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IMCRC: Just-In-Time Patient-Specific Tumour Implants (CBSI)

Project Member(s): Baddeley, M., Randhawa, K., Skellern, K., Debono, D., Josserand, E.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre
Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre

Start year: 2017

Summary: Aims: • Transform the delivery of healthcare to musculoskeletal tumour patients through the development of specific implant solutions that are tailored to and manufactured for an individual patient by the time of surgery. • Create new business opportunities for Australian companies to both become a medical supplier to Stryker Corporation with access to its global supply chains and to translate the technologies and know-how developed within this project to manufacturing and other local industries. • Train a new generation of engineers and researchers in medical robotics and the additive manufacture of medical implants

Publications:

Randhawa, K, West, J, Skellern, K & Josserand, E 2021, 'Evolving a Value Chain to an Open Innovation Ecosystem: Cognitive Engagement of Stakeholders in Customizing Medical Implants', California Management Review, vol. 63, no. 2.
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Randhawa, K, West, J, Skellern, K & Josserand, E 1970, 'Evolving a Value Chain to an Open Innovation Ecosystem: The Cognitive Influence of Stakeholders in Customizing Medical Implants', Annual World Open Innovation Conference, Rome.

FOR Codes: Innovation and Technology Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Health not elsewhere classified, Supply chains, Innovation management, Determinants of health, Other health not elsewhere classified