On Monday 12 January 2015 a delegation comprising three Japanese universities from the Shikoku region – Tokushima Bunri University, Matsuyama University and the University of Tokushima, visited Griffith University Gold Coast campus. The visit provided Griffith University with an opportunity to both showcase the School of Pharmacy, and, to also demonstrate collegiality in the international university sector. It is anticipated that the delegation found the visit beneficial in their program of reforming pharmacy education in Japan.
Interest in cannabis-based medicines (CBMs) has increased in Australia, but while recent policy and legislative changes have enabled health practitioners to prescribe CBMs, many patients still struggle to access them.
Griffith University is paying tribute to one of its finest in Professor Emeritus Alan Mackay-Sim AM known to many as a pioneering stem-cell research scientist and former recipient of the Australian of the Year award. Professor Mackay-Sim passed away early in the new year at the age of 71. In 1987, Professor Mackay-Sim came to […]
Griffith pays tribute to distinguished leader in immunology, academia and research.
Researchers awarded four NHMRC Ideas Grants worth more than $3.6 million.