Professor Marcus Schultz
Honorary Visiting Research Fellow in Critical Care
Prof. Dr. Marcus J. Schultz completed his medical degree cum laude (with distinction) and residency in internal medicine at the University of Amsterdam and the Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He obtained his doctorate at the same university.
Prof. Schultz is currently an intensivist and one of the Principal Investigators of the Academic Medical Center and professor of Intensive Care Medicine at University of Amsterdam. For 10 years, he was co–chair of the ‘Laboratory of Experimental Intensive Care and Anaesthesiology’ (L·E·I·C·A), a university–based laboratory specialized in translational research in the filed of mechanical ventilation. He is a founding member of the ‘PROtective VEntilation Network’ (PROVENet), a worldwide collaboration of intensivists and anaesthesiologist in ventilation research and lung protection.
Marcus Schultz has performed over 60 clinical trials, published numerous articles in medical journals and various chapters in scientific books, has received several research awards, and serves as a reviewer and editor of numerous international medical journals.
His main research interests are in the area of lung injury, pneumonia and mechanical ventilation. Marcus Schultz initiated several studies focusing on mechanical ventilation settings during general anaesthesia for surgery. Marcus Schultz initiated national and international projects aiming at implementation of intensive care unit strategies in daily critical care practice in high–income countries as well as in resource–limited ICUs in middle– and low–income countries (Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and Brazil).
Low tidal volume ventilation is associated with mortality in COVID-19 patients-Insights from the PRoVENT-COVID study.
Nijbroek SGLH. et al, (2022), Journal of critical care, 70
Clinical characteristics, physiological features, and outcomes associated with hypercapnia in patients with acute hypoxemic respiratory failure due to COVID-19---insights from the PRoVENT-COVID study.
Tsonas AM. et al, (2022), Journal of critical care, 69
Associations of dynamic driving pressure and mechanical power with postoperative pulmonary complications–posthoc analysis of two randomised clinical trials in open abdominal surgery
Schuijt MTU. et al, (2022), eClinicalMedicine, 47
Effect of Automated Closed-loop ventilation versus convenTional VEntilation on duration and quality of ventilation in critically ill patients (ACTiVE) - study protocol of a randomized clinical trial.
Botta M. et al, (2022), Trials, 23
Closed-loop oxygen control improves oxygen therapy in acute hypoxemic respiratory failure patients under high flow nasal oxygen: a randomized cross-over study (the HILOOP study).
Roca O. et al, (2022), Critical care (London, England), 26