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Centre Overview

BioEngineering: Applying principles of Engineering design and analysis to solve biological and medical problems.

Background to the training centre research

Australia faces a population increase in number and age driving every growing demands for new personalized technologies to solve medical problems

Technologies that enable improved outcomes & cost-efficiencies for health systems in challenging areas.
A skilled workforce that advances breakthroughs in bioengineering.
Improving future personalised medical devices.
the Centre will address these needs by bringing together researchers, industries, hospitals and early career researchers to translate scientific discoveries into new treatments.

 

ARC’s ITTC Scheme

  • ARC’s Industrial Transformation Training Centres scheme,
    • Combines funding from: ARC, University, Industrial partners
  • Objectives
    Train HDRs and postdocs,
    • high technical skills,
    • industrially relevant training (with partners),
    • end-user focused research industries
    • Enhance collaboration between universities and industry
    • Strengthen capabilities of industries
    • Drive industry growth, productivity and competitiveness

Goals of the Centre – An Overview

  • Research using engineering design and analysis to solve biological and medical problems. Working with our industry investigators we will:

    • Bring together researchers, industries, hospitals and early career researchers to translate scientific discoveries into new treatments and therapeutics
    • Develop technologies that enable improved outcomes & cost-efficiencies for health systems in challenging areas
    • Train a skilled workforce that advances breakthroughs in bioengineering. Improving future medical devices and supporting Australian industry

BASIC FACTS

Founded

2017

Directors

Prof. Hala Zreiqat
Prof. Colin Dunstan

 

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Tel: 0061 2 9114 4607
Email: artcibe@sydney.edu.au

 

 

@2020 ARC Centre for Innovative BioEngineering

Level 4, J07
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
University of Sydney
Darlington NSW 2008
Australia