Registrations have now closed. This event is strictly ticketed and only registered eligible ticket holders may attend in person.
COVID guidelines will be followed at this event, including mask-wearing. Find information about current Victorian COVID-19 restrictions here, or download a restrictions table here. This event has been registered with the Victorian Government.
– Each attendee is asked to do a symptom self-assessment prior to leaving home and not attend if they are unwell or have been instructed to isolate or quarantine. Find the assessment here.
– Attendees must maintain at least 1.5m physical distance between those from other groups at all times.
– To minimise movement, attendees must stay within their allocated spaces or seats where practical.
– Requirements for face covering, observe cough etiquette and personal hygiene measures – see government guidelines linked above.
Learn more about the inspiring careers of clinician-scientists at our 2021 Life as a Clinician-Scientist Victorian event. This one-day symposium for biomedical, medical and clinical students, junior doctors, clinical trainees, and PhD/honours students focuses on the intersection between clinical medicine and science.
The in-person and online event will feature experienced clinician-scientists from several institutes and universities. If you’re curious about maximising the impact of research discoveries to benefit healthcare, this event is the place to find out more.
- Professor Kathryn North AO FAHMS, Director, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, David Danks Professor of Child Health Research at The University of Melbourne, paediatric neurologist
- Professor Stephen O’Leary FAHMS, ENT surgeon, William Gibson Chair In Otolaryngology, University of Melbourne
- Professor Rachelle Buchbinder AO FAHMS, rheumatologist, Monash University & Cabrini Health
- Professor Alex Hewitt, ophthalmologist, University of Tasmania
- Professor Eric Morand, Head of the School of Clinical Sciences, Monash University
- Associate Professor Margie Danchin, paediatrician and Group Leader Vaccine Uptake, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
- Professor Allen Cheng, infectious diseases physician, Monash University
- Professor Piero Perucca, neurologist, University of Melbourne and Austin Health
- Mr Dan Croagh, hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgeon
- Associate Professor Jake Shortt, haematologist
- Dr Jessica Howell, gastroenterologist
- Dr Penelope Bryant, paediatric infectious disease physician and general paediatrician
Watch videos of speakers at our previous events, including presentations from our President Professor Ingrid Scheffer, and cervical cancer vaccine co-inventor Professor Ian Frazer