Panel: Clinician-scientists – stories from different disciplines
Three clinician-scientists from different backgrounds answer questions from the audience about their career path at the AAHMS 2022 Life as a Clinician-Scientist South Australian symposium. Featuring: Chair: Professor Maria Makrides FAA FAHMS Professor Roger Byard AO FAHMS, George Richard Marks Professor of Pathology, University of Adelaide Professor Justine Smith FAHMS, Strategic Professor in Eye and […]
Professor Robyn Guymer: More than meets the eye (2018)
Professor Robyn Guymer outlines how spending time with the patient can focus the research question. She explains how being a ‘simple clinician’ can really have a big impact on patient outcomes. Presented at the LACS event in Melbourne in 2018.
Professor Peter McCluskey: Getting the red out – 35 years of research scleritis research as a clinician-scientist (2019)
Professor Peter McCluskey shares his story about how he came to be a clinician-scientist in the field of ophthalmology. Presented at the NSW LACS event in Sydney in 2019.
Professor Alex Hewitt: A Tale of Two Cities (2021)
Professor Alex Hewitt spoke from his Tasmanian office at our 2021 Victorian Life as a Clinician-Scientist symposium. Professor Alex Hewitt is a Principal Research Fellow at the Menzies Institute for Medical Research at the University of Tasmania, as well as a Principal Investigator at the Centre for Eye Research Australia. His major research interests lie […]
Professor Hugh Taylor : My life as a clinician-scientist (2019)
Professor Hugh Taylor wants you to think about how much we don’t know – and to open your mind up to addressing those unknowns. There are many opportunities to do so as a clinician-scientist. He is an ophthalmologist, speaking in Melbourne in 2019.