Currently Australia has one of the most fragmented health systems in the world and is driven by many different funding agencies. Despite advances in basic research there are still considerable gaps in the acceleration of those findings into health and industry.
Collaboration between clinicians, researchers and industry is essential if Australia is to secure a leading position in delivering world class healthcare and being at the forefront of important medical discoveries.
Are you ready to take the next steps to become a leading centre of collaboration in health and medical research?
Speakers: Justin C. McArthur, M.B.B.S., MPH, F.A.A.N. Director of the Department of Neurology, Neurologist-in-chief The Johns Hopkins Hospital, David Lloyd Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer, Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute, Alan Taylor Executive Chairman, Clarity Pharmaceuticals, Professor Jim McCluskey Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), University of Melbourne, Professor Steve Wesselingh Executive Director South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), Professor Bryan Williams Director MIMR-PHI Institute, Andrew Way Chief Executive Officer Alfred Health, Areti Gavrilidis Executive Consultant Diamantina Health Partners, Professor Terry Campbell Senior Associate Dean of Medicine, University of New South Wales
From: March 18, 2015 08:00
To: March 19, 2015 17:00
CQ Functions Melbourne, 113 Queen Street, 3000, Melbourne, Australia