Fang is Professor of Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain, Consultant Anaesthetist and Intensivist.
Fang graduated from Beijing University in China with a degree in Medicine and Surgery. She completed a PhD on pathophysiology of ARDS, Department of Anaesthesiology, the 1st University Hospital, Beijing University, then started post-doctoral training in the UK in 1989.
She trained as Anaesthetist and Intensivist at University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, Hammersmith Hospital and Royal Brompton Hospital, London. She completed her MD research project in Hammersmith Hospital on brain injury following cardiopulmonary bypass surgery in 1997.
Fang’s research team has expertise in pre-clinical, translational and clinical research in perioperative and critical care medicine. Fang has published over 150 research papers, editorials, review articles and book chapters, in the field of critical care medicine and anaesthesia, and largely in clinical research on the topics of sepsis, ADRS and pain. Her research is mainly supported by grants from the NIHR, MRC and NIAA.
Fang’s team have now obtained the status of a complete NIHR Academic pathway in Anaesthesia with NIHR Clinician Scientist, NIHR Post-Doctoral Fellowship, NIHR Clinical Lecturer and NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship.