Following the success of the QLD Clinical Sciences Symposium in March, we’re excited to be back with an evening forum for medical students, junior doctors, PhD students, and the general public focusing on the intersection of clinical medicine and science.

The Clinical Sciences Forum aims to start a dialogue about Australia’s biggest health problems, and how they are best tackled by combining medicine with research. Alumni from the UQ MD-PhD program will also share perspectives on their journeys along the clinician-scientist pathway.

NEXT EVENT: 23rd August 2018, 5:30-7:30pm, TRI, Main Auditorium.
The event is FREE, with dinner included.

SPEAKER: Professor Harvey Whiteford MBBS MPH PhD FAHMS – “Reducing the burden of mental health – the role of doctors”

Harvey Whiteford is an international expert on mental illness. As the World Bank’s first consultant psychiatrist, a clinician-scientist, national and international health policy advisor, medical leader and teacher, Harvey works across the continuum of translational medicine to reduce the burden of mental illness on our society.

If you have any questions, please email [email protected].