Auckland Bioengineering Institute

ABI is a world-leading research institute that aims to improve medical diagnosis and treatment of injury and disease. We do this through the application of engineering sciences and technical innovation to medicine and human physiology.

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Our key research fields include medical devices, biomimetics, augmented human technologies and computational physiology.

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Study for your Masters or PhD at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute

Watch the video for a glimpse into the lives of our Masters and PhD students, who are the heart of our family at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI).

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Professor Merryn Tawhai working.

Our focus on entrepreneurship and commercialisation adds value to society and to the New Zealand economy.

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Two researchers watching a presentation at the MedTech CoRE launch in 2015.

We're always making new discoveries and breakthroughs - catch up with the latest news.

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A group of researchers at the MedTech CoRE 2017 Conference with Professor Poul Nielsen in the centre.

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Studying and researching at ABI

Watch this to find out more about our cutting-edge research in the field of computational physiology.

Researchers discussing heart disease.

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Two students examining a model skeleton hand.

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