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Journal of Biosensors & Bioelectronics
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Muhammad Shiddiky

Muhammad Shiddiky
Muhammad Shiddiky
University of Queensland
Austria
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Biography

I received my PhD from Pusan National University, South Korea, in September 2007. Shortly thereafter, I joined Monash Electrochemistry Group at Monash University (advisor: Prof Alan M Bond) as a postdoctoral researcher, where I worked on the development and application of modern electroanalytical techniques. In September 2010, I received UQ postdoctoral Research Fellowship from The University of Queensland, where I worked on the development of microfluidic technology for protein biomarker isolation and detection. Currently I hold an ARC Grant (DECRA, Discovery Early Career Researcher Award) from Australian Research Council. Previously I received several academic/research fellowships/grants including "Graduate Student Award" from Pusan National University (S. Korea) in recognition of the top PhD in the year of 2007, Monash University Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (2007-2010) from Monash University (Victoria, Australia), and UQ Early Career Researcher Grant (2011) from The University of Queensland (Queensland, Australia).

Research Interest

Development of next generation electrochemical nanobiosensor and microfabricated devices for the analysis of complex biological samples with real world significance.

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