Professor Myles outlines his career and how he became a clinician-scientist. He also discusses how to design a trial.
Associate Professor Denholm on how you can have fun while reading and interpreting scientific literature. Presented at the LACS event in Melbourne in 2018.
Learn how to combine your clinical practice with scientific research to get the best for your patients in this session from our inaugural Life as a Clinician-Scientist Nursing and Midwifery event. Featuring some of the leading clinician-scientists in Australia, this online event explored the many pathways in this rewarding career. Clinician-scientists bring together the fields […]
Professor Carolyn Sue: Being a scientist is in the DNA of every clinician and how to build a research question (2019)
Professor Carolyn Sue discusses her career highlights and areas of research and also provides advice about how to build a research question. Professor Sue is an international expert in mitochondrial disease and movement disorders. She established the Centre of Excellence for Parkinson’s disease and Movement Disorders at Royal North Shore Hospital in 2011. Presented […]
Associate Professor Gayle Fischer: Building a clinical academic career and department with what you have (2019)
Associate Professor Gayle Fischer and dermatologist talks the audience through how to build a research career with virtually no funding. She also discusses the upside and downside of being a clinician-scientist. Presented at the NSW LACS event in Sydney 2019.
Professor Carol Pollock on why clinical work is enhanced by research and how it can lead to a more fulfilling career. She also discusses the initial challenges of undertaking research work and why diversification can lead to greater career satisfaction. She is speaking at a NSW Life as Clinician-Scientist event in 2019.
Professor Jayashri Kulkarni explains why psychiatry is so far behind many medical disciplines, and that mental health will continue to be a major health burden in Australia in the coming years. She also outlines why the lack of neurobiology thinking in the profession of psychiatry has led to some disasters for people in their quality […]
Professor Rinaldo Bellomo explains how to select a research question and most importantly, how to structure a research question. His entertaining presentation provides lots of practical advice about how to do this.