The ARC Training Centre for Joint Biomechanics

We are a leading Australian research and training centre tackling clinical and industry-focused challenges in orthopaedics and joint biomechanics. Our Centre brings together leading researchers, surgeons, and industry partners to train the next generation of industry-ready, multidisciplinary engineers, capable of creating and applying new biomechanical technologies.

Our goal is to drive clinical practice toward superior and personalised patient care.

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"Our Vision"

"To become a leading global joint biomechanical research facility focusing on human shoulder mechanobiology"

"Our Mission"

"To transform and translate biomechanical education using multisector collaboration and industry to empower future scientists."

Who We Are

Bringing together a diverse background of skills and expertise, the ARC ITTC for Joint Biomechanics team is uniquely positioned to tackle advanced collaborative research in clinical science, biomechanics, tissue engineering, personalised device development, computational modelling, and rehabilitation technologies to become a global front runner in orthopaedic research.

What we do

Developing Future Leaders

We foster the growth of future leaders and build capacity through training, education and mentoring of interdisciplinary research staff and students.

Scientific Advancement

We develop transformational technologies that drive forward patient care and enhance the global competitiveness of the Australian orthopaedic industry.

Collaborative Translation

We actively bring together industry, academic experts, and clinical end-users to conduct high-quality translation focused research.

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The ARC Training Centre for Joint Biomechanics is funded by the Australian Government and industry partners through the Australian Research Council Industrial Transformation Training Centre Program.