Who's running the show?
Ryan P. Hamer (BSc, MBA)
Ryan holds a Bachelor of Science from Swinburne University (Melbourne), a postgraduate degree in Management from Griffith University (Brisbane), and has undertaken specialist training in the U.S and the U.K. Ryan’s clinical and research interests focus on complex cortico-subcortical mapping for neuroplasticity in glioma patients, having previously introduced contemporary brain mapping techniques throughout Australia and Singapore. For Ryan, Neuroclast is a vehicle representative of his life's pursuit in applied clinical neuroscience, one that will foster a PhD and the sharing of knowledge and education in science, electrophysiology, and medical devices. Learn more about Neuroclast's research.
Ryan is a clinical neuroscientist, healthcare executive and medical device enthusiast based in Melbourne, Australia. Having been involved in clinical neurophysiology for over a decade, he has individually served as Clinical Director and Business Development Manager for two multinational clinical neuroscience and healthcare companies, and has been an invited speaker at medical conferences and meetings around Australia, Asia and South Africa. Ryan is also a Clinical Lecturer with the Faculty of Health and Medicine at the University of Sydney, and Unit Coordinator for intraoperative neurophysiology units as part of the Master of Medicine program. In addition to these roles, Ryan was also elected as President of the Intraoperative Neurophysiology Society of Asia-Pacific (INSA) for 2020-2021.
'Neurosurgeons aren't super-people'. Profile & interview with Prof Kate Drummond, Melbourne AUS.
'I'd like to be a rock-star'. Profile & interview with A/ Prof Jay Shills, Chicago US.
I’ve spent a considerable amount of my career observing neurosurgeons treat brain cancer patients. That’s why Neuroclast exists; to provide functional information to surgeons who help ensure that these patients maintain a good quality of life. At the moment we have a niche product portfolio and data infrastructure that will permit clinicians and hospitals to optimise patient outcomes and publish their own results with ease. Nexstim in particular represents a tremendous opportunity for me as a scientist, not only to introduce new neuro-imaging techniques in the ANZ region, but also to contribute to our over-arching pursuit to help preserve life with neuro-functional insight, and contribute to the new era of functional localisation of the brain.