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Does your foot shape dictate how well you do the locomotion, baby?

A Griffith University and UQ research collab is reshaping our understanding of human biomechanics.
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Key muscle protein may unlock the mystery of chronic mosquito-borne viral illness

Underlying evolutionary dynamics could play a key role in the replication and progress of the chikungunya virus, a mosquito-borne viral disease.
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Understanding drinking behaviours in young Australian adults

Young Australian adults aged 18-24 years are more likely to binge drink than any other age group.
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New views to restoring spinal function

A state-of-the-art livecyte microscope at the Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery is leading the Spinal Injury Project team toward human clinical trials.
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‘Biomedical innovator’ among 2023 ATSE Fellows

Cutting-edge research and transformative applications achieves real-world impact.
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A step closer to streamlining the custom fit of bionic limbs for amputees

Griffith researchers have developed a groundbreaking diagnostic tool to?streamline the custom fitting of bionic prosthetic limbs?which usually involve an arduous process of trial and error. 
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High school girls are striding into STEM learning with Griffith’s hands-on support

Griffith University researchers are using cutting-edge equipment to expose and inspire girls to pursue STEM at the university level.
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Hope for sick children requiring medication via an intravenous catheter

Hope is on the horizon for sick children requiring intravenous canulation to administer medication
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Call is out for volunteers to participate in research for an overlooked allergic condition

An often-overlooked allergic condition, eosinophilic esophagitis or EoE, is at the centre of new research investigating whether a natural seaweed product may reduce the occurrence of symptoms.
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Griffith research into Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder wins $1.49m grant

A project designed to help screen children and adolescents at risk of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) has been awarded a National Health and Medical Research Council Partnership Grant worth $1.49 million.
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Smell Clinic commences as researchers gather more data on Alzheimer’s disease

A pilot smell clinic has commenced at Griffith’s Gold Coast campus in a bid to gather more data on how microorganisms within the nose can contribute to Alzheimer’s disease.
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$2.9 million in MRFF grants for mental health and children with cerebral palsy

Two Griffith University-led research projects have been successful in gaining grants from the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) worth $2.9 million.
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Griffith team win top start-up award at LuminaX

A trio of Griffith University researchers has taken out the top prize at this year’s LuminaX, Australia’s largest healthtech accelerator program, developed and delivered in the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct. Backed by extensive research, with a vision to be powered by AI,YourTrackhas been developed to track and triage children aged 0-17 years who […]
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$2.7 million in MRFF grants for MS research and maternity studies

Two Griffith University research projects have been successful in gaining grants from the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) worth a combined $2.7 million.
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Call for more research into what causes Alzheimer’s

Calls for more study to be conducted into how microorganisms contribute to the onset and progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
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Griffith University and Gene Company partner to create exciting RNA-based COVID anti-viral

Griffith University has entered into a $135 million commercial partnership with Gene Company o further develop a new drug treatment for SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19.
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Enhancing quality of life for brain tumour survivors

Following 16 years of development, the Tele-MAST program decreases depression and anxiety in brain tumour survivors, has potential to ease the financial burden to the healthcare system and is now rolling out nationally.
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World-first IV Passport earns prestigious award

The development of a world-first intravenous (IV) Passport has caught the world’s attention with 20 countries downloading the application and an award from the consumer-led Australian Patients Association.
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