Panel: Where medicine meets science – what is a clinician-scientist? (2021)
Professor Steve Vuviv chairs a question and answer session at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event. Professor Vlado Perkovic and Professor Elizabeth Elliott responded to questions from our online audience.
Professor Vlado Perkovic: An accidental academic – from clinician to researcher and beyond (2021)
Professor Vlado Perkovic speaks at our Life as a Clinician-Scientist NSW event in 2021.
Professor Matthew Kiernan: Chance and design – axons, channels and neurology (2021)
Professor Matthew Kiernan speaks at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
Prof Elizabeth Elliott: Unexpected rewards for the clinician-scientist (2021)
Professor Elizabeth Elliott: Unexpected rewards for the clinician-scientist – a journey from the lab to Wangkatjungka, Christmas Island and Dien Bien Phu.
Dr Ameneh Khatami: Around the world in 80 days – finding my feet as a clinician-scientist (2021)
Dr Ameneh Khatami discusses her career so far at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
A/Professor Michelle Farrar: Paediatric neurology – the dawning of a new era (2021)
A/Professor Farrar discusses paediatric neurology and her career path at the 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
Panel: The career of a clinician-scientist (2021)
Chair: Professor Louise Baur Panellists: Professor Georgina Long Professor Henry Pleass Associate Professor Nick Wood Associate Professor Parvathi Menon Associate Professor Hasantha Gunasekera Recorded at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
Panel: Lessons in science and research (2021)
Dr Ameneh Khatami and Professor David Le Couteur answer questions from our online audience, chaired by Professor Louise Baur. Recorded at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
Panel: Building a career in translational research – perspectives across career stages (2021)
Chaired by Professor David Whiteman, this panel included: A/Prof David Cavallucci (hepato-pancreatico-biliary surgery) Dr Michelle Roets (anaesthetics) Dr Cameron Snell (pathology) It was recorded at our QLD LACS 2021 event.
Dr Eamonn Eeles: Ageing. Challenges, opportunities and innovations (2021)
Dr Eeles is a consultant physician and geriatrician and a keen researcher in the field of dementia and delirium. Dr Eeles is research council chair at TPCH, Head of research IMS, statewide advisor to the Queensland Brain Institute, member of Statewide Dementia Network and Australasian Delirium Association committees. He spoke at our QLD LACS […]
Professor Tammy Hoffman: The ‘other’ type of translational research (2021)
Professor Tammy Hoffman is Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and NHMRC Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Evidence-Based Health Care, Bond University, and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. Her research spans many aspects of shared decision making, evidence-based practice, and maximising the translation of evidence to assist clinicians, patients, […]
Prof Bala Venkatesh: Building capacity and culture in translational intensive care research (2021)
Professor Bala Venkatesh shares his international experiences as a clinician-researcher and discusses running clinical trials in India during the COVID-19 pandemic. He spoke at our 2021 QLD LACS event. Professor Venkatesh is Director of Intensive Care at the Wesley Hospital, Pre-Eminent specialist in Intensive Care Medicine at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Professor of Intensive […]
Panel: Early and mid-career clinician-scientist pathways and opportunities (2018)
Discover how our early and mid-career panel members got into research, the challenges and successes they have encountered and what motivates them. Panellists included: Dr Ruth Mitchell Dr Joseph Doyle Dr Kirsten Perrett Associate Professor Justin Denholm This panel discussion was part of the LACS VIC 2018 event and was chaired by Professor Ingrid Scheffer.
Panel: Victorian early and mid-career clinician-scientists share their stories (2019)
Discover how our early and mid-career panel members got into research, the challenges and successes they have encountered and what motivates them. The panel included: Dr Sarah Price; Associate Professor Peiro Perucca; Associate Professor Sebastian King; and Dr Sylvie Picker Minh. This panel discussion was part of the LACS event in Victoria in 2019 and […]
Panel: Early and mid career clinician-scientists (2016)
Find out how our early and mid-career panel members got into research, the challenges and successes they have encountered and what motivates them. The panel included: Dr Ken Meyers; Dr Kylie Mason; Dr Peter van Wijngaarden; and Professor Michelle Leech. The early and mid-career panel discussion was part of the LACS VIC 2016 event
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.
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 […]
Allied Health Life as a Clinician-Scientist (2021)
Featuring some of the leading allied health clinician-scientists in Australia, this online event will explore the many pathways in this rewarding career. Clinician scientists bring together the fields of clinical medicine and scientific research, and are typically clinically trained health professionals who also include research as a major part of their career. This event was […]
Panel: Early and mid-career clinician-researchers share their insight (2019)
Learn how our early and mid-career panel members got into research and the challenges and successes they have encountered. The panel discussion was part of the NSW LACS event in Sydney in 2019. This panel includes: Associate Professor Tri Phan; Dr Vita Birzniece; Dr Vincent Ho; and Dr Tom Guy.
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.