CICC Research Symposium 2019
Matthaei Room University House Professors' Walk The University of MelbourneMap
The Centre for Integrated Critical Care (CICC) at The University of Melbourne brings together the three key disciplines that manage high risk and critically ill adults and children: anaesthesia; emergency medicine; and intensive care.
We invite critical care researchers (including early career researchers, clinician researchers, research coordinators, Research Higher Degree students) from University of Melbourne affiliated hospitals to join together to share current and future research activity, and to develop new networks.
There is no cost for tickets but we require registration to allow for catering.
"Welcome" from Professor John Prins, Head of the Melbourne Medical School, University of Melbourne
"CICC and the vision for critical care" Professor David Story, Chair of Anaesthesia, CICC Deputy Director
- Professor Rinaldo Bellomo AO, CICC Director & Professor of Intensive Care, University of Melbourne: "The Return of Angiotensin II"
- A/Professor Lis Evered, CICC Principal Fellow and Senior Scientist, St Vincent's Hospital: "Cognitive Vulnerability and Frailty"
- Ms Ianthe Boden: Cardiorespiratory Lead Physiotherapist, Launceston Hospital; PhD student, University of Melbourne "From Bugger All to the BMJ"
- A/Professor Jonathan Knott, Director of Emergency Research, Melbourne Health, CICC Executive member, Clinical Sub-Dean for Emergency Medicine, University of Melbourne: "Researching Risky Populations"
- Professor Franz Babl, Royal Children’s Hospital; Murdoch Children’s Research Institute; University of Melbourne "Don’t Forget the Kids!"
- Dr Yasmine Ali Abdelhamid, Royal Melbourne Hospital; University of Melbourne "When Surviving is Too Sweet"
- Dr Jonathan Hiller, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre; University of Melbourne "Propranolol Prior to Breast Cancer Surgery: An RCT"
- Professor Anne-Maree Kelly, Western Health; University of Melbourne "The Power of One Plus One Plus One"
- Dr Julia Gunn, Royal Children’s Hospital; Murdoch Children’s Research Institute; University of Melbourne "The Critically Sick Newborn Infant: Beyond the Preterm?"
- Ms Jennifer Jones Austin Health; University of Melbourne "Critical Illness Recovery: Should we be Looking at our Patient's Socioeconomic Position?"
With a light lunch and opportunity to connect with colleagues.
8:30 am Registration
9:00 am Program starts
12:40 pm Light lunch
Places are limited so please let us know if you can no longer attend, so we can offer your place to another attendee.
Call for presentations
The call for presentations has now closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted proposals.