Griffith University Vice-Chancellor Professor Carolyn Evans has welcomed news three leading tech companies have based themselves in the growing Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct.
Up to 30 Griffith Researchers and PhD students will develop innovative programs and early interventions for young children in collaboration with a new early learning centre in the GCHKP.
Two of 2020’s top high school graduates, one of whom has already completed an exciting cancer research project at Griffith, are now on a fast-track to exciting careers in medicine.
Griffith University’s Clinical Trials Unit is the first globally to recruit patients for a multi-national rheumatology trial, and will also screen the first patient in Australia for a Meningococcal vaccine trial.
Robotics engineering student leader Dominique MacDonald will graduate on a high, hosting the Gold Coast NASA Space Apps Challenge - part of the world’s largest global hackathon.
Researchers say they are "unravelling the sweetness pathway" using a mix of traditional breeding and advanced molecular gene selection.
With uniquely individual DNA and different life circumstances each person has their own distinct health journey through life, and Griffith health experts are at the forefront of innovation to personalise the healthcare response. While we all hope to grow old gracefully, our genes can help or hinder us as we encounter different germs and diseases […]