Andrea Rossetto

Clinical Research Fellow


I joined C4TS in February 2018 as a Research assistant shortly after the completion of my MBBS in Italy. Following a brief clinical experience, I took my current position as Clinical Research Fellow in 2019 and registered as a PhD student in early 2020.



My research focus is on the role of platelet transfusion in correcting acute traumatic coagulopathy in bleeding trauma patients and the potential haemostatic benefit related to the use of cold-stored platelets. Additionally, I am interested in the impact of hypofibrinolysis on the development of microvascular thrombosis and multi-organ failure after injury and have worked on multiple projects related to point-of-care diagnostics.

As part of my C4TS appointments, I act as leading fellow for the ACITII and QIT studies, help supervising medical students attending the TSCIPP programme and hold the traumatic brain injury module of the Neuroscience and Experimental Pathology iBSc.



·  Marsden, M., Benger, J., Brohi, K., Curry, N., Foley, C., Green, L., Lucas, J., et al. (2019), “Coagulopathy, cryoprecipitate and CRYOSTAT-2: realising the potential of a nationwide trauma system for a national clinical trial”, British Journal of Anaesthesia, Elsevier Ltd, Vol. 122 No. 2, pp. 164–169.

·  Marsden, M.E.R., Rossetto, A., Duffield, C.A.B., Woolley, T.G.D., Buxton, W.P., Steynberg, S., Bagga, R., et al. (2019), “Prehospital tranexamic acid shortens the interval to administration by half in Major Trauma Networks: A service evaluation”, Emergency Medicine Journal, BMJ Publishing Group, Vol. 36 No. 7, pp. 395–400.

·   Marsden, M.E.R., Vulliamy, P.E.D., Carden, R., Naumann, D.N., Davenport, R.A., Nnajiuba, H.O., Perkins, Z., et al. (2021), “Trauma Laparotomy in the UK: A Prospective National Service Evaluation”, Journal of the American College of Surgeons, Vol. 233 No. 3, pp. 383-394.e1.

·  Rossetto, A., Vulliamy, P., Lee, K.M., Brohi, K. and Davenport, R. (2021), “Temporal Transitions in Fibrinolysis after Trauma: Adverse Outcome Is Principally Related to Late Hypofibrinolysis”, Anesthesiology, No. Xxx, pp. 1–14.


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