The University of Queensland Foundation Research Excellence Awards (UQ FREA) scheme is a means by which the University recognises demonstrated excellence and promise of future success in research, and the leadership potential of individual researchers in their respective fields.  

The general aim of the Scheme is to provide funds to advance and facilitate the research agenda of excellent, individual early career researchers, particularly where there is evidence of the strategic importance and significance of the research. The awardees are always announced during Research Week in September.  
 
N.B. Honorific and UQ location are listed as at time of award.
The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2016 were worth $550,187.  Recipients were:
  • Dr Arkady Fedorov, School of Mathematics and Physics: Non‐reciprocal quantum devices on a chip
  • Dr Marta Garrido, Queensland Brain Institute: Modelling a continuum of psychosis with brain imaging
  • Dr Sumaira Hasnain, Mater Research Institute - UQ: Targeting Cellular Stress in Autoimmune Diabetes
  • Dr Cameron Parsell, Institute for Social Science Research: Addressing deep and multiple exclusion: Human agency driving social welfare
  • Dr Simon Smart, School of Chemical Engineering: Production of CO2-Free Iron and Petrochemicals
  • Dr Chun-xia Zhao, Australia Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology: Tumor-on-a-chip ― next generation in vitro model  for accelerating the translation of nanomedicines

Watch the videos of 2016 UQ Research Award Winners.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2015 were worth $515,182.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Alice Hayward, Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation ($95,733): MICROpropagator - a small RNA application for plant propagation
  • Dr Ian Hesketh, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities ($52,660):  Writing history in the age of the anthropocene: the past and future of Big History
  • Dr Zhongfan Jia, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology ($79,283):  Development of a totally plastic rechargeable battery
  • Dr Eve McDonald-Madden, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management ($99,796):  Searching for black swans among the shrinking ice: detecting unknown unknowns of climate predictions
  • Dr Bing-Jie Ni, Advanced Water Management Centre ($90,500):  Microbial syngas conversion by mixed culture biofilm: transforming wastes into biofuels
  • Dr Joseph Powell, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($97,210):  Investigating genetic control of disease susceptibility through trans-eQTL regulation

Read more about 2015 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News and Discovery at UQ 2015.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2014 were worth $624,112. Recipients were:
  • Dr Stefanie Becker, School of Psychology ($99,565): Do feature relationships play a role for conscious visual perception and awareness?
  • Dr Jack Clegg, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences ($99,483): Metal-organic materials for enantiomeric discrimination and chiral separation
  • Dr Alessandro Fedrizzi, School of Mathematics and Physics ($84,339): Is the moon there when nobody looks? Experimentally probing the reality of the quantum wave function
  • Dr Qiao Liu, TC Beirne School of Law ($50,816): Comparative studies of Australian and Chinese private law: finding solutions to common commercial problems
  • Dr Enzo Porrello, School of Biomedical Sciences ($90,431): Uncovering the role of genomic “dark matter” in heart development and regeneration
  • Dr Irina Vetter, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($99,717): Identifying new pain targets in peripheral sensory neurons
  • Dr Liang Zhou, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology ($99,761): An integrated solution to transition metal oxide based high-capacity anode materials for lithium-ion batteries

Read more about 2014 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News and Discovery at UQ 2014.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2013 were worth $571,000. Recipients were:
  • Dr Lachlan Coin, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($90,000): Identification of structural variation associated with auto-immune disorders
  • Dr Jan Packer, School of Tourism ($60,000): Taking a break: the restorative benefits of short breaks and vacations
  • Dr Knox Peden, Centre for the History of European Discourses ($11,000): Secularism and philosophy: the challenge of Spinozism
  • Dr Kate Schroder, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($80,000): Pinpointing the initiation of immune response
  • Dr Gene Tyson, Advanced Water Management Centre & Australian Centre for Ecogenomics ($90,000): Microbial dynamics in a warming world
  • Dr Claudia Vickers, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology ($80,000): From a petrochemical to a biochemical economy
  • Dr Kerrie Wilson, School of Biological Sciences ($90,000): Incorporating hydrologic ecosystem services (supply, flows and beneficiaries) into land use planning
  • Dr Jian Yang, Queensland Brain Institute ($70,000): Quantifying the overall contribution of all the DNA variants to motor neuron disease

Read more about 2013 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News and Discovery at UQ 2013.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2012 were worth $703,000. Recipients were: 
  • Dr Brock Bastian, School of Psychology ($72,000): What we gain from pain: Exploring the benefits of physical pain
  • Dr Oliver Baumann, Queensland Brain Institute ($70,000): The role of the human cerebellum in emotion regulation
  • Dr Tamara Davis, School of Mathematics and Physics ($85,000): What is the nature of dark energy?
  • Dr Daniel Franks, Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining ($81,000): Shift: The dynamics of change-making for sustainable development in the global resources sector
  • Dr Richard Fuller, School of Biological Sciences ($85,000): Optimal protection for the world's ecosystems
  • Dr Kerry-Ann O'Grady, Queensland Children's Medical Research Institute ($77,000): Respiratory illnesses in urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children
  • Dr Ryan Taft, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($85,000): Unlocking rare paediatric deterioration brain disorders with high-throughput genome sequencing
  • Dr Da-Wei Wang, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology ($78,000): Polymer nanocomposite solid electrolytes for high energy lithium batteries
  • Dr Graeme Were, School of English, Media Studies and Art History ($70,000): Cultural restitution in the digital world: Objects, images and knowledge in Melanesia
Read more about 2012 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News and Discovery at UQ 2012.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2011 were worth $915,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Thiruma Arumugam, School of Biomedical Sciences ($90,000): Toll-Like receptors mediated neurovascular dysfunction in ischaemic stroke
  • Dr Julie Ballantyne, School of Music ($80,000): Addressing praxis shock in the early-years of teaching: Improving music teachers' professional identities
  • Dr Timothy Bredy, Queensland Brain Institute ($90,000): Exploring the role of the 6th base: how the Tet family of proteins, DNA hydroxymethylation, and active DNA demethylation contribute to fear-related memory
  • Dr Yvonne Buckley, School of Bological Sciences ($85,000): Population fluctuations: models, mechanisms and management
  • Dr Zhi Gang Chen, School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering ($90,000): Epitaxial Growth of Nanostructured Thermoelectric Zn4Sb3 p-n Junction Heterostructure Arrays for Power-Generation Devices
  • Dr Lynda Cheshire, School of Social Science ($80,000): (In)tolerant Suburbs: Understanding Neighbourly Relations and Complaints  
  • Dr Paul Dux, School of Psychology ($90,000): Training the brain: The neural underpinnings of individual differences in multitasking performance and the response to training
  • Dr Mathias Francois, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($90,000): Small molecules discovery to inhibit outgrowth of lymphatic vessels: A novel strategy to probe lymphangiogenesis
  • Dr Angus Harding, UQ Diamantina Institute ($60,000): The role of the mutator phenotype in the evolution of brain tumour therapy resistance  
  • Dr Jian Liu, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology ($80,000): Design of Nanostructured Porous Carbon as Electrode Materials for Supercapacitor Devices
  • Dr Jason Roberts, School of Medicine ($80,000): Improving antibiotic dosing in critically ill patients with renal failure

Read more about 2011 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News and Discovery at UQ 2011.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2010 were worth $910,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Warwick Bowen, School of Mathematics and Physics ($100,000): Quantum Control of Mechanical Systems: A New Paradigm for Fundamental Science, Sensing, and Metrology  
  • Dr Michel Coppieters, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences ($90,000): Understanding Dual Nerve Disorders - The Role of Immune-Inflammation in the Peripheral and Central Nervous Systems
  • Dr Greig de Zubicaray, School of Psychology ($75,000): Understanding the Potential for Speech 
  • Dr Massimo Hilliard, Queensland Brain Institute ($80,000): Molecular Mechanisms of Axonal Regeneration in C. elegans Neurons
  • Dr Benjamin Hogan, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($70,000): Genetic Dissection of Embryonic Lymphatic Vascular Development    
  • Dr Michael Piper, Queensland Brain Institute ($90,000): Regulation of the Polycomb Genes Eed and Ezh2 by Nfib during Neural Progenitor Cell Differentiation
  • Dr Chamindie Punyadeera, School of Chemical Engineering ($80,000): Saving Hearts with a Simple Saliva Test 
  • Dr Elizabeth Stephens, Centre for the History of European Discourses ($80,000): Uses of New Medical Imaging Technologies in Clinical, Commercial and Cultural Contexts
  • Dr Chenghua Sun, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology ($70,000): Metal-Free Photocatalysts for Solar-Hydrogen Production Under Visible Light    
  • Dr Kristofer Thurecht, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology ($90,000): Hyperbranched Polymer:siRNA Conjugates: Advanced Polymeric Carriers for Cancer Therapy
  • Dr Yong Wang, School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering ($85,000): Understanding the Nanostructures and Mechanical Properties of Monolayered TiO2 Nanosheets for Photocatalytic Applications

 Read more about 2010 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News and Discovery at UQ 2010.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2009 were worth $685,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Jacqueline Batley, School of Land, Crop and Food Sciences ($70,000): Conservation of blackleg disease resistance genes across the Brassicaceae: an insight into the Brassicaceae evolution
  • Dr Timothy Carroll, School of Human Movement Studies ($80,000): Cross-limb transfer of reach performance in a novel sensorimotor environment
  • Dr Abdullah Mamun, School of Population Health ($80,000): Optimal timing of primary prevention for obesity: a life course epidemiology approach
  • Dr Karen Moritz, School of Biomedical Sciences ($80,000): How do prenatal perturbations influence kidney development and result in adult onset diseases
  • Dr David Morrison, School of Law ($70,000): Ameliorating the Impact of the Global Financial Crisis upon Australia's Baby Boomers
  • Dr Joshua MyIne, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($80,000): Making prostate cancer drugs in plants
  • Dr Korneel Rabaey, Advanced Water Management Centre ($80,000): Bioelectrochemical sysytems for the production of butanol from waste organics or renewable power
  • Dr Craig White, School of Biological Sciences ($70,000): To breathe or not to breathe: the mechanistic basis and fitness consequences of discontinuous gas exchange in insects
  • Dr Zhiping Xu, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology ($75,000): Nanofabrication of layered double hydroxide nanoparticles with silica for targeting delivery

 Read more about 2009 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News and UQ Research Report 2009.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2008 were worth $815,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Felicity Baker, School of Music ($70,000): Music, therapy, and dementia: A music-based program for spousal caregivers of persons with dementia
  • Dr Brett Collins, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($85,000): Developing a Molecular Understanding of Endosomal Membrane Trafficking
  • Dr David Copland, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences ($80,000): Mapping the Brain Mechanisms of Language Treatment Post-Stroke
  • Dr Elizabeth Coulson, Queensland Brain Institute ($80,000): Regulation of neuronal death signalling in Alzheimer's disease
  • Dr Brad Launikonis, School of Biomedical Sciences ($90,000): Maintaining calcium balance in healthy skeletal muscle and the deleterious changes with ageing and in dystrophy
  • Dr Dustin Marshall, School of Integrative Biology ($70,000): What are the evolutionary consequences of pollution in the sea?
  • Dr Greg Marston, School of Social Work and Applied Human Services ($60,000): The high cost of financial insecurity: exploring the role of the 'fringe economy' in the lives of low-income people
  • Dr Ben Powell, School of Physical Sciences ($75,000): Organic superconductors: from synthesis to neutron scattering to theory
  • Dr Shizhang Qiao, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology ($80,000): Magnetic Mesoporous Core-Shell Structured Materials for Bioseparation
  • Dr Andreas Schloenhardt, School of Law ($50,000): Human Trafficking and the Protection of Foreign Sex Workers in Australia and Canada: A Comparative Analysis
  • Dr Lianzhou Wang, School of Engineering ($75,000): Development of Novel Sunlight-Driven Photocatalysts for Efficient Wastewater Purification

 Read more about 2008 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News and UQ Research Report 2008.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2007 were worth $505,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Jon Adams, School of Population Health ($85,000): Examining the interface between complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use and provision and rural general practice
  • Dr Derek Arnold, School of Psychology ($60,000): When and for how long? Identifying the neural mechanisms for time perception
  • Dr Matthew Davis, School of Physical Sciences ($60,000): Spontaneous Formation of Vortices in Bose-Einstein Condensates
  • Dr Melissa Gregg, Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies ($55,000): Online Intimacy: Public and private life in a network society
  • Dr Matthew Hornsey, School of Psychology ($75,000): The bitter pill: The psychology of giving and taking interpersonal criticism
  • Dr Gary Schenk, School of Molecular and Microbial Sciences ($85,000): Isotope Effects as a Highly Sensitive Probe for the Study of Enzymatic Reaction Mechanisms
  • Dr John Zhu, School of Engineering ($85,000): Development of Superflux Carbon Nanotube Membranes for Gas Separation

 Read more about 2007 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News and UQ Research Report 2007.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2006 were worth $552,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Alex Bellamy, School of Political Science and International Studies ($75,000): Ethics of Terrorism
  • Dr Steve Chenoweth, School of Integrative Biology ($80,000): Understanding intra-genomic conflicts between the sexes: a quantitative genomic approach
  • Dr Joe Diniz da Costa, School of Engineering ($80,000): Mixed ionic electronic ceramic (miec). Hollow fibre for oxygen separation      
  • Dr Joan Leach, School of English, Media Studies and Art History ($55,000): Mediating Knowledge: Bringing Communication to Science Communication
  • Dr Gregory Monteith, School of Pharmacy ($67,000): Calcium transporters and breast cancer: exploiting the link for new pharmaceutically relevant drug targets
  • Dr Mark Schembri, School of Molecular and Microbial Sciences ($75,000): A novel approach for the prevention of urinary tract infections 
  • Dr Darren Trott, School of Vetrinary Science ($55,000):  Analysis of unique Brachyspira pilosicoli outer membrane proteins and their role in attachment    
  • Dr Mingxing Zhang, School of Engineering ($65,000): A novel technique to improve the surface durability of light metals using kinetic metallization   

 Read more about 2006 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2005 were worth $455,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Andrew Griffiths, School of Business ($60,000): Institutional Governance Systems and Resilience: Adaptive Responses to Global Climate Change
  • Dr Steve Johnston, School of Animal Studies ($60,000): The University of Queensland Echidna Study Program: A world class facility for collaborative echidna research
  • Dr Paul Meredith, School of Physical Sciences ($80,000): Electronic Biomaterials
  • Dr Frederic Meunier, School of Biomedical Sciences ($80,000): Phosphoinositides Dynamics in Regulated Exocytosis
  • Dr Rachel Parker, School of Political Science and International Studies: Governing the Knowledge Economy: Facilitating Learning and Innovation within Networks and Local Regions
  • Dr Rod Rietze, Queensland Brain Institute ($80,000): Identification of Distinct Populations of Neural Stem Cells in the Adult Mouse Central Nervous System
  • Dr Michele Sterling, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences ($50,000): Physiological, Psychological Function, Pain and Disability in the Daily Lives of People with Chronic Whiplash Pain; A Time Series Analysis

 Read more about 2005 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2004 were worth $655,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Norelle Daly, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($50,000): Structure of a Potent Anti-Viral Agent
  • Dr Gerard Goggin, Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies ($60,000): Networking Youth Cultures: Mapping Digital Technologies in Contemporary Australian Life       
  • Dr Lexa Grutter, School of Life Sciences ($70,000): UV-Protecting Sunscreens in Coral Reef Fish Mucus: Their Chemistry, Source, and Ecological Role      
  • Dr Julie Jonsson, School of Medicine ($75,000): Determination of the Molecular Mechanisms by Which Angiotensin II Contributes to Hepatic Apoptosis and Fibrogenesis
  • Dr Ling Li, School of Engineering ($60,000): Subsurface Pathways And Fluxes Of Land-Derived Chemicals To Coastal Waters 
  • Dr Michael Monteiro, Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology ($75,000): Next Generation Nanostructures    
  • Dr Philip Poronnik, School of Biomedical Sciences ($70,000): Molecular definition of the obligate role CIC-5 in renal protein uptake  
  • Dr Virginia Slaughter, School of Psychology ($45,000): The development of knowledge about human beings in infancy and early childhood
  • Dr Andrew White, School of Physical Sciences ($45,000): Quantum Holography:  encoding quantum information in optical patterns
  • Dr Maosen Zhong, School of Business ($75,000): The Investor Recognition Hypothesis and Asset Pricing Under Habit Formation

 Read more about 2004 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2003 were worth $465,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Prashant Bordia, School of Psychology ($55,000): Rumour As A Collective Response To Uncertainty During Organisational Change
  • Dr Sarah Ferber, School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics ($65,000): Medicine And Culture: Bioethics In Historical Perspective, 1850-The Present
  • Dr Philip Graham, School of Business ($70,000): Enhancing Design Potentials for Broadband Environments: an Interdisciplinary and International Study of Broadband Content Development In Australia and Canada
  • Dr Jon Links, School of Physical Sciences ($70,000): Quantum Phase Transitions, coherence and Dynamics of Coupled Bose-Einstein Condensates  
  • Dr Daniel Markovich, School of Biomedical Sciences ($65,000): How Does Hyposulfataemia Lead To Seizures, Reduced Fertility, Growth Retardation And Gastrointestinal Disturbances?    
  • Dr Rohan Teasdale, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($75,000): Membrane Proteins with the Mouse Transcriptome - Annotation of their Organisation and Subcellular Localisation
  • Dr Guy Wallis, School of Human Movement Studies ($65,000): Multistable Perception And The Resolution of Sensory Ambiguity

 Read more about 2003 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2002 were worth $492,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Mark Blows, School of Integrative Biology ($52,000): Do females prefer males of high genetic quality?
  • Dr Melissa Brown, School of Molecular and Microbial Sciences ($70,000): Investigating the role of BRCA1 in mammary differentiation and morphogenesis     
  • Dr Sean Grimmond, Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($70,000): Microarray Based Functional Screening Of The Mammalian Genome
  • Associate Professor Paul Hodges, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences ($70,000): Task Conflict as a Risk Factor for Musculoskeletal Pain and Injury  
  • Dr Eugene Jak, School of Engineering ($70,000): Mathematical Descriptions Of Molten Silicates Structures And Their Application To The Development Of Fundamental Chemical Thermodynamic And Slag Viscosity Models
  • Dr Andrew Neal, School of Psychology ($80,000): Developing a Computational Model for the Prediction of Human Error in Air Traffic Control
  • Dr Timothy Ralph, School of Physical Sciences ($80,000): Towards Quantum Computation with Light 

Read more about 2002 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2001 were worth $670,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Arne Dahle, School of Engineering ($75,000): Eutectic Solidification in Hypoeutectic Al-Si Alloys
  • Dr Robyn Gillies, School of Education ($70,000): Effects of teacher/student interactions in cooperative learning on the development of small group communication and prosocial behaviours in children during the middle years of schooling  
  • Dr Judith Greer, School of Medicine ($70,000): Studies on the disease process and potential therapeutic agents in multiple sclerosis
  • Dr Michael Jennings, School of Molecular and Microbial Sciences ($75,000): Glycosylation of pili in pathogenic Neisseria: a model system for glycosylation of proteins in prokaryotes  
  • Associate Professor Michael Nielsen, School of Physical Sciences ($80,000): Quantum algorithms for simulation of physical systems
  • Dr Justin Marshall, Vision, Touch and Hearing Research Centre ($80,000): Building the Visual Ecology Lab : going digital
  • Dr Joanne Tompkins, School of English, Media Studies and Art History ($70,000): Analysing Theatre Space: History, Culture, Politics
  • Dr Alpha Yap, School of Biomedical Sciences & Institute for Molecular Bioscience ($80,000): Cadherin-dependent cell signalling in control of cell motility and tumour invasiveness
  • Dr Jian-xin Zhao, School of Physical Sciences ($70,000): New constraints on human origins and climate change 

Read more about 2001 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 2000 were worth $480,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Peter Adams, Department of Mathematics ($65,000): Applications of high-performance computational combinatorial mathematics
  • Dr Helen Gilbert, Department of English ($45,000): Asian influences in Australian performing arts:  Race, nationality identity and cultural difference
  • Dr Bostjan Kobe, Deparment of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology ($80,000): Structures of retroviral envelope proteins and the mechanism of viral infection
  • Dr Michael Lee, Department of Zoology and Entomology ($65,000): Morphological and molecular evolution in turtles and crocodiles
  • Dr Lars Nielsen, Department of Chemical Engineering ($85,000): Development of a model-based approach to investigate the dynamics of blood cell formation
  • Dr Stuart Phinn, Department of Geographical Sciences and Planning ($65,000): Removing impediments to monitoring environmental parameters from remotely sensed images and field data sets
  • Dr James Tresilian, Department of Human Movement Studies ($75,000): Studying visuo-motor coordination using virtual environments

Read more about 2000 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News.

The UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards in 1999 were worth $375,000.  Recipients were:

  • Dr Darryn Bryant, Department of Mathematics ($60,000): Combinatorial graph decomposition techniques and DNA sequencing by hybridisation
  • Dr Annemaree Carroll, Department of Education ($60,000): Impulsive action or deliberate choice:  Understanding the self-regulatory processes and environmental influences of delinquent behaviour
  • Dr Richard Carson, Department of Human Movement Studies ($50,000): Constraints on coordination:  The role of corticospinal and spinal reflex pathways
  • Associate Professor Max Lu, Department of Chemical Engineering ($75,000): Synthesis and structure tailoring of nanoporous metal oxides as superior oxidation catalysts
  • Dr Ian Owens, Department of Zoology and Entomology ($50,000): Immunocompetence for ecologists: Magic wand or red herring?
  • Dr Matt Trau, Department of Chemistry ($80,000): Biomaterials and Nanotechnology Research Initiative

Read more about 1999 UQ Research Week Award Winners in UQ News.

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