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    The International Society for Aerosols in Medicine

    Stephan Ehrmann, MD, PhD


    Stephan Ehrmann, MD, PhD

    Currently professor of critical care medicine at the intensive care unit of Tours university hospital and researcher at the research center for respiratory disease, national institute for health and biomedical research, INSERM UMR 1100, at Tours University, both in France, Stephan completed a PhD thesis at Paris-Est University in Paris after completing training in critical care in Tours and medical school at the University of Montpellier. He spend several parts of training abroad, in Germany at the University of Heidelberg during medical school and in Spain at the Hospital Sant Pau intensive care unit of Barcelona during critical care training. Research activities of Pr Ehrmann focus on aerosol delivery to critically ill patients undergoing invasive and noninvasive respiratory support. He performed large scale observational studies and international surveys to document the current state of practice, performed pharmacokinetic studies of inhaled antibiotics in intubated animals and patients as well as aerosol delivery during nasal high flow therapy.

    Currently he is coordinating a national multicentric randomized trial on prophylactic inhaled antibiotic therapy in ventilated patients. Pr Ehrmann served as chair of the epidemiology and research commission of the French intensive care society, he currently is general secretary of the French national college of critical care teaching, he coordinates the residents inter-regional critical care curriculum for west of France. This active involvement in in clinical work, teaching and research gives Pr Ehrmann a translational view on all aspects of aerosol use in the critical care environment, he authored numerous reviews, original research articles and book chapters.