We are working with industry and clinical partners in three major research areas:
Research Program 1
Platform technologies for rigorous design and development of personalised medical implants.
Research Program 2
Technologies for optimising implant materials and manufacturing for maximum patient safety and function.
Research Program 3
Virtual assessment of device performance: From preclinical testing and enhancing clinical trials to planning and decision support.
Looking for a PhD scholarship?
We are currently seeking applicants for multiple PhD scholarship opportunities for research projects that are associated with the ARC Training Centre for Medical Implant Technologies (ARC CMIT).
A scholarship is available to successful PhD candidates for 3 years, with a possible 6-month extension. Each research project will be undertaken with an industry and/or hospital partner. For more information on the research projects, please see below.
Expressions of interest are invited.
Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria for enrolment in Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) at the relevant University node, including the required level of English language proficiency.
Applicants must be willing to undertake research and research training in one of the Centre projects and have an approved academic supervisor from the relevant University.
Academic merit and CV;
Area of study and research proposal;
Academic referee reports;
Interest in and/or experience working with industry partners;
Evidence of well-developed interpersonal and written communication skills.
To express your interest in a PhD scholarship, please email a copy of your CV and academic transcripts: