I currently undertake 7 Direct Patient Care (DPC) clinical sessions at Manchester Royal Infirmary and 5 academic sessions at the Manchester Medical School.
Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health: I am the Vice Dean for Social Responsibility and Public Engagement
Manchester Medical School: Until August 2016, I was the Director of Clinical Placements and Academic Lead for Years 3,4&5. In this role I led the team responsible for overhauling the entire clinical curriculum and for introducing Mandatory Minimum Standards for all UG Clinical Placements in Manchester and Lancashire. I am currently the Lead for Cancer care and consolidation module in Year 5
Postgraduate Research Supervision: I have successfully supervised 3 PhD students and 2 MD students. I currently supervise 1 PhD student.
Manchester Royal Infirmary: I am a Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine. The ICU is one of the larger Units in the UK with approximately 40 (Level 2 and Level 3 beds).
International: Visiting Professor in Intensive Care Medicine, University of Cairo Egypt
I graduated from the University of Colombo, Sri lanka in 1990 (MB BS). I obtained the MD(Anesthesiology) from the University of Colombo in 1994 and FRCA(London) in 1996. I worked for the Medical Research Council (UK) Trauma Group between 1999-2001 and during this period I undertook research on the pulmonary consequences of shock. This led to my PhD thesis "Quantifying pulmonary injury in shock" in 2001. I completed my specialist training in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care at the North West Deanery and was appointed Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at Manchester Royal Infirmary in 2002. I joined the Manchester Medical School in 2010 and In 2015 was appointed as Professor in Medical Education and Training.
Memberships of committees and professional bodies
Member of Senior Leadership Team, FBMH
Member of Social Responsibility Governance Group, University of Manchester.
Member, Anaesthetic Research Society (UK)