Alumni

Student strives to reduce suicide rates in his community

Griffith Master of Suicidology student Dameyon Bonson is on a mission to reduce suicide rates in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQSB community.
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Centre for Environment and Population Health

Griffith helps create climate-resilient hospitals in Nepal

A team of Griffith environmental health experts is facilitating a national climate-resilient health care plan in the shadow of the world’s highest mountain.
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Griffith Health

Providing food to patients in primary care settings may aid weight loss

Providing food as an intervention to patients in GP and community clinics may help support weight loss a Griffith University study has found.
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Architecture

Hope for future rises from ashes of bushfire devastation

First building to be erected since 2019 Binna Burra bushfires inspired by community-led research.
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Arts Education Law

ARC Linkage Projects success for Griffith University researchers

More than $1.3 million was awarded to Griffith University projects in the Australian Research Council Linkage Project outcomes announced this week.
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Griffith Health

New map of patient-centred care to support general practice teams

Finding common ground and having enough time with patients as well as collaboration with other health-care providers are key components of a new patient-centred care model.
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Architecture, construction and planning

Experts imagine cities of 2060 at World Science Festival

With Australia’s population set to hit 40 million by 2060, Griffith University cities experts say it is time to get serious about long term planning.
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Griffith Health

Researchers discover bacteria can make DNA using human urine

Streptococcus, a bacterium that causes painful human urinary tract infections can generate new DNA using human urine Griffith University researchers have found.
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Arts Education Law

Remarkable Ron Clarke Griffith Futures scholars revealed

Two stellar up-and-coming Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander sport stars at Griffith have been named the first ever recipients of Ron Clarke Griffith Futures Scholarship.
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Giving

Fuel reduction burning effective for small targeted areas, but…

Prescribed burning can reduce house loss during bushfires so long as it is targeted close to houses.
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Alumni

Griffith alumni inspire young girls to dream big

A social enterprise collaboration between Griffith alumni is breaking down gender stereotypes in early childhood.
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Arts Education Law

Study to uncover history of racial slurs against Mediterranean migrants

New research into how Mediterranean migrants to Australia embraced and resisted racial stereotyping.
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COVID-19

New research may be key to making safe, durable COVID-19 vaccines

Using convalescent plasma, Griffith University researchers have identified how it may be possible to make a future vaccine that will provide protection against all major strains of COVID-19
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Alumni

Griffith celebrates 2021 International Women’s Day

Female leaders share their thoughts on leadership as well as the challenges and opportunities 2020 presented, on International Women’s Day. 
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Australian Rivers Institute

Griffith’s Gold Coast campus ecosystem flourishes

The biodiversity of Griffith’s Gold Coast campus continues to bloom, with a recent survey revealing an increase in wildlife species on site to more than 130 different types.
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Health

New research discovery may help fast-track drug development for neurodegenerative disorders

A Griffith University-led research team has discovered how a therapeutic target common among debilitating neurodegenerative disorders is activated, which could help accelerate drug development.
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Business and government

Griffith and Lysn partner in digital mental health research

Important research into the use of digital mental health tools and resilience during and post COVID will be the focus of a new partnership between Griffith and Lysn.
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Business and government

Silo art survey to unearth social and economic benefits

Griffith researchers are running the first ever national silo art survey to determine the impacts of this uniquely Australian art movement on both visitors and local communities.
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