Introducing international guest and keynote speaker: Dr Gary Franklin!
The Organising Committee is delighted to welcome Dr Gary Franklin* as our international guest and keynote presenter for ASM19. Renowned for his leadership across many aspects of occupational medicine, Dr Franklin will share his practical expertise, innovative thinking and research experience throughout the three days of the conference.
Based at the University of Washington, Dr Franklin is a Research Professor in the Departments of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences and Medicine (Neurology) as well as an Adjunct Research Professor in the Department of Health Services. He directs the university’s Occupational Epidemiology and Health Outcomes Program, which is the most productive program of its kind in the United States. This program houses and facilitates primary research as well as the secondary use of workers' compensation data to improve medical care and reduce disability related to occupational injuries and illnesses.
Reflecting a passionate commitment to applying evidence in practice, Dr Franklin has held the position of Medical Director of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries since 1988.
*Dr Franklin's involvement in ASM2019 is proudly sponsored by ReturnToWorkSA
Also featuring the following experts:
Dr Matt Brearley
University Fellow, Charles Darwin University
Occupational Heat Stress Consultant
Professor Maureen Dollard
Professor Work and Organisational Psychology, School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy, UniSA
Professor Sally Ferguson
Professor with the Appleton Institute in Adelaide
Deputy Dean of Research in the School of Human Health
and Social Sciences, CQUniversity
Professor Mark Hutchinson
Director, Centre for Nanoscale BioPhotonics
Professor with the Adelaide Medical School
Dr Dilip Kapur
Specialist Pain Medicine Physician
Senior Lecturer in Pain Medicine, Flinders University
Professor Lorimer Mosely
Senior Principal Research Fellow, NeuRA
NHMRC Principal Research Fellow; Professor of Clinical Neurosciences & Foundation Chair in Physiotherapy, UniSA
Professor Dino Pisaniello
Professor in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, UniSA; Director, Adelaide Exposure Science and Health
and OEH Laboratory
Professor Julian White
Unit Head, Toxicology Department, Women’s and Children’s Hospital