Search results for: neurological diseases

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12 February 2020

Eight-molecule snake toxin packs a bite for aiding neurological conditions

World-first eight-molecule snake venom toxin could be potential drug candidate for conditions like Alzheimer's.

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12 May 2014

Griffith Health turns purple and blue

Griffith is shining the way in purple and blue this week to celebrate International Chronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases Day on Monday 12 May.

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4 January 2023
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16 August 2022
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3 August 2020
Dr Thomas Ve

Understanding enzymes linked to neurodegeneration and antiviral defence focus of Future Fellowship

Structural biologist Dr Thomas Ve from the Institute for Glycomics has been awarded an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship.

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20 May 2020
Scientists at Griffith's Institute for Glycomics have been awarded NHMRC Investigator Grants.

Institute for Glycomics wins NHMRC Investigator Grants

The Institute for Glycomics has been awarded two National Health and Medical Research Council Investigator Grants.

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11 March 2020

GRIDD joins peak medical research body

Leading drug discoveryinstitute announced newmember of the Association of Australian Medical Research Institutes.

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20 February 2020

Clinical trial into improving stroke pain and mobility a ‘game-changer’

Clinical trial results find one-third of participants experienced immediate loss of pain and majority experienced significant improvements in their movement.

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21 October 2018

Griffith and the Irwins team up to find lifesaving medications

Griffith University has teamed up with Australia’s most famous family of conservationistsin order tounearth and develop lifesaving medications to combat...

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8 July 2016
Dr James St John

Deadly soil bug can reach the brain in a day

A deadly bacteria that can be picked up by a simple sniff can travel to the brain and spinal cord in just 24 hours, a new Griffith University and Bond University study has found.

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