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Anesthesiologist , educator

Brian James Pollard, British anesthesiologist, educator. FRCA Royal College Anaesthetists, 1991. Grantee Study grant, Health Technology Association, 1999, Research grant, Department Health United Kingdom, 2001.


Pollard, Brian James was born on August 30, 1949 in Nottingham, England. Son of James Henry and Audrey May Pollard.


B Pharm, University London, 1972. Bachelor of Medicine ChB, University Sheffield, England, 1977. Doctor of Medicine, University Sheffield, England, 1991.


Senior house officer in anesthesia Nottingham Area Teaching Hospitals, 1978—1980, registrar in anesthesia, 1980—1982. Lecturer in anesthesia University Nottingham, 1982—1983. Instructor in anesthesiology University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1983—1984.

Senior registrar in anesthesia Manchester Regional Hospitals, England, 1984—1985. Senior lecturer in anesthesia University Manchester, 1985—1996, professor of anesthesia England, since 1996. Examiner Royal College of Anesthetists, London, since 1990.


  • FRCA Royal College Anaesthetists, 1991.


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  • Other Work

    • Author: (Book) Anesthesia for Uncommon Diseases, 1989. Editor: Applied Neuromuscular Pharmacology, 1994, Handbook of Clinical Anesthesia, 2003. Editor-in-chief (Journal) Current Anesthesia and Critical Care, 1989—2003, European Journal Anesthesiology, since 2004.


Member council Association Anesthetists, London, 1996—2000. Member of Royal Society Medicine (president-elect since 2004), Anesthesia Research Society (member council 1990-1992), European Academy Anesthesiologists (member senate and executive committees), European Society Anesthesiology, Romanian Society Anesthetists (life) (honorary), American Society Anesthesiologists (associate).


  • Other Interests

    Gardening, travel.


Married Claire Kathleen Candelier, July 1985 (divorced 2004). Children: Kathryn, Christine, Alexander.

James Henry

Audrey May Pollard

Claire Kathleen Candelier

Christine Pollard

Alexander Pollard

Kathryn Pollard