June 21, 2018, by Lisa Chin

Our PhD student wins the Sparrho Early Career Researcher Prize

Shi Ting Lee, a PhD student from the School of Pharmacy, has won the Sparrho Early Career Researcher Prize for May 2018.

Sparrho will support Shi Ting’s trip to the 9th World Congress on Biosensors and Bioelectronics scheduled for 29-30 August 2018 in Tokyo, Japan.

Read more about Shi Ting’s latest work which involves cancer detection.

Sparrho is a personalised science research discovery and recommendation platform allowing users to discover, curate and share research articles. Earlier this year, Sparrho started offering travel grants for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers through its Early Career Researcher Prize. The prize offers early career researchers the chance to win £500 towards attending a conference of their choice anywhere in the world. Each month, Sparrho chooses the best pinboards created by researchers on its website about an aspect of their current research. To be in the running, the pinboards must demonstrate skillful and engaging communication of complex scientific concepts, as well as an enthusiasm for science and its applications.

Read more about Sparrho Early Career Researcher Prize.

Please join us in congratulating Shi Ting on her achievement and we wish her all the best with her conference trip to Tokyo.

(This information is contributed by Dr Valerie Shang, Assistant Professor at the School of Pharmacy.) 

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