Title Name Clinical trial expertise Research Keywords Link
Professor Guy Maddern Principal Investigator on a number of industry and investigator led clinical led trials Health Technology Assessment, Hepatobiliary, Surgery Link
Professor David Gordon Experienced PI in investigator-initiated and pharmaceutical sponsored Phase 1-3 clinical trials related to infectious diseases and vaccines, Past Chair Ethics Committee Antibody Repertoire, Antimicrobials, Bone Infections, Complement Regulation, Endocarditis, Hepatitis C, Phages, Vaccines Link
Professor Susanna Proudman Industry-sponsored trials in rheumatic diseases with a recent focus on systemic sclerosis including interstitial lung disease. Past trials in rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, pulmonary arterial hypertension Interstitial Lung Disease, Myositis, Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension, Rheumatology, Systemic Sclerosis Link
Professor Hubertus PA Jersmann Asthma, COPD, CF, Pneumonia, Bronchial Thermoplasty Asthma, Bronchiectasis, COPD, Chronic Cough, IPF, Lung Disease Link
Professor Mark Holmes Head of Respiratory Clinical Trials Unit, Royal Adelaide Hospital since May 2005. Principal Investigator on Phase II, Phase III and Phase IV Clinical Trials Alpha 1 Anti-Trypsin Deficiency, Asthma, Bronchiectasis, COPD, Chronic Cough, IPF, Lung Transplant, Respiratory Clinical Trials
Assoc Professor Jillian Clark Investigator-initiated national Phase II, III; Pharma and medical device trials; global pharma and advanced imaging trials in spinal cord injury Advanced Diagnostic Imaging, Clinical Registries, Medical Devices, Pharmaceuticals, Phenotyping/Genotyping, Radiopharmaceuticals, Spinal Cord Injury Link
Assoc Professor Ruth Marshall Investigator-initiated national Phase II; III trials, global pharma and medical device trials in spinal cord injury Clinical Registries, Medical Devices, Medical Rehabilitation, Patient-reported Outcome Measures, Spinal Cord Injury
Assoc Professor Mark Rickman Randomised Controlled Trials, Cohort Studies and Registry Nested Trials Biomechanics, Fracture, Robotic Surgery, Trauma Link
Professor Bogdan Solomon Randomised Controlled Trials, Cohort Studies and Registry Nested Trials Activity Monitoring, Arthritis, Arthroplasty, Biomechanics, Fracture, Gait Analysis, Surgery, Trauma Link
Mr Alex Poole With extensive experience in the management of clinical trials, Alex has shared a role as a ICU research manager at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Research interest glucose management in the critically ill Blood Glucose Management in the Critically Ill, Clinical Trial Management, Intensive Care and Infectious Diseases, Nutrition Delivery Link
Dr David Evans Longstanding member of the CALHN REC committee. Research interests in nococomial infections Antibiotics, Legal aspect of medicine, Nosocomial pneumonia, Nosocomial sepsis Link
Dr Krish Sundararajan Developing international profile in the domains of health services research in the performance of rapid response systems and psychological sequelae post ICU admission in critically ill patients and their families Diurnal variation in MET performance, Family satisfaction in ICU, Medical emergency teams, PTSD in ICU, Psychological distress in ICU survivors, Rapid response teams Link
Assoc Professor Arthas Flabouris World leader in medical emergency response research Health Services Research, Systems of Response to the Deteriorating Patient, Trauma, Ultrasound in ICU Link
Dr Samuel Gluck Research currently focusing on the use of technology to develop novel outcome measures of patient function and activity and the use of peer support for ICU survivors and lived experience workforce as a consumer engagement processes in ICU Consumer-orientated Product or Service Development, Emergency & Critical Care Medicine, Entrepreneurship, Frailty and Mobility, Peer Support, Preventative Medicine, Senior Technology, Surgical and Health Systems Innovation, Technology Link
Dr Benjamin Reddi Developing international profile in cardiovascular research in the critically ill with additional substantial track record in neurosurgical and neuro-trauma clinical research ECMO, Echocardiography and Advanced Heart Failure Management, Health Technology Assessment, Mechanical Cardiopulmonary Support, Neurotrauma, Therapeutic Strategies, Translational Research, Vascular Smooth Muscle Contraction and Platelet Function Link
Dr Richard Strickland Principle site investigator for numerous clinical trials group studies. Special interest in dialysis in the critically ill and extracorporeal supports Critical Care Ultrasound, EPO, Echocardiography, Extracorporeal Supports including Dialysis and ECMO, Resuscitation Fluids Link
Dr Eamon Raith Research interest in processes of care as well as a broad interest in clinical research in the ICU. Cardiovascular Medicine, Clinical Outcomes Research, Database Management, Emergency & Critical Care Medicine, Experimental Medicine, Haematology, Intensive Care, Medical and Health Sciences, Paediatrics and Reproductive Medicine Link
Dr Matthew Maiden Acclaimed Research on thyroid function in sepsis. Additional research interests; database research, epidemiological studies, recovery after ICU Sepsis, Septic Shock, Steroids, Thyroid Function Link
Dr Mark Finnis Senior staff specialist with extensive experience and qualifications in bioinformatics, clinical trial design and database research. Clinical Trial/Study Design, Computer Programming/ICU Scoring Systems, Database research, Statistical Analysis Link
Ms Stephanie O’Connor Has overseen the timely completion of a myriad of projects and constantly ensured productive research progression at the highest ethical and scientific standards. Gastrointestinal Dysfunction, Glucose Metabolism, Nutrition and Metabolic Health, Research Management in the Critically Ill, Surgical and Health Systems Innovation, Translational Health Outcomes Link
Dr Lee-anne Chapple Leads nutrition research in the area of protein metabolism, gastric emptying, appetite regulation, and using technology to improve nutrition delivery in order to reduce muscle wasting and improve functional recovery for survivors of critical illness Anthropometry, Body Composition, Clinical Nutrition, Human Nutrition, Intensive Care, Long-term functional outcomes, Nutrition, Nutrition Physiology, Nutrition and Dietetics, Protein, Traumatic Brain Injury Link
Professor Marianne Chapman World leader in gastrointestinal pathophysiology in critical illness and CIA on the largest NHMRC funded grant in the field of critical care nutrition – a multicentre phase 3 clinical trial Energy delivering in critical illness, Gastric emptying, Gastrointestinal Dysfunction, Gastrointestinal Motility, Glucose Metabolism, Nutrition and Metabolic Health, Surgical and Health Systems Innovation, Translational Health Outcomes Link
Dr Patrick Russell Lead investigator for the South Australian Deprescribing Initiative involving Royal Adelaide Hospital, Flinders Medical Centre, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, South Coast District Hospital, and Lyell McEwin Hospital Polypharmacy, deprescribing, elderly
Professor Renuka Visvanathan Phase III multi-centre and multi-state investigator initiated clinical trials- community and hospital based. Aged Care, Falls Prevention, Frailty, Geriatric Medicine, Gerontechnology, Gerontology, Internet of Things, Sarcopenia, Under-nutrition Link
Dr Hidde M Kroon Conducting single-centre and multi-centre clinical randomised-controlled trials and prospective observational trials in colorectal surgery and surgical oncology Anastomotic Leakage, Colorectal Cancer, Colorectal Surgery, Ileus, Melanoma, Minimally invasive surgery Link
Mr James Moore Colorectal Surgery Colorectal Link
Assoc Professor Tarik Sammour Multiple local and international trials in colorectal surgery, focusing on patient clinical outcomes research Artificial Intelligence, Colon Cancer, Colorectal, Recovery, Rectal Cancer, Robotics, Surgery, Surgical Link
Professor John Beltrame Phase II, III clinical trials. Registry-based randomised controlled trials, regulatory assessment of new cardiac devices. Cardiac Biobank, Coronary Angiography, Coronary Artery Disease, Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction, Coronary Pathophysiology, Coronary Spasm, Health Outcome Research, Patient-reported Outcome Measures, Quality Clinical Registries Link
Professor Paul Rolan Paul Rolan Has been PI in over 700 clinical studies, mainly in early phase development. Clinical pharmacology, First-in-human, Headache, Neuroscience, Pain Link
Professor Timothy Hughes Leading investigator-initiated national trials and global Phase I-III Pharma trials in chronic myeloid leukaemia chronic myeloid leukaemia, molecular monitoring, treatment-free remission, tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy Link