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Professor Marshall is a celebrated vaccination researcher, who has been named the 2022 South Australia Australian of the Year. Her work in vaccinology, public health and infectious diseases at the University of Adelaide’s Robinson Research Institute has focused on protecting babies and children from Meningococcal disease. She led the world’s larges…
 
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has been described as a ‘silent pandemic’, and now takes more lives than malaria and HIV globally, and in Australia, over 1,600 deaths were attributed to AMR in 2019. CARB-X (Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Biopharmaceutical Accelerator) is a global non-profit partnership focused on supporting antibacterial re…
 
As new COVID-19 variants are detected in Australia and a wave of COVID cases spike again, researchers at the University of Sydney have teamed up with an international consortium to develop a low-cost variant proof COVID-19 vaccine with the help of US $19.3 million funding from The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations. To tell us more abo…
 
Heart attack caused by rupture of unstable plaque in the coronary arteries is the number one cause of death worldwide. Melbourne-based medtech company Nirtek, is using laser technology discovered at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, to develop the first intra-coronary guidewire device for the detection of unstable plaque to prevent heart atta…
 
As the world’s largest Biotech convention, BIO 2022, gets underway in San Diego California after a 2 year hiatus due to pandemic restrictions, MTPConnect’s team is on the ground promoting Australian companies at the Australian Pavilion (led by AusBiotech) and attending various events and meetings. In this pacey compilation, MTPConnect CEO Stuart Di…
 
The last few years have been dominated by the global fight against COVID-19 and research efforts continue in search of new treatments and vaccines to save lives. Melbourne-based Dimerix Bioscience is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company investigating a new treatment for respiratory complications as a result of COVID 19 – which was selected fo…
 
Around the world, approximately 16,500 people die from sudden cardiac arrest every day due to delayed access to a defibrillator. We speak with Donovan Casey, co-founder, CEO and Executive chairman of Rapid Response Revival, a Sydney based medical technology startup hoping to improve these odds of survival by developing CellAED - a life-saving porta…
 
Is your startup on a mission to address a major public health challenge? Do you need the know-how, guidance and connections to get investment-ready and rapidly grow? MTPConnect co-hosts Caroline Duell and Dr Duncan Macinnis, Director Stakeholder Engagement for NSW and ACT, look into the unique Health 10X Accelerator delivered by the George Institut…
 
We speak to Robert Yearsley, CEO and co-founder of ARIA Research, a company developing a new medical device - a non-surgical and non-invasive Electronic Vision Aid in the form of a pair of glasses - which enables blind and vision-impaired people to see through sound. ARIA has been developed in collaboration with University of Sydney, University of …
 
In the first face-to-face podcast interview since January 2020, we speak with Dr Mat McGann, co-founder and CEO of Health Horizon, a health innovation tracking and discovery platform - making it easy to follow the progress of medical innovations around the world. MTPConnect supported Health Horizon's development through the Growth Centre Project Fu…
 
The show takes a look at how we can take more great Australian science from the lab bench into the boardroom. And create companies, jobs and products. Joining the podcast is Misha Schubert, Chief Executive Officer at Science & Technology Australia and Professor Mark Hutchinson, the new President at Science & Technology Australia. Science & Technolo…
 
The Clinical Translation and Commercialisation - Medtech (CTCM) program, delivered by MTPConnect, is offered under the 2020 Early Stage Translation and Commercialisation Support Grant of the Medical Research Future Fund's Medical Research Commercialisation Initiative. The $19.75 million CTCM program is targeting Australian small to medium-sized ent…
 
We get an update on the development of Australia’s world-first Bionic Eye System. Similar to Cochlear’s bionic ear, it involves a visual implant to give functional vision to people who’ve lost their sight due to the genetic condition, Retinitis Pigmentosa. The consortium behind this innovation, which has just been granted a Breakthrough Device desi…
 
For our first episode of 2022, we look into a new partnership between Perth-based oligonucleotides manufacturer SynGenis and Sydney-based diagnostic company SpeeDx. WA start-up SynGenis is the brainchild of Professor Rakesh Veedu, a world-renowned oligonucleotide chemical biologist. Sydney-based SpeeDx, led by CEO Colin Denver, is a privately owned…
 
Episode 118. Ancient and New: WA’s Cliniface and Lyfe Languages Improving Indigenous Healthcare Through Technology The podcast visits Western Australia to find out how new technology like Artificial Intelligence is being used to improve healthcare for Indigenous Australians and those living in remote communities. Cliniface is delivering the world’s…
 
It’s World Antimicrobial Awareness Week and we are shining a light on Australia’s expertise and innovations to fight superbugs. In this episode, hosts Caroline Duell and Dr Rebecca Tunstall, MTPConnect’s Senior Director of Stakeholder Engagement, catch up with BiomeBank, a company out of South Australia. As Australia's first public stool bank and a…
 
It’s World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2021 and we are shining a light on Australia’s expertise and innovations to fight superbugs. In this episode we catch up with Recce Pharmaceuticals, a company out of Western Australia that is pioneering the development and commercialisation of a new class of synthetic anti-infectives designed to overcome resi…
 
It’s World Antimicrobial Awareness Week and we are shining a light on Australia’s expertise and innovations to fight antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and superbugs. In this episode, we catch up with LBT Innovations, a groundbreaking South Australian company designing advanced medical technologies that automate culture plate reading and improve medica…
 
It’s World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2021 and we are shining a light on Australia’s expertise and innovations to fight antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and superbugs. Joining our podcast host Caroline Duell is MTPConnect’s Director of Stakeholder Engagement for Queensland Andrew Bowskill, who is the co-chair of AAMRNet, Australia’s first industry …
 
We catch up with medtech start-up Coviu, the company behind a game-changing video telehealth software that is now being used by 65,000+ health professionals in Australia. Coviu recently took out two awards at the Australian Technologies Competition (ATC), an accelerator program that MTPConnect supports in partnership with the Australian Government’…
 
The Targeted Translation Research Accelerator (TTRA) initiative for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, supported by the Medical Research Future Fund, is providing a new integrated research program to improve the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of diabetes and cardiovascular disease (D&CVD) in Australia. The TTRA is calling for Exp…
 
Dr Maheshi Ramasamy is a Principal Investigator at the Oxford Vaccine Group where she leads on adult clinical vaccine trials including the Oxford AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine trials. Dr Ramasamy joins the podcast from the UK to take us through the challenges of developing a successful international clinical trial against the clock during a fast-mov…
 
A South Australian start-up biotech company, Sementis Limited, has joined the global quest to develop a second-generation COVID-19 vaccine using their proprietary viral-vector vaccine platform technology, in partnership with the University of South Australia. The vaccine candidate is anticipated to be effective against mutant strains of COVID-19. T…
 
GSK Australia has developed the GSK Graduate Researcher Program, with support from MTPConnect’s Researcher Exchange and Development within Industry (REDI) initiative. The multinational pharmaceutical company gives PhD postgraduates a 12-month placement assigning them to lead on core projects in areas such as early product development, medical affai…
 
Australian company Synchron has developed a brain chip called the Stentrode that helps people with paralysis communicate by controlling digital devices with their thoughts. The groundbreaking medical device is implanted into the motor cortex without open brain surgery. It has been trialed successfully with several Australian patients and is the fir…
 
Australian MedTech startup, Vantari VR, has developed a virtual reality technology-based on flight simulation for medical training. It’s already being used to teach life-saving medical procedures in several Australian hospitals. The technology is so good it’s attracted funding from one of the world’s largest video game developers! Dr Nishanth (Nish…
 
Strep A is a highly contagious bacteria responsible for more than half a million deaths every year and is developing resistance to antibiotics. In Australia, diseases caused by Strep A, such as rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease, disproportionately affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. The good news is an Australian led…
 
In this episode, we take you to our recent Collaboration and Skills Summit where we brought together a panel of industry experts to share their tips and experiences on how to maximise virtual partnering success at biotech conferences and meetings. You will hear from Colin Denver, CEO of SpeeDx Pty Ltd, an Australian diagnostics company developing t…
 
In this episode, we take you to the launch of our new report into Australia’s Clinical Trials sector held on International Clinical Trials Day in Melbourne. MTPConnect brought together a panel of thought leaders to discuss the importance of clinical trials. Hear insights from our esteemed panel chaired by Dr Dan Grant, MTPConnect's Managing Directo…
 
In this episode we take you to our recent Collaboration and Skills Summit where we brought together a panel of industry experts to share their tips and experiences on how to maximise virtual partnering success at biotech conferences and meetings. You will hear from Dr Nina Webster, the Managing Director & CEO of Dimerix Limited who shares the highs…
 
This week’s edition of the MTPConnect podcast checks in with the Australian Technology Competition - Australia's national Competition, late-stage accelerator and partnerships program designed to identify and accelerate homegrown scaleups with global potential. Last year, Electrogenics Laboratories won the Australian Technology Company of the Year a…
 
Tune in for part 2 of our 100th episode special, following our chat with Professor Kate Schroder, head of the Inflammasome Laboratory and Director of the Centre for Inflammation and Disease Research at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB), University of Queensland and Professor Ian Henderson, the Director of IMB. We explore the story behind…
 
Happy 100th episode subscribers! We bring you part 1 of a special double episode following our chat with Professor Kate Schroder, head of the Inflammasome Laboratory and Director of the Centre for Inflammation and Disease Research at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB), University of Queensland and Professor Ian Henderson, the Director of …
 
In this week’s episode, we chat to WA-based digital health company Artrya’s Co-Founders - CEO John Konstantopoulos and Chairman John Barrington AM - about developing their heart disease detection application, which uses radiology and Artificial Intelligence to more accurately identify patients at risk of Coronary Artery Disease without invasive sur…
 
For this episode, we take you to our monthly seminar which is hosted by MTPConnect’s Andrew Bowskill and facilitated by Dr Lisette Pregelj (The University of Queensland). We bring together an expert panel to discuss the opportunities and challenges of embracing Australia’s adaptive regulation process when developing digital health technologies. Hea…
 
For this episode, we explore the Australian Government’s focus on modern manufacturing and Medical Products. The Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, The Hon. Karen Andrews MP recently announced that funding is now available for Medical Products manufacturing under the $1.3 billion Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI). The Minister also …
 
For this episode, we explore and navigate the development pathway for emerging digital health entrepreneurs with our REDI partner, ANDHealth, Australia’s national digital health initiative. Supported by MTPConnect’s REDI initiative, ANDHealth is providing a range of popular bespoke training programs to build commercialisation capabilities for found…
 
Melbourne based-Starpharma CEO Dr Jackie Fairley joins the MTPConnect Podcast this week to share the full story behind the fast track development of VIRALEZE™, an antiviral nasal spray for COVID-19 just registered in Europe and soon to be available in the EU and UK to complement vaccines and other preventative measures. Jackie shares how MRFF fundi…
 
We’re patching you into our first seminar series webinar for 2021 about the opportunity to access Round 11 of Cooperative Research Centres Projects (CRC-P) Grants which provides funding for short-term industry-led research collaborations. Our guests Martin Dent and Adrian March from the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER) …
 
In this week’s podcast, we travel to Perth to talk to regenerative medicine company Orthocell about gaining TGA, EU and US FDA approval to market its CelGro collagen membrane for dental and jaw bone surgeries. CelGro is a collagen scaffold that supports tissue reconstruction and repair. Orthocell CEO Paul Anderson discusses the regulatory approach …
 
This week the podcast travels to the city of Newcastle to find out why a new regional medtech industry network has sprung up in the Hunter Central Coast Region, a location synonymous with coal. Trevor John, Director of Regional Development and Executive Officer and Kate O’Mara, Director Special Projects from the Regional Development Australia Hunte…
 
Brisbane-based Ellume Health’s Founder and CEO Dr Sean Parsons joins the MTPConnect podcast this week to share the full story behind developing the first #COVID-19 Home Test to be given FDA Emergency Use Authorisation in the United States. Ellume recently signed a $300 million deal with the US government to supply the over-the-counter diagnostic wh…
 
To stimulate collaboration across industry, research and clinical organisations we’re allocating $20 million to support the establishment of two new Research Centres through the Targeted Translation Research Accelerator (TTRA) initiative for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, supported by the Medical Research Future Fund. MTPConnect is calling fo…
 
The Targeted Translation Research Accelerator (TTRA) initiative for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, supported by the Medical Research Future Fund, is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the first round of Research Projects funding. The program is making available $18 million to support translational Research Projects that have the po…
 
While Australia is getting on top of COVID-19 and Britain begins vaccinating frontline healthcare workers, the virus is still raging in the US, Europe, and many parts of the world. It all underscores the critical importance of ongoing pandemic preparedness – for policy makers, industry and the community. To hear more about Australia’s efforts, we m…
 
Digital evolution is the central enabling megatrend of the MTP sector. As healthcare incorporates more and more digital solutions, its important to get cybersecurity right. Lives depend on it. So how do we secure the digital safety and security of Australian medical technology and is the sector too complacent? MTPConnect’s Managing Director & CEO D…
 
We’re patching you into our November 2020 Seminar Series webinar about how to craft a successful commercialisation funding application. Hear valuable tips from communications specialist and grant writer Rebecca Colless from gemaker, experienced grant assessor Dr Andy Gearing from BioComm Squared and Professor Kevin Pfleger from UWA who shares his a…
 
Happy bonus episode listeners! To mark World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, the MTPConnect podcast team caught up with OUTBREAK Managing Director & Co-founder Associate Professor Branwen Morgan from the University of Technology Sydney and Distinguished Professor Antoine van Oijen, who is OUTBREAK’s Deputy Managing Director and Director of Health Pro…
 
For this episode, we’re exploring the incredible benefits that can flow from connecting PhD graduates with industry. By giving researchers real-world experiences in research-intensive organisations, we can drive better commercialisation outcomes. And it’s exactly what we’re doing as a core component of our ‘Researcher Exchange and Development withi…
 
The Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) is an ideas incubator, established in 2008, with the ambitious goal to make Australia the fastest country in the world to take a medical device to market. The program has been connecting with start-ups in Adelaide and now Victoria to develop their cutting-edge medical devices and is now expanding its ser…
 
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