Bionics Institute welcomes new members to the Board of Directors

We are delighted to welcome Hannah Crawford, Sujata Stead and Mike Younger to the Bionics Institute Board of Directors. Read more

Bionics Institute projects showcase opportunities for Girls in STEM

Sacred Heart Geelong alum Emily Birthisel is completing an internship while completing a Masters of Biotechnology at the University of Melbourne. Emily spoke about her internship at the Bionics Institute Girls in STEM 2022 Program launch. Read more

Ground-breaking tinnitus test paves the way to new treatments

A ground-breaking diagnostic test under development at the Bionics Institute in Melbourne could pave the way to new treatments for Australians suffering the auditory torment of tinnitus. Read more

Quest for new diabetes treatment advances to the next step

Our researchers have shown that a nerve stimulation device under development at the Bionics Institute can lower blood sugar levels in just one hour. Read more

Tinnitus: detecting an invisible condition

Deb from Geelong is one of many Australians suffering from tinnitus. Your support can help bring relief to those like Deb who live with the misery of constant ringing and buzzing in their ears. Read more

Bionics Institute researcher goes the extra mile

Bionics Institute’s Mica Haneman will be taking part in a triathlon later this year to raise money towards our cochlear implant research. Read more

Combining medical device research and data science

Bionics Institute’s Senior Data Scientist Gautam Balasubramanian is developing machine learning and signal processing algorithms for our research teams. Read more

New drug treatment hope for hearing loss

Read about our new hearing research. Read more

2021 Field Rickards Annual Awards for Leadership and Impact

A number of our staff were recognised for their excellence by our leadership and impact awards. Read more

Professor Colette McKay elected Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences

Professor Colette McKay has been elected as Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS). An internationally recognised and distinguished auditory science researcher, Professor Mckay leads translational hearing research at the Bionics Institute. Read more

Melbourne invention brings new hope for rheumatoid arthritis

Read about our new anti-inflammatory nerve treatment Read more

Bionics Institute recruiting medical device research leaders

The Bionics Institute is recruiting visionary medical device research leaders with the experience and skills needed to transform the way we treat disease. If you’re looking for the next step up in your career, get in touch. Read more

2021 Philanthropy Update

Bionics Institute's new Head of Philanthropy, Ann Fazakerley, shares the impact of your support in 2021 Read more

Is electricity the key to treating rheumatoid arthritis?

Electric medicine may hold the key to a drug-free treatment for rheumatoid arthritis, a condition that affects over 20 million people worldwide, including 500,000 Australians Read more

Meet Our Research Director

Bionics Institute's Research Director A/Prof James Fallon introduces how the Bionics Institute are using Electric Medicine to pioneer new treatments Read more

What’s The Connection Between Jewellery And Electrodes?

Bionics Institute's electro-fabrication team use unexpected skills to turn medical device research into reality Read more

Neo-Bionica appoints internationally recognised CEO and Chair

Neo-Bionica, a joint venture between Bionics Institute and The University of Melbourne is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Ludovic Labat as CEO and Lusia Guthrie as Chair of the Board. Read more

Bionics Institute hearing test for babies gets a step closer to being used in clinics

A new hearing test for babies developed by researchers at the Bionics Institute is moving to the next stage of development to enable its use in audiology clinics. Read more