Associate Professor Darren Roberts is a clinical pharmacologist, toxicologist and nephrologist. He has worked in Australia and UK and held multiple academic appointments and positions of responsibility on peak hospital, state, national and international committees. As a researcher he is interested in pharmacokinetics, therapeutics and evidence based medicine.
Current appointments are in clinical pharmacology/toxicology at St Vincent’s Hospital and Westmead Children’s Hospital (Sydney), renal medicine at The Canberra Hospital and an Associate Professor at ANU and University of Sydney. He is Chair of the Clinical Pharmacology Interest Group of Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologist (ASCEPT), Co-chair of Scientific Review Committee of AACT and Chair of the Scientific Committee of the Asia-Pacific Association of Medical Toxicology (APAMT).
What does the conference theme “Do More” mean to you?
Professional practice is more than doing our job, it is that extra step beyond to maximise the outcomes for our patients.