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.
One of Griffith’s biggest supporters in the field of spinal cord injury research and a Griffith Sciences alumnus have been recognised at the Queensland Community Foundation Philanthropy awards.
New research from Griffith University has shown that damage to the lining inside the nose increases the risk of bacteria sneaking into the brain via nerves, potentially causing long-term health issues. PhD candidate Heidi Walkden and her colleagues from the Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Institute for Glycomics and Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery, in collaboration with Queensland […]
A team of Griffith University researchers has won the prestigious Marshall and Warren Innovation Award at the annual NHMRC Research Excellence Awards.
PhD graduate Dr Alison Wright is taking her first steps into a postdoctoral adventure that she hopes will one day put her at the forefront of space research
Novel technique lets cells interact more naturally within ‘naked liquid marbles’.
Natural compounds derived from Australian plants have been found to stimulate cells that are useful for transplantation to repair spinal cord injuries.