Panel: Building a career in translational research – perspectives across career stages (2022)
Dr Rob Ellis, Professor Mark Midwinter, Associate Professor Dylan Flaws and Dr Andrea Henden joined the 2022 Queensland Clinical Sciences Symposium – Life as a Clinician-Scientist panel to discuss the different pathways to building a career in translational research. Chair: Professor David Whiteman AM FAHMS Speakers: Dr Rob Ellis (Physician) A/ Prof Dylan Flaws (Psychiatry) […]
Professor Frank Gannon: Getting to grips with the literature – how to get the most from a paper (2022)
Professor Frank Gannon FAHMS discusses how to better understand academic papers at the 2022 Queensland Clinical Sciences Symposium – Life as a Clinician-Scientist.
Associate Professor Lauren Ball: How to build a research question – framing for success (2022)
A/Professor Lauren Ball discusses the importance of building a good research question at the 2022 Queensland Clinical Sciences Symposium – Life as a Clinician-Scientist.
Professor David Reutens: The power of imaging in advancing health and medical science (2022)
Professor David Reutens FAHMS discusses the role of imaging in health and medical sciences at the 2022 Queensland Clinical Sciences Symposium – Life as a Clinician-Scientist.
Professer Pamela McCombe: International consortia for amyotrophic lateralsclerosis genomics (2022)
Professor Pamela McCombe discusses neuroimmunology and neurodegenerative disease at the 2022 Queensland Clinical Sciences Symposium – Life as a Clinician-Scientist.
Professor Paul Young: From ‘Disease X’ to SARS-CoV 2 – developing a pandemic vaccine (2022)
Professor Paul Young FAHMS discusses investigating infectious diseases and developing a pandemic vaccine in his presentation at the 2022 Queensland Clinical Sciences Symposium – Life as a Clinician-Scientist.
Professor Sailesh Kumar: My life as a clinician scientist – Improving neonatal and maternal outcomes in Australia and around the world (2022)
Professor Sailesh Kumar discusses improving neonatal and maternal outcomes through his career as a clinician-scientist at the 2022 Queensland Clinical Sciences Symposium – Life as a Clinician-Scientist.
Professor Ranjeny Thomas – Changing the course of autoimmune diseases: My translational journey (2022)
Professor Ranjeny Thomas AM FAHMS discusses her career path as a and translating rheumatology research into patient benefits at the 2022 Queensland Clinical Sciences Symposium – Life as a Clinician-Scientist.
Panel: Building a career in translational research – perspectives across career stages (2021)
Chaired by Professor David Whiteman, this panel included: A/Prof David Cavallucci (hepato-pancreatico-biliary surgery) Dr Michelle Roets (anaesthetics) Dr Cameron Snell (pathology) It was recorded at our QLD LACS 2021 event.
Associate Professor Clair Sullivan: Digital health to improve health outcomes (2021)
Associate Professor Clair Sullivan graduated with Honours in Medicine from UQ and a Research Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Leeds. She is a fellow of both the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and the Australian College of Health Informatics. She has been appointed Associate Professor of Medicine in Clinical Informatics at the University […]
Dr Eamonn Eeles: Ageing. Challenges, opportunities and innovations (2021)
Dr Eeles is a consultant physician and geriatrician and a keen researcher in the field of dementia and delirium. Dr Eeles is research council chair at TPCH, Head of research IMS, statewide advisor to the Queensland Brain Institute, member of Statewide Dementia Network and Australasian Delirium Association committees. He spoke at our QLD LACS […]
Professor Alan Mackay-Sim: Stem cells as models for brain diseases and drug discovery (2021)
2017 Australian of the Year, Professor Alan Mackay-Sim is a neuroscientist and stem cell scientist. A global authority on the human sense of smell, Alan uses his knowledge of regeneration of olfactory sensory neurons to move from the lab to the clinic. In preclinical work, Alan and his team showed that transplantation of nasal cells […]
Professor Tammy Hoffman: The ‘other’ type of translational research (2021)
Professor Tammy Hoffman is Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and NHMRC Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Evidence-Based Health Care, Bond University, and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. Her research spans many aspects of shared decision making, evidence-based practice, and maximising the translation of evidence to assist clinicians, patients, […]
Panel: Building a career in translational research (2021)
Chaired by Professor David Whiteman, the panel discusses mentorship, getting into research and work-life balance. Panel members are: Distinguished Professor Dietmar W Hutmacher Professor Bala Venkatesh Dr Michael Wagels Professor Claire Wainwright This session was held at our QLD LACS 2021 event.
Prof Bala Venkatesh: Building capacity and culture in translational intensive care research (2021)
Professor Bala Venkatesh shares his international experiences as a clinician-researcher and discusses running clinical trials in India during the COVID-19 pandemic. He spoke at our 2021 QLD LACS event. Professor Venkatesh is Director of Intensive Care at the Wesley Hospital, Pre-Eminent specialist in Intensive Care Medicine at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Professor of Intensive […]
Professor Claire Wainwright: From genetics to the pharmaceutical market (2021)
Professor Claire Wainwright shares her experience as a clinician-scientist and her work on cystic fibrosis therapies. She is introduced by Queensland State Branch Chair Professor David Whiteman. Presented at our QLD LACS event in 2021.
Panel: Early and mid-career clinician-scientist pathways and opportunities (2018)
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 Di Yu – 2021 Jian Zhou Medal winner
Professor Di Yu was awarded the 2021 Jian Zhou Medal in recognition of his landmark discoveries in revealing the differentiation and functions of T cells in human health and disease, research which has enabled new diagnosis and therapy for autoimmune, allergic and infectious diseases, and the improvement for vaccine efficacy. https://aahms.org/news/scientists-honoured-with-jian-zhou-medals/
Professor Jayashri Kulkarni: Psychiatry research, ready for a revolution (2016)
Professor Jayashri Kulkarni explains why psychiatry is so far behind many medical disciplines, and that mental health will continue to be a major health burden in Australia in the coming years. She also outlines why the lack of neurobiology thinking in the profession of psychiatry has led to some disasters for people in their quality […]