Prof Jamie Craig is a Consultant Ophthalmologist specializing in the care of glaucoma patients. He is a clinician-scientist with a strong track record in clinical and genetic research. Professor Craig was elected to the Academy in 2023 and spoke about his work at our 2023 Annual Meeting.
UQ Chair in Reproductive Medicine and reproductive endocrinologist and gynaecologist Professor Hayden Homer advised attendees on ways to build a research question. Watch his talk from our 2023 Queensland event.
Professor Matthew Kiernan speaks at our 2021 NSW Life as a Clinician-Scientist event.
Professor Chow discusses creativity in research at our 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 Myles outlines his career and how he became a clinician-scientist. He also discusses how to design a trial.
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 […]
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.
Associate Professor Denholm on how you can have fun while reading and interpreting scientific literature. Presented at the LACS event in Melbourne in 2018.
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 […]
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 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.