Centre for Medical Diagnostic Technologies Queensland (MedTeQ)

School of Information Technology & Electrical Engineering, The University of Queensland

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Illustration of medical imaging equipment

The Centre works to build the next generation of medical imaging and monitoring systems and develop completely new ways of making medical images to measure physiological function. MedTeQ undertakes world class research of medical devices in a range of disciplines in consultation with clinicians at each of its partner hospitals in Queensland, who provide input on prototype development and access to patient cohorts. MedTeQ's two aims are: to improve health care and efficiency through enhanced diagnostic systems and alternate modes of care delivery; and to generate the design of innovative diagnostic devices and systems.

Website http://medteq.itee.uq.edu.au

Key science sectors

Strengths and capabilities

  • Biomedical imaging
  • Hybrid Technologies
  • Development of screening tools
  • Clinically driven soloutions
  • Sleep and Respiratory research

Facilities and major equipment

  • Faraday Cage
  • Imaging Phantoms
  • Ultrasound Machine
  • Image Mass Spectrometer

Number of research staff

Upto 20 research staff


Level 1, Zelman Cowan Building 78, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, St Lucia, 4072

Lead researcher

  • Professor Stuart Crozier—Has expertise in imaging technology and applications, instrumentation for physiological measurement and semi-automated diagnostics.

Achievements of the centre

  • Professor Stuart Crozier wins top Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering Clunies Ross Award for MRI technology

Organisation type

  • University Research Centre

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