About Associate Professor Elizabeth New

Associate Professor Elizabeth New’s lab uses organic and inorganic synthesis to create new chemical tools for studying biological problems in human health and disease.

A/Prof New has experience in studying the interactions of small molecules with biological systems, and has been involved in the development of fluorescent and MRI probes for the study of many cellular species. Her research interests in chemical biology and bioinorganic chemistry involve the development of chemical probes to study biological problems, particularly understanding how imbalances in redox state and metal ion concentrations can lead to disease.

A/Prof Elizabeth New is a researcher at the School of Chemistry, and also a member of the Sydney Institute of Agriculture and The University of Sydney Nano Institute.

For more information about A/Prof Elizabeth New, refer to her Academic Profile Online.