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Griffith promotes workforce diversity and inclusion during Disability Action Week and asks employers to ‘open-up to opportunity’.
Griffith University researchers have demonstrated that a bacteria can travel through the olfactory nerve in the nose and into the brain in mice, where it creates markers that are a tell-tale sign of Alzheimer’s disease.
We are delighted to share some successful outcomes for NHMRC Investigator Fellowships announced on 12 October 2022 by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
Study suggests COVID-19 could be a potential trigger for ME/CFS.
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Two finalists from Griffith University have been announced as nominees in the prestigious 2022 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes.
COVID-19's Delta strain may use a novel invasion method to cause more damage to the brain, intestine and kidneys.
Some successful rheumatoid arthritis therapies may help us better understand how to treat people with mosquito-borne viral diseases.
Griffith University researchers are conducting a world-leading trial assessing the role of exercise as therapy for women with recurrent ovarian cancer
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Griffith University is reimagining an inclusive future for people with disabilities, launching a major new long-term research initiative.
Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD)
A bacterium commonly present in the nose can sneak into the brain and may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
A report by Griffith University researchers finds aerosol sunscreens are poor protection against UV radiation in mildly windy conditions.
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Researchers have received grants worth over $6.96 million from the Australian Research Council.
Griffith University viral immunologist Professor Suresh Mahalingam has been appointed to a World Health Organization (WHO) advisory group tasked with combatting viruses like dengue and Zika.
NHMRC study to test the efficacy of a paediatric burns treatment.
Griffith University biomechanical researchers have produced what could be the ultimate coaching tool for elite sport - a next-generation ‘Digital Athlete’ that replicates an individual’s anatomy, both inside and out.
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Griffith has recognised its best and brightest researchers, professional and support staff plus teaching excellence at a gala event in Brisbane.
A 60-second pitch on research that aims to take the guesswork out of paediatric hip surgery saw Griffith University’s Dr Martina Barzan win the Fresh Science Queensland 2021 competition last night.
Researchers call for a consistent set of guidelines to support clinicians and caregivers in providing therapy and supports for children on the autism spectrum.