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Hafeez Rajwani

Hafeez Rajwani MSc

Anesthesia, Critical Care

Hafeez Rajwani worked with the United Nations before graduating medical school with distinction at the University of London. He earned his master’s degree, first class, from the University of Oxford in experimental and translational therapeutics. After anesthesia training at the University of Iowa, he did his fellowship in critical care in the Mass General Brigham system at Harvard.

A published and awarded academic, he has experience in clinical trial design – which has been applied especially to septic shock and the anesthesia of consciousness and cognition.

Areas of Expertise

  • Consulting for clinical/research operations
  • Education
  • Health technology implementation
  • Medical writing
  • Research and development


  • MBBS with Distinction, St George’s University of London
  • MSc in Experimental and Translational Therapeutics, University of Oxford
  • Anesthesia, University of Iowa
  • Critical Care, Mass General Brigham, Harvard Medical School

  • HSBC Scholar, 2012
  • ABN Annual Meeting’s Top Presentation, 2016
  • St George’s Distinction in Medicine, 2017
  • Carver College of Medicine Innovation Grant, 2020
  • University of Iowa Anesthesia Grant, 2020
  • Excellence in Resident Physician Teaching, 2021

  • Progressive Supranuclear Palsy in the Elderly in a District General Hospital (2016)
  • Multiple Cannulation for Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation, and When to Convert Between Modes (2019)
  • The Use of a Double-Lumen Endotracheal Tube Postoperatively in the ICU to Protect One Unaffected Lung from Edema in the Other (2021)
  • A Delayed Tamponade Masquerading as a STEMI One Week Post-CABG (2023)
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Septic Shock (‘HYPOTHESIS’): a single-center, open-label, paired, non-randomized Phase I study (in preparation)
  • Electroencephalographic Algorithms to Garner Evidence for Recovery (‘EAGER’), to predict outcomes in post-cardiac arrest ICU patients (ongoing)

  • Validating a novel technique for localizing the pre-central gyrus on axial CT scans of the head – Atkinson Morley Hospital, 2016
  • Assisting in planning Dex-CSDH, a Phase III multicenter RCT – University of Cambridge, 2017
  • Updating a chapter on multimodality monitoring in neurocritical care for the textbook ‘Head Injury’ – University of Cambridge, 2017
  • Compiling a database of tuberculum sellae meningiomas – University of Cambridge, 2017
  • Developing lipid coatings for oncolytic adenovirus vectors to enhance delivery and uptake – University of Oxford, 2018
  • Analyzing the impact of false negative perioperative SARS-CoV-2 screening – University of Iowa Hospital, 2020