University of Sheffield
Surgical Sciences and Anaesthesia
Research areas are: cardiovascular and microvascular dysfunction during sepsis; statins, steroids and sepsis; anaesthesia, hypertension and the microcirculation; perioperative myocardial ischaemia; manifestations of SIRS in cardiopulmonary bypass; automatic systems control engineering in biological systems; laboratory techniques to study the microcirculation: intravital microscopy, pressure and wire myography; the extra-splenic circulation and control of blood volume: role of peptides; novel nociceptin agonists/ antagonists and the microcirculation; calpains and sepsis; neural networks and fuzzy local control of mechanical ventilation: physiology and pharmacology of perioperative liver function; respiratory physiology and muscle function in intensive care.
Normally, good Honours degree or postgraduate or equivalent approved qualification required; for students aiming at PhD, initial registration is usually for MPhil, with registration upgraded if satisfactory progress has been made.
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|Main Site||Sheffield||S10 2TN||Yorkshire and the Humber|
The Medical School
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