Mav Manji

National Health Services, United Kingdom

Mav Manji is a holder of MB BCh, MRCP, and FRCA degrees. He is qualified in medicine from Cardiff, Wales (UK) in 1987. After generic broad training in medicine and anesthesia, he was awarded the FRCA Macintosh Award by the Royal College of Anaesthetist in 1994. He entered the advance critical care training and obtained a Consultant post in critical care medicine and anesthesia at University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust in 1998. His research interest includes inflammatory process in critical illness and microalbuminuria. Manji is a recipient of Roche Diagnostics Young Scientist of the Year, UK National Winner, 2002, International Federation of Clinical Chemists (IFCC), Runner-Up, World IFCC Young Scientist Award 2002, Payne-Stafford-Tan Award, Royal College of Anaesthetists 2007. He remains a full time clinician with major interest in critical illness and multiple-organ dysfunction.

Biography Updated on 1 June 2011

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