Université Paris-Diderot, Sorbonne Paris-Cité, Faculté de médecine;
Saint Louis Hospital, 1 Avenue Claude Vellefaux, 75010 Paris, France.
ECSTRA team, Biostatistics and clinical epidemiology, UMR 1153 (center of epidemiology and biostatistic Sorbonne Paris Cité, CRESS), INSERM,
Professor of Medicine, Specialty Pulmonary Medicine and Critical care
Director of the Medical-ICU of the Saint-Louis Teaching Hospital, Paris, France
Director of the research group on the management of acute respiratory failure and outcomes in critically ill immunocompromised patients (GRR-OH, created in 2005, 33 centers). Nine-I investigators (68 ICUs in 16 countries in the US and Canada).
Director of the French FAMIREA study group (1996, 100 centers throughout France): a multicenter collaborative multidisciplinary group aimed at improving effectiveness of communication with family members of ICU-patients. This group is funded by the Ministry of Health and the French Society for Critical Care (SRLF)
·Past Chairman of the ethics section of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine
Editor in chief of Intensive Care Medicine (2012-2018), Impact factor 15
Member of the executive committee of the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine
Pulmonary medicine, Acute Respiratory Failure in immunocompromized patients, Hematological Malignancies in the ICU, Noninvasive mechanical ventilation in hematological patients, Severe infections in the critically ill, Invasive fungal infections, Organ dysfunction in patients with connective tissue diseases, systemic vasculitis, thrombotic microangiopathies, hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, tumor lysis syndrome, and other hematological emergencies.
Critical Care and Ethics (medical school, graduate and post graduate)
Director of the French program for the care of critically ill immunocompromised patients
Constitutive site of the national reference center on thrombotic microangiopathies
517 publications, SIGAPS 9062, H index 76 on December 2018
Paris December 26, 2018
Prof. Peter Radermacher
Prof. Peter Radermacher: Born March 20, 1959, Düsseldorf (Germany); married, 4 children
1977 – 1984 Medical School: Heinrich-Heine-University, Düsseldorf (Germany); Université de Marseille (France)
1984 – 1991 Residency in Düsseldorf and Henri-Mondor-Hospital, Créteil (France)
1991 – 1992 Diving Medical Officer, Federal German Navy, Kiel
1994 – 2014 Professor of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, University Medical School, Ulm (Germany)
2002 Associate Professor, Laboratory of Fundamental and Applied Bioenergetics, Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble (France)
2007 Dr. honoris causa, Medical Faculty, University, Angers, France
2012 Offer Director of Investigational ICU, Department of Anesthesia, UTMB, Galveston, TX; declined
since 2014 Chair Institute of Anesthesiological Pathophysiology and Process Engineering, University Medical School, Ulm
since 2019 Editor-in-Chief Intensive Care Med Exp
More than 400 peer-reviewed original papers, review articles and editorials (N Engl J Med, Lancet Respir Med, Am J Respir Crit Care Med, Intensive Care Med, Crit Care Med, Br J Pharmacology, Anesthesiology, Crti Care, Shock etc.); total IF > 1300, citations > 10.000, H-Index 54
Prof. Pierre Singer
Dr. Singer has over 35 years of clinical and academic experience. He was born in France and has made his medical school at the Louis Pasteur faculty of Medicine of Strasbourg (France). He is currently director of the General Intensive Care Department, Rabin Medical Center, Beilinson Campus, Petach Tikva, Israel (1995-present), head of the Institute of Nutrition Research (2006-present) at Rabin Medical Center, director of the Metabolism laboratory at the Felsenstein Medical Research Center and Full Professor of Anesthesia and Intensive Care at the Sackler school of medicine, Tel Aviv University. Dr. Singer was President of the Israel Society of Intensive Care Medicine (2000-2004), Israel Society for Clinical Nutrition (ISCN) from 2005-2009., Chairman of the Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, Sackler school of medicine, Tel Aviv University (2009-2013), and Chairman of the European Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism (ESPEN) (2010-2014). He maintains memberships in numerous scientific and professional associations as well as appointments in countless professional and administrative committees. He has been appointed as editor, associate editor, section editor or co editor in various journals such as Intensive Care medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Clinical Nutrition Experimental, Nutrition, Nutrition in Clinical Practice or JPEN. From 2002, he is the chairman of the annual Israel Nutrition Week, and from 2015 chairs the Nutrition chapter of the Israel council for nutrition, gastroenterology and hepatology. He is director of the laboratory of Metabolism and Nutrition at the Felsenstein Institute (Tel Aviv University). His research interests center around nutrition and metabolism, sepsis, respiratory disorders & technologies. Dr. Singer has supervised more than 50 clinical and academic research theses. He has received numerous awards and grants throughout his career. He is co-principal author of the teaching modules on Nutrition in the ICU from ESPEN (LLL) and ESICM (PACT) as well as of the ESPEN 2009 Parenteral Nutrition in the ICU guidelines and the ESPEN: Nutrition in the ICU 2017 guidelines. Dr. Singer has presented over 350 lectures, and had more than 250 invited papers at scientific meetings. He has published more than 140 original articles, 55 review articles, 36 book chapters, and more than 300 abstracts. He has been cited more than 10,000 times (more than 1300 times in 2016) and his index-h is 39, with an i10-index of 100. He is the editor of a recent book entitled: Nutrition in the ICU: beyond physiology (Karger) and a coeditor of the Encyclopedia of Nutrition (Elsevier). He is the co-chairman of the ESPEN Guidelines editorial board (2014-2018) and director of the Israel Intensive Care Clinical Trials Network.