Matthieu Komorowski, MD

Locum Consultant in Intensive Care, Charing Cross Hospital, London, UK;
PhD student, Dept of Surgery and Cancer & Dept of Bioengineering, Imperial College London, UK;
Visiting Scholar, Laboratory of Computational Physiology, Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology, USA

Dr Matthieu Komorowski holds full board certification in anesthesiology and critical care in both France and the UK.

After completing a Master of Research in Biomedical Engineering at Imperial College London (with Distinction), he now pursues a PhD in Medicine and Bioengineering, funded by an Imperial College PhD scholarship (1.5% success rate). In his research, he applies artificial intelligence techniques to build the next generation of decision support systems for critical care with a specific focus on sepsis. He was awarded in 2016 the first prize of Research and Innovation by the British Royal Society of Medicine.

In 2016/2017 he was a visiting scholar at the Laboratory for Computational Physiology at Harvard-MIT Division of Health Science and Technology (Professors Roger Mark and Leo Anthony Celi). He co-authored and co-edited an MIT textbook on healthcare data analytics which was downloaded over 250,000 times. He lectured for the MIT course HST953 "Secondary Analysis of Healthcare records" which and Harvard course CS282 "Reinforcement learning in Healthcare".

He was previously a research fellow at the European Space Agency and holds additional qualifications in space, mountain, diving and hyperbaric medicine. He worked with the NASA Human Research Program and developed simplified anesthesia protocols for future space exploration missions. This research was featured across the media, including CNN, the BBC, the Huffington Post, Wired, the Telegraph, the European Society of Anaesthesiology, among others.

His research objectives and career goals evolve around the vision of a learning healthcare system, embedded with intelligent tools that assist physicians making more optimal decisions and saving lives.