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St. Vincent's Hospital Clinical Sciences Building

2nd Floor Lecture Theatre

29 Regent Street

Fitzroy, VIC 3065

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This event brings together clinicians, scientists and engineers from around Australia to share in the celebration of advances over the past 12 months and to articulate ongoing challenges and plans to tackle them.

Hear about advances in corneal regeneration, printed ears, treating sleep apnoea, bone and cartilage regeneration as well as customised printers developed for islet cell transplantation... and much more!

Program:

10:00am Gordon Wallace, ACES/UOW - Welcome

10:10am Claudia Di Bella, University of Melbourne - Fundamental Research to Clinical Solutions

10:30am Mark Cook, University of Melbourne - Developing an Implantable Epilepsy Monitoring Device

10:50am Payal Mukherjee, ENT Care Sydney - Navigating Forward for Bioprinting

11:10am Gil Stynes, Wollongong Hospital - Towards 3-D Printing of Prototype Permanently Implantable Percutaneous Devices

11:30am Coffee/Tea Break

11:50am Stephen Beirne, University of Wollongong - Customised Bioprinters

12:10pm Zhilian Yue, University of Wollongong - E-threads – Controlled Drug Delivery Via Sutures

12:30pm Jeremy Crook, University of Wollongong - Processing Cells for Bioprinting

12:50pm Toby Coates, University of Adelaide - Progress Towards an Artificial 3D Printed Pancreas

1:10pm Xiao Liu, University of Wollongong - Bioinks

1:30pm Peter Barlis, The University of Melbourne - Innovations in Cardiovascular Imaging and Modelling

1:50pm Lunch

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St. Vincent's Hospital Clinical Sciences Building

2nd Floor Lecture Theatre

29 Regent Street

Fitzroy, VIC 3065

Australia

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