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Corporate entry Bionic Ear Institute (1983 - 2011)

From
1983
East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
To
2011
Functions
Medical Research

Summary

The Bionic Ear Institute was founded as independent medical research institute undertaking medical bionics research with a particular focus on cochlear implants and other hearing devices for adults and children with hearing impairments.

Timeline

 1983 - 2011 Bionic Ear Institute
       2011 - Bionics Institute

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Archival resources

National Library of Australia

Records Services, The University of Melbourne

  • T2005/027: Bionic Ear Institute - Institute Establishment Files, 1984 - 1987; Professor Graeme Clark; Records Services, The University of Melbourne. Details
  • T2005/028: Bionic Ear Institute - Bionic Ear Institute Financial Records, 1988 - 1993; Professor Graeme Clark; Records Services, The University of Melbourne. Details
  • T2005/029: Bionic Ear Institute - Pamphletts, Brochures, Publications, 1974 - 2003; Professor Graeme Clark; Records Services, The University of Melbourne. Details
  • T2005/032: Bionic Ear Institute - Graeme Clarke Correspondence, 1968 - 1997; Professor Graeme Clark; Records Services, The University of Melbourne. Details
  • T2005/037: Bionic Ear Institute - Graeme Clark - Home/Office Files, 1970 - 2005; Professor Graeme Clark; Records Services, The University of Melbourne. Details
  • T2005/055: 2005 Transfers - Finding Aids and Supporting Documents, 1990s - 2000s; Records Services, The University of Melbourne. Details

The University of Melbourne Archives

  • Department of Otolaryngology - Bionic Ear Records, 1949 - 2000; The University of Melbourne Archives. Details

Published resources

Books

  • Worthing, Mark, Graeme Clark: The Man Who Invented the Bionic Ear, Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest, 2015, 221 pp. Details

Online Resources

Digital resources

Title
Queen Elizabeth II visits the Bionic Ear Institute and meets the first adult (Rod Saunders) and young child (Bryn Davies) who previously had implants
Type
Image
Date
2000
Source
Graeme Clark

Details

Christine Moje