HISA VIC: Health Informatics Enabling Clinical Research: From One Patient to One World
Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend
HISA VIC: Health Informatics Enabling Clinical Research: From One Patient to One World

15/06/2016
When: Wednesday 15 June 2016
5.30pm for 6.00pm start, until 7.30pm
Where: University of Melbourne
The Spot Building, Level 1 Theatre
Corner of Berkeley and Pelham Streets
Parkville, Victoria  3010
Australia
Contact: 03 9326 3311


Online registration is closed.
« Go to Upcoming Event List  

Health informatics enabling clinical research: From one patient to one world followed by HISA Victoria AGM

One patient   I   One World

Stephen Damiani will provide an update on progress with Mission Massimo since his keynote at HIC 2014. 

Prof Richard Sinnott will provide insight into broader, population-wide informatics research. 

Program

Stephen Damiani President, Mission Massimo Foundation 

Stephen Damiani OAM has a broad commercial background in the corporate sector and more recently started up his own businesses. Stephen has no college-level training in the biomedical arena but has had to learn much about genetics and bioinformatics over the past four years, since his son Massimo showed signs of having some rare form of Leukodystrophy. He is very keen to see the promise of the human-genome project deliver diagnostic and therapeutic benefits over the next decade. Stephen recently established the Mission Massimo Foundation, which aims to accelerate the discovery of novel genetic variations responsible for paediatric white matter disorders and to translate these findings into clinical trials and treatments.


Prof Richard Sinnott Director e-Research, University of Melbourne

He will talk about his experiences at the coalface of clinical research informatics, working with researchers in a variety of clinical fields in the EU and in Australia. He draws on a wealth of experience developing online work environments for large-scale clinical research collaborations; he has built dozens of secure web-based databases for data entry and , in multi-site studies with up to 15 countries participating.



Registration Fees
This event is free for HISA member and $25.00 for non-members. Please register via the above link to confirm your attendance. 

AGM
Victoria has a growing community of e-health and health informatics proponents, leaders and experts. Our branch of HISA continues to attract a diverse and influential audience across the spectrum of health. HISA Vic members will be invited to participate in the HISA Vic AGM. We hope all HISA members in Victoria will be able to take part following the presentations.

Slides
Slides are available post event to HISA members only. If you would like further information on HISA membership please click here.


Sign In
Login with LinkedIn
OR


Job search
Submit a job
Subscribe for job alerts