On 9th May, the Victorian Intensive Care Network is proud to present Professor Jamie Cooper and Dr Dashiell Gantner, speaking at the RACV Club, in Melbourne. We are very privileged to hear these two researchers, who will talk on the latest ICU studies and translating research into practice.
Professor Cooper is Monash University Director of the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Research Centre(ANZIC-RC), Deputy Director and Head of Intensive Care Unit Research at The Alfred, and past Chair of the ANZICS Clinical Trials Group. His main research interests are in the field of traumatic brain injury and improving blood transfusion practice.
Dashiell is the National Trauma Research Institute Centre for Excellence in Traumatic Brain Injury Research (CETBIR) Research Fellow and an Intensive Care Senior Registrar at The Alfred, and was previously Senior Research Fellow at the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Research Centre. His research interests include neurocritical care, transfusion medicine, fluid management and resuscitation, and he is currently undertaking a PhD addressing the barriers to implementation of evidence in clinical practice in the management of neurotrauma.
This is a free event, with dinner and drinks included. All ICU and ED specialists, fellows and trainees are welcome.
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