Professor and Consultant in Respiratory and Intensive Care Medicine, Imperial College London
Professor Singh’s clinical academic career combines full time clinical work, with undergraduate/postgraduate educational and clinical research output. He is lead editor of the new Oxford Textbook of Respiratory Critical Care Medicine. He works in one of the UK’s national ECMO centres, leading the follow up service, and in Burns-General ICU. His Grant funded collaborative research is in early diagnostic markers for Ventilator associated pneumonia, behavioural aspects of antibiotic stewardship, safe practice of bronchoscopy in ICU, and Burns inhalation injury. He supervises MD, PhD, MSc, BSc students. He was Imperial College Campus Director of Undergraduate Studies, and is Examiner to the Royal College of Physicians, Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, European Society of Intensive Care. He is a sports lover, particularly cricket; President of the Imperial Medics Cricket club.
14-Nov-2023Theatre D: AGM ClinicalWHY STOP- Cognitive behavioural factors that influence in stopping antibiotics for infection on ICU
14-Nov-2023Theatre D: AGM ClinicalBronchoscopy Training in acute care and the ICU; the gap