MRFF: Choosing a Winning Team

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Brought to you by MISCH, six presenters from three Schools will highlight how including a cross-disciplinary team can enhance MRFF success.

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Two presenters from each of the following Schools; Melbourne Medical School, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health and the School of Biomedical Sciences will discuss their MRFF success and the value of a cross-disciplinary approach in assembling the necessary expertise to ensure your MRFF application has the 'winning team'.


9 am: Introductions from Dr Bow Tauro (MRFF Senior Project Officer) and Prof Julie Simpson (MISCH Director)

9:20 am - 9:35 am: A/Prof Michael Hildebrand: Precision Diagnosis for the Remaining 50% of Unsolved DEEs - DEE-Diagnosis (DEED) Study

9.35 am - 9:50 am: Prof Kate Drummond: Out of Your Comfort Zone

9:50 am - 10:05 am: Dr David Stroud: The Australian Undiagnosed Diseases Network and Mitochondrial Diagnostic Network for Genomics and Omics: Multi-Disciplinary Teams transforming the diagnosis of individuals living with rare diseases

10:05 am - 10:20 am: Dr Lincon Stamp: Building your best MRFF team

10:20 am - 10:35 am: A/Prof Cathy Vaughan: Community Engagement and Co-Design: What? Why? How?

10:35 am - 10:50 am: Dr Angeline Ferdinand: From lab-based technologies to public health implementation: Getting the balance right

10:50 am: Questions

11:00 am: Break

11:15 am - 12:00 pm: Break out rooms with facilitated discussion. Moderators are:

  • A/Prof Cathy Vaughan, Dr Angeline Ferdinand, Dr Jennifer Bibb, Prof Kate Drummond, Prof Leonid Churilov, Dr Adam Deane, Dr Natalie Carvalho, Dr An Duy Tran, Mr Patrick Abraham

12 pm: Finish

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MISCH provides collaborative support for health research in Biostatistics, Co-Design and Implementation Effectiveness, Clinical Trials, Health Economics and Health Informatics. We work with university and hospital research departments, government groups, individual researchers and industry.

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