Staphylococcus aureus

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

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]
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...
Mr Skidmore in LONDON
Surgical oncology: cancer management (breast, gut, bowel, skin, lung, etc.) • Diagnostic endoscopy, surgical nutrition, intensive care • Trauma surgery, personal injury & clinical negligence evaluation & reporting • Specific topics include: • Back injury • Bioscience • Breast cancer • Gastroenterology • Health & safety • Health care • Neck injury • Oncology • Sports medicine • Surgery: abdomen, chest, hernia, vascular, emergency • Sarcoma • Thoracic surgery • Surgical shock • Surgical referral...
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.
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 Novelli in LONDON
I am a specialist in paediatric infectious diseases. I am competent to accept instructions in all matters dealing with transmission, pathogenesis & sequelae of most infections seen in developed countries (including HIV/AIDS). I have a particular interest in tuberculosis, HIV & infections in the immune compromised. Although I only deal with a limited number of neonates in my practice, I am still competent in this area.
Dr Wilson in BELFAST
Food poisoning outbreaks • Food-borne & water-borne disease • Salmonella • Viruses • Microbiological examination of food, water & environmental samples • Regional food examiner • Food quality • Food microbiology • Food safety • Microbiological quality & safety of foods for import & export • Shelf-life • Consumer complaints • Molecular epidemiology • Public health • Ecological assessments • Campylobacter • Moulds • Swimming pools • Legionella • Occupational infections • Clostridium • E. coli 0157 • Infections...
Dr Rothburn in ALTRINCHAM
Severe community-acquired infection such as meningitis or septicaemia • Hospital-acquired infection, including neurosurgical, orthopaedic and antibiotic-resistant bacteria I have extensive medicolegal experience since 1999 in preparing reports for both defendant and claimant. I have given evidence for the court on 6 occasions. I have attended a medicolegal training course (Bond Solon 3-day residential course, including 1 day on report writing and 2 days on courtroom/cross-examination...
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 Croft in LONDON
Infection & infectious diseases • Hospital-acquired infection • Travel & tropical medicine • All vaccinations • Especially: AIDS/HIV, Campylobacter, Clostridium difficile, encephalitis, Escherichia coli O157, food poisoning, gastroenteritis, immunisations, Legionnaire's disease, leishmaniasis, leptospirosis, life expectancy, listeriosis, Lyme disease, malaria, meningitis, MRSA, norovirus, Q fever, sepsis, septic shock, swine flu, toxoplasmosis, typhoid fever, tuberculosis
Professor Wiselka in LEICESTER
All aspects of infectious disease & tropical medicine, including: • Meningitis & encephalitis • Septicaemia • Skin & soft tissue infections (cellulitis, fasciitis) • Chest infections • Tuberculosis • Gastro-enteritis (food poisoning) • Infectious hepatitis • HIV/AIDS infection • Other bloodborne virus infections (hepatitis B & C) • Urinary tract infections • Malaria • Other travel-related conditions (dysentery, amoebiasis, typhoid, dengue, etc.) • Schistosomiasis • Tropical medicine • Covid-19 infection

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