A cancer detecting probe that can improve clinical outcomes for patients is being brought to clinical trials thanks to assistance from Flinders biomedical engineers supported by State […]
Professor Karen Reynolds and Professor Keryn Williams have been named among Zonta Club of Adelaide’s nine ‘Women of Achievement for 2017’. Professor Reynolds was recognised for […]
Professor Karen Reynolds, the driving force behind Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP), has been recognised as one of South Australia’s most innovative women after […]
Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) is poised for a national roll-out thanks to funding from the Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals Industry Growth Centre (MTPConnect). […]
Australia’s first Chair in Digital Health Systems says he will make South Australia a world leader in healthcare innovation by spearheading Flinders University research into a […]
Millions of Aussies are sleep walking into an increasingly unproductive – and even dangerous – future because of an epidemic of poor sleep habits and undiagnosed cases of obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), insomnia or shiftwork disorder.
Flinders University’s leadership in innovative medical technology has seen it win a major role to grow links between industry and researchers, under the Federal Government’s innovation agenda.
Flinders University’s new Tonsley facility has been recognised as the best building of its type in Australia by the Master Builders Association of Australia.
A life-saving nurse call device developed by researchers from Flinders University and the University of South Australia has scooped a Gold Design Award, President’s Award and Premier’s Award at the Design Institute of Australia Awards on Saturday night.