Professor Rainer, Timothy Hudson
Timothy Rainer is a Professor of Emergency Medicine. Since graduating in 1986 from the University of Wales College of Medicine, he has established an Accident and Emergency Medicine Academic Unit at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (1996 – 2015) and an Emergency Medicine Academic Unit at Cardiff University (2015 – 2018). On 1st October 2020 he was appointed as Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine and Head of the Emergency Medicine Unit in the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine at The University of Hong Kong.
His practical, translational research includes clinical and molecular-based diagnostic and risk-stratification markers and pathways, applied haemodynamics, clinical trials and systems analysis. He continues to investigate roles for circulating nucleic acids and non-invasive haemodynamics in acute illness and injury. He has also developed two Masters of Science programmes, two Post-graduate Diploma programmes and an intercalated Bachelors of Science programme. He has supervised and trained over 150 post-graduate students including PhD/MD students.
|1983||University of Wales||BSc(Hons) Medical Biochemistry|
|1986||University of Wales||MBBCh|
|1990||Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom||MRCP|
|1997||General Medical Council||European Specialist Medical Qualification (Accident and Emergency Medicine)|
|1998||Hong Kong College of Emergency Medicine||FHKCEM|
|1998||Hong Kong Academy of Medicine||FHKAM (Emergency Medicine)|
|2001||University of Wales||MD|
|2003||The Medical Council of Hong Kong||Hong Kong Specialist Registration (Accident and Emergency Medicine)|
|2004||Royal College of Emergency Medicine||FRCEM|
|2005||Royal College of Physicians of Glasgow||FRCP (Glasg)|
|2005||Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh||FRCS (Edin)|
|2012||Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh||FRCP (Edin)|
|2012||International Federation for Emergency Medicine||FIFEM|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|12/2020 - 12/2023||Honorary Consultant in the Department of Accident & Emergency||Queen Mary Hospital|
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