KneeSense is working to improve patella instability monitoring in adolescents to improve the outcome of post injury rehabilitation

What drew you to the problem you are working to solve in Biodesign?

We wanted to be agile and address a problem that would enable us to use leading technology to deliver a solution within the timeframe of the course.

What have you learned/gained from the Biodesign process?

Many things! New skill sets around design thinking, business drivers, rapid decision making in the face of ambiguity, the value of teamwork and the infrastructure available to support innovation. It’s been a fabulous opportunity to network and learn from others.

What are the next steps for the team/team members after the course?

We will continue our journey with KneeSense and develop a working prototype to collect the first tranche of clinical data.

What do you want to be doing 10 years from now?

After KneeSense has gone global, we will be focused on presenting our innovative pipeline to a long line of hungry investors!

What would be your advice to someone considering taking the course in 2019?

Do it! Challenge yourself to work with other people passionate about innovation and equip yourself with the knowledge and network to make it happen.


Expressions of Interest for the 2019 Perth Biodesign course are now open. Use the contact form at the bottom of this page to receive an application form early next year! 

Team members Selam Ahderom, Martine Keenan, Robert Knott and Joe Davis.


Alumni Mentor: Shane Stone

Business Mentor: Liz Dallimore

Team Members
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