Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) applauds ASTech Deputy Director Prof Emily Hilder, who has been made a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.
A pioneer of disruptive approaches to chromatography, microsampling, blood analysis, explosives detection and biopharmaceutical analysis; Prof Hilder has a long history collaborating with Trajan to develop innovative technologies.
She was also the inaugural Director of ASTech, the ARC Training Centre for Portable Analytical Separation Technologies, which was co-founded by Trajan and the University of Tasmania in 2014, with more than 2.1 million funding committed by the Australian Government.
Prof Hilder is an influential leader in analytical chemistry; currently serving as Director of the University of South Australia’s Future Industries Institute (FII), Deputy Director of the ARC Research Hub for Integrated Device for End-user Analysis at Low-levels (IDEAL), and Deputy Director of ASTech.
Trajan's Chief Scientific Officer, Dr Gooley said, "Emily fully deserves her appointment as Fellow of ATSE - she has been an exemplary leader in driving productive collaborations with industry. Trajan continues to benefit from Emily’s vision and leadership with our current research activities at FII and ASTech.”
Learn more about our collaborative approach in this video of Prof Hilder speaking with Trajan's Chief Scientific Officer Dr Andrew Gooley, presented by Prof Tanya Monro, Deputy Vice Chancellor Research and Innovation at University of South Australia.
More videos about industry-academic partnerships can be viewed below, or on our YouTube channel.
ASTech Director Prof Brett Paull said, “This is a well-deserved acknowledgement of Emily’s energy and enthusiasm for collaborative research.”
We congratulate Prof Hilder on this national acknowledgement of her positive impact in science, and look forward to what she achieves next!
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Trajan Scientific and Medical’s (Trajan) highly successful ASTech1 program has resulted in the commercial development of several new syringe technologies. The program was developed in collaboration with the University of Tasmania where the objective was to develop a range of “lab-in-a-syringe” applications, expanding on Trajan’s expertise in precision manufacturing of their industry leading analytical syringe portfolio.