Anjali Jaiprakash

Advance Queensland Fellow, Medical Robotics, Queensland University of Technology

I am a strategic and a lateral thinking Robobiologist. Having a PhD in biology and embracing novel technologies, I use my background to better inform applications in medical robotics.

I work as an Advance Queensland Fellow at the Medical and Healthcare Robotics Group, Australian Centre for Robotic Vision, QUT. I also have a degree in Medical Technology and Business. I work in a multidisciplinary team under the supervision of a Robotics Engineer, Professor Jonathan Roberts and an Orthopaedic Surgeon, Professor Ross Crawford.

My vision is to create a world in which robotics technology enables affordable medicine for all.

I believe that research can provide real world impact through greater integration with industry and have spent the last six years facilitating connections between scientific disciplines and the medical industry to achieve this.

The future of health services will be greatly influenced by advances in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); and my goal is stay at the forefront of the delivery of these services and help shape tomorrow’s solutions to industry and government challenges.


  • –present
    Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Medical Robotics, Queensland University of Technology


  • 2014 
    Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation, Queensland University of Technology, PhD / Orthopedics