August 2018 - Dr Michelle Farrar
Award winning clinical academic, Dr Michelle Farrar is energised by the recent breakthroughs in research and what it'll mean for her patients suffering spinal muscular atrophy and their families. Click-here-to-read-more-about-Dr-Michelle-Farrar
June 2018 - Scientia Professor Nigel Lovell
Scientia Professor Nigel Lovell is leading widespread change at Randwick to make biomedical engineering more clinically relevant and known for its outstanding benefits for improving patient care and health outcomes. Click-here-to-read-more-about-Scientia-Professor-Nigel-Lovell
June 2018 - A/Professor Phoebe Phillips
The strengthened links between industry, researchers and clinicians at Randwick is improving cancer patient outcomes and care. A/Professor Phoebe Phillips is leading improved collaboration between researchers and clinicians in Randwick, strengthening the vision for the Randwick Health and Education Precinct to be known as a centre of excellence for education and research. Click-here-to-read-more-about-A_Professor-Phoebe-Phillips
Scientia Professor Helen Christensen is driving excellence in translational research to build a mentally healthier world as Director and Chief Scientist of the Black Dog Institute and Professor of Mental Health at the University of NSW. Click here to read more about Scientia Professor Helen Christensen.
May 2018 - Professor Boon Chua
The South Eastern Sydney Local Health District and the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network have strengthened their alliance with UNSW to form the Randwick Health Collaboration which will support the Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE) in achieving its mission.
World-renowned clinical and academic leader in cancer research and care, Professor Boon Chua is energised by the opportunities for health-science integration to drive improvements in patient care and outcomes at Randwick. Click here to read more about Professor Boon Chua here.