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Dr. Ania Jolly, Research Strategy Coordinator, Nanotechnology in Medicine Network


Ania has a research background in the areas of bioengineering and nanotechnology having previously worked as a research fellow in the Nanomedicine Lab. Following two years as a Knowledge Exchange Fellow at the National Graphene Institute developing projects in collaboration with industry for the commercialisation of graphene-based products, Ania qualified as PRINCE2 project manager and joined the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health (FBMH) Research Deanery in June 2015 as a Research Strategy Coordinator. Her role primarily focuses on supporting the development of multi-disciplinary research programs and projects across the university on the use of nanotechnologies for biomedical applications, with an emphasis on the Coordination of the Nanotechnology in Medicine Network.

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