Students will be able to undertake joint programs which will develop new skills and a better understanding of medical, bioengineering, bio medical, and engineering issues as they apply to health problems.

Limited workforce development is one of the barriers to achieving greater commercialisation of research discoveries.  

The ACMD will provide a unique opportunity  to fully integrate education into the research environment. Our ‘hands on’ training model will equip the next generation of tertiary students with the necessary skills and a greater understanding of emerging technologies in medicine.This will produce clinicians with an interest in applying research outcomes to patient treatment, engineers with insight into how their discoveries might be used in clinical applications, and scientists who are technically skilled and workplace ready.