Flinders University’s Professor Karen Reynolds has been awarded Engineers Australia’s top award for biomedical engineering at a gala awards ceremony in Brisbane. Professor Reynolds received the […]
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). […]
An ‘intelligent compression’ device is being developed at Flinders to check for deep vein thrombosis during surgery.
Flinders University’s Professor Karen Reynolds has joined the advisory board for the multi-billion-dollar Australian Government Medical Research Future Fund.
The Medical Device Partnership Program at Flinders at Tonsley is supporting the development of an innovative new splint for first-aid kits and emergency situations.
Professor Karen Reynolds has been named as one of the Knowledge Nation 100, a group of visionaries, intellects, founders and game changers seen as the foremost contributors to Australia’s knowledge economy.
‘OrbIT’, Flinders University’s award-winning accessible gaming system and novel controller, will feature at the 3rd European Conference on Design4Health this week.
Flinders biomedical engineer Professor Karen Reynolds and Professor Jeffrey Fuller, Associate Dean of Research in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, have been acclaimed as leaders in their fields.