ClinTrial Refer Advisors- Welcome Prof Nada Hamad

"I use ClinTrial Refer mostly at the patient bedside, in my clinic or multidisciplinary team meetings, and in my downtime when I'm thinking about what options a patient may have. The beauty of the App is that it is accessible anywhere, anytime" - Prof Nada Hamad

ClinTrial Refer is a needs driven innovation developed to address a universal problem relating to clinical trials access, referral and recruitment. Since it’s inception, ClinTrial Refer has adopted a user centered design focus. We continue to seek feedback from patients and clinicians so that the platform remains highly useable and accessible to all stakeholders.  

ClinTrial Refer also has access to a generous group of ‘Advisors’ that contribute feedback and ideas which are helpful to ensuring we are continually evolving in a rapidly changing ecosystem, and that our users needs are met across every touchpoint with the platform.  

We would like to extend a very warm welcome and thank you to Prof Nada Hamad who is the newest member to join our esteemed community of Advisors.

Prof Nada Hamad is a senior staff specialist bone marrow transplant, cellular therapies, clinical and 
laboratory haematologist at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney, where she is the director of the haematology clinical trials unit. She is President of Australia and New Zealand Transplant and Cellular Therapies and chairs a number of national and international committees in the field of transplantation and cellular therapies. 

Nada is a Professor at the University of New South Wales Sydney (UNSW) and Adjunct Associate Professor at University of Notre Dame Australia, School of Medicine. Her clinical research interests are in malignant haematology, bone marrow transplantation and cellular therapies. She is passionate about clinical trials access inclusive of diverse populations. Nada is an intersectional feminist with an academic interest in gender equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in medicine with an intersectional lens. She is the past deputy co-chair of the UNSW Medicine EDI committee, the past EDI lead for The Lancet Haematology and Women in Global Health Australia National Gender Equality in Health Leadership committee member, amongst a number of other EDI committee leadership positions and memberships.

We are very grateful to have Prof Nada Hamad contribute her wealth of experience and ideas  to shaping the continued development of ClinTrial Refer.

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