Griffith University will use a $2.95 million NHMRC grant to take a unique focus on targeting sugar interactions to prevent and treat bacterial infections that cause meningitis, pneumonia and gastrointestinal infections. Professor Michael Jennings from Griffith’s Institute for Glycomics was recently awarded the funding for his research into discovering and exploiting glycointeractions to create new […]
Griffith University is bidding a grateful farewell to community champion and Director of the Institute for Glycomics, Professor Mark von Itzstein AO. Professor von Itzstein will step down from his role as Director of the Institute for Glycomics, one of Australia’s flagship interdisciplinary translational biomedical research institutes, at the end of 2023. Griffith University’s Vice […]
Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics is partnering with Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club for a third year to raise funds to aid vital breast cancer research.
Griffith University researchers have played a key role in investigating a new molecule that protects bacteria against viruses and is associated with bacterial infection of plants.
The ability to identify unique sugars that decorate ovarian cancer cells could help prevent the spread of cancer and improve treatment options for women.