Francesca Rubulotta obtained her MD with laude and commendation at the University of Catania in Italy. In 2002, she gained accreditation in Anesthesia at the University of Trieste and later in 2004 she obtained her specialty in Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) at the Catholic University of Leuven. Her training in ICM took place in the USA, the Netherlands, and in Belgium. She is currently working in the UK as Consultant and Honorary Senior Clincial Lecturer in ICM and Anaesthesia at Imperial College, Charing Cross and St Mary’s Hospital in London. In 2012, she obtained her PhD at the University of Catania. She is currently studying for an executive MBA at Imperial College in London, UK. Since 2011 she is clinician for Anesthesia in Bariatric Surgery at Imperial College, international center of excellence. Dr Rubulotta is the Chair of the division of professional development (DPD) of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) since 2013. Dr Rubulotta is a member of the European Board of Intensive Care Medicine (EBICM) and a member of the European Accreditation Board for Continue Medical Education (EACCME) in the Union of European Medical Specialities (UEMS), a member of the Governance Board of the EACCME, and a new member of the UEMS school of examiners (CESMA). Dr Rubulotta did her training in End of Life and Compassionate Care Medicine, in the USA at Brown University and she has been working in the ethic group of the ESICM for several years participating in several projects such as: Conflicus, Europain and Appropricus. Dr. Rubulotta has published papers, abstracts, chapters and reviews, mainly on education, sepsis, rapid response systems and ethics. She won the Best Paper Award given by the Anna Lindh EU foundation in 2007. Dr. Rubulotta has studied five different European languages.
Dr Rubulotta has been invited in several meetings including: ESICM, ESA, SCCM, Chinese Society of ICM, Indian Society of ICM, South Africa and ECCC.
Francesca loves cooking Italian food, she playing tennis (wining 2 tournaments getting her free staying in Marbella) and she has gained 3 world master gold medals (Riccione, Montreal and Kazan ), one silver master European medal (Budapest) and two National Italian master gold medals in WATERPOLO!