Karen is co-head of the Emergency Referrals and Critical Care services and Director of the Transfusion Medicine Service. She has a particular interest in progressing our understanding of anaemia and transfusion medicine in dogs and cats.
Dom is particularly interested in sepsis, transfusion medicine and care of the critically ill patient. He has a particular interest in progressing our understanding of sepsis in dogs, and development of teaching non-technical skills. Dom is also interested in a range of critical care therapies including mechanical ventilation, cardiac bypass and continual renal replacement therapy.
Dan is particularly interested in coagulation disorders, nutritional support of the critically ill patient and acute pancreatitis in dogs. He has particular interest in progressing our understanding of immune-mediated heamolytic anaemia in dogs and sepsis.
Tom is a lecturer in Emergency and Critical Care. He is active in supervising case management of emergency and critical care patients within the ER and ICU at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals, as well as providing numerous forms of advanced extracorporeal therapies. His specific clinical interests outside of extracorporeal therapies include advanced mechanical ventilation, sepsis, multiple organ failure and acid-base disorders.
Erica is particularly interested in cardio-respiratory emergencies, trauma and critically ill patients with sepsis. She has a particular interest in progressing our understanding of biomarkers in sepsis. Erica is also interested in the use of ultrasound to aid with rapid diagnosis in the emergency room and for monitoring of fluid balance in critically ill patients.
Simon is part of the Emergency Referrals and Critical Care services with particular interests in patient side ultrasonography, cardiovascular monitoring, endothelial function and ischaemia-reperfusion injury. Research interests would include neuromodulation and management of pericardial effusions.