Tour: Hear and Say

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On July 3, students representing various university societies joined us for a tour of Hear and Say – a world-leading paediatric auditory-verbal and implantable technologies organisation that teaches children who are deaf to hear, listen and speak.

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It was great to see students from different disciplines – engineering, medical, robotics, biotechnology, 3D printing, and virtual reality – getting to know each other and having a good time.

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Thank you A/Prof Dimity Dornan and staff at Hear and Say for having us.

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And thank you to the students (from the University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, and Griffith University) who joined us for the tour. We look forward to collaborating with you!

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Perspectives: Human Bionics

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On March 10, experts from diverse fields discussed the present and future of the Human Bionics Industry. The event composed of a presentation from each speaker, followed by an open floor panel discussion.

 

SPEAKERS:

A/Prof Dimity Dornan AO
Hear and Say Managing Director
Founder Human-Bionics Interface Frontiers Industry Group

Sean Powell
PhD Researcher
Biomaterials and Tissue Morphology Group, Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation

Adrienne Olsen
Clinical Specialist – Clinical Development
Cochlear

Matthew Ames
Consumer
Osseointegrated Prosthesis

This event was an initiative of the Human Bionics Student Association, in partnership with Human-Bionics Interfaces Frontiers, Asia-Pacific Centre of Neuromodulation and QUT Fellowship of Medical Engineers.