Dr David Inwald qualified from Cambridge University and trained in adult and paediatric medicine before completing his training in paediatric intensive care medicine at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. During this time he also completed his PhD in platelet physiology at the Institute of Child Health. He is currently a Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Paediatric Intensive Care at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Imperial College, London. Research interests include the genetics of disease severity and susceptibility in sepsis, the pathophysiology of severe sepsis and patient safety in critically ill children.
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