PERTH, WA, November 2022
AIRO welcomes new engineers
The Australian Institute of Robotic Orthopaedics (AIRO) is committed to helping Western Australia (WA) become a world leader in the hugely important fields of Medical Technology and Pharmaceutics (MTP). Our vision is for a highly skilled local workforce that enhances WA’s capacity, capability, and ultimately our global competitiveness in high technology and medical industries. AIRO’s graduate training occurs in both new technologies and methodologies, rapid prototyping, and medical device documentation (including ISO 13485) further developing WA’s knowledge in these new areas and leading to the creation of a highly skilled local medical technology workforce.
We are very pleased to announce that the next batch of top local engineering talent has joined AIRO:
Maisha is currently in the final stages of completing her Bachelor’s of Philosophy (Hons) in Engineering Science from the University of Western Australia. She has interned with the prestigious Health Technology Management Unit at Royal Perth Hospital and undertaken research placements within the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
Fraser graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2022 with a Masters of Professional Engineering (with Distinction). He also holds a Bachelor of Science with a double major in Engineering and Data Science. He was the recipient of the Engineering Pursuit Scholarship and served as the Vice President of the UWA Robotics Club during 2022.
Welcome to the team Maisha and Fraser!