Centenary medical innovation awards

The Centenary Medical Research Institute’s 2019 medical innovation awards are open

They are for post docs who are, “taking risks and tackling the big questions of medical research.” There’s $52 000 in four awards, with an open vote for the way-least of them, $2000. (Details at Thinkable).

Some 34 researchers have entered, including, Madara Ratnadiwakara who works on treatment for people “currently without treatment options” for bowel cancer, Lining Arnold  Ju, for biomechanical nano-tools against blood clots and Hossein Mokhtarzadeh’s who is using cell phones to predict people falling.


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