|Giuseppe Citerio Editor-in-Chief||
Università Milano Bicocca, Monza, Italy.Learn more
Giuseppe Citerio is a Professor of Anesthesia and Intensive Care at the Milano Bicocca University, School of Medicine and Surgery, the Director of Anesthesia and Neurosurgical Intensive Care, at San Gerardo Hospital, ASST-Monza, and the Director of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, at Desio Hospital, ASST-Monza.
He started the Neurointensive and Neuroanesthesia service in the early 1990s at San Gerardo Hospital in Monza, after a previous experience at the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan. While at the Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit, he has actively participated in national and international research networks, such as BrainIT and CenterTBI. Dr. Citerio has also been involved in numerous research protocols and drug trials, many times acting at the principal investigator. His research activities are focused on TBI, subarachnoid hemorrhage, neuroanesthesia, neurointensive care, and brain death/organ donation. He has published more than 250 indexed articles and has an H index of 32. He has participated in the development of international guidelines on the treatment of patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage and neuromonitoring. In addition, he edited the book "Oxford Textbook of Neurocritical Care" (Oxford University Publisher, 2016) with other international colleagues.
He has developed more than 50 courses in Italy and Europe on Neurointensive Care topics, and last but not least, created a Summer School program at UNIMIB on NeuroIntensive Care that took place for the first time in 2017.
Dr. Citerio acted as an Associate Editor for Intensive Care Medicine from 2007 to 2012 and then became a Deputy Editor from 2013 to 2018. He will become the next Editor-in-Chief of the journal in 2019.
He is the past Chair of the Division of Scientific Affairs of the European Society of Intensive Care (ESICM), an Executive Committee member ESICM and, for three years, was the Chair of the Annual Meeting ESICM and regional congresses. CV available at: https://www.unimib.it/giuseppe-citerio
|Samir Jaber Deputy Editor||
Saint-Eloi University Hospital, Montpellier, France.Learn more
Prof. Dr Samir Jaber is the Head of the Critical Care and Anesthesia Department of Saint-Eloi University Hospital in Montpellier-France since 2007. He is a full "exceptional class" (highest degree) professor in Anesthesiology and Critical Care. He completed his initial medical school in Cochin-University Hospital in Paris and his secondary specialty in Montpellier-University Hospital. He completed his MD, PhD at Creteil-University Hospital.
Pr. Jaber completed a Master’s degree in Respiratory Physiology (1998) and undertook a Post-doctoral Fellowship on the Non-Invasive Ventilation in Anesthesia and Intensive Care medicine at the University of Creteil in 1999.
Pr. Jaber was the Scientific Vice-Dean and the President of the scientific council of the Faculty of Medicine of Montpellier (2014-2018).
Pr. Jaber was Past-President of the scientific council of the French Society of Anesthesia and Critical Care (SFAR), and he was member of the scientific council of the French Intensive Care Society (SRLF).
Pr Jaber is a member of the board of several journals and reviewer of the top first quartile journals in the respiratory, anesthesiology and critical care fields. He has a strong involvement in both clinical and experimental research and is running a clinical research laboratory dedicated to mechanical ventilation studies. He developed clinical research in the field of the perioperative medicine, from operating room to intensive care medicine. Pr. Jaber has published more than 350 peer-reviewed articles in the highest ranked journals of medicine, respiratory, anesthesiology and critical care medicine. Pr. Jaber's research focuses on perioperative medicine, sedation, obesity, acute respiratory failure, airways management, diaphragm function, non-invasive ventilation and invasive mechanical ventilation. He is senior author and co-author of several trials. He is a frequent invited-speaker at national and international meetings, having given over 300 such talks.
|Anders Perner Deputy Editor||
Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark.Learn more
Anders Perner’s main focus is on clinical research in critically ill patients; thus he chairs the Danish national Centre for Research in Intensive Care and the Scandinavian Critical Care Trials Group. He chaired the two landmark trials, the 6S and the TRISS trial, the results of which have improved fluid and transfusion therapy of patients with sepsis. His research continues along this track testing frequent interventions given to critically ill patients for which there are doubts about the balance between benefit and harm. The ongoing clinical research programs include the CLASSIC, SUP-ICU, AID-ICU, HOT-ICU, VITRACE and AFIB-ICU trial programs.
|Miet Schetz Deputy Editor||
University Hospital Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.Learn more
Miet Schetz, MD, PhD graduated from the faculty of Medicine of the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, after which she specialized in anesthesiology and later in intensive care medicine. Since 1981, she is a staff member of the department of Intensive Care Medicine of the University Hospital Leuven (Chair: Greet Van den Berghe) and since 2000, Associate Professor at the Catholic University Leuven. She completed a PhD thesis on the subject “The hemostatic system and continuous renal replacement therapy: mutual effects”. Her main field of interest is acute kidney injury and its treatment, on which she published several articles and presented at several international meetings. In 2004 she received the International Vicenza award for outstanding contribution in the field of Critical Care Nephrology. She was a member of KDIGO (Kidney Disease Improving Global Outcome) workgroup that drafted guidelines for the management of AKI (2012). She is an active member of the AKI section of the ESICM.
|Nicole P. Juffermans Section Editor||
|Alessia Vargiolu Editorial Office||
Milan, ItalyLearn more