Scientia Professor Justin Gooding is currently an National Health and Medical Research Council Investigator Award holder and was previously an ARC Australian Laureate Fellow. He is the fouding co-director of the Australian Centre for NanoMedicine and the founding co-director of the New South Wales Smart Sensing Network. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering and the International Society of Electrochemistry. He is the inaugural editor-in-chief of the journal ACS Sensors.
He has published over 440 research papers including Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Biotechnology, Nature Immunology, Nature Biomedical Engineering, Nature Communications and Science Advances. He has also authored 14 patents and one text book. His papers have been cited more than 23000 times and his H-index (Scopus) is 75. He has won numerous awards including Eureka Prizes in Scientific Research and Mentoring of Young Researchers, the Faraday Medal of the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Elsevier Biosensors and Bioelectronics Award and the Katsumi Niki Prize in Bioelectrochemistry and the Heyrovsky Prize in Molecular Electrochemistry from the ISE. He has been part of the commercialization teams for a glucose biosensor that is sold worldwide and and an Australian based 3D bioprinting company. He leads a research team of over 40 researchers interested in surface modification and nanotechnology for biosensors, biomaterials, electron transfer and medical applications.