Professor Peter Vuillermin, Chair of Medicine, Barwon Health (paediatrics), speaks at our 2023 Life as a Clinician-Scientist Victorian event.
Professor Karen Simmer AO FAHMS: Professor of Newborn Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Western Australia, speaks at our 2023 Life as a Clinician-Scientist Western Australia event.
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 […]
Professor Cheryl Jones FAHMS is Dean and Head of School, Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney. She discusses her career and research in infectious disease, paediatrics and antimicrobial resistance at the 2023 Life as a Clinician-Scientist NSW symposium.
Associate Professor Sue Woolfenden discusses the “why, who and what” of her work as a paediatrician-scientist, combining research with clinicial work in community paediatrics, at the 2023 Life as a Clinician Scientist NSW symposium. Speaker: Associate Professor Sue Woolfenden, Director of Community Paediatrics, Sydney Local Health District; Senior Research Fellow, UNSW Sydney
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 Elizabeth Elliott: Unexpected rewards for the clinician-scientist – a journey from the lab to Wangkatjungka, Christmas Island and Dien Bien Phu.
A/Professor Farrar discusses paediatric neurology and her career path at the 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
Professor Claire Wainwright shares her experience as a clinician-scientist and her work on cystic fibrosis therapies. She is introduced by Queensland State Branch Chair Professor David Whiteman. Presented at our QLD LACS event in 2021.
Professor Melissa Wake describes the path that led her to become a developmental behavioural paediatrician, and how she built her international collaborations. She also talks about the benefits of having three lives: a clinician, a researcher and an individual with your family or your own interests outside of work. Presented at LACS in Melbourne, […]
Professor Christodoulou shares his expertise in engaging an audience. Learn how to correctly pitch to your audience, prepare visually interesting slides, use humour, acknowledge collaborators and funding sources, and finish with a conclusion. Presentation delivered at the LACS event in Melbourne in 2018.
Professor Louise Baur: How I went from clinical physiology to global health public policy without even realising it (2019)
Professor Louise Baur looks back over her career and the pathways that led her to becoming a bariatric paediatrician. She also talks about ways of treating those affected by obesity and the best prevention strategies. Presented at the NSW LACS event in Sydney in 2019.
“One thing I love about my job and my career is that I’m never, ever bored.” Professor Kathryn North AC, Director of the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the David Danks Professor of Child Health Research at the University of Melbourne. She speaks at the Academy’s Victorian Life as a Clinician-Scientist 2021 symposium.
Associate Professor Margie Danchin: The golden ticket to COVID vaccine uptake and herd immunity (2021)
“Leap into it, find out what drives you, find out what you’re passionate about, look for those great mentors that can guide you, but always prioritise work life balance.” Associate Professor Margie Danchin, consultant paediatrician at the Royal Children’s Hospital and an Associate Professor, University of Melbourne and Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. She spoke at […]
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.