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ACMD Link - Panel Discussion - Combining research and clinical work
Clinicians' and researchers' perspective

Join us for the inaugural ACMD Link event.

About this Event

A panel discussion on clinicians and researchers working together to solve unmet clinical needs

Panelists: A/Prof Claudia Di Bella: An orthopaedic surgeon at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne with special interest in musculoskeletal oncology and tissue engineering. Prof Simon Moulton: Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Swinburne University of Technology. His expertise is in developing solutions for drug delivery and engineering electrode-cellular interface platforms. Dr Simon Tsao: A breast and endocrine surgery fellow at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, discovering new methods to capture and characterise tumour markers, allowing for early diagnosis of cancer. Dr Sophie Payne: A research fellow at Bionics Institute who is investigating the neuromodulation of the vagus nerve for treatment of inflammatory bowel disease.

Link Panellists

  • A/Prof Claudia Di Bella, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne
  • Prof Simon Moulton,  Swinburne University of Technology
  • Dr Simon Tsao, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne
  • Dr Sophie Payne, Bionics Institute

Link Panellists

Associate Professor Claudia Di Bella
Orthopaedic Surgeon
A/Prof Claudia Di Bella is an academic orthopaedic...
Professsor Simon Moulton
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Professsor Simon Moulton is a Professor of Biomedical...
Dr Simon Tsao
General Surgeon
Simon is a general surgeon working as the...
Dr Sophie Payne
Senior Research Fellow, Head of Peripheral Interface Neuromodulation Team
Sophie is a research fellow working at the...
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24 June 2021
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4:30pm –5:00pm
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Online via zoom
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