New treatment for a common wrist injuryFeatures
Groundbreaking bioengineering and 3D printing technology at Griffith is creating hope for sufferers of Scapholunate Interosseous Ligament (SLIL) injury, the most common of wrist ligament injuries.
‘Thought control’ approach to spinal injury rehab raises new hopeFeatures
Griffith medical graduate and Gold Coast University Hospital junior doctor Dinesh Palipana thinks about walking a lot, since a car accident left him a quadriplegic part-way through his medicine degree.
Griffith University researchers are redefining the future of limb loss rehabilitation.
Griffith University Vice-Chancellor Professor Carolyn Evans has welcomed news three leading tech companies have based themselves in the growing Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct.
A trio of emerging Griffith University health scientists have been named as Queensland Young Tall Poppies for 2021.
Griffith medicine graduate and Biospine Project co-lead Dr Dinesh Palipana OAM has added Senior Lecturer in the School of Medicine to his growing list of Griffith affiliations.
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.
Griffith University’s leading researchers have been recognised at the 2020 Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards.
Dr Dinesh Palipana has been recognised with a global award for his work in advocating for people with disabilities.
A Griffith researcher investigating how life support machines can cause life-threatening complications has won the Judge’s Award in the 2019 Fresh Science Competition.
Gold Coast Orthopaedic Research
As one of four research partners in ARC CMIT, Griffith University is leading two key projects with the potential to deliver significantly better clinical outcomes for orthopaedic deformities, injuries and disabilities.
From paediatric palliative care and humanitarian dental work to a passion for astrophysics and groundbreaking scientific research into Malaria, the 2018 Alumni Awards showcase the rich diversity of Griffith’s Health and Science alumni.