The University of Wollongong (UOW) is a young and vibrant university with undiminished ambitions and a strong sense of who we are. To confront the challenges of a rapidly changing world we’ve made it our mission to help improve society, through research, innovation and collaboration. From next-gen materials engineering in medicine to tackling superbugs at a molecular level, our research is purposeful and positive.
UOW Researchers are internationally recognised as leaders in electromaterials research, and have made ground-breaking discoveries in Biofabrication. UOW is proud to be positioned as a global leader in research, training and translation in biofabrication. Together with our partners we’re working tirelessly to deliver 3D bioprinting solutions for real world clinical problems.
The Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research was established in 1998 to unify scientists in Western Australian in the pursuit of excellence in medical research. The Perkins has grown to become one of the state’s leading medical research institutes. We bring together exceptional multidisciplinary world-class scientists and clinicians in state-of-the art facilities to work together to defeat major diseases that impact our community – cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and rare genetic diseases.