Professor Elizabeth Elliot: Unexpected rewards for the clinician-scientist – a journey from the lab to Wangkatjungka, Christmas Island and Dien Bien Phu.
Professor Matthew Kiernan speaks at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
Professor Vlado Perkovic speaks at our Life as a Clinician-Scientist NSW event in 2021.
Professor Steve Vuviv chairs a question and answer session at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event. Professor Vlado Perkovic and Professor Elizabeth Elliott responded to questions from our online audience.
Dr Ameneh Khatami discusses her career so far at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
Professor David Le Couteur on research and life as a clinician-scientist at our NSW event.
Chair: Professor Louise Baur Panellists: Professor Georgina Long Professor Henry Pleass Associate Professor Nick Wood Associate Professor Parvathi Menon Associate Professor Hasantha Gunasekera Recorded at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
A/Professor Farrar discusses paediatric neurology and her career path at the 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
Professor Chow discusses creativity in research at our 2021 NSW Life as a clinician-scientist event.
Learn how our early and mid-career panel members got into research and the challenges and successes they have encountered. The panel discussion was part of the NSW LACS event in Sydney in 2019. This panel includes: Associate Professor Tri Phan; Dr Vita Birzniece; Dr Vincent Ho; and Dr Tom Guy.
Professor Louise Baur: How I went from clinical physiology to global health public policy without even realising it (2019)
Professor Louise Baur looks back over her career and the pathways that led her to becoming a bariatric paediatrician. She also talks about ways of treating those affected by obesity and the best prevention strategies. Presented at the NSW LACS event in Sydney in 2019.
Professor Gemma Figtree: Lessons from across the world and getting to the heart of disease mechanisms (2019)
Professor Gemma Figtree discusses her career in cardiology, the places it has taken her, explains some of her major career decisions and how she combined fundamental research with clinical training. She also offers advice about the best timing to undertake a PhD. Presented at the NSW LACS event in Sydney in 2019.
Professor Carolyn Sue: Being a scientist is in the DNA of every clinician and how to build a research question (2019)
Professor Carolyn Sue discusses her career highlights and areas of research and also provides advice about how to build a research question. Professor Sue is an international expert in mitochondrial disease and movement disorders. She established the Centre of Excellence for Parkinson’s disease and Movement Disorders at Royal North Shore Hospital in 2011. Presented […]
Associate Professor Gayle Fischer: Building a clinical academic career and department with what you have (2019)
Associate Professor Gayle Fischer and dermatologist talks the audience through how to build a research career with virtually no funding. She also discusses the upside and downside of being a clinician-scientist. Presented at the NSW LACS event in Sydney 2019.
Professor Mark Harris: How might a clinician scientist be best placed to reshape primary care? (2019)
Professor Mark Harris shares his personal experiences as a clinician-researcher throughout his life and the journey he has gone on. Professor Harris also shares some lessons he has learnt about being a clinician-scientist. Professor Harris has a focus on the prevention and management chronic diseases especially diabetes cardiovascular disease, in primary care. He also conducts […]
Professor Peter McCluskey: Getting the red out – 35 years of research scleritis research as a clinician-scientist (2019)
Professor Peter McCluskey shares his story about how he came to be a clinician-scientist in the field of ophthalmology. Presented at the NSW LACS event in Sydney in 2019.
Cancer researcher and AAHMS Fellow Professor Georgina Long AO has been recognised with the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences inaugural Outstanding Female Researcher Medal. Read more: https://aahms.org/news/cancer-researcher-wins-inaugural-outstanding-female-researcher-medal/
Professor Carol Pollock on why clinical work is enhanced by research and how it can lead to a more fulfilling career. She also discusses the initial challenges of undertaking research work and why diversification can lead to greater career satisfaction. She is speaking at a NSW Life as Clinician-Scientist event in 2019.
Associate Professor Jonathan Karpelowsky covers a range of topics in his talk, such as how being a clinician helps him be a better surgeon, and his top tips for delivering a great talk to share your science and your story.