Program 2


This program will use robots and emerging ultrasound technologies for studying the bone and joint response to complex three-dimensional and time-varying loads experienced during physical activity. These technologies will be used for developing robot-assisted procedures for improving precision in current shoulder arthroplasty procedures and will enable in-vitro testing of orthopaedic devices for the assessment of current and novel orthopaedic devices. This will assist surgical methods for optimal joint function and precision tracking in human motion experiments for rehabilitation and the comprehensive assessment of clinical intervention. 

Program 2 Lead

A/Prof Saulo Martelli

Faculty of Engineering, QUT
QUT Science and Engineering Faculty
E: [email protected]

Post-Doc Fellow

Jing Peng

PhD Student

Arun Jolly

Hidden element

“Relating anatomy, laxity and stability of the glenohumeral joint”.

PhD Student

Morgan Windsor

Hidden element

“High precision robotic surgery for the shoulder”.

PhD Student

Ahmed Sewify

Hidden element

“Automatic Advanced Ultrasound Imaging-Based Tomographic Dynamic Tracking of Shoulder Bony Structures”.

CET Leader

Professor Kirsten Heimann

Flinders University

Connect, Educate & train (CET)

Intellectual Property and Commercialisation

The MB-CRC’s prime objective is to provide a cooperative platform to accelerate the translation of marine bioproduct discoveries and create an energetic and expansive bio-economy industry in Australia, through adoption of the MB-CRC’s IP, processes and candidate products.