Dr Saroj Pattnaik has completed his DNB (Anesthesia) and IDCCM from Apollo Hospital, Chennai, India. He then completed his IFCCM from Apollo Hospitals, Bhubaneswar, India. He is an accredited teacher of FNB (Critical Care ), IDCCM(By ISCCM). He has several indexed publications that have been cited many times, and he has book chapter in 3 Critical Care Updates. His topics of interest are Percutaneous tracheostomy, Bio-markers in Sepsis and Care of critically ill patient.
Dr. Charu Sukhlecha has graduated with MBBS, MD(Anaesthesia), MRCP(United Kingdom), European Diplomat of Intensive Care Medicine (EDIC) and European Diplomat of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care (EDA). He is currently working as a Specialist Doctor in Intensive Care Medicine at Queens Hospital, United Kingdom. He has several publications to his name and has been serving as an editorial board member of reputed Journals. His special clinical interest is in Renal physiology, Acute Kidney injury, Renal failure in ICU and Renal replacement therapy (RRT) in Critical care. He is also the national convener for the updation of KDIGO guidelines in UK.
Suresh Rao K G
Dr Suresh Rao K G did his MD anesthesia from KMC Manglore and worked as Professor of cardiac Anesthesia and critical care at Sri Ramachandra Medical college & Research Istitute. Presently he is heading the department of cardiac anesthesia and critical care at Fortis Malar Hospital Chennai. He has the experience of handling more than 250 heart transplants, lung transplants and LVAD device management for Heart failure . He/She has over 20 publications.
Dyah Kanya Wati
Dr Dyah Kanya Wati did her Ph.D from University of Indonesia Faculty of Medicine, Jakarta, Indonesia. Presently she is Pediatric Critical Care Consultant at Medical Faculty Udayana University, Bali-Indonesia. She has attended many national and international conferences and honoured with many awards. She has many publications.
Michael Lin completed his MD at the University of California, San Francisco. He finished residencies in internal medicine and anesthesiology at Stanford University before pursuing a fellowship in critical care medicine. He is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of California, Los Angeles. His clinical and research interests include liver transplantation and extracorporeal life support.
Dr Amarja has completed her DM in critical care medicine from St Johns Medical college, India. She has presented several papers at National and International Conference. Her research interest in weaning and cardiac dysfunction in critically ill and simulator based training.. She has won the Hansraj Nayyar Award for the research paper. Presently she is working in St Johns Hospital Bangalore, as an Assistant Professor.
Rano Mal Piryani
Dr. Rano Mal Piryani is a professor of Internal & Chest Medicine and Medical Education. He has completed MBBS (1986), MCPS (1991), DTCD (1992), MD in Chest Medicine (2002) from Sindh Pakistan and Fellowship in Medical Education (2013) from PSG FAIMER Institute Coimbatore India. He has been serving Nepal since April 2003. He has over 120 publications cited over 348 times; his publication H-index is 10. He has been serving as an editorial board member for reputed journals and peer reviewer of more than 15 national and international scientific journals. He has produced clinical method titled “History Taking & Clinical Examination at a glance”; second edition is published by Jaypee Brothers in 2015 and third edition will be released in January 2019. He has produced tow dictionaries “Alike words in Nepali & Urdu” and “Alike words in Nepali & Sindhi”. He is a resource person for training in medical education and bioethics.