Prof Rupert Pearse

XXXIIIrd Edinburgh
Anaesthesia Festival
12-14 August 2019

Prof Rupert Pearse

Rupert Pearse Prof Rupert Pearse graduated in 1996 from St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK. He also completed much of his clinical training in the south-west Thames region. His clinical duties are based on the busy intensive care unit at the Royal London Hospital where he oversees the care of critically ill patients who have undergone major surgery. In 2006, Rupert was appointed Senior Lecturer in Intensive Care Medicine at Queen Mary, University of London and was promoted to Professor in 2014. He is an active member of several national and international societies for anaesthesia and intensive care medicine. He teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Rupert’s main research interests are in improving outcomes for patients following major surgery and the cardiovascular pathophysiology of critical illness. Rupert plays a leading role in many large multi-centre studies including ISOS, METS and EPOCH. He has experience in a wide range of research methods includes translational laboratory and clinical research, multi-centre observational and randomised trials and large epidemiological studies.