Australian and New Zealand Medical Radiations Research Network.
Welcome to the Australian and New Zealand Medical Radiations Research Network – ANZMRRN.
Webinair from Wednesday June 20th 2018 will soon be available to view via our YouTube channel. You can view previous webinairs at: https://youtu.be/U7XpQ32kkok
Register your interest for the upcoming webinar by emailing your full name, email address and department or institution to ANZMRRN committee members:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Our goal is to bring medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals together in all aspects of research. We hope the ANZMRRN will become a central meeting space for radiation researchers whether novice or expert, across Australia and New Zealand.
It is a place to share ideas, to find research resources, to offer help and expertise to colleagues and above all to collaborate. We are committed to continually improving and advancing radiation therapy and medical imaging practices through innovative and exploratory scientific, clinical and professional research that touches all aspects of our practice. Our ultimate desire is to increase high quality medical radiations, MRI and sonography research to add to the scientific literature in order to improve diagnosis and treatment outcomes for our patients.
This web space provides assistance across the spectrum of researchers from novice through to the more experienced. Useful online resources such as research process flow charts and statistical tools will be immediately accessible to all whether in a public or private metropolitan hospital or rural setting.
Featured Researcher Profiles
Mentorship and Collaboration in Research – Amy Brown, Advanced Radiation Therapist at Townsville Cancer Centre
The Research Journey – Worth the trip! – Elizabeth Brown, Advanced Radiation Therapist at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane
Facilitating engagement in research
As part of the research network we like to facilitate discussion and engagement between all of our practitioners across Australia and New Zealand as much as possible. Last year, we ran two on-line journal clubs.