The medical and biotechnology industries are two of the highest income generating industries which are on a constant growth curve. Both of these industries are attracting significant state and national government funding and are attracting enormous research interest. The Biomedical Electronics research group within the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is investigating biomolecular electronics, electrical and electromagnetic properties of the human body, biomedical signal processing and electrophysiology.
The biomedical electronics research group is a leading member of the Australian Centre for Radiofrequency Bioeffects Research (ACRBR). This National Health and Medical Research Council funded Centre of Excellence was established to investigate possible biological and health effects of human exposure to radiofrequency (RF) field radiation from mobile phones and other radio sources.
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- Biosignals Lab
- Affiliated with the Health Innovations Research Institute
Professor Irena Cosic
Research Group Leader
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