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.
Griffith University biomechanical researchers have produced what could be the ultimate coaching tool for elite sport - a next-generation ‘Digital Athlete’ that replicates an individual’s anatomy, both inside and out.
Key Griffith University research projects have received $4.5 million in funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council. Announced on December 15 by the Federal Minister for Health, The Honorable Greg Hunt MP, the seven Ideas Grants projects will contribute to vital health and medical research. Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) Professor Mario Pinto said […]
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.
Griffith has secured a $2m grant from the Motor Accident Insurance Commission for the BioSpine program.
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.
Griffith University’s research excellence has once again been recognised nationally.