Andrew Udy

Andrew is a full-time intensive care clinician and researcher at The Alfred ICU, Melbourne.  He completed his undergraduate medical education at the University of Auckland, followed by ICU training in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Australia.  After award of Fellowship, Andrew worked as a consultant for many years in Queensland, while also completing a PhD in antibiotic pharmacokinetics.  His major academic interests include optimised drug prescribing in the critically ill, haemodynamic management in severe sepsis, acute kidney injury and renal replacement therapy, management of SAH and TBI, and critical care nutrition.  Andrew is involved in critical care research internationally as the Victorian representative on the ANZICS Clinical Trials Group (CTG) Committee.  He also a keen educator; instructing on BASIC, ALS, ECMO and EMST courses, and is Chair of the Victorian Regional Committee (VRC), and Neurocritical Care Special Interest Group, College of Intensive Care Medicine.  Andrew is Co-Deputy Director of the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care – Research Centre, Monash University.

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