Professor Julie Redfern FAHMS is a clinician-researcher and leader in preventive cardiology, cardiac rehabilitation, digital health and physiotherapy. She was elected to the Academy in 2023 and spoke about her work at our 2023 Annual Meeting.
Dr Sonia Shah, National Heart Foundation Future Leader, Institute for Molecular Bioscience, University of Queensland, presented at the 2023 AAHMS Annual Meeting.
Dr Nathalie Bock, Group Leader and Deputy Director, Max Planck Queensland Centre and Bone & Tumour Bioengineering Group, Queensland University of Technology/ Translational Research Institute, presented at the 2023 AAHMS Annual Meeting.
What are the technologies driving change in health, research and industry? Experts across health and innovation shared presentations on transformative technologies in health at the AAHMS 2022 annual meeting. Chair: Professor Gail Risbridger FAHMS Presenters: Professor Ralph Maddison, Professor in Physical Activity and Disease Prevention, Deakin University Professor Svetha Venkatesh, Co-Director, A212, Alfred Deakin Professor, […]
A panel discussion from the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences 2022 Annual Meeting on developing transformative health technologies in Australia – cultivating innovation and entrepreneurship. Chair: Prof Andrew Wilks FTSE FAHMS, Executive Chair at SYNthesis med chem, CEO at SYNthesis Research, CEO at Catalyst Tx Panel: Dr Anne-Laure Puaux, Head, Biotechnology and Commercialisation, […]