Dr Richard Piper, Clinical Informatics Lead, The SERT Institute.
Richard graduated in medicine from the University of New South Wales in 1985. He completed his physician training in Critical Care in 1993. His research experience includes a B.Med.Sci, and M.D. in the area of cerebrovascular physiology (Institute of Neurological Sciences, Prince Henry Hospital, Sydney). He was subsequently awarded a NH&MRC Neil Hamilton Fairley Scholarship, and studied overseas in Victoria Hospital, London Ontario, at the AC Burton Laboratory with Professor Bill Sibbald. He subsequently returned to RNSH where he completed a PhD in the areas of cerebrovascular dysfunction in sepsis. He has had a longstanding interest in clinical informatics. He was an Intensive Care Specialist at the RNSH up until 2018, after which he took up his appointment at the SERT Institute.