Nora Luethi

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20082020

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Nora Luethi MD

Senior Research Fellow, ANZIC-RC

 

Nora Luethi is an Intensive Care Specialist from Switzerland who is currently working as a Senior Research Fellow at the ANZIC Research Centre in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University. Nora has completed her clinical training in Internal Medicine and Intensive Care Medicine in Switzerland and Australia. She has been working with some of the most influential experts in intensive care in both countries and published successfully with different academic teams at different institutions. From 2014 until 2016 she has been working as a Research Fellow in the Department of Intensive Care Medicine of the Austin Hospital in Melbourne under the supervision of Professor Rinaldo Bellomo. Among other projects, she is a Co-Investigator in a multicenter randomized controlled trial assessing the immunomodulatory effect of Aspirin in patients with systemic inflammatory response sydrome (PROTECTIN). Nora’s research focuses on sepsis and new treatment strategies in critically ill patients with diabetes and she is passionate about improving outcome and quality of life of intensive care survivors. While at the ANZIC Research Centre she will coordinating the VITAMINS trial - a multi-centre randomized controlled trial exploring the effect of vitamin C in septic shock and she will be assessing the long term outcomes of the patients of the EPO-TBI trial. 

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