Research into eating, eye, sleep and autoimmune disorders were among the nine outstanding papers awarded the Flinders University Best Research Higher Degree Student publications for 2015.
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.
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.
The Swedish Ambassador to Australia, Pär Ahlberger, has visited Flinders University’s new Tonsley facility during his first trip to Adelaide.
Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) will remain a driving force behind SA’s medical technologies industry, thanks to an extra $250,000 in State Government funding.
The US Ambassador’s Innovation Roundtable rolls into Flinders at Tonsley tomorrow, with a focus on building collaborations in advanced health and medical device development.
Qatar’s Chargé D’affaires to Australia has become the latest VIP to visit Flinders University’s new $120m Tonsley facility.
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.