Sam McFedries

Q: How would you describe the Precinct in four words? 
A: Futuristic, inclusive, person-centred, outcome-driven.

Q: What excites you most about the Translational Research opportunities across the Precinct?
A: It provides a framework for researchers of varying career stages, disciplines and affiliations to come together and share not only state-of-the-art infrastructure and equipment, but our enormous expertise to produce evidence-based research that ultimately changes health outcomes for patients.

It is also breaking barriers by taking a disease agnostic approach, allowing for experts to cross their discipline and affiliate divides to build robust teams to tackle the hardest problems faced in health.

It also leads to better value for health, by really leveraging our strengths and differences of our partnerships and I really look forward to seeing the results of collaborations with clinicians, allied health and nursing professionals, engineers, economists, data scientists, social scientists and beyond.

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