Dr Kieran O’Dea is a Senior Research Fellow in the Section of Anaesthetics, Pain Medicine and Intensive Care. He studied for his PhD in Immunology at Imperial College and on completion joined Professor Takata’s Critical Care Research Group in 2001.
In the Critical Care Research Group, Kieran's main interests have been in the inflammatory mechanisms of acute organ injury resulting from sepsis/trauma, with a particular focus on monocyte-endothelial interactions. He is currently part of a joint capacity building project in burns research at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, in which he is managing research into novel mechanisms of inflammation following burn injury.
He lectures to Surgery & Anaesthesia BSc students in the 'Perioperative Medicine' module.
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