospital. Her research focuses on sepsis care and outcomes. She leads a Michigan statewide sepsis collaborative, served as a Vice Chair of the 2021 Surviving Sepsis Campaign Guidelines, and is a council member of the International Sepsis Forum.

Heatherlee Bailey

Heatherlee Bailey

Dr. Heatherlee Bailey is an Emergency Medicine Intensivist. Dr. Bailey has been actively involved in the Society of Critical Care Medicine for more than 20 years serving in a wide variety of roles, including as the 48th SCCM President from 2019-2020. Dr. Bailey’s path of volunteerism, mentorship and leadership led her to be the first Emergency Medicine trained President of SCCM.

Ignacio Martin-Loeches

Ignacio Martin-Loeches

Ignacio Martin-Loeches, MD, PhD, FJFICMI is a full-time Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine at St James’s Hospital and Professor at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. He is the current elected Chair of the Acute Critical Care Group at the European Respiratory Society (ERS).

Jaime Fernandez

Jaime Fernandez

Pediatric Intensivist with Doctoral studies (PhD) in Health Sciences with an emphasis on sepsis and endothelium, Associate Professor at the University of La Sabana, Director PICU Fundación Cardioinfantil-IC, and Vice-President of the Latin American Society of Pediatric Intensive Care (SLACIP)

Jean Louis Teboul

Jean Louis Teboul

Professor of Therapeutics and Critical Care Medicine, at the University Paris-Saclay in France. Head of the Medical ICU of the Bicêtre University Hospital.
Research interests are in the field of hemodynamics of critically ill patients.
315 articles (referenced in Pubmed) and 144 book chapters.
1078 invited lectures
Editor-in-Chief of Annals of Intensive Care.
Chair of the Congress Committee of the ESICM.

Jeremy Kahn

Jeremy Kahn

Dr. Kahn is Professor of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. His research program focuses on the organization, management, and financing of critical care services. Specific areas of interest include ICU workforce and staffing, quality measurement, and telemedicine. His work integrates approaches from the fields of epidemiology, health economics and organizational science to develop novel strategies for improving the quality of care for critically ill patients.

John Marshall

John Marshall

Professor of Surgery and Critical Care, University of Toronto; Senior Investigator, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute; Unity Health Chair in Trauma Research; Chair, International Forum for Acute Care Trialists

Jonathan Sevransky

Jonathan Sevransky

Jonathan Sevransky , M.D., MHS., FCCM is Professor of Medicine , Director, Critical Care for Emory University Hospital and associate division director for critical care in the division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at Emory University

Karen Burns

Karen Burns

Dr. Burns practices critical care medicine at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. She is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto, a Clinician Scientist at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, an Associate Member of the School of Graduate Studies with the Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation (University of Toronto), and part time faculty with the Department of Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact (McMaster University).

Dr. Burns research program focuses on evaluating strategies to liberate critically ill patients from mechanical ventilation and characterizing practice variation in weaning critically ill adults from ventilators. This program includes large scale observational studies, national and international weaning surveys, meta-analyses, and randomized trials of weaning strategies. She also has developed a research program to characterize the unique aspects of the consent processes in critical care. Additional research interests include acute kidney injury in the intensive care unit, use of neuromuscular blockers, noninvasive positive pressure ventilation, and high flow nasal cannulae and methodology issues related to study design, implementation, and reporting in the critical care context.

Kristina Rudd

Kristina Rudd

Dr. Kristina E. Rudd, MD, MPH, is a pulmonary and critical care physician and clinical researcher in the Department of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research focuses on sepsis epidemiology from a global perspective, with special expertise in resource-variable settings. Her research on sepsis epidemiology and on methods to identify sepsis patients has been published in JAMA and Lancet. Her current work investigates the syndemic relationships between social and medical features that impact an individual’s risk for developing or dying from sepsis.

Kusum Menon

Kusum Menon

Dr. Menon is a pediatric intensivist at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa and the current Vice-Chair of the Canadian Critical Care Trials Group. She is a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Ottawa and the School of Epidemiology and Public Health. Her research is focused on the role of corticosteroids in pediatric septic shock, the consent process in pediatric critical care studies and research methodology. She has held multiple CIHR grants, a University of Ottawa Tier 2 Research Chair in pediatric shock and has received several awards for her research mentorship. She is currently the co-PI on a 1032 patient CIHR/NIH funded international RCT of hydrocortisone versus placebo in pediatric septic shock.

Liz Karina Fernandez

Liz Karina Fernandez

Médico Intensivista de Asuncion Paraguay
Past President de la Sociedad Paraguaya de Terapia Intensiva.

Luis Gorordo

Luis Gorordo

Specialist in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, head of the ICU of the Hospital Juárez de Mexico, Director of Sepsis Code Mexico, Coordinator of the Research Committee of the Mexican Society of Emergency Medicine, Member of the Executive Board of the Global Sepsis Alliance.

Luregn Schlapbach

Luregn Schlapbach

Professor Luregn Schlapbach is Head of the PICU at the University Children`s Hospital Zurich, Switzerland.
After having worked during a decade as pediatric intensivist in Australia at Queensland Children`s Hospital in Brisbane, Australia, he maintains an active research program on Sepsis, Infection, and Inflammation in Critically Ill Children at the University of Queensland.
He is an internationally recognized expert in sepsis, and has been Co-Chair of the international Paediatric Sepsis Definition Taskforce, and is part of the Global Sepsis Alliance Executive.

Manu Shankar- Hari

Manu Shankar- Hari

After completion of basic medical training in India, specialist training in intensive care medicine in London and PhD from King’s College London, Manu was appointed as a tenured consultant physician in Intensive Care Medicine in May 2009, at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Manu’s research group moved to Edinburgh, to take up the university chair titled Chair of Translational Critical Care Medicine, at the Queen Medical Research Institute, The University of Edinburgh. Manu’s research goal is to enable precision immunomodulation in critically ill adults.

Marcio Borges

Marcio Borges

Coordinator of multidisciplinary sepsis unit, ICU, Associate professor of infectious diseases, Balearic Islands University. Son Llatzer University Hospital. Director of Sepsis Committee of FEPIMCTI. Principal Investigator of Sepsis Group of IDISBA

Mark Hall

Mark Hall

Dr. Hall is a Professor of Pediatrics and Chief of the Division of Critical Care Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. He is the founding director of the Immune Surveillance Laboratory at The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, where he has studied immune monitoring and modulation in pediatric critical illness for the last 20 years.

Matteo Bassetti

Matteo Bassetti

Matteo Bassetti is Head of the Infectious Diseases Clinic of the Policlinico San Martino University Hospital in Genoa and Full Professor of Infectious Diseases of the University of Genoa, Italy. President of the Italian Society of Anti-infective Therapy (SITA). Author or co-author of 700 papers (H index 83; 25000 citations).

Maurizio Cecconi

Maurizio Cecconi

He is the President of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine. He has been overseeing the development of the C19_SPACE training programme funded by the EU and designed and implemented by ESICM. He is part of the Executive Committee of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign and has worked together with WHO for the recent COVID19 Clinical Guidelines.

Mervyn Singer

Mervyn Singer

Mervyn Singer is Professor of Intensive Care Medicine and Director of the Bloomsbury Institute of Intensive Care Medicine at University College London UK. He is an emeritus UK NIHR Senior Investigator and Secretary of the International Sepsis Forum. He was co-lead of the Sepsis-3 definitions task force. His research interests are in sepsis, infection, haemodynamic management and monitoring

Michael Niederman

Michael Niederman

Professor of Clinical Medicine
Pulmonary and Critical Care
Weill Cornell Medical College
Interest in respiratory infections in ICU

Michel Slama

Michel Slama

Full professor intensive care medicine, Deputy head of the medical intensive care Unit Amiens, former Vice Chancelor of the Amiens university and former head of the Amiens university hospital medical council

Nelson Sanchez-Pinto

Nelson Sanchez-Pinto

Dr. L. Nelson Sanchez-Pinto is a pediatric critical care physician, biomedical informatics specialist, and clinical data scientist. He is interested in discovering and evaluating data-driven phenotypes of sepsis to develop predictive and prognostic enrichment strategies

Pedro Póvoa

Pedro Póvoa

Professor Catedrático, Nova Medical School, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Professor Adjunto, Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Research Unit of Clinical Epidemiology, OUH Odense University Hospital, Denmark
Editor Associado do Intensive Care Medicine
Unidade de Cuidados Intensivos, Hospital de São Francisco Xavier, CHLO, Lisboa

Sean Townsend

Sean Townsend

Dr. Sean R. Townsend, M.D., is Vice President of Quality & Safety at California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) in San Francisco, California. He is also Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Townsend is a practicing intensivist in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care at CPMC. Dr. Townsend led IHIs work on sepsis and he is a past member of the Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SSC) executive committee. Dr. Townsend serves as measure steward for CMSs national sepsis quality measure, SEP-1.

Sheila Myatra

Sheila Myatra

Sheila Nainan Myatra is Professor of Critical Care working at the Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, India. She is the President Elect of the Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM) and Chair of the Critical Care Section of the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA). She serves on the Surviving Sepsis Campaign (SSC) COVID Guidelines Committee and SSC Research Committee. Her expertise and areas of research are airway management, hemodynamic monitoring, sepsis and prevention of nosocomial infections.

Suchitra Ranjit

Suchitra Ranjit

Senior Consultant & Head, Pediatric ICU, Apollo Children’s Hospital, Chenna

Areas of interest:
Hemodynamics of septic shock
Improving outcomes severe dengue

Board of Directors (Asia) World Federation of Pediatric Intensive Care (WFPICCS)

International Task Force Member: Pediatric Surviving Sepsis Campaign

Tomoko Fujii

Tomoko Fujii

Dr Fujii is working at Jikei University Hospital as a specialist Intensive Care Physician and the Director of Intensive Care Unit. Her research interest areas have included management of sepsis, acute kidney injury, acid-base disorder, and meta-epidemiology. She has been collaborating with investigators internationally through multicentre clinical research projects.




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