Dr Egon Perilli, Senior Research Fellow with Flinders University and member of the Medical Device Research Institute, was invited to morning tea with Her Royal Highness […]
Local artist, Nicola Sassanelli kindly donated his painting, ‘Living Under Pressure’ to the Medical Device Research Institute, dedicated to Professor Karen Reynolds, in light of Karen’s […]
Flinders University has honoured a group of its most eminent professors with the inaugural award of the title of “Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor”. Announcing the awards, […]
Congratulations to the Hexapod Robot team on winning the 2012 Engineering Excellence South Australian Award for Innovation/Research and Development and also the Malcolm Kinnaird Engineering Excellence […]
Congratulations to the Hexapod Robot (a state of the art six degree of freedom testing system for biomechanical research) project team and the Medical Device Partnering […]
Congratulations to MDRI Director, Professor Karen Reynolds, who was awarded South Australian Scientist of the Year for 2012. For the full article, click here. We would […]
Congratulations to David Hobbs and Martin Henschke who co-presented their paper at the Australian Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology Association (ARATA) Conference 2012 and won 1st prize in the ‘Soft Technology Awards’. Their paper, “Game on! Accessible gaming for children with disabilities” was authored by David Hobbs, Martin Henschke, Brett Wilkinson and Karen Reynolds.
There was a strong presence at the recent Australian & New Zealand Orthopaedic Research Society (ANZORS) Conference, held 30 Aug-1 Sept, with many MDRI members presenting papers, including Mark Taylor who was an invited speaker.
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