MTPConnect WA Life Sciences Innovation Hub

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The MTPConnect WA Life Sciences Innovation Hub is co-funded through the WA Government’s New Industries Fund and the University of Western Australia to accelerate economic growth and create new jobs and Industries. 

It is one of the three WA Government Innovation Hubs (together with WA Data Science and AustCyber WA) that deliver programs to connect the innovation community, build capacity and new skills, attract investment, and foster commercialisation.

Located at The University of Western Australia (UWA) in the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research Building in Nedlands, Dr Tracey Wilkinson and Rebekah Craggs (MTPConnect) working together with Prof. Kevin Pfleger (UWA) look forward to driving an annual program of activities for the MTPConnect WA Life Sciences Innovation Hub that deliver growth opportunities for the WA sector.

Innovation in WA

There is plenty happening in WA in the life sciences and medtech sector, and our Director Stakeholder Engagement WA Dr Tracey Wilkinson covers it all. Connect with her on LinkedIn and Twitter to follow her explore innovation in WA. 

The MTPConnect WA Life Sciences Innovation Hub MTP Manufacturing Voucher Program is providing a major boost for medical products manufacturing in Western Australia. Under the scheme, five WA-based companies were awarded a total of $450,000 to accelerate innovation projects requiring advanced manufacturing capabilities.

Join The Monthly WA MTP Sector Spotlight Series

The MTPConnect WA Life Sciences Innovation Hub showcases the WA organisations involved in developing health and medical innovations at a monthly breakfast event. Look out for more details on our events page or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn for the latest updates.

WA Industry Leaders Featured on the MTPConnect Podcast:

WA Case Studies:

Meet the WA Team:

Dr Tracey Wilkinson - Director Stakeholder Engagement WA

Rebekah Craggs - Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator WA

To connect with us, please get in touch with Dr Tracey Wilkinson and Rebekah Craggs.