Palestrantes Internacionais confirmados:


ALEXANDRE ROTTA – EUA

Alexandre Rotta é brasileiro formado em medicina pela Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Fez residência em Pediatria no Children’s Hospital of Michigan e fellowship em Terapia Intensiva Pediátrica no Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. Está radicado nos Estados Unidos há 28 anos, onde é Professor Titular de Pediatria na Duke University School of Medicine e Chefe da Divisão de Terapia Intensiva do Duke University Medical Center/Duke Children’s Hospital. Ele é membro do American College of Critical Care Medicine e Chair-Elect do Comitê de Terapia Intensiva Pediátrica da Society of Critical Care Medicine. Suas áreas de interesse acadêmico incluem falência respiratória aguda em crianças, modalidades avançadas de suporte respiratório, terapia intensiva cardíaca, bronquiolite e asma crítica, e emergências médicas na aviação comercial.


ANDRES STEBAN – ESP

• Licenciado en Medicina por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y Doctor en Medicina por la misma Universidad.Presidente de la Sociedad Española de Medicina Intensiva entre 1978 y 1983.Honorary Member of the European Society of Critical Care.
• Autor de 18 libros y 34 capítulos de libros de Medicina Intensiva. Member of Steering Committee in 6 Consensus Conference.
• Artículos publicados en Revistas con Indice de Impacto (NEJM, JAMA, Lancet Respiratory Medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine, AJRCCM, Critical Care Medicine, Intensive Care Medicine, etc.): 239.
• Numero de citas recibidas:21.855.
• Indice H: 68.
• Comunicaciones en Congresos Internacionales: 275.
• Conferencias Invitadas en los cinco continentes: 561.


JACK IWASHYNA – EUA

Jack Iwashyna is Professor of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Michigan. He is a practicing medical intensivist at both the University of Michigan (focusing on tertiary critical care) and the VA Ann Arbor Health System (focusing on more community critical care). He is best known for his work defining the concept of “survivorship” after ICU and measuring the post-intensive care syndrome. He has been a leader in the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Thrive Initiative to improve life for survivors of critical illness, and in the training of clinician scientists.


JOHN KELLUM – EUA

Dr. Kellum is Professor of Critical Care Medicine, Medicine, Bioengineering and Clinical and Translational Science and holds an Endowed Chair in Critical Research from the University of Pittsburgh. He is Vice Chair for Research within the Department of Critical Care Medicine and Director of the Center for Critical Care Nephrology at the University of Pittsburgh. 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 nearly 700 publications and has won several awards for teaching. He lectures widely and has given more than 300 seminars and invited lectures worldwide related to his research.


JOSEPH CARCILLO – EUA


MARIA DEL PILAR ARIAS – ARGENTINA

• María del Pilar Arias Lopez , MD, was graduated of the School of Medicine of University of Buenos Aires ( UBA ). She trained in Pediatrics and in Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine in the Children ‘s Hospital Dr Ricardo Gutierrez ( Buenos Aires, Argentina ) . Since 1994 she practices in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit of that Institution and currently she is medical staff of the postoperative intermediate care unit.
• Her areas of expertise are mortality scores in pediatric intensive care, quality and patient safety, patients with complex chronic conditions at PICU.
• Since December 2018 , she is the Chair of the Management, Quality and Scores Committee of the Argentine Society of Intensive Care Medicine ( SATI ).
• As a part of her activities in SATI since 2015, she is in charge of the Steering committee of the SATI-Q Pediatric Quality Benchmarking Program.
• In 2014, 2015 and 2017 she lead the research of the SATI- Q pediatric group than won the Awards to the Best Clinical Research Study at the Argentine Society of Intensive Care Medicine Congress.
• Since 2017, she is the President of the Latin American Society for Pediatric Intensive Care.