The 生物医学技术中心 aims to deliver better health in our lifetime, by improving how we treat complex medical cases stemming from injuries, 感染和年龄相关问题.

OB欧宝体育官方网站入口的研究 and development focuses on better patient treatments and quality of life into the future using regenerative approaches, 机器人与人工智能, and advanced manufacturing to expand surgical possibilities and reduce complications.



We conduct world-leading research in tissue engineering, 生物力学, medical imaging and medical robotics to make advances that will shape the future of healthcare.


We're developing manufacturing processes for medical devices to improve their effectiveness and cost-effectiveness. We’re also partnering with industry to develop new technologies to make surgeries more straightforward and accurate.


We're increasing capacity in biomedical technologies through targeted and multi-faculty training of 学生, 博士后研究人员, 学者, 和行业.


We engage with communities to develop technologies that meet their needs.



把顶尖的研究人员聚集在一起, successful industry partners and end-users to develop the next generation of additive biomanufacturing technologies.


Transforming personalised surgical treatment of joints using state-of-the-art biomechanical techniques.


Facilitating research into tissue engineering and regenerative medicine that will lead to better patient outcomes through progressive new treatments for diseases.

Multiscale 3D Imaging, Modelling and Manufacturing

Quantitative 3D imaging and image analysis as a foundation for disruptive technological advances.


The centre is based in Brisbane with facilities located at QUT’s campuses at Kelvin Grove and Gardens Point, along with facilities at major hospital sites around Brisbane, giving our researchers and collaborators excellent opportunities for fundamental and translational research.

OB欧宝体育官方网站入口的研究ers have access to facilities such as:



研究 in Focus competition finds beauty in discovery

This beautiful microscopic image of a coral polyp the size of a pinhead has won QUT’s 2021 研究 in Focus competition.


QUT awarded two REDI fellowships for MedTech projects with Stryker and TissueGnostics

QUT researchers will work on new prostate cancer diagnostic technology and standardising patient-specific 3D-printed biomedical implant workflows as two of 10 recipients of 2021 REDI Fellowships announced today.