Disability is an umbrella term for many conditions that might impair a childs ability to perform an activity in a manner or range considered normal for a human being of that developmental stage.
Detecting amblyopia more accurately using tablet-based technology
This project build on a seed grant received last year, and it seeks to improve the accuracy of out-of-date card/chart based tests that are notorious for over-diagnosing.
Engineering full thickness human skin for the treatment of burn injury
This project will test new methods of engineering large areas of full-thickness skin for three dimensional grafts for burns patients.
Human gall balder epithelium treatment of haemophilia
Can encapsulated human gall bladder cells produce sufficient amounts of the blood clotting protein, Factor VIII, to protect the body against excessive bleeding?
Improving the eyesight of children using a tablet computer
Exploration of different methods to improve the diagnostic screening of amblyopia (͞lazy eye͟)to facilitate early treatment to prevent an enduring impact on vision.
Using robots to increase the mobility of children with cerebral palsy
The use of robotic therapy to aid children with cerebral palsy to develop more effective gait patterns enabling them to walk faster, for longer periods of time, and with a more natural style.