Medical microbiology

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Medical microbiology. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Dr Das in LONDON
I have been a Consultant Medical Microbiologist at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, since July 1992. My field of expertise lies in all areas related to infection, i.e. clinical microbiology & infectious diseases, antibiotics, health care-associated infection (including MRSA & C. difficile), & infection control. As an Honorary Senior Lecturer in our medical school, I am also actively involved in teaching, training & R & D, with nearly 100 publications or presentations at national & international...
Dr Thomas in MANCHESTER
Dr Thomas is a Consultant Medical Microbiologist at Wythenshawe Hospital and is also Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, University of Manchester. She is also Departmental Lead for Decontamination. Her main research interests lie in the management of sepsis, in particular patients who are critically ill and requiring intensive care support.
Mr Blenkharn in LONDON
Healthcare (clinical) waste microbiology • Healthcare (clinical) waste management & disposal • Environmental microbiology, with particular regard to waste disposal • Infection control • Device-related infection • Hospital ventilation • Hospital maintenance
Dr Morgan in EXETER
Management & diagnosis of infectious diseases, including: • Zoonoses • Animal bite-related infections • Necrotising fasciitis & gangrene infections
Dr Teare in STOCK
Clinical microbiology • Infection prevention & control • Hospital- & community-acquired infection • MRSA • Clostridium difficile • Needle stick injuries • Healthcare-associated infection • Healthcare-acquired infection • Panton Valentine Leucocidin (PVL) • Staphylococcus aureus infection • Gentamicin toxicity • Legionella • Listeria • MSSA • Multi-resistant Gram-negative infections • Carbapenemase-resistant bacteria • Extended spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBL) • CPE • CPO • Sepsis • Surgical site infection
Dr Sheridan in LONDON
Medical microbiology • Infection • Hospital infection • MRSA • ESBL carbapenemase • Surgical site infection • Post-operative infection • Bacteraemia • Sepsis • E. coli • Healthcare-associated infection • Medical device-associated infection • Community-acquired infection • Antibiotic resistance • Antibiotic prescribing • Infection control Additional email: [email protected]

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