Senior consultant intensivist and member of the ECMO Team in Hamad General Hospital, in Doha, Qatar, since 2014.
He received his medical degree and completed his residency of anesthesiology and critical care medicine from the University of Limoges in France. He obtained a Master of Science in Human Nutrition in 2007 from the University of Clermont Ferrand, France.
In 2006, he served as assistant clinical professor in University d’Auvergne in Clermont Ferrand, France and worked for 9 years as consultant intensivist in medical ICU in Gabriel Montpied university Hospital, France. He was at the origin for the launch of the ECMO program in his center in 2007. He has initiated and led a post ICU clinic in 2009.
His specific ICU interests include Sepsis, nutrition, ECMO, simulation and medical innovation. He is involved in the design of several multicenter trials as investigator in international and multicenter collaborative projects such as Weill Cornell Medicine College. He is author of more than 25 papers and book chapters. He is the actual lead for research in the medical intensive care unit and the director of research for the Critical Care Network in Qatar.
He is the lead for the ECMO Simulation Team Of Doha (ECSiTeD) and at the origin of a new ECMO mannequin designed with his team for ECMO cannulation training that has been used in several countries.
He is associate editor of Journal of transversal medicine for the critical care section