Our faculty's researchers often engage in this field by collaborating with, and as part of the Auckland Bioengineering Institute.

Our research in bioengineering aims to use our understanding of biological functions to provide the basis for new approaches to medical diagnosis and therapy. We are also involved in the creation of, and development of better solutions to current technologies, such as physical therapies including bioinstrumentation and artificial muscles, and data-driven research involving computational models.

Our researchers