Research in ACCTERM is conducted by a multi-disciplinary group internationally recognised for the application of biomedical engineering techniques to provide new technologies, materials, procedures, and medical devices.

The research incorporates expertise in the broad range of areas focused on issues encountered in musculoskeletal clinical practice, which include:

  • animal models
  • biomaterials
  • biofabrication
  • cartilage biomechanics
  • cell biology
  • cell biomechanics
  • clinical research
  • emergency medicine
  • histology
  • quantitative imaging
  • mathematical modelling
  • mechanical testing
  • osteoarthritis
  • osteoporosis
  • regenerative medicine
  • spinal deformity and spinal disease
  • surgical implants
  • tissue engineering
  • tissue mechanics.


Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering

Bone and Joint Disorders

Regenerative Dentistry