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Biographical entry New, Elizabeth Joy

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Physical chemist

Summary

Elizabeth New is a physical chemist whose pioneering research is on new chemical imaging tools to observe healthy and diseases cells. She develops fluorescent sensors which make possible observation of complex chemical processes within cells. This work has application in treatments for the diseases of aging and cancer. In 2019 New was awarded the Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year.

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2005
Education - BSc (hons), University of Sydney
2007
Education - MSc, University of Sydney
2010
Education - PhD, University of Durham, United Kingdom
2010
Award - Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 Research Fellow, University of California, Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
2011
Award - Dalton Young Researchers Award, Royal Society of Chemistry, United Kingdom
2012
Award - ARC Discovery Early Career Research Fellow
2014
Award - Asian Biological Inorganic Chemistry Early Career Research Award
2015
Career position - Lecturer, University of New South Wales
2016
Award - Early Career Researcher of the Year, New South Wales Premier's Prize for Science and Engineering
2016 - 2018
Career position - Senior Lecturer, University of New South Wales
2017 -
Award - Fellow, Royal Australian Chemical Institute
2017
Career position - ChemComm Emerging Investigator Lectureship, Royal Society of Chemistry, United Kingdom
2017
Award - Rennie Medal for Excellence in Chemical Science, Royal Australian Chemical Institute
2018 -
Career position - Associate Professor, University of Sydney
2018 -
Award - Fellow, Royal Society of New South Wales
2018
Award - 3M Eureka Prize for Emerging Leader in Science Australian Museum
2018
Award - Edgeworth David Medal, Royal Society of New South Wales
2019
Award - Le Fèvre Medal, Australian Academy of Science
2019
Award - Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year

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