THE BIOTECH FUTURES CHALLENGE WILL TAKE PLACE IN VIC
Registration is now closed for students. Good luck to our teams and mentors. If you are interested in participating in 2023, email us today!
ARE YOU A STUDENT FROM VICTORIA?
After the success of our Victoria challenge in 2020, we are continuing to expand and want to give more students the opportunity to work on a project with a world-class researcher. The BIOTech Futures Challenge will also take place across our separate satellite locations. VIC challenge will follow the same structure as NSW and International challenges so check out what's in store here. Please note the VIC challenge will take place before the NSW challenge so register your interest so you don't miss out.
KEY VIC DATES 2022
ABOUT THE VIC CHALLENGE
The Victorian BIOTech Futures Challenge is hosted by the ARC Training Centre for Medical Implant Technologies at the University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia in conjunction with UoM’s FEIT Girl Power program.
Registration for the VIC challenge will open from April 25th. However, due to limited places spots are filling up fast. If you or your group are keen on participating, please reach out via email by clicking the link above.
The Australian Research Council Training Centre for Medical Implant Technologies (ARC CMIT) provides training for PhD students and early career researchers to engage with industry and clinical partners. The Centre specialises in personalised 3D printed orthopaedic and maxillofacial implants.
The ARC CMIT brings together world-leading biomedical engineers, scientists, and clinicians and connects these experts with medical implant global supply chain providers from Australia, China, Belgium, U.K. and the U.S.A. The goal of the ARC CMIT is to support research translation which leads to the development of best industry and clinical practice, new products, processes and solutions.
CMIT will build a robust training environment for interdisciplinary engineers to develop and evaluate personalised implants and surgical solutions. The Centre will create new networks, international collaborations and a generation of industry-ready researchers critical to growing Australia’s burgeoning medical implant industry.