Dr. Dashiell Gantner, was one of two recipients of the Alfred Senior Medical Staff Trainee Research Scholarship Fund.   This  scholarship will assist in travelling to present at a recognised meeting/conference or to aid research deemed to be beneficial to Alfred Health.  The purpose is to enable initiation or completion of a research study, or the acquisition of experience and expertise in a new technique not available at Alfred Health.

Dashiell joined the ANZIC-RC team in 2012 as Senior Research Fellow. He is an ex Alfred Intensive Care Registrar, a member of the College of Intensive Care Medicine and the Royal Australian College of Physicians, and was shortlisted in the 2007 Young Voices in Research for Health,Global Forum for Health Research competition. He is actively involved in the TRANFUSE-RCT (sTandaRd issue trANfusion versuS Fresher red blood cell Use in intenSive carE - Randomised Controlled Trial) study as well as a clinical advisor on POLAR (Prophylactic hypothermia trial to Lessen traumatic bRain injury). In addition to extensive clinical experience, he previously undertook a research fellowship with The George Institute for Global Health, China, working with the Critical Care and Trauma and Neurological and Mental Health Divisions. His research interests include neurocritical care, transfusion medicine, sepsis, and fluid resuscitation.

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