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Dr. Guozhen Liu is an ARC Future Fellow at Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences, Macquarie University, who holds a Master degree (2000) in Analytical Chemistry from the China University of Geosciences, and a PhD (2006) in Chemistry from Prof Justin Gooding's group at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). Dr. Liu conducted her postdoctoral research at CSIRO (2006-2008) and UNSW (2008-2010), respectively before she accepted a faculty position as the Associate Professor at the Central China Normal University (CCNU). Meanwhile, Dr. Liu achieved her industrial experience as the R&D Manager, China (2011-2015) on developing medical devices at AgaMatrix Inc. Before Liu was awarded the prestigious ARC Future Fellowship, she worked as the Research Fellow of ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics (CNBP) (2015-2016). Liu’s research covers areas of nanoscale analysis, active nanoparticles, bionanofabrication, and advanced sensing technologies, with the focus on developing multifunctional theranostic tools for biomedical research. Liu's group is also part of CNBP. Such as much of her research has a focus of the translational research by "Creating Windows to the Body" where we modify biointerfaces for diagnostic devices, bioimaging and biomaterials as well as more fundamental research on real time in vivo sensing, cell surface interactions and the targeted drug delivery. Additionally, the group is interested in development of assays and portable devices for food safety and early diagnosis of plant diseases. 


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