MEDTECH SYMPOSIUM: THE VISION
SUMMIT is Monash Young MedTech Innovators' (MYMI) annual academic conference that showcases existing and up-and-coming research in medical technology at an undergraduate and graduate level.
This event will challenge all students from all faculties and at various stages in their careers to think critically about medical technology from an interdisciplinary perspective. Students will be given a space to practice presenting research and network with other like-minded professionals.
SUMMIT will also have a program that pairs undergraduate students with academics with a focus on our overarching goal which is to humanise academics in the field of medical technology. This will connect students to potential Final Year Projects, Honours and PhD projects and give a voice to those students who are in the midst of completing their research.
The aim of SUMMIT is to bring together the best minds in medical technology in order to foster an atmosphere of collaboration.
We aim to facilitate the conversation between a broad range of faculties who are unified by a common value system, that is positive impact through medical technology and biomedical innovation.
WHERE GREAT MINDS REUNITE
Lectures. Networking. Workshops.
A DIVERSE RANGE OF 9 ACTIVE PROJECTS UNDER OUR PROJECTS BRANCH
FACILITATED AN EVENT WITH OVER 200
PARTICIPANTS IN AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST MEDTECH HACKATHON
RECEIVED OVER $170,000 IN FUNDING FROM MIME, MONASH PARTNERS AND MORE.
GRASSROOTS COMMUNITY OF
MORE THAN 800 STUDENTS AND ACADEMICS
SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT
Give voice to your research and have the opportunity to practise speaking at seminars and professional networking.
Seeking out potential Monash student speakers and students interested in being a part of an undergrad-postgrad mentor/mentee experience.
This opportunity is open to ALL students of ANY faculty.
Students will be required to submit a 100-200 word abstract as part of the application process. Each student will be paired with a mentor from a MedTech academic field throughout the duration of the event.