With uniquely individual DNA and different life circumstances each person has their own distinct health journey through life, and Griffith health experts are at the forefront of innovation to personalise the healthcare response. While we all hope to grow old gracefully, our genes can help or hinder us as we encounter different germs and diseases […]
A highly promising approach to treating HPV-drivenhead andneckcanceris on the way,and it could be in the shape of a simple oral medication. This isaccording tonewbreakthroughresearch led by Griffith University, whichhas conductedtrials showingthat the drug, Alisertib, testedin trialsto treat other cancers such as lung and kidney,can alsosuccessfullydestroy the cancer cellsassociated withhead andneckcancer. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) […]
A cutting-edge Griffith University and Gold Coast University Hospital research program aims to provide cancer patients with 'personalised’ and more targeted treatments, allowing doctors to more rapidly prescribe the right drug every time.
Improving health and wellbeing through globally significant research and community engagement. This is the vision of Griffith’s newly restructured Menzies Health Institute Queensland leadership team.
Griffith University played host to Cancer Council Queensland (CCQ) this week asthe charity announced Professor Nigel McMillan as the Face of Relay for Life. Professor McMillan from Griffith Health Institute’s Molecular Basis of Diseaseprogram had the honour bestowed on him in recognition of his contribution tocancer research and for his dedication to supporting CCQ’s vision […]
The race to find a cure for cancer is speeding up thanks to "functional genomics".
New hope has arrived for the fight against two deadly viral infections, RSV and influenza,as Griffith researchers prepare to develop a cutting-edge approach to treatment delivery. RSV (respiratory syncytial virus)is the most common respiratory pathogen in infants and young children and hasinfected nearly all infants by the age of two years. Meanwhile, there are 2,200 […]