Dr Daniel Stubbs
Trainee Representative

I am the trainee representative to the NACCS council, currently undertaking specialist training in the East of England with an interest in neuroanaesthesia (especially in the elderly), perioperative medicine, and neurocritical care.

I graduated from the University of Oxford in 2010 with an intercalated degree in myocardial and respiratory physiology and commenced specialist training in Anaesthesia in 2012. In 2017 I was awarded a clinician PhD training fellowship by the Wellcome Trust and completed an MPhil in Epidemiology (2019) before commencing a PhD jointly based in the Departments of engineering and anaesthesia at the University of Cambridge. My research involves the analysis of routinely collected electronic healthcare data for the purposes of understanding and improving the complex systems that govern perioperative care for older patients. As part of this work, I have been involved in initiating multidisciplinary regional and national initiatives to better understand and improve the care of patients with chronic subdural haematoma.