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23Oct 2020

Today we are launching our AI in Health video series – where you get to hear directly from the scientists and engineers explaining the technology and impact of individual real-life applications of ML/AI in Health. The series complements the Australian e-Health Research Centre’s Exemplars of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Healthcare (PDF) report. The report provides […]

22Oct 2020

The Australian e-Health Research Centre, CSIRO’s digital health research program, was shortlisted as  finalists of the Public Sector category at the Queensland Australian Information Industry Association iAwards, which unearths, recognises and rewards excellence in Australian innovation. Delivered by Australia’s peak industry representative body for innovation technology, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the iAwards is […]

14Oct 2020

  We are excited to announce a major new version of the world-leading FHIR-native terminology server, Ontoserver®. Ontoserver is the fastest and most comprehensive FHIR Terminology Server on the market. With more than 75 licensees globally, it provides deep support for SNOMED CT, LOINC, and all FHIR-based CodeSystems. Ontoserver 6.0 previously introduced support for FHIR R4 […]

12Oct 2020

Australian innovator CSIRO has been awarded the merit of the Public Sector category at the NSW Australian Information Industry Association iAwards, which unearths, recognises and rewards excellence in Australian innovation. Delivered by Australia’s peak industry representative body for innovation technology, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the iAwards is Australia’s longest running and most broadly […]

01Oct 2020

CSIRO’s Australian e-Health Research Centre today publishes our annual report for 2019-20. It provides an overview of the great work that our scientists, engineers and students have undertaken with our partners over the past 12 months. Of course the 2019-20 year was somewhat overtaken by the COVID-19 global pandemic! However, our science was incredibly relevant […]

31Jul 2020

Download Full Report Here Our new AI report shows how our AI techniques are powering digital health: from understanding whole genome sequences to enabling clinical decision support, determining patient risk prediction, understanding older people’s functional wellbeing and more. Read the full report, Exemplars of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Healthcare (PDF), or read on for […]

12Sep 2019
Two small boats float in a still ocean under cloudy skies.

By Dana Bradford The Archer river spans wide under the prow of our tinny as we carve white furrows in the once still water. A crocodile slides into the shallows, breathing bubbles before surfacing ominously, eyes upon us, ready to meet us on his terms. No threat to each other, we continue our windblown passage […]

28May 2019
A gold rectangular case with a black circle containing a mould growth.

Antibiotics. They’ve been our go-to for treating (and sometimes preventing) bacterial infections ever since Alexander Fleming found mould keeping bacteria in check in his petri dishes almost a century ago and figured it was worth investigating. But bacteria are shrewd. They were among the first life forms to inhabit Earth, and the fact they’re still […]

20May 2019
Two men in conversation in front of a mirror displaying graphs

Our 2019 e-Health Colloquium in Brisbane once again featured leaders in digital health from around the world. Check out this video for some of the day’s highlights. The digital health innovations we are striving to deliver around the world are not for the sake of moving technology forward – they’re for the advancement of healthcare. […]