Biofrabrication and Tissue Morphology Group

Based at our state-of-the-art labs at QUT Kelvin Grove Campus, aligned with the Centre for Biomedical Technologies, our research has generated new knowledge on tissue-scaffold interaction leading to next generation technology development. Our pre-clinical studies have demonstrated the success of our biofabrication approach to tissue engineering in vivo. With continued intensive research, we aim to translate this revolutionary technology from the laboratory into routine clinical use.

Biomechanics and Spine Research Group (formerly)

The Biomechanics and Spine Research Group (BSRG) at the Queensland University of Technology undertake a wide range of basic science to clinical research. Our approach to new discoveries is to apply a multidisciplinary research framework engaging Orthopaedic Surgeons, Biomedical Engineers and basic Biologists to address clinically driven problems such as;  Paediatric Spine Deformity Research,  Mechanobiology of Bone Remodelling & Adaptation,  Osteoporotic Fractures & the Aging Spine,  Spine Implant Testing and Analysis and the Characterisation of Biological Tissues.

Edmund joined the BSRG in 2019 as a postdoctoral research fellow.

Laboratory for Advanced Modelling and Simulation in Engineering and Science (formerly)

The LAMSES Group of the Queensland University of Technology has been carrying out real world numerical and experimental research in the fields of engineering and science since 2011.  Edmund joined the LAMSES research group at the beginning of his PhD studies.  He now maintains close collaborations with LAMSES.