Panel: Enhancing the clinician-scientist pathway (2022)
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 […]
A/Professor Daniel Thomas – Precision medicine for cancer and cardiovascular disease
Associate Professor Daniel Thomas is Associate Professor of Haematology, SAHMRI. He spoke about precision medicine and how clinician-scientists can make an impact through new treatments from bedside observations in his presentation at the 2022 Life as a Clinician-Scientist South Australian symposium.
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.
Dr Glenn Begley: how can a clinician-scientist also be a bioentrepreneur and a science sleuth? (2018)
Dr Glenn Begley poses the important questions – how can a clinician-scientist also be a bioentrepeneur and a science sleuth? His talk covers why getting involved in research is important; his personal perspectives on Australian training; his lessons for a professional life outside of clinical medicine; delivering to patients and the challenges to the partnership […]
Professor Sherene Loi – 2021 Jian Zhou Medal winner
Professor Loi challenged the dogma that immunotherapy was not possible with breast cancer and led a series of treatment trials that are already changing the lives of her patients. She was also the first to show that immune cell infiltration of breast tumour tissue strongly predicts improved survival in some types of breast cancer, and […]
Professor Georgina Long: 2021 Outstanding Female Researcher Medal winner
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 Grant McArthur: Why communication matters (2019)
Professor Grant McArthur thinks communicating with patients and patient communities is one of the most important skills for a clinician-scientist. He is an oncologist, speaking in Melbourne in 2019.