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.
Researchers at Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) will design a new medical device that could change the way spinal surgeries are delivered.
Laura Diment might look young, but behind her fresh face is a woman with a long history of success in the typically male-dominated domain of engineering.
Dehydration can be a serious health issue for Australia’s mining industry, but a new product to be developed with input from the Medical Device Partnering Program will help manage miners’ health and safety.
Acclaimed Australian biomedical engineer – Flinders Professor Karen Reynolds – has received the Medical Technology Association of Australia’s coveted Outstanding Achievement Award.
Flinders University’s biomedical engineering and assistive technologies cluster is enhancing its reputation for excellence in research, design and development.
Dental patients and practitioners could soon benefit from a faster and more user-friendly dental x-ray solution, thanks to Adelaide-based radiographer Don Chorley.
People with epilepsy may soon be able to sleep a little easier, thanks to research carried out by a team of researchers at Repatriation General Hospital and Flinders University.
Sleep researchers from Flinders University and the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health are road-testing a new pillow that could help alleviate snoring for back sleepers.