The Women in Biomedical Engineering Scholarship acknowledges and promotes a female Biomedical Engineer who is making an outstanding contribution to her profession and professional community. Nominations are made to the College by the biomedical community.
A panel of members from the Board of the Biomedical College of Engineers Australia will judge the scholarship.
Nominations must include:
You must also provide the following with your submission:
The prize is the financial contribution up to the value of $2,000. A presentation is made in person to the recipient at an appropriate College event.
Emily is a Biomedical Engineer with extensive experience in both the Defence and Academic sectors. Emily is a specialist in bridging the gap between technology and biology that benefits health, enhances abilities and promotes long-term well-being. She has led teams to deliver projects for Defence Aviation as well as projects in the Medical Devices field. Emily has a depth and breadth of knowledge of biomedical engineering that spans sectors, disciplines and solutions for able bodied individuals and well as those with clinical conditions. Emily has lectured at both the University of New South Wales and the University of Melbourne in Biomedical Engineering. She also regularly volunteers to promote engineering to the wider community by judging technical competitions and educating school aged students in STEM.