Founder and Director of Griffith Universityâ€™s Institute for Glycomics, says he is humbled by his inclusion in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
It’s a night for support and appreciation of the ground-breaking work being carried out by Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics and everyone is invited to be part of this special occasion. The Institute’s Grand Ball Night is regarded as a show-stopper each year with the 2018 edition promising to deliver a memorable evening full of […]
Institute for Glycomics receives Federal Government grant to partner with China to create world-first drug to treat Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD).
His Royal Highness, The Duke of York KG has seen first hand the lifesaving and groundbreaking work Griffith University's leading Institute for Glycomics is doing.
A multi-million dollar investment by Griffith University to establish a world leading cancer research centre is now challenging traditional approaches to cancer testing and treatments.
The Griffith University community is mourning the passing of Mr Terry Robertson, a long-time supporter and a champion of the health and education sector on the Gold Coast.
Griffith University microbiologist Dr Kate Seib has been recognised for her distinguished contributions to microbiology research in Australia, including vaccine targets for diseases which cause meningitis, gonorrhoea and middle ear infections.