Clinician-scientists at various career stages discuss challenges and opportunities they have encountered throughout their career in a panel discussion at the 2023 Life as a Clinician-Scientist NSW symposium. Speakers: Associate Professor Justin Skowno, Paediatric Anaesthetist and Researcher, Children’s Hospital at Westmead Dr Noemi Fuentes-Bolanos, Paediatric Oncologist and Clinical Cancer Geneticist, Kids Cancer Centre; Researcher, Children’s […]
What can be done to improve pathways for emerging and established clinician-scientists in Australia? Experts at various career stages discussed this issue at the 2022 South Australian Life as a Clinician-Scientist symposium. Chair: Professor Steve Wesselingh FAHMS Panellists: Professor Susan Hillier, Dean of Research, University of South Australia Professor Benjamin Kile FAHMS, Executive Dean, University […]
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.
Professor Pamela McCombe discusses neuroimmunology and neurodegenerative disease at the 2022 Queensland Clinical Sciences Symposium – Life as a Clinician-Scientist.
Professor Matthew Kiernan speaks at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
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 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 […]
Professor Ingrid Scheffer wants to tell you how you can take medicine and science to the next level – as a clinician-scientist. She is a paediatric neurologist, speaking in Melbourne in 2016.
Professor Kate Drummond: Why bother with surgical research when you can spend all day operating? (2016)
Neurosurgeon Professor Kate Drummond on why it’s important for surgeons to pursue research.
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 […]