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The International ECMO Network (ECMONet) is dedicated to conducting and supporting high-quality, high-impact research aimed at defining the role of extracorporeal life support in the management of respiratory and cardiac failure in adults, helping to build on the scientific foundation for its use and driving continuous improvement in its application where appropriate.

5th Annual International ECMO Network Meeting London, UK - February 2019

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A/Prof Kiran Shekar has been awarded a four year Research Fellowship by the Metro North Hospital and Health Service, Brisbane, Queensland , Australia. His research titled “The No Tube Project “ will focus on the Integration of non-invasive airway based respiratory support, nitric oxide gas inhalation and extracorporeal respiratory support to reduce the burden of invasive mechanical ventilation in intensive care units.


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We are pleased to announce that Prof. Carol Hodgson has been awarded an Emerging Leader Fellowship and Investigator Grant by NHMRC totaling $1,243,891.  This award serves to further her work in improving quality of life in critically ill patients through early intervention.  Congratulations, Carol!


In Memoriam

It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of our dear friend and supporter, Dr. Brian Kavanagh.  We express our sincere sympathies to his family, friends, colleagues and the medical community.


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Our committee members are known internationally for their contributions.

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