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Dr Lauren Oakden-Rayner

Lauren Oakden-Rayner is a radiologist and medical researcher with a focus on medical AI at the Australian Institute for Machine Learning at the University of Adelaide. Since 2018 Oakden-Rayner has been the Director of Research in Medical Imaging at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and is is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology. Dr Oakden-Rayner’s research explores the intersection of computer science, and clinical medical practice, with a particular focus on medical AI safety.

Emeritus Professor Daniel O’Connor

Daniel O’Connor is Emeritus Professor in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University. He was formerly the Deputy Chief Psychiatrist at the Department of Health and Human Services in Victoria, Professor of Old Age Psychiatry at Monash University, and Director of the Aged Persons’ Mental Health Service at Monash Health. He has published over 80 papers and chapters on epidemiology, the recognition and management of dementia and depression in general medical practice, non-pharmacological treatments of behaviour disorders in dementia, and service evaluation.

Dr Penny O’Donnell

Penny O’Donnell is a Senior Lecturer in International Media and Journalism at the University of Sydney. Her research on the digital transformation of journalism examines the market imperatives and loss of employment security that are forcing a dramatic reorganisation of news work, and testing journalists’ resilience, autonomy and public mission. Dr O’Donnell is a Chief Investigator of the New Beats Project, a five-year collaborative industry-university study of the aftermath of job loss in journalism supported by two ARC-funded grants. She was the winner of the 2020 Anne Dunn Scholar award, which honours scholars who demonstrate a commitment to public service journalism.

Professor Stephen O’Leary

Stephen O’Leary holds the William Gibson Chair of Otolaryngology at the University of Melbourne and is a Senior Specialist in the Otology and Cochlear Implant Clinics at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital. He has made significant clinical and scientific contributions to cochlear implantation, drug delivery to the inner ear band surgical training technologies. His interests also include inner ear function and protection in surgery, and surgical simulation. Professor O’Leary is a Practitioner Fellow of the National Medical Research Council (Australia), and dedicates his time to both research into Otology and surgical practice.