Scientists develop low-cost platform which could detect early cancer
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 candidateHeidiWalkden and her colleagues from the Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Institute for Glycomics and Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery, in collaboration with Queensland […]
Findings could yield more effective treatment for often incurable blood cancer leukaemia.
Griffith researchers develop smart materials platform capable of aiding in the creation of new drugs and the clean-up of polluted environments.
An ‘heirloom’ piece of jewellery has been bestowed to Griffith Research Institute for Drug Discovery (GRIDD) Director Professor Jennifer L Martin AC to honour her inspiring achievements in the field.