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Title

Research Fellow

Contact

School of Engineering
University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL
T:   024 7657 3542
E:   Anup.Das@warwick.ac.uk

Research Interests

Systems Medicine
Developing computational models to better understand various aspects of pulmonary and cardiovascular pathophysiology. Specific applications include:
  • Modeling physiology of critically ill patients suffering from Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, etc.
  • Investigation of critical safety and efficacy questions with respect to mechanical ventilation in the Intensive Care for Adults, Pediatrics, and Neonates
  • Patient-specific simulation technologies to be implemented in the Intensive Care Unit
  • Modeling and simulation in the drug development process to inform crucial decisions such as dosing, drug interaction, etc.
  • Design protocols to test investigative and therapeutic maneuvers such as fluid resuscitation, and ventilator strategies, in emergency and critical care scenarios such as blast lung injury.

Biography

Anup successfully completed a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering at the University of Exeter in 2012 and joined the department as an associate research fellow. Since 2013, he has been a post-doctoral research associate in the School of Engineering at the University of Warwick.
Anup has worked on collaborative projects with various academic and industrial bodies including the University of Nottingham, University College London, Bayer Pharmaceuticals, Fisher and Paykel, Medtronic, Ministry of Defence, among others.
Anup was born in India and completed his schooling in London. He attended Richmond upon Thames College in London to study A Levels in Maths, Further Maths and Physics. He subsequently achieved a first class with honours MEng degree in Electronic and Software Engineering from the University of Leicester in 2007. He is fluent in multiple languages including English, Hindi, and Malayalam. He is a member of the IEEE and WMAHSN.

Research Projects

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Publications

Journals
  • Das, Anup, Camporota, Luigi, Hardman, Jonathan G., Bates, Declan G., 2019. What links ventilator driving pressure with survival in the acute respiratory distress syndrome? A computational study. Respiratory Research, 20 (1), View
  • Saffaran, Sina, Wang, Wenfei, Das, Anup, Schmitt, Walter, Becker-Pelster, Eva-Maria, Hardman, Jonathan G., Weimann, Gerrit, Bates, Declan, 2018. Inhaled sGC modulator can lower PH in patients with COPD without deteriorating oxygenation. CPT: pharmacometrics & systems pharmacology, View
  • Haque, Mainul, Das, Anup, Scott, Timothy E., Bates, Declan, Hardman, J. G., 2018. Primary blast lung injury simulator : a new computerised model. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, View
  • Das, Anup, Haque, Mainul, Chikhani, Marc, Cole, Oana, Wang, Wenfei, Hardman, Jonathan G., Bates, Declan, 2017. Hemodynamic effects of lung recruitment maneuvers in acute respiratory distress syndrome. BMC Pulmonary Medicine, 17, View
  • Chikhani, M., Das, Anup, Haque, M., Wang, Wenjie, Bates, Declan, Hardman, J. G., 2016. High PEEP in ARDS : quantitative evaluation between improved oxygenation and decreased oxygen delivery. British Journal of Anaesthesia, 117 (5), pp. 650-658, View
  • Chikhani, M., Das, Anup, Haque, M., Wang, Wenfei, Bates, Declan G., Hardman, J. G., 2016. High PEEP in acute respiratory distress syndrome: quantitative evaluation between improved arterial oxygenation and decreased oxygen delivery. British Journal of Anaesthesia, 117 (5), pp. 650-658, View
  • Das, Anup, Cole, Oana, Chikhani, Marc, Wang, Wenfei, Ali, Tayyba, Haque, Mainul, Bates, Declan, Hardman, Jonathan G., 2015. Evaluation of lung recruitment maneuvers in acute respiratory distress syndrome using computer simulation. Critical Care, Volume 19 (Number 1), View

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