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The MICA Project is coordinated by renowned professionals in the field of intensive care in Belgium who work with best practices and disseminate knowledge to the evolution of critical care in the country. Meet the Coordinators participating in the MICA Project:
Professor Kirsten Colpaert is an anesthesiology trained intensivist with a specific interest in quality improvement through information technology, which was also the focus of her PhD. She works at the Surgical Intensive Care unit of Ghent University Hospital in Belgium since 2001, and is also responsible ICU physician for the Burn Unit. Clinical interests are neuro-ICU and burn patients. She is member of the board of the Society of Intensive Care, as well as the Belgian Association of Burn Injuries in Belgium. She is co-founder of the MATRIC, which is an interuniversity database for ICU, and the MICA.
Graduated in Medicine (1976) and in Internal Medicine (1981) and obtained his PhD (1990) from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Brussels, Belgium. He is now certified in internal medicine and intensive care. He spent most of his career in the Department of Intensive Care of the Erasme Hospital, Brussels. His main clinical topics of interest are respiratory failure, electrolytes and acid-base disorders, and clinical data collection and analysis. He collaborates with the Laboratory of Physiology of the ULB, where he studied the pulmonary circulation and its effects on pulmonary gas exchange and right ventricular function. He signed more than 100 peer-reviewed papers in major physiological and clinical journals. He has been professor of intensive care and of physiology for more than 10 years. He is member of the National Committee on Biomedical Engineering (Academy of Sciences), and chairman of the Intensive Care College (Ministry of Public Health).
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