Innovation nexus

Innovation nexus

4. Creating an innovation nexus where Macquarie and our partners contribute solutions to the world and develop lasting relationships

Over recent years, Macquarie has made major investments in targeted areas that have strong external relationships, e.g. medicine, healthcare and hearing. We need to consolidate and expand these investments. Therefore, we will extend our engagement locally and beyond by:

  • delivering Australia's first university-led integrated academic health campus to bring education, biomedical and translational research together with state-of-the-art clinical care
  • expanding our relationship with Cochlear and other hearing-­‐related entities so as to be internationally recognized as a world-­‐leading center of excellence in hearing
  • engaging more strategically and sustainably for mutual advantage with the neighbouring technology corridor, as well as industry, commerce, corporations and government beyond
  • partnering and working collaboratively with leading global and local NGOs, foundations and similar organisations
  • developing new opportunities for student/staff engagement and work with University partners
  • using our land asset to support our scholarly and academic goals by bringing key partners onto campus

Priority 4 - Innovation Nexus

Name Description Executive Sponsors
Centre for the Health Economy
Establish Macquarie University's role in shaping the future health economy through our pioneering approach to collaborative translational research from across the campus, industry, government and the not-for-profit sector

Professor Mark Gabbott, Executive Dean Faculty of Business & Economics
Professor Janet Greeley, Executive Dean Faculty of Human Sciences 

MQ Entrepreneurial Project
Develop a strategy for successful coordination with industry partnerships, commercialisation and student entrepreneurs which capitalises on MQ innovation

Deidre Anderson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students and Registrar)
Paul Schreier, Chief Operating Officer

Macquarie University Health Sciences Centre
Create a new University-controlled entity that will bring together Macquarie University Health Sciences Centre and engaging clinical practitioners in new and innovative ways through the entity to achieve integration and excellence in clinical care, learning and research

Patrick McNeil, Executive Dean, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Paul Schreier, Chief Operating Officer

Content owner: Office of the Vice Chancellor Last updated: 31 Oct 2019 3:45pm

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