It’s the people that make HMRI what it is. They’re more than their work, so we want to shine the spotlight on the Humans of HMRI.
Dr Cameron’s natural inclination to question everything meant school was stifling for him.
He spent his adolescence in Kempsey, swimming in rivers and the ocean. It wasn’t until he was in his 20’s that a friend suggested he undertake a university course on disease.
His passion for science was ignited and just ten years on he is studying Medicine, with plans to finish his training, continue his research, work within multidisciplinary teams and improve care for patients.