Professor Maher Gandhi: my life as a clinican-scientist

Mater Research Executive Director and Princess Alexandra Senior Staff Haematologist Professor Maher Gandhi said when he became a clinician-scientist it felt like he’d “finally found my tribe”. Watch his presentation from our 2023 Queensland event.

Panel discussion: building a career in translational research – perspectives across career stages

Experts share their experiences at our 2023 Queensland event. Associate Professor Srinivas Kondalsamy Chennakesavan: Director of Research, Rural Clinical School, The University of Queensland Associate Professor Lara Herrero: Research Leader, One Health Laboratory of Infectious Disease, Griffith University Associate Professor Ingrid Hickman: Principal Research Fellow, Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Princess Alexandra Hospital Dr Moe […]

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) […]

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 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 […]

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