Anjali Jaiprakash

Anjali is a strategic and lateral thinking life sciences scientist and a medical technologist, actively embracing novel technologies by working at the intersection of medicine, engineering and design to solve medical challenges. Anjali is an Advance QLD Research Fellow and the Deputy Director of the QUT’s Centre for Biomedical Technologies to assist catalyze new ideas with industry partners in the health domain. Anjali is also a Co-founder of an Ophthalmic Technology Start-up Medical Device Company.

Anjali has a PhD in Biology and a degree in Medical Technology. Anjali has experience in the fields of medical robotics, biochemistry, optics, medical device development, orthopaedics and design. She has research experience in the hospital and clinical setting and the ethical conduct of research in compliance with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research.

As a promising innovator to shape the coming decades, MIT Technology Review selected Anjali as one of the 2018 Asia Pacific, Top 10 Innovators under 35. Anjali won a 2017 Tall Poppy Science Award aimed to recognize the achievements of Australia’s outstanding scientific researchers and communicators.

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