Skills program to ramp-up medical invention

Expressions of interest are closing soon for the The BridgeTech Program, which is a fully supported professional development program on medical technology commercialisation run by the Queensland University of Technology, with support from a consortium of partners that includes Flinders University.

The skills program will run nationally for the first time this year, selecting up to 100 participants. Applications close on 8 June 2018.

Aiming to help Australia more effectively capitalise on its world-class medical research sector, the program provides entrepreneurs and scientists with training and expertise on the commercialisation pathway for medical devices and diagnostics.

It has been developed in collaboration with industry partners and leaders in key global organisations in the medical-biotechnology sector, and comprises four online self-paced training modules, a seminar series and a three-day residential workshop to consolidate learning and provides the opportunity for participants to network with some of the sector’s leading organisations.

Flinders University encourages mid-career researchers, entrepreneurs and business development professionals to apply.

How to Apply:

Complete the online Expression of Interest form and attach a 2 page CV, through the BridgeTech webpage before the closing date of 8 June 2018.




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