Dr Philip Terrill leads research on novel medical diagnostic tools and therapies with the goal to improve the health outcomes of people in Australia and globally and bridge the gap between clinical physiology and biomedical engineering.

His research focusses on the application of AI, ML-based solutions and robotics to the data-driven analysis of medical conditions such as sleep apnoea and osteoarthritis, as well as the study of human sensorimotor control, neuro-rehabilitation and human augmentation technologies.

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Dr Philip Terrill

Senior Lecturer
School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
Deputy Associate Dean First Year
Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology