Rance Tino attained a Bachelor of Engineering (Biomedical Engineering)(Honours) at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2017. Since graduation, Rance continued the academic pathway at RMIT as a PhD candidate and is currently in his 2nd year of candidacy. His current research is in collaboration with the Victoria Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC), in particular with the Peter MacCallum Physical Sciences department in developing novel Radiotherapy Phantoms using Additive Manufacturing, also known as 3D-printing. His research is currently funded by the ARC Industrial Training Centre in Additive Biomanufacturing, which is a team effort in developing the next generation of Additive Biomanufacturing technologies and future leaders.
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