Grants Recipients

There are a range of programs and activities delivered under the Advance Queensland initiative including grants, partnerships, competitions, procurement, events and sponsorships. This page provides a non-exhaustive list of published recipients of Advance Queensland grant programs. Due to privacy or commercial-in-confidence reasons, details of some recipients are excluded.

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Program Period Project Location Sector Amount Round
Research Fellowships 2016
Early Detection of Crop Stresses in Tropical Protected Cropping Systems

Dr Chengyuan Xu

This project will develop management practices for model crops blueberry and capsicum, generating knowledge and tools applicable to a broad range of fruit and vegetable crops. The project will deliver an innovative, low-cost crop stress alert tool which will provide critical crop information to growers to optimise productivity. Project outputs will increase productivity and profitability in the model crops, and provide tools and knowledge to support the investment potential of protected cropping systems in Queensland.
Central Queensland University 300,000
Research Fellowships 2016
Nano-pollen encapsulated lysozyme: a safe alternative to antibiotics for livestock

The University of Queensland 180,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Novel antimicrobial stewardship innovations to preserve antibiotics for the future

Associate Professor Jennifer Broom

Queensland Health Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Supersonic combustion of hydro carbon fuels for high-mach-number axisymmetric scramjets

Dr Ananthanarayanan Veeraragavan

The University of Queensland 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Stimulating regional tourism through virtual reconstruction of Queensland's WWII heritage

Dr Brent Moyle

University of the Sunshine Coast 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Tropical Pulses for Queensland

Dr Brett Williams

Queensland University of Technology 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Reinvigorating the Queensland oyster industry

Dr Carmel McDougall

Griffith University 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
The Personalised Digital Patient: helping children with lower limb deformities

Dr Christopher Carty

Griffith University 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
More rapid and cost-effective diagnosis of antibiotic-resistant infections

Dr Derek Sarovich

University of the Sunshine Coast 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Testing new technolog in skin cancer prevention

Dr Elke Hacker

Queensland University of Technology 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Development of novel neuroprotectants from Queensland rainforest plants

Dr Jason Cullen

QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Targeting cancer metabolism with therapeutics derived from Queensland biota

Dr Jennifer Gunter

Queensland University of Technology 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Clinical and economic evaluation of novel blood tests for stroke

Dr Joseph Moxon

James Cook University 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
New horizons with BioClay: Protecting crops from aphids and whiteflies

Dr Karl Robinson

The University of Queensland 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Road monitoring and anomaly detection using microwave based sensors

Dr Konstanty Bialkowski

The University of Queensland 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Treatment impacts on inflammation, subjective symptoms and microbiome in IBD/IBS

Dr Marcus Gray

Queensland Health Metro South Hospital and Health Service 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Antibiotic-eluting coatings form antimicrobial orthopaedic implants

Dr Phong Tran

Queensland University of Technology 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Drug repurposing for neurodegeneration using Artificial Intelligence and machine learning

Dr Richard Gordon

The University of Queensland 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Improved transfusion in Indigenous Queenslanders - linking genomics to clinical diagnostics

Dr Shivashankar Hiriyur Nagaraj

Queensland University of Technology 300,000
Research Fellowships 2017
Tropical Pulses for Queensland

Dr Sudipta Das Bhowmik

Queensland University of Technology 300,000
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