Quen Mok

Dr Quen Mok is an expert in paediatric and neonatal intensive care, having worked as a Consultant Intensivist at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) since 1993. She has seen the PICU build up from eight beds with three consultants, to the largest PICU in UK.


Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care:

  • Dr Mok has special interests in neonatology, airway and respiratory problems, and renal support in critically ill patients.

Clinical specialties:


  • 1983 Diploma in Child Health (London).
  • 1985 Member of the Royal College of Physicians, United Kingdom.
  • 1985 Member of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland.


  • Paediatrics – Major teaching hospitals in London.
  • Neonatology  University College Hospital and St George's Hospital, London UK.
  • Paediatric Intensive Care  Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Cardiac Intensive Care  Brompton Hospital, London, Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne.

Membership of learned societies

  1. Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, elected fellow 1997.
  2. Royal College of Physicians, UK, elected fellow 2002.
  3. Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, elected fellow 1999.
  4. Paediatric Intensive Care Society.
  5. European Society of Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care.
  6. Thames Regional Perinatal Group.
  7. Neonatal Society.
  8. British Medical Association.
  9. Royal Society of Medicine.

Significant interest in education and training 

  1. Examiner in the Masters programme at the UCL Institute of Child Health.
  2. External examiner in Masters in Paediatrics in Malaysia.
  3. Training Programme Director, lead for faculty development subgroup in the London Deanery School of Paediatrics.
  4. Interim Director of Medical Education at GOSH.

Research Interests

  • Infections in children in PICU with central lines NIHR HTA grant 2011 (CATCH – CATheter infections in CHildren).
  • Surfactant protein genetic mutation testing in neonates with respiratory failure.
  • NIDUS – Newcastle Infant Dialysis Ultrafiltration system NIHR EME grant 2015.



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