Prof. John A Kellum University of Pittsburgh, USA

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Dr. Kellum is a Distinguished Professor of Critical Care Medicine, Medicine, Bioengineering and Clinical and Translational Science and holds an Endowed Chair in Critical Care Research from the University of Pittsburgh. He is Director of the Center for Critical Care Nephrology at the University of Pittsburgh. He is also the... read moreChief Medical Officer for Spectral Medical, a late-stage medical device company developing diagnostics and therapeutics for sepsis. Dr. Kellum received his medical degree from the Medical College of Ohio in 1984. His postgraduate training includes an internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Rochester, NY, and a Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. His research interests span various aspects of Critical Care Medicine, but center in critical care nephrology, sepsis and multi-organ failure, and clinical epidemiology, including consensus development and research methodology. He has authored more than 750 publications and has won several awards for teaching. He lectures widely and has given more than 500 seminars and invited lectures worldwide related to his research. Dr. Kellum is recognized as a world expert in the fields of sepsis and acute kidney injury by Expertscape whose independent PubMed-based algorithms place him in the top 0.1% of scholars writing about these topics over the past 10 years.