Griffith University is seeking five people living with spinal cord injury to be part of stage two of an innovative trial which will test intensive rehabilitation for those living with chronic spinal cord paralysis.
An Australian-first rehabilitation trial considered the next crucial step in treating paralysis will proceed after a record donation from the country’s leading spinal injury research foundation.
One of Griffith’s biggest supporters in the field of spinal cord injury research and a Griffith Sciences alumnus have been recognised at the Queensland Community Foundation Philanthropy awards.
The Queensland Government has invested $5 million in a Griffith University pre-clinical trial to prove that a “nerve bridge” across a damaged spinal cord may be the answer to otherwise permanent paralysis. In a science and health collaboration, the project, led by Dr James St John, will be conducted across two of the university’s leading […]
The first real cure for spinal injury is closer at Griffith University because of a donation by the PerryCross Spinal Research Foundation. The foundation has just committed $267,000 towards the first year of funding of a $700,000 humanclinical trial at Griffith’s Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery. There are about 12,000 recorded cases of spinal cord […]
Griffith University supporter and Gold Coast identity Perry Cross will be one of several local icons featured in Luminaries, a stunning visual display tomorrow evening at the Gold Coast campus
Griffith University’s Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery opened its door for a ‘Scientific Open House’ organised with the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation to thank their donors for their contributions to scientific research. Part of the research at Eskitis aims to find a cure for spinal cord paralysis. Former Governor-General The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce […]