The inaugural Monash Translational Research Symposium hosted by Central Clinical School on 30 September was a big success, with outstanding clinician-researchers telling the stories of how basic science is necessary to inform the development of successful therapeutic and clinical interventions.
The 2016 symposium will be hosted by the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health.
- Photo gallery
- Video playlist incorporating
- Prof Nip Thomson: The Department of Medicine 1992-2010
- Prof Hatem Salem: The Department of Medicine at the Alfred: A dream beginning
- Prof Steve Wesselingh: The medical research career path - is there a right way?
- Prof Jayashri Kulkarni: Psychiatry in the 21st century
- Prof Ian Davis: Cancer - I used to understand it
- Prof Eric Morand: The curse of steroids in lupus - and a way forward
- Prof Euan Wallace: How basic science informs clinical trials: lessons from perinatal medicine
- A/Prof David Curtis: Mickey Mouse or Mighty Mouse
- Prof Suresh Sundram: Evidence for biomarker development in schizophrenia subgroups
- Program booklet
- Website: www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/events/2015-tr-symposium.html