Alice Ma

Alice trained at Royal Prince Alfred in Intensive Care and converted to Neurology to pursue a career in stroke medicine and endovascular clot retrieval at Royal North Shore Hospital. Currently an Neurointerventional Fellow at Boston University in Boston Massachusetts. She is passionate about teaching, vascular neurology and interventional neuroradiology.

Andrew Dixon

Andrew is a Consultant Radiologist and Co-Director of Radiology Training at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. He has primary subspecialty expertise in neuroradiology, with secondary interests in musculoskeletal imaging and trauma radiology. He is Radiopaedia.org’s academic director, an editorial board member with the Journal of the American College of Radiology, and a University of Melbourne Honorary Senior Lecturer.

Brandon Foreman

Brandon Foreman, MD FACNS is Assistant Professor of Neurology & Rehabilitation Medicine and Neurosurgery at the University of Cincinnati and serves as Associate Director for Neurocritical Care Research with the Division of Neurocritical Care. Dr. Foreman is a member of several multi-center collaboratives, including the Critical Care EEG Monitoring Research Consortium (CCEMRC) and the Co-Operative Spreading Brain Injury Depolarizations consortium (COSBID), and he has specific expertise in continuous EEG monitoring and in detecting seizures and spreading depolarizations after brain injury. He is a co-founder of the Collaborative for Research on Acute Brain Injuries (CRANI; @UC_CRANI), a translational neuroscience research community at the University of Cincinnati that links translational, clinical, and data scientists. Through CRANI, he works closely with the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Center for Intelligent Maintenance Systems at the University of Cincinnati and with partners at the University of Arizona and Boston University to develop machine learning and network connectivity approaches to understanding brain injury physiology. Dr. Foreman’s research focuses on precision critical care, with a specific interest in the recording and interpretation of cortical physiology – pressure, flow, and synaptic signaling – and how this can be integrated with clinical data at the bedside in order to guide care at the patient level.

Celia Bradford

Celia Bradford is an intensivist at Royal North Shore and Sydney Adventist Hospitals. She has an interest in Neurointensive Care and Renal Medicine. Her research has been in these areas. In addition, she writes for “The Bottom Line”, an online blog that reviews and critiques critical care literature and is interested in converting research findings into clinical practice. She is an advocate for women in Intensive Care and provides mentorship for aspiring Intensivists

Claire Seiffert

Claire is currently an ICU Clinical Fellow at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney. She is a born and bred Victorian having grown up in Mildura before completing a Physiotherapy degree in Melbourne. She then moved to Canberra where she completed her medical degree. She has special interests in bariatric medicine, neurocritical care, innovative medical education and retrieval medicine. Claire is a passionate John Farnham fan and a loyal Geelong AFL supporter. She is a mum to a little boy that has also independently developed the same passions.
“Neuropharmacology”: The one (and only) “Special K” + a whirlwind tour of re-coagulating the anti-coagulated patient

Emily Fitzgerald

Emily is a senior intensive care nurse and research coordinator at Royal North Shore Hospital. She helped establish and manages the NOICE database- a large neurocritical care outcomes project. She is currently completing a PhD examining the assessment of outcomes following subarachnoid haemorrhage, tranuamtic brain injury and intrcerebral haemorrhage.

John Myburgh

John Myburgh is a lifelong intensive care clinician. Dedicated to creating and sharing new knowledge to improve the health of critically ill people, the well-being of their families and their community. Committed to integrity, transparency and diversity in medicine, research and all aspects of living. Make a difference and leave a footprint.

Kelly Harbour

Working primarily in the Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit at Royal North Shore Hospital as a Clinical Nurse Specialist, I am passionate about practising and supporting excellence in critical care nursing. Outside of work I am into camping, swimming, surfing and hanging out with my beautiful family!

Mark Wilson

Mark is a Neurosurgeon and Pre-Hopsital care doctor, Professor of Brain Injury at Imperial College and hold the Gibson Chair of Pre-Hospital Care, RCSEd. His research interest is traumatic and hypoxia brain injury. He co-founded GoodSAM (www.goodsamapp.org). This is being adopted worldwide for cardiac arrest but has applications across all of pre-hospital care.

Naomi Hammond

Naomi (RN, BN, MN (Crit Care), MPH, PhD) is the Academic and Operational Lead of the Critical Care Division at The George Institute for Global Health and the (part-time) Intensive Care Clinical Research Manager at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney, Australia.
Naomi is a passionate advocate for intensive care research both from an operational and academic excellence perspective. She believes that when robust research evidence is implemented into clinical practice we give our patients the best chance for improved outcomes.
Outside of work Naomi keeps busy caring for her three beautiful children with her “Rock Doctor” husband, Alex.

Professor Des Gorman

Professor of Medicine at the University of Auckland. Former Head of the School of Medicine at that university. Research interests in brain injury and health systems design and funding. Former Naval Officer (submariner and diving officer).

Rhonda Cadena, MD

Rhonda Cadena M.D., is a board certified Neurointensivist and Emergency Physician at the University of North Carolina Hospital in Chapel Hill. She is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Emergency Medicine and is the fellowship director of the Neurocritical Care fellowship at UNC. Clinical Interests include: Neurocritical care, stroke, neurological emergencies, and education. Education/Training: MD, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine; Residency, Emergency Medicine University of Cincinnati; Fellowship, Neurocritical Care and Stroke, University of Cincinnati.

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