Postdoctoral Innovator Competition 2016
Queen Mary Innovation (QMI) recently ran a Postdoctoral Innovator 2016 competition, whereby postdoctoral scientists with an invention or idea that could lead to a commercial opportunity were asked to answer 3 questions.
- What is your idea?
- What is the background or rationale that led to your idea?
- And how can you usefully apply your idea to medical research and development?
The three best innovative research ideas that have the potential to lead to a commercial opportunity were selected and received a cash prize of £500 each. The winners were:
Dr David Coe -QMI prize for the idea: New Method for Creating Effector Cells
Dr Giulia De Rossi -SMD prize for the idea: A novel anti-angiogenic agent
Dr Joe Briscoe -CiTI prize for the idea: Piezoelectric antibacterial cleaning of implants
The prizes were kindly supported by:
- Queen Mary University London School of Medicine and Dentistry (SMD)
- CiTI (Centre for Inflammation and Therapeutic Innovation)
- Queen Mary Innovation (QMI)