Find out how our early and mid-career panel members got into research, the challenges and successes they have encountered and what motivates them. The panel included: Dr Ken Meyers; Dr Kylie Mason; Dr Peter van Wijngaarden; and Professor Michelle Leech. The early and mid-career panel discussion was part of the LACS VIC 2016 event
Dr Glenn Begley: how can a clinician-scientist also be a bioentrepreneur and a science sleuth? (2018)
Dr Glenn Begley poses the important questions – how can a clinician-scientist also be a bioentrepeneur and a science sleuth? His talk covers why getting involved in research is important; his personal perspectives on Australian training; his lessons for a professional life outside of clinical medicine; delivering to patients and the challenges to the partnership […]
Professor Andrew Cuthbertson shares his story as a clinician-scientist, and the important work that they do at CSL.
Professor Ingrid Scheffer wants to tell you how you can take medicine and science to the next level – as a clinician-scientist. She is a paediatric neurologist, speaking in Melbourne in 2016.
Professor Kate Drummond: Why bother with surgical research when you can spend all day operating? (2016)
Neurosurgeon Professor Kate Drummond on why it’s important for surgeons to pursue research.
Professor Rinaldo Bellomo explains how to select a research question and most importantly, how to structure a research question. His entertaining presentation provides lots of practical advice about how to do this.
Obstetrics and gynaecology Professor Euan Wallace discusses how to give a great presentation – an important skill for clinician-scientists.
Co-inventor of the cervical cancer vaccine, and our inaugural president, Professor Ian Frazer talks about why he became a clinician-scientist. He is speaking at our Victorian event in 2016.
Professor Melissa Little: How to write a paper – tips and tricks for getting your research published (2016)
Professor Melissa Little shares her secrets on how to write a paper and provides tips and tricks for getting your research published. She is a scientist and academic, speaking in Melbourne in 2016.