AEHRC annual research showcase

February 1st, 2024

You're invited to the 20th annual e-Health Research Colloquium!

Don’t miss out. This year, the AEHRC scientists and our collaborators will give cutting edge insights into the (near) future of artificial intelligence in healthcare, along with the latest on Australia’s digital health strategy implementation and a showcase of our latest research.

For 20 years AEHRC’s eHealth Research Colloquium has brought world leaders in digital health to Queensland, showcased Australia’s digital health programs and provided a forum for leading research and translation of digital technologies across healthcare.

Will you be there in 2024? Or will you fall behind in Australia’s leap into digital health and AI?

Event Information

  • When: 19th March 2024, 9am-4pm AEST
  • Where: Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Herston, Brisbane
  • Pricing: FREE
  • Register online or in-person at RBWH Education Centre.
  • Contact Marianne Chalk for more information.


CSIRO’s Australian e-Health Research Centre (AEHRC) is Australia’s national digital health research program – enabling the digital transformation of healthcare to improve services and clinical treatment for Australians.

Our vision is to drive digital transformation of healthcare for Australia and the world – undertaking research across data and interoperability, virtual care and precision health.

With over 100 scientists and engineers we have world leading capability in artificial intelligence; clinical terminology and data interoperability; health data analytics; clinical image analysis; genomics data analytics and engineering; biostatistics, mobile health, tele-health and health internet of things amongst many others.

We work with many collaborators across the healthcare system to optimise delivery of health services and diagnosis, management and treatment of disease.

AEHRC includes a joint venture between CSIRO and the Queensland Government and works with state and federal health agencies, clinical research groups and health businesses around Australia.