First large epigenome-wide study to compare changes between people with Parkinson’s and those without disease.
They say laughter is the best medicine, but researchers at Griffith are looking at whether singing may be able to help improve the lives of Parkinson’s sufferers. Researchers at the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre are launching a new 6-month project to evaluate whether singing can help improve the communication skills and mental outlook of people with Parkinson’s Disease.
Dr Tien Kheng Khoo from the Menzies Institute of Health Queensland discusses one of the growing concerns for Australia’s ageing population.
With just a few days before voting ends, Griffith University’s Dr Asmaa Boufridi is still in the running for the Australian Academy of Science’s video competition for early to mid-career researchers. But she needs your vote. A postdoctoral scientist with the Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery, Asmaa is using samples from the Institute’s remarkable Nature […]
Raising awareness of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and improving the quality of life for sufferers is the aim of a new study at Griffith University.
Happiness for Zachery Quince is imagining a world where cellular degenerative diseases can be cured through biomedical engineering. And to keep him focused on making his “happy place” a reality, the Griffith University student only has to look at the symbol for serotonin – the neurotransmitter responsible for happiness — tattooed on his arm. Zachery, […]
Researchers at Griffith University’s Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery have developed a new technique for discovering natural compounds which could lead to novel therapeutic drugs.