Research Impact Seminar – Translating Research for Impact: Strategies for Success | Monday 7th November 4 – 6pm

As a biomedical, clinical or health services researcher, would you like to add value and community impact to your next funding application?

You are invited to an interactive seminar that explores the advantages of incorporating translational research strategies into funding applications.

Presenters include:

  • Professor Julie Owens, Pro Vice-Chancellor – Research Strategy
  • Professor Andrew Zannettino, Associate Dean of Research and Professor of Experimental Haematology, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Associate Professor Sandy Peake, Lead Researcher Intensive Care Medicine, Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research
  • Dr Elizabeth Lynch, Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Implementation Science, Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health and Research Assistant, Adelaide Nursing School
  • Professor Lars Wallin, Adjunct Professor, Adelaide Nursing School and Director, Knowledge Implementation and Patient Safety Research Centre, Dalarna University, Sweden

When: Monday 7  November, 4 – 6pm

Where: Ingkarni Wardli, Level 7 Boardroom

To register for the event, please email:

Research Impact Seminar PDF


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