Professor Jodie McVernon FAHMS is Professor and Director of Doherty Epidemiology at The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity. Professor McVernon discusses lessons she has learned in her career in science and research at the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences 2022 Life as a Clinician-Scientist Victorian symposium.
Watch a keynote from our 2021 annual meeting: Impact of research on the COVID-19 pandemic. A conversation with Dr Anthony Fauci OMRI, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director and Professor Sharon Lewin AO FAHMS, Director, Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity.
A panel discussion from our 2021 annual meeting. Chair: Professor Jim McCluskey AO FAA FAHMS • Associate Professor Chris Blyth, Co-Director, Wesfarmers Centre of Vaccines and Infectious Diseases, Telethon Kids Institute • Professor Karen Canfell FAHMS, Director, The Daffodil Centre • Dr Gina Ravenscroft, Senior Research Fellow, Neurogenetic Diseases Group, Harry Perkins Institute • Professor […]
What evidence matters most for effective control of COVID-19? Chair: Professor Russell Gruen FAHMS Panel: Professor Ian Anderson AO FASSA FAHMS, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Student and University Experience), ANU Associate Professor Kamalini Lokuge OAM HOSM, Senior Fellow, ANU Professor Jodie McVernon FAHMS, Professor and Director of Epidemiology, Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity Associate Professor Kamalini […]
Chaired by Professor Russell Gruen, Associate Professor Kamalini Lokuge OAM HOSM addressed our 2021 annual meeting.
Associate Professor Denholm on how you can have fun while reading and interpreting scientific literature. Presented at the LACS event in Melbourne in 2018.
Professor Rachelle Buchbinder AO, is the inaugural Director, Monash-Cabrini Department Musculoskeletal Health and Clinical Epidemiology, and a Professor in the Monash University Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Monash University. Professor Buchbinder said the combination of clinical research and clinical practice meant you could have a doubly rewarding career with “long-term outcomes from research, and […]