Ambitious Protocols, Complex Trials and Scientific Leadership April 19th, 2017

Keynotes from two distinguished scientific leaders in renal research.

Professor Vlado Perkovic

Professor Vlado Perkovic

Executive Director, The George Institute for Global Health, Australia

Dr. David Charytan

Dr. David Charytan

Assistant Professor of medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director of Renal Research, Baim Institute

RSVPKristina Figueroa, Business Development Manager, George Clinical

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George Clinical's Scientific Leadership in Attendance

Vlado Perkovic, MBBS, PhD, FRACP, FASN

  • Board Member, George Clinical
  • Dean of Medicine & Scientia Professor, UNSW

Vlado Perkovic is Dean of Medicine and Scientia ProfessorĀ at UNSW, a Professorial Fellow at The George Institute, Australia, and a Staff Specialist in Nephrology at the Royal North Shore Hospital. His research focus is in clinical trials and epidemiology, in particular in preventing the progression of kidney disease and its complications. He leads several major international clinical trials, and serves on the Steering Committees of several others. He has been involved in developing Australian and global guidelines in kidney disease, cardiovascular risk assessment and blood pressure management.

Vlado holds a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Melbourne and completed his undergraduate training at The Royal Melbourne Hospital. He is Chair of the International Society of Nephrology Action for Clinical Trials (ISN-ACT) group; and is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences and of the American Society of Nephrology

 

 

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