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19Nov 2017

The Australian health system is currently transitioning to a fully electronic system. The Australian health system is currently grappling with the transition to a fully electronic system which will enable health data to be accessed as and when required. Achieving this will rely on the semantic integration of data from multiple sources. Australia has adopted SNOMED […]

18Aug 2017

The Health Round Table Innovations Workshops & Awards were held in Brisbane on the 26-27July 2017. During this event, colleagues from across Australia and New Zealand joined to share innovative practices across a wide spectrum of topics in rapid-fire mini workshops. Projects were presented as a simple PowerPoint-style presentation outlining the issues and the solutions […]

13Jul 2017

            Researchers from the CSIRO’s Digital Health Research Program, the Australian e-Health Research Centre, have won four iAwards in state finals this year. Our bioinformatics researchers won two iAwards in the NSW state finals for the cloud based bioinformatics framework, GT-Scan2. GT-Scan2 identifies actionable target sites for genome editing applications for […]

28Apr 2017

Over 350 people attended this year’s 13th Annual e-Health Research Colloquium held at the RBWH Education Centre in Brisbane on 28 March 2017 and hosted by the Australian e-Health Research Centre. Professor Keith McNeil, Chief Clinical Informatics Officer of the UK NHS, was our international key note speaker this year, providing an overview of digital […]

27Oct 2015

This month staff and students from the AEHRC Biomedical Informatics Group attended the international the 18th International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) in Germany. Dr Olivier Salvado, Group Leader, CSIRO Biomedical Informatics, is a program committee member of this premier peer-reviewed conference that this year attracted more than 1200 delegates. […]

26Oct 2015

Neil Saunders from the transformational bioinformatics team gave an oral presentation at AGTA, one of the largest genomics conferences in Australasia, on his recently developed tool for visualising genomic variants on the 3D structure of proteins, VVA. VVA is capable of processing files generated as part of modern medical genomics studies and hence integrates well […]

24Jul 2015
Map of Australia

The Australian e-Health Research Centre was once again a proud host of the 11th Annual e-Health Research Colloquium held at the RBWH Education Centre in Brisbane on 31st March 2014. Over 250 people attended the colloquium during the day. Our international keynote speaker this year was NT Cheung, Chief Health Information Officer of Hong Kong. […]

17Jul 2015
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The AEHRC multi-disciplinary team is dedicated to serving the needs of patients, clinicians and health agencies, and has expertise in: ontology (clinical terminology) engineering; database and data integration technology; clustering and analysis of patient data; analysis and manipulation of biomedical images; delivery of healthcare interventions using mobile computing platforms; developing systems for medical training; natural […]

23Jun 2015
Brisbane bridge with blurred traffic

People are at the heart of our organisation and we pride ourselves on recruiting the best talent, where creativity and skill match enthusiasm for science and innovation. Working with us Discover the benefits of working at CSIRO where our people are at the centre of everything we do. We offer exciting and stimulating work environments […]

14May 2015
Satellite view of Australia

Canon Information Systems Research Australia (CiSRA) hosts the annual Extreme Imaging Competition to recognise tertiary students who undertake original scientific or engineering research to develop imaging systems and algorithms that advance imaging beyond the boundaries of creative photography and video. AEHRC student wins Canon Extreme Imaging Competition