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David Lambert trained as a Biologist then did PhD in Diabetes Research (1987). This was followed by Post-doctoral ‘conversion’ to Pharmacology in Leicester, after which he then moved to Anaesthesia Dept in Leicester in 1991 where he has since been Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Reader and Full Professor.
His anaesthetic research interests are predominantly related to peptides and their receptors with emphasis on opioids/pain, cannabinoids and anaesthesia and lately the cardiovascular peptide urotensin II. He has ~250 publications (excluding abstracts) with h-index 35. Publications include book in 3rd edition and one patent.
He has been awarded Humphry Davy medal, an eponymous chair and Fellowship by election by Royal College of Anaesthetists. Other awards include AAGBI Foundation award. He is currently Administration Director BJA; Grants officer National Institute for Academic Anaesthesia and the Editor: Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine (Pharmacology section).