Professor Myles outlines his career and how he became a clinician-scientist. He also discusses how to design a trial.
Discover how our early and mid-career panel members got into research, the challenges and successes they have encountered and what motivates them. Panellists included: Dr Ruth Mitchell Dr Joseph Doyle Dr Kirsten Perrett Associate Professor Justin Denholm This panel discussion was part of the LACS VIC 2018 event and was chaired by Professor Ingrid Scheffer.
Professor Robyn Guymer outlines how spending time with the patient can focus the research question. She explains how being a ‘simple clinician’ can really have a big impact on patient outcomes. Presented at the LACS event in Melbourne in 2018.
Professor Christodoulou shares his expertise in engaging an audience. Learn how to correctly pitch to your audience, prepare visually interesting slides, use humour, acknowledge collaborators and funding sources, and finish with a conclusion. Presentation delivered at the LACS event in Melbourne in 2018.
Associate Professor Denholm on how you can have fun while reading and interpreting scientific literature. Presented at the LACS event in Melbourne in 2018.
Clinician-scientists have so many opportunities to make a difference. Professor Jane Gunn just says “go for it” – and here’s how she did. She is a general practitioner, speaking in Melbourne in 2018.
Professor Fiona Wood: My journey as a clinician-scientist – the life long impact of burn injuries (2018)
Professor Fiona Wood gets up in the morning to be the best she can be – she describes how you can bring your A game to work every day as a clinician-scientist. She is a surgeon, speaking in Melbourne in 2018.
Professor Shitij Kapur wants to tell you how the world can open up for you as a clinician-scientist – and the opportunities and rewards that come along the way. He is a psychiatrist, speaking in Melbourne in 2018.