Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics will open its doors to the public to showcase its malaria vaccine project.
Griffith University researchers are tackling the enormous global health problem of malaria through innovative approaches to develop new vaccine and drug candidates. At Griffith’s two leading biomedical research institutes – the Institute for Glycomics and the Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery – research teams are firmly focused on, and are making progress towards the global […]
Five Griffith University scientists have been awarded Advance Queensland Research funding.
By Suresh Mahalingam, Principal Research Leader, Institute for Glycomics As Zika fear rises, especially in the wake of the World Health Organization last night declaring a state of public health emergency, people are inevitably asking why we don’t have a vaccine to protect against the mosquito-borne virus. Zika is generally a mild illness, causing fever, […]
Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics is calling for volunteers to be part of their malaria vaccine trials in 2016 on the Gold Coast.
Professor Vicky Avery, from Griffith's Eskitis Institute, is part of an international discovery which could lead to powerful new anti-malaria drugs
Griffith University is seeking healthy, non-smoker males aged 18-45 years to participate in a study at Robina Hospital examining the infectivity of malaria parasites in humans. The results from this study are critical for further human clinical studies including the development of a malaria vaccine. This study will involve administering malaria parasites in red blood […]