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IT in healthcare: getting your product to market

Thursday, 20 September 2018 | 9 am–1 pm A free workshop hosted by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science Entrepreneurs’ Programme IT in healthcare applications, devices and systems has seen rapid growth and expansion in recent times. The…

2018 ARCS Annual Conference – Healthcare 4.0: The Data Imperative

21–23 August 2018 Royal Randwick Turf Club, Sydney ARCS Annual Conference registrations are closing on Tuesday 14 August 2018. So hurry and register now to not miss out on the fabulous program with over 230 confirmed speakers and session…

RUR2020: A re-imagination of Karel Capek’s classic sci-fi thriller, performed in a real-life laboratory

From August 9-19th biomedical research centre BioFab3D and immersive theatre company PlayReactive present a new play by local writer Rohan Byrne — RUR 2020. Staged in a real laboratory as part of National Science Week, this modern reimagining…

HealthTech Innovation Challenge – 2018 Pitch Event

The Graeme Clark Institute for Biomedical Engineering (GCI), The University of Melbourne, the Melbourne Academic Centre for Health (MACH) and Neurosciences Victoria are pleased to invite you to the Pitch Event for the HealthTech Innovation Challenge for 2018 Pitch Event, where…

Melbourne 4.0 Taskforce: Future Skills – Changes to Australia’s Skilled Migration Program and accessing global talent

Thursday, 16th August 2018 The Federal Government’s abolition and replacement of the 457 visa with the more stringent Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa earlier in the year was met with criticism from the business sector, especially the tech…

Symposium on Regulatory Fundamentals in Medical Devices

Tuesday, 28th August 2018, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm This symposium, hosted by CSIRO, is designed to provide an introduction to regulatory fundamentals in the context of biomedical devices. The symposium will feature five speakers from the Therapeutic…

Melbourne School of Population and Global Health – Short Courses

About the Health Economics Unit The Health Economics Unit undertakes a range of economic evaluation, health systems research, simulation modelling and risk prediction, health inequality, and methodological research. Our projects have informed policy-making decisions in a range of…

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