Dr Yiqing Lu, CNBP Associate Investigator at Macquarie University, has taken out second place in the prestigious Centenary Institute Medical Innovation Awards.
The awards recognise the pursuits of young Australian researchers who are at the forefront of medical research.
For his work in developing a new nanocrystal powered optical imaging technique – to help detect multiple disease biomarkers in the body – Dr Lu received the Bayer Innovation Award and $15,000.
The money will be used to further support Dr Lu’s research in this advanced area of disease detection and diagnosis.
Further information on this innovative imaging technique can be accessed by clicking the following link here.
Below: Dr Yiqing Lu is presented with his award by Matt Kean, Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation (NSW State Government).