Iain Michael Jocelyn Mackenzie
I received my undergraduate training at the University of Saint Andrews and graduated in 1985 with a BSc (Hons) in Experimental Pathology having stayed on for a fourth year to complete a short piece of research on murine bone marrow transplantation. I completed my clinical training at the University of Oxford in 1988. I received postgraduate clinical training in both general internal medicine (MRCP) and then anaesthesia (FRCA), as well as completing a doctoral thesis on ‘Human Septic Shock and Endogenous Nitric Oxide Production’. As a consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine I continued to develop my research interests in two main fields – the dysregulation of glycaemic control in critical illness, and methods of managing severe lung injury. I have published a number of papers in these fields and edited a textbook on mechanical ventilation.
I joined InterSystems in 2014 as a Physician Executive and since joining have been involved in the design and implementation of internal processes required to meet the English clinical safety standard DCB0129.
My hobbies include photography and scuba diving.