Advanced Trainee Research Meeting: Research opportunities during and beyond nephrology training

1730-1900 Sunday 9th September 2018 | Meeting Room C3.4

Hosted by the ANZSN Research Advisory Committee, this session will provide practical tips on how to advance a career in research. The session is targeted towards advanced trainees, PhD students and early career researchers.  If you are a clinician researcher or research scientist interested in supporting the next wave of nephrology leaders in research please attend to discuss your research with interested trainees and scientists.  The session will include segments on clinical and basic research, research funding and grant applications presented by dynamic physician-scientists with a broad range of experiences.  This will be followed by drinks and canapes during an informal networking session.


1730-1815: Short presentations on research and careers in research

Chair: Prof Richard Kitching (Monash Health and Monash University)

Being a Physician Scientist in 2018

Being a clinician-scientist in discovery biology/early translational research. A/Prof Natasha Rogers (Western Sydney Local Health District and University of Sydney).

Being a clinician-scientist in clinical research. Dr Celine Foote (Concord Hospital, The George Institute and University of New South Wales).

Training in Research – Perspectives from Recently Trained Researchers

Training in clinical research. Dr Andrea Viecelli (Princess Alexandra Hospital and University of Queensland).

Training in discovery biology/early translational research. Dr Jean Tan (Melbourne Health and the University of Melbourne).

Reflections on Careers, the Nephrology Workforce and Research

Dr Cathie Lane (South Eastern Sydney Local Health District and University of New South Wales).

Funding: PhD Scholarships, Jacquot Research Entry Scholarships and Beyond

Prof Carol Pollock (Royal North Shore Hospital and University of Sydney) and Prof Rob Walker (University of Otago and Dunedin Hospital Southern District Health Board).

1815-1900 Informal canapes and drinks

A time to interact both with panel members and others present at the session.

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