Alumni

Wearable device to identify and treat pain is recognised

A team of Griffith health technology researchers have won the iAwards 2020 Business Industry Solution of the Year prize with a device to better identify and treat pain.
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Centre for Environment and Population Health

We almost have a COVID-19 vaccine.. but what next?

New details of the promising Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine signals hope for 2021 … but what does this actually mean for the general population?
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COVID-19

Griffith and Nanostring launch Centre of Excellence in spatial biology

Griffith University will establish a Centre of Excellence in spatial biology in collaboration with Nanostring Technologies.
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COVID-19

Gold Coast accelerates as clinical trial hub during COVID

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.
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Alumni

Views of human biology busting clips triple during COVID

Griffith’s star biology experts Dr Mike Todorovic and Dr Matthew Barton continue to prove popular on YouTube as their channel hits more than 100,000 subscribers.
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ADaPT

Griffith researcher and alumnus named 2021 Queensland Australian of the Year

A Griffith Health trained Emergency doctor who is also the Project Co-lead on the University’s innovative Biospine project has been awarded 2021 Queensland Australian of the Year.
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Disability and Rehabilitation

Paralysis treatment closer after donation funds Australian-first research trial

An Australian-first rehabilitation trial considered the next crucial step in treating paralysis will proceed after a record donation from the country’s leading spinal injury research foundation.
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Griffith Health

Griffith and MHIQ secures $2 million grant to expand ovarian cancer trials

A $2million grant from Cancer Council of Queensland will help Griffith researchers continue vital work in bolstering survival rates in women treated for ovarian cancer.
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Disability and Rehabilitation

NHMRC grant boosts ME/CFS research

NHMRC funding will pave the way for diagnostic tools and therapies for ME/CFS.
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ADaPT

Research excellence recognised at Vice Chancellor’s Awards

Griffith University’s leading researchers have been recognised at the 2020 Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards.
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Arts Education Law

Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards nominees announced

Due to the impact of COVID-19, the Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards will be held virtually this year on September 15.
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Griffith Health

ME/CFS economic cost: $14.5B each year

Griffith University research has calculated the cost of the debilitating illness ME/CFS for the first time in Australia.
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Griffith Health

Lifestyle choices can reduce the risk of kidney disease

Active lifestyle choices such as eating vegetables, exercising and quitting smoking can reduce the risk of chronic kidney disease a new study has found.
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Alumni

Griffith researchers’ bold VR idea wins bionics challenge

Griffith University researchers who have developed an AI enabled virtual reality system to help people who have suffered a brain injury have won a major prize at the Bionics Queensland Challenge.
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COVID-19

Telehealth project to deliver better services for those with autism

Helping people on the autism spectrum and their families stay connected with essential services via the delivery of telehealth is the aim of an Advance Queensland Fellowship
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Arts Education Law

Advance Queensland Fellowships to progress COVID-19 research

Five Griffith University researchers have been awarded Advance Queensland COVID-19 Industry Research Fellowships.
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Alumni

Griffith experts agree representation matters in healthcare

A Griffith panel of experts has explained why it is essential that patients from all walks of life see themselves represented by the clinicians that treat them.
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Griffith Health

Partnership to support quality rural allied health training

A specialised team of Griffith researchers have partnered with the Allied Health Professions’ Office to evaluate the training of allied health professionals in remote and rural areas of Queensland.
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