Centre for Biomedical Technologies (CBT)

Queensland University of Technology

The Centre for Biomedical Technologies research focuses on improving how we treat complex medical cases stemming from injuries, infection and age-related issues. The centre's stem cells and tissue engineering program is coupling stem cell and biomaterial approaches to regenerate damaged or dysfunctional tissue. Our medical imaging, biomechanics and robotic technologies research program uses big data, artificial intelligence, automated signal processing, advanced medical imaging, vision systems and learning algorithms to develop better medical implants to improve quality of life, and designing smarter, more precise surgical robots. The medical device design and manufacturing program at CBT applies cutting-edge approaches and technologies to design and evaluate patient-specific medical implants and instruments for personalised treatment methods.

Organisation type
  • University Research Centre
Number of research staff
20-100 research staff

Strengths and capabilities

  • Stem cell and tissue engineering
  • Medical imaging, biomechanics and robotic technologies
  • Medical, device, design and manufacturing
  • Regenerative medicine
  • Joint biomechanics
  • Cobotics
  • Additive biomanufacturing
  • Biofabrication and tissue morphology

Facilities and major equipment

  • Molecular Diagnostics Facility

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