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Sally Gras

Professor
Chemical Engineering
science & technology
life sciences & biomedicine
physical sciences
chemistry
food science & technology
technology
amyloid
engineering
materials science
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Prof

Sally Gras

 
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Prof

Sally Gras

 

Associate Professor Sally Gras is a Reader in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at The University of Melbourne and Director of The ARC Dairy Innovation Hub.

Current Research Activities
- Nano and Biomolecular Engineering
- Nanostructured Materials
- Tailored Biomaterials and Emulsions
- Nano-diagnostics, nano-toxicology, nano-therapeutics
- Fermentation processes and scale-up

Projects

Displaying the 84 most recent projects by Sally Gras.

84

Projects

Project Types


42

Research Contracts


36

Research Grant


6

Internal Research Grant


Additional Information

In the Dairy Innovation Australia Awards held in July 2012 for academics working in the dairy industry Dr Sally Gras and team, who won the Certificate of Excellence for the most valuable research team, in recognition of the research outcomes and industry engagement on projects within the Dairy Innovation Australia Ltd Funded Research Program.

2012-2014: S. Gras, D.Tillett, G. Martin, A. Stickland and P. Scales, 'Bacteriophages for foam control in wastewater processing', ARC Linkage Project with Melbourne Water Corporation, SA Water Corporation, Water Corporation of WA, Australian Research Council, ARC funding $210K

2010: S. Gras, S. Kentish, P. Gooley, A. Gosling and F. Pettolino, 'Soluble fibre for increased gut health', Interdisciplinary Seed Grant, Bio21, University of Melbourne, $30K

2009: S. Gras awarded an AFAS FEAST-France Fellowship (Australian French Association for Science and Technology), $5K

2009: S. Gras, 'Biological production of renewable commodity chemicals', Collaborative Research Grant, University of Melbourne,

9K

2007: S. Gras, 'Optimising the design of biomimetic protein fibrils for nanotechnology', Early Career Researcher Grant, University of Melbourne, $30K

2007: S. Gras and A. Squires, 'Structural analysis of flow-aligned hydrated amyloid fibrils using x-ray scattering', Joint Research Grant with the University of Reading, UK, University of Melbourne,
5K

2007: S. Gras, 'Optimising the design of functional fibrils for nanotechnology', Australian Academy of Science, Scientific Visits to Europe with the University of Cambridge, UK,
0,200

2006: S. Gras, 2006 Selby Research Award to support early careeer researcher in Chemistry and related disciplines,
0,500

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 147 most recent scholarly works by Sally Gras.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2012

Certificate of Excellence for Most Engaged Research Group

Dairy Innovation Australia Limited (DIAL) Awards

2009

Victoria Fellowship - Science Technology and Innovation - Industrial and research centres in Ireland, the UK and Europe to take a new look at cheese

Business Victoria

2009

Funding travel to Joint Research Unit for the Science and Technology of Milk and Eggs (INRA) Rennes (Brittany)

AFAS FEAST-France Fellowship 2009

2009

Young Scientists Exchange Scheme to China

The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences

2007

Attend Teaching Conference Virginia USA

U21 Universities Leadership Award

2007

Young Investigator Commendation (oral presentation)

Australasian Society for Biomaterials

2006

Selby Research Award

Selby Scientific Foundation

2009

Australian French Association for Science and Technology


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Awards

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Professor

Chemical Engineering

Member

Australasian Society for Biomaterials

Member

Australian Research Council Nanotechnology Network

Institute Of Chemical Engineers

IChemE

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy (Biophysics and Nanotechnology)

University of Cambridge

Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology) (Honours)

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) (Honours)

University of Melbourne

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