Speakers

INVITED SPEAKER LINE-UP ANNOUNCED
We’re excited to announce our line-up of internationally recognised speakers.

Prof JAMES GOH

Professor of Biomedical Engineering, National University of Singapore

 

Past President 2015-18,

International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE)

Effectiveness of an Authentic Learning Environment in BME program

RATKO MAGJAREVIC

Professor, Electronic Instrumentation & Biomedical Engineering/University of Zagreb

 

Vice President 2018-21,
Incoming President 2021-24, International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE)

Global impact of biomedical engineering by IFMBE

SHANKAR KRISHNAN

International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE)

 

Developing Industry-University Partnership Models: Features, Benefits and Challenges

Dr. REBECCA BAILEY

Manager of Clinical Engineering, Melbourne Health

Clinical Engineering and Health Technology Management in Public Health

MARK COOK

St. Vincent’s Hospital

 Epilepsy: New Approaches to Management
 

CLAUDIA DI BELLA

University of Melbourne

Advanced bioprinting for musculoskeletal applications.  A surgeon’s perspective

A/Prof KATE FOX

RMIT University

Additive Manufacturing for medical applications

DR DEAN FREESTONE

Seer Medical and The University of Melbourne

Bridging the Technology Gap in Healthcare: The Application of Machine Learning at Seer for Epilepsy Diagnostics and Management

DR SAM JOHN

The University of Melbourne

Stentrode: The Journey to the First-in-Human Clinical Trial

SALLY McARTHUR

Professor of Biomedical Engineering/Swinburne University of Technology

A Tale of Two Adventures in BioEngineering 4D Cell Culture Systems and the Medical Device Partnering Program in Victoria

DR THUSHARA PERERA

Bionics Institute

Movement disorders research at the Bionics Institute

KAREN REYNOLDS

Flinders University

Biomedical Engineering – Research with Vowels

DR JEFFREY ROSENFELD

Monash University and Alfred Hospital

The past, present and future of the human brain computer interface. 

LLOYD WALKER

Director Assistive Technology; National Disability Insurance Agency, Australia.

and

DR IAIN BROWN

Assistive Technology & Seating (NSLHD)

The changing role of the Rehabilitation Engineer – facilitating personalised technology for inclusion

TRISH WILLIAMS

Flinders University

 Oh no, not more acronyms! What are the MIA in digital health and cybersecurity today and why?