Seminars and Events

Biomedical Seminars

Biomedical Seminars are held each week at the Bionics Institute and are open to the public. Registration is not required.

The seminars are held at the Institute, unless stated otherwise:

4-5pm each Friday

Bionics Institute

Level 1, 384-388 Albert Street

East Melbourne

Start Time Title Speaker
16/03/2018 04:00 PM Exploring optical stimulation for cochlear implants Dr Alex Thompson, Research Fellow, Bionics Institute View
29/03/2018 05:30 PM Delivering bionic technologies that improve human health Robert Klupacs, CEO, Bionics Institute A/Prof James Fallon, Research Director, Bionics Institute Nick Sinclair, Senior Research Engineer, Bionics Institute Dr David Nayagam, Senior Research Fellow, Bionics Institute Dr Mehrnaz Shoushtarian, Research Engineer, Bionics Institute View
04/05/2018 04:00 PM Defining the functional neuroanatomy of the urogenital organs to develop strategies for restoring autonomic and sensory function Professor Janet Keast, Chair of Anatomy and Neuroscience, University of Melbourne View
11/05/2018 04:00 PM Forensic DNA Analysis – What does the future hold? Dr Linzi Wilson-Wilde OAM Director National Institute of Forensic Science, Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency View
15/05/2018 12:00 PM Development of an implantable device for the long term sensing of pressure Professor Simon Malpas, University of Auckland View
18/05/2018 04:00 PM Shining Light on Bioengineering – Design and Utilisation of Light Responsive Hydrogels A/Prof John S. Forsythe, Department of Materials Science and Engineering Monash Institute of Medical Engineering View
25/05/2018 04:00 PM Brain-inspired digital memories Shruti Nirantar, PhD candidate at Functional Materials and Microsystems, RMIT University View
01/06/2018 04:00 PM Rate Modulation and Speech Perception for Cochlear Implant Users Tim Brochier, PhD candidate, Bionics Institute View
08/06/2018 04:00 PM Beyond the Shannon limit: Chronic intracochlear electrical stimulation at high charge densities Prof Rob Shepherd, Head of the Medical Bionics Department, University of Melbourne and Principal Scientist at the Bionics Institute View
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