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New treatment for common wrist injury receives research grant

Prof Randy Bindra Prof David Lloyd speaking with Health Minister Greg Hunt in Melbourne at grants announcement 18 April.

Gold Coast Health orthopaedic surgeon Professor Randy Bindra is part of a team developing bioengineering and 3D printing solution to the common wrist injury Scapholunate Interosseous Ligament (SLIL).

Professor Bindra, a conjoint appointment with Griffith University, and Professor David Lloyd from Gold Coast Orthopaedic Research, Engineering and Education Alliance, were in Melbourne this week to accept $891,500 research funding from Federal Minister for Health Greg Hunt (pictured).

For more visit Griffith University.

Last updated 19 Apr 2018