Dr. Daqing Ma, MD, PhD, is a Reader and Head of Anaesthesia Research of the Section of Anaesthetics, Pain Medicine & Intensive Care, Department of Surgery & Cancer, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London, and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
He has more than 130 publications of original articles being published in the English peer reviewed journals (e.g. PNAS, Annals of Neurology, Annals of Surgery, BMJ, JASN, Critical Care Medicine, Anesthesiology and etc.) covering research fields of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology, Neuroscience, Neurology and Nephrology, and two international patents. His main research interests are organoprotection, postoperative cognitive dysfunction, Cancer and Pain. Dr. Ma’s research has been supporting by the grants from MRC, Alzheimer\s Society-Bupa Foundation, BJA/RCoA, AAGBI, Westminster Medical School Research Trust, Action Medical Research and SPARKS, UK and European Society of Anesthesiology, Brussels. He is a regular invited reviewer for peer reviewed journals (> 30) including Annals of Neurology, Plos One, Anesthesiology, BJA, Anaesthesia & Analgesia, Neuroscience, JBFM, Critical Care Medicine, Critical Care, Stroke, Paediatric Research, Journal of Neurochemistry, Resuscitation and etc. He is a grant reviewer for Swiss National Science Foundation, The Ministry of Science, Education, Sports of the Republic of Croatia and NSFC, China and Wellcome Trust, UK. He has been supervising more than 10 PhD students.
He is a Board Member of British Journal of Anaesthesia and a council member of Anaesthetic Research Society (UK). He is also an expert panel member of French Evaluation Agency for Research and Higher Eduction (AERES), France. He is an editorial member of Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology, Forum Anaesthesia & Monitoring and Chinese Journal of Anesthesiology and is a regular overseas consultant of Chinese Society of Anaesthesiology. He is also vice-president of Chinese Life Scientists Society of UK. Dr. Ma’s research has been recognized by public media including the news paper of Telegraph.