We are dedicated to helping NZ fight COVID-19, and are working on initiatives with clinicians, industry and government to provide medical technology solutions for NZ’s front-line people.
New Zealand’s National MedTech Resource
The CMDT and MedTech CoRE form New Zealand’s national industry research network.
The Consortium for Medical Device Technologies (CMDT) is a single point of contact for NZ’s capability and resources in MedTech.
The MedTech Centre of Research Excellence is New Zealand’s translational research platform for medical technologies. We strengthen the connectivity between science, clinical translation and commercialisation for sustainable growth and building scale.
We achieve this with a national industry-research network led by a partnership between Auckland University of Technology, Callaghan Innovation, the Universities of Auckland, Canterbury and Otago, and Victoria University of Wellington. Our world-leading researchers come from across the country.
A one-stop portal that provides easy access to research providers across all of Aotearoa-New Zealand.
Facilitating partnerships and collaborations with researchers, clinicians, companies and government organisations.
Connecting world-class researchers and start-up companies to our wide international network.
Develop and implement strategic initiatives to strengthen and connect the MedTech innovation ecosystem.
We work together with Māori and Pacific communities to improve healthcare for all New Zealanders.
The HealthTech Activator is a coordinated, ecosystem-wide support mechanism for early-stage founders and companies in NZ’s healthtech sector.
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OUR NATIONAL NETWORK
The MedTech CoRE and CMDT network includes researchers, clinicians and companies in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.