We are bringing our hugely successful Life as a Clinician Scientist (LACS) events series to Perth in October 2019!
This event will help you navigate and shape your role in research as a health professional. Hear from some of the country’s most highly regarded clinician scientists about how the unique combination of clinical medicine and science allows them to work with patients and take their insights from the bedside to answer fundamental scientific questions, and then translate them back to improve patient care. Speakers confirmed so far include:
- Professor David Mackey AO FAHMS
- Professor Christobel Saunders AO FAHMS
- Professor Ingrid Scheffer AO FRS FAA FAHMS
- Professor Fiona Wood AM FAHMS
If you are a medical/health student, JMO, registrar, or other health trainee, or even if you have already started your research career, and you want to know more about research – this event is for you. Find out how to take the first steps into research and then how to build this into a career with a difference.
Whether you are searching for a research project, angling to make yourself more competitive for a selective training program, or seeking to translate your work into a publication, poster, or platform, this symposium will provide the tools and insights needed to succeed as a clinician scientist.
Not sure it’s for you? Don’t take our word for it – listen to previous attendees:
“It was perfect”
“This was so inspiring and enjoyable”
“The speakers provided me with great insights into the pathways into clinical research”
During morning tea and lunch, you can network with our speakers, panel members and other attendees, providing an incredible opportunity to find out more about a particular field, and perhaps even meet your mentor or find that next step on your pathway to life as a clinician scientist.
Please note this page relates to our WESTERN AUSTRALIA event on 12 October 2019. For the VICTORIA event on the 19 October 2019, please contact [email protected].
We are most grateful to our platinum sponsors, without whom this event would not be possible: