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Griffith joins $280 million partnership to deliver mRNA vaccine outcomes

Queensland will become a global mRNA vaccine hub with global healthcare company Sanofi partnering with Griffith University and other leading research institutions to establish a world-first research centre in south east Queensland.
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17 ARC Discovery Projects for Griffith researchers in 2023

Griffith University researchers will lead 17 new Discovery Projects across a broad field of knowledge after being awarded over $7.735 million from the Australian Research Council.
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The Honourable Anna Bligh AC joins forces with Griffith University to fight malaria

Griffith University, the Institute for Glycomics and Rotary are thrilled to announce The Honourable Anna Bligh AC will become the inaugural National Ambassador for its Malaria Vaccine Project.
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Researchers find Strep A’s Achilles heel with potential vaccine to prevent rheumatic heart disease

A team of international scientists from Griffith University and the University of Alberta are about to start human clinical trials for a Strep A vaccine they hope will induce long-lasting immunity against the deadly pathogen which kills more than 500,000 people each year.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith rises to the top of Australia’s research efforts

Griffith named in nation-wide research rankings.
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Griffith University and LimmaTech Biologics sign landmark deal to develop gonorrhoea vaccine

Millions of lives are set to be changed for the better thanks to a landmark deal between Griffith University and Swiss-based company LimmaTech Biologics AG to develop a world-first gonorrhoea vaccine.
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Griffith Health

Griffith awarded more than $4 million in NHMRC Investigator Fellowships

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).
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A Partnership in Pink to Support Breast Cancer Research

Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics is partnering with Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club for a third year to raise funds to aid vital breast cancer research.
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Hope is on the horizon for children suffering from pneumonia

A drug normally used to prevent tissue rejection following organ transplants could be repurposed to help treat human metapneumovirus (HMPV) infection in children.
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New research identifies a bacterial ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ molecule involved in immune responses

Griffith University researchers have played a key role in investigating a new molecule that protects bacteria against viruses and is associated with bacterial infection of plants.
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Sugar modifications the key to unlocking ovarian cancer secrets

The ability to identify unique sugars that decorate ovarian cancer cells could help prevent the spread of cancer and improve treatment options for women.
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Griffith launches two cancer research centres with $4.6m ACRF funding

Griffith University has launched two cancer research centres backed by $4.6 million in funding from the Australian Cancer Research Foundation this month.
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Molecular key may unlock new treatments for neurodegenerative disorders

New research has successfully switched off a key pathway of nerve fibre breakdown in debilitating neurodegenerative disorders
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Griffith University researchers lead human trials for malaria vaccine

The Institute for Glycomics’ malaria vaccine researchers are one step closer to human trials for a malaria vaccine that can be freeze-dried.
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Developing new antibiotics to treat drug resistant infections

Institute for Glycomics researchers awarded $1.1 million from NHMRC to develop new antibiotics for drug resistant gonorrhoea.
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17 ARC Discovery Projects greenlit for Griffith researchers

Researchers have received grants worth over $6.96 million from the Australian Research Council.
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COVID-19

Childhood vaccination: the benefits spread beyond children

A Griffith study has found childhood COVID vaccination leads to high reductions in child disease and mortality, but is more beneficial to adults, particularly the unvaccinated.
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Griffith Sciences

Australian Cancer Research Foundation awards $2.6M to establish International Centre for Cancer Glycomics

Institute for Glycomics researchers receive funding boost in their fight against cancer with $2.6 million awarded by the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.
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