The Graeme Clark Institute draws on the collective medical, engineering and scientific capabilities of the University of Melbourne, supported by healthcare and research partners from the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct and beyond.
Key areas of biomedical engineering expertise within the Institute include tissue engineering, nanomedicine, biomimetics, biomechanics, medical bionics, implant systems, biosignals, medical robotics, mechanobiology, computational engineering, systems and synthetic biology, biomedical imaging, and health informatics.
Biomechanics and Medical Implants
3D printed replacement joints and bones designed and specifically built for patients.
Electroceuticals, Bionics and Neuroimaging
Enhancing the treatment, diagnosis, and understanding of neurological and cardiovascular conditions using advanced technologies and computational methods for improved patient outcomes.
Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine
Treating injuries and diseases by harnessing the body's own healing capabilities.