Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) was pleased to sponsor the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (AIMS) Medical Science Awards held in Queensland, Australia on 14 July 2016.
The awards recognized medical scientists, laboratory technologists, phlebotomists, young, regional/remote scientists, educations/workplace trainers, and graduates who demonstrated an outstanding contribution to medical science in the areas of professional commitment, excellence, service, research and innovation.
Trajan was the first corporate member of AIMS, supporting this diverse professional body covering various disciplines of medical science, including more than 23,000 medical diagnostic professionals across Australia.
Photo: Glen Lynch accepting the AIMS Queensland Trajan Medical Scientist of the Year Award 2016.
Photo: QLD Minister for Science, Innovation and the Digital Economy the Hon. Leeanne Enoch MP, QLD Minister for Health the Hon. Cameron Dick MP, and QLD Chief Scientist Dr Geoff Garrett AO with our award winners Ms Deborah Orr, Mr Wayne Pederick, Mr Glen Lynch, Dr Indu Singh, Mr Lloyd Magpayo and Ms Kathryn Eckersley. Accompanied by AIMS President Ms Robyn Wells, Chair of the AIMS Queensland Branch Ms Anne-Marie Christensen, Chair of the AIMS Tropical Divison, Dr Donna Rudd, members of the AIMS National Office staff, and Ms Alex Anderson, Regional Account Manager - Northern Region, Trajan Scientific and Medical.
Photo (L-R): Young Medical Scientist of the Year Ms Kathryn Eckersley, Medical Science Researcher of the Year Dr Indu Singh, Chair of the AIMS Queensland Branch Ms Anne-Marie Christensen, Ms Alex Anderson, Regional Account Manager - Northern Region, Trajan Scientific and Medical, and Laboratory Assistant of the Year Mr Lloyd Magpayo.
AIMS Event Photo Album on Facebook
ARC Future Fellow and Chief Investigator at the ARC Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies (ASTech), Professor Michael Breadmore, has spent his research career working to simplify and speed up the analysis of chemical and biological samples, with an increasing emphasis on miniaturization.