Associate Professor Fisher from University of Applied Sciences, Germany, will speak on current evidence for different approaches and instruments for pain assessments in older persons, patients with dementia and patients with delirium
MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology - Biomedical Research at Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology CentreMHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology
Professor Nguyen's presentation will focus on biomedical applications and presents the past and current works being undertaken by QMNC on micro/nanofluidics, lab on a chip, lab on skin, organ on a chip, three-dimensional cell culture, point-of-care diagnostics of diseases, and implantable microdevices.
Dr Strobel's presentation describes the technology developed at Advanced Solutions Life Sciences to isolate whole intact microvessels from adipose tissue and how when embedded in a matrix, microvessels, sprout, grow, and form an interconnected vascular network comparable to the native vasculature. This technology has been successfully applied to a variety of different systems.
2019 MHIQ Lecture Series - Why research matters to Healthcare. Making a case for embedding research into routine service delivery2019 MHIQ Lecture Series
Professor Zeps presentation will outline how the principle of embedding has been at the core of developing the Epworth Research Strategy and the reforms to deliver a more proportionate and efficient Research Governance Framework. The outcomes of this reform will be presented in the context of increased opportunities to increase clinical trial activity as well as clinician driven health service oriented research.
The presentation by Prof Juha Töyräs focuses on development of quantitative techniques for arthroscopy, delayed CT arthrography and modelling of joint function. Dr Antônio Padilha L Bó will discuss how neuroengineering, robotics, VR, smart sensing, and improved control interfaces may be used to create new rehabilitation devices