Martin Shaw

Principal Clinical Physicist,
NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

Honorary Lecturer,
School of Medicine, University of Glasgow

Dr Martin Shaw is a Principal Clinical Physicist working for the Department of Clinical Physics and Bioengineering in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS Trust. He is Head of the Anaesthesia Physics section which focuses on finding novel technical solutions to complex clinical problems. He holds degrees in Mathematics and Clinical Physics from the University of Glasgow. His primary research area is in mathematical modelling of cerebral haemodynamics and more specifically cerebral autoregulation. He is one of the co-founders of the cerebral autoregulation network (, a research group interested in sharing techniques, ideas and data relating to cerebral autoregulation and is on the steering group for the network.

CHART-ADAPT: Connecting Healthcare And Research Through A Data Analysis Provisioning Technology

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Improving Decision Support for Treating Arterial Hypotension in Adult Patients During their Management in Intensive Care

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Remote Positional Monitoring of Critical Care Patients

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