Monday 30 January 18:00 - 19:00

Perrin Lecture Theatre, Blizard Institute
4 Newark Street
E1 2AT

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PhD Award Lectures of Henry (Obi) Nnajiuba and Richard Carden


A celebration for the completion of the PhDs of Henry (Obi) Nnajiuba and Richard Carden

The Centre for Trauma Sciences at Queen Mary University of London is delighted to invite you to a celebration for the completion of the PhDs of Henry (Obi) Nnajiuba and Richard Carden, both of whom will be having their thesis viva examination earlier that day.

These PhDs are the culmination of 3+ years of their PhD research.

Obi’s research is on optimising trauma triage in major trauma systems. Obi’s research was pivotal to changes made to the London Trauma Triage tool during the COVID pandemic. The new triage tool is still in place today, optimising patient care pathways and use of resources.

Richard’s research explores cardiac dysfunction after trauma, in which he has identified the critical contribution this makes to patient outcomes. Rich’s work has led directly to the Transform Trauma project at the Royal London major trauma centre, to develop a world leading Extracorporeal Cardiac Life Support (ECLS) programme for the trauma service.

Please join us at Perrin Lecture Theatre, Blizard Institute, at 6pm, on Monday 30 January, when both of them will be giving presentations to showcase their work, in front of family, friends, colleagues and anyone interested. Professor Karim Brohi, Director of the Centre for Trauma Sciences, will chair session.

Refreshments will be served following their lectures.

We look forward to you joining us!

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