Dr Zudin Puthucheary

National Institute for Health Research Fellow in Respiratory and Critical Care

Professional Biography

Dr Zudin Puthucheary is a National Institute for Health Research Fellow in Respiratory and Critical Care, Clinical Lecturer at the UCL Institute for Human Health and Performance, and leads the multi-centre MUSCLE study on acute sarcopenia. Currently an Associate Principle Researcher at UCL, he is based at the ISEH and his interests are in clinical and laboratory muscle physiology.

Zudin graduated from Nottingham University in 1997, and moved to London post MRCP in 2000. Following a 3-year stint in Sydney, he started his Respiratory training in Bristol, before completing his critical care training in London. His PhD and research interests are in muscle wasting, and over time has won awards from the European Society’s of Intensive Care Medicine and Anesthesia, the British Thoracic Society, the Intensive Care Society, and was recently named a Global Rising Star by the Australia and New Zealand Intensive Care Society. He is currently a Consultant and Assistant Professor at National University Health Systems, Singapore.