ISCAST Fellow, Graeme Clark has received another honour recognising his lifetime of service. Graeme is an ISCAST Distinguished Fellow who speaks often of the integration of his life of Christian faith and his vocation as a scientist. He also recognises the importance of ISCAST’s work, saying recently, “I am impressed by ISCAST’s approach to questions of faith and science. This is an issue of great importance for people of all ages, and it is being extremely well addressed by ISCAST.”
Graeme’s name will be attached to a new University of Melbourne institute that brings together biomedical engineers, clinical researchers, and industry partners to develop real-world solutions for public health.
Located in the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct, the Graeme Clark Institute for Biomedical Engineering (GCI) will be a hub for University of Melbourne researchers and industry partners to collaborate on developing new bionic devices, implants, drug treatments and assistive technologies like prosthetics, as well as diagnostics.