Grants
Since 2012, Dr Shiddiky has received more than AUD$5.5M research support income including two highly competitive fellowships from the ARC and NHMRC, an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) and an NHMRC Career Development Fellowship (NHMRC-CDF).

The information about these findings are given below.
  • Griffith University2020 - 2020
    High Throughput and Time-Resolved Analysis of Molecular Self-assembly and Aggregation

    Funding Scheme: Griffith University Internal Grant
    Grant Value: A$156,882

    Researcher/s: Frank Sainsbury, Bernd Rehm, Muhammad J A Shiddiky
  • Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre Ltd.2020 - 2022
    R2R Printing for Cost Effective Manufacturing of a Smart Patch for Health Monitoring

    Funding Scheme: Innovative Manufacturing CRC Grant
    Grant Value: A$1,436,437

    Researcher/s: M Mehta, P Vranes, S Sriram, M Bhaskaran, S Walia, Nam-Trung Nguyen, Dzung Dao, Yong Zhu, Muhammad J A Shiddiky, Alan Iacopi
  • Australian Research Council (ARC)2019 - 2019
    A Femtosecond Laser Micromachining Facility for a Wide Range of Materials

    Funding Scheme: Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities
    Grant Value: A$438,783

    Researcher/s: Nam-Trung Nguyen, Dzung Dao, Yong Zhu, Muhammad J A Shiddiky, Porun Liu, Han Huang, Ming-Xing Zhang, Cheng Yan, Yuantong Gu, John Bell, Andrew Fleming, Yuen Yong, Michael Ruppert
  • Griffith University 2019
    An ‘onfarm’ Device for Early Detection of Sugarcane Diseases

    Funding Scheme: ESC Research Support Grant
    Grant Value: A$13,500

    Researcher/s: Muhammad J A Shiddiky, Shamsul Bhuiyan, Nam-Trung Nguyen, Rebecca Ford
  • Griffith University2019 - 2019
    A Maskless Lithography System for Prototyping of Microstructures

    Funding Scheme: Griffith University Internal Grant
    Grant Value: A$436,000

    Researcher/s: Nam-Trung Nguyen, Sima Dimitrijev, Mirko Lobino, Muhammad J A Shiddiky, Huijun Zhao
  • Sugar Research Australia2019 - 2019
    A Simple Device for the Detection of Chlorotic Streak in Sugarcane

    Funding Scheme: Sugar Research Australia Innovation Catalyst Grant
    Grant Value: A$25,000

    Researcher/s: Shamsul Bhuiyan, Muhammad J A Shiddiky
  • Australian Research Council (ARC)2019 - 2022
    Nanoarchitectured Multifunctional Porous Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles

    Funding Scheme: ARC Discovery Projects
    Grant Value: A$180,000

    Researcher/s: Yusuke Yamauchi, Muhammad J A Shiddiky, Md.Shahriar Hossain, Jeonghun Kim, Carlos Salomon
  • Dr. MACS BIO-PHARMA PRIVATE LIMITED 2019
    Highly Porous Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles Based Devices for Enhanced Biomolecular Detection

    Funding Scheme: Industry Supported Seed Grant
    Grant Value: A$10,000

    Researcher/s: Muhammad J A Shiddiky
  • Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade2018 - 2019
    Magnetic-Assisted Microfluidic CTC Capture and Integrated Electrochemistry-Based Tumour Genotyping

    Funding Scheme: Australia-Korea Foundation Grants
    Grant Value: A$29,000

    Researcher/s: Muhammad J A Shiddiky, Nam-Trung Nguyen, Yoon-Bo Shim
  • Australian Research Council (ARC)2018 - 2021
    Magnetofluidic Sample Handling for Enhanced Point-of-Care Diagnosis

    Funding Scheme: ARC Discovery Projects
    Grant Value: A$486,128

    Researcher/s: Nam-Trung Nguyen, Weihua Li, Muhammad J A Shiddiky, Dzung Dao
  • Griffith University2016 - 2016
    A Novel Platform for DNA Methylation Detection Based on Gold-DNA Affinity Interaction

    Funding Scheme: Griffith University Internal Grant
    Grant Value: A$17,250

    Researcher/s: Muhammad J A Shiddiky
  • National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)2015 - 2019
    Microfluidic Strategy for Circulating Tumour Cells Analysis in Cancer Patients

    Funding Scheme: NHMRC - Career Development Fellowship
    Grant Value: A$412,000

    Researcher/s: Muhammad J A Shiddiky
  • Australian Research Council (ARC)2014 - 2014
    Tuneable ‘Nano-Shearing’: An Innovative Mechanism for the Accurate and Specific Capture of Cells and Molecules

    Funding Scheme: ARC Discovery Projects
    Grant Value: A$333,000

    Researcher/s: Matt Trau, Muhammad J A Shiddiky
  • Australian Research Council (ARC)2012-2015
    Circulating Tumor Cell Isolation and Detection: An Integrated Microfluidic Capture Device Based on Alternating Current (AC) Electrohydrodynamics

    Funding Scheme: Discovery Early Career Researcher Award
    Grant Value: A$403,639

    Researcher/s: Muhammad J A Shiddiky
  • The University of Queensland 2011
    Miniaturized Devices for Label-Free and Real-Time Detection of Circulating Tumor Cells

    Funding Scheme: UQ Early Career Researcher Grant
    Grant Value: A$27,070

    Researcher/s: Muhammad J A Shiddiky
  • The University of Queensland 2010-2012
    Miniturized Devices for High Throughput Capture and Sensitive Detection of Circulating Tumor Cells by Real-Time Electrochemical Impedance Measurement

    Funding Scheme: UQ Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
    Grant Value: A$295,000

    Researcher/s: Muhammad J A Shiddiky