Seminar Overview: Implementation Science has gained momentum over the recent years and is not only an important area of research but also offers a wide range of tools for researchers that aim to implement innovations or knowledge into practice in a timely manner. In this presentation, Nadeeka and Nicole share strategies that aid in formulating the steps of research innovations into rapid clinical translations.

Presenters: Associate Professor Nadeeka Dissanayaka and Dr Nicole Ertl

NadeekaAssociate Professor Nadeeka Dissanayaka is a NHMRC Boosting Dementia Research Leadership Fellow and heads the Dementia & Neuro Mental Health Research Unit within the Clinical Neurosciences theme at UQCCR. Her research in Neurodegenerative diseases focuses on improving clinical practice by rapidly translating evidence-based diagnostic and therapeutic interventions into real world settings.

NicoleDr Nicole Ertl is a molecular biologist working in A/Prof David Whiley’s group within the Infectious Diseases theme at UQCCR. Dr Ertl focuses her research on developing rapid molecular diagnostic tools for the detection of antimicrobial resistance. 

 

About CCR Seminars

The UQ Centre of Clinical Research Seminars (CCR) are held fortnightly on Wednesdays from 12pm - 1pm (except during school holidays) currently on Zoom. The series features topics in multiple fields of research, presented by invited international, interstate and local researchers.

Venue

CCR Auditorium and via Zoom: https://uqz.zoom.us/j/87198801358