A symposium on Personal Health Technologies will be held on April 7, 2021 to showcase top researchers from around the world.
The symposium is being presented by the Australia-China Centre for Personal Health Technologies, a collaboration which is led by Flinders University in Australia and Nankai University in China.
You can register for the event via the Flinders University website.
- AIE-Related Biosensing, Diagnosis and Therapy, Professor Guangxue Feng, South China University of Technology
- Retina Vessel Detection Based on Geodesic Model, Dr Li Liu, Shandong Artificial Intelligence Institute
- Preparation and Biomedical Applications of Novel Molecular Imaging Probes, Professor Dan Ding, Nankai University
- Dialysis Units in Remote Australia, Dr Michael Smith, Purple House
- Novel AIE Sensors for Detecting Protein Biomarkers for Disease Diagnosis and Monitoring, Dr Bicheng Yao, La Trobe University
- Point-of-care biochip for contiguous monitoring of cytokines, Professor Guozhen Liu, School of Life and Health Sciences, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
The Australia-China Centre for Personal Heath Technologies was established in June 2019 with grant funding from the Australian Government as part of the Australia-China Science and Research Fund program and the Ministry of Science and Technology of the People’s Republic of China. The Centre is an international partnership led by Flinders University in Australia and Nankai University in China. Other partners include La Trobe University and SMR Automotive (Australia) and South China University of Technology, Shandong Academy of Sciences and AIEgen Biotech (China).