Griffith is celebrating following the release of the annual QS World University Rankings which have placed the university’s Nursing program at 29th in the world.
Griffith University was honoured to host a visit by the Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine on Friday 5 June 2015 at the Gold Coast campus. The ongoing collaboration has been centred on pathology and cancer research, with Professor Alfred Lam, Head of Pathology, Griffith School of Medicine, having already actively cooperated with Professor Hironobu […]
The International University of Health and Welfare (IUHW) visited Griffith University Gold Coast campus on Thursday 15 January 2015. With the opening of their new Narita City campus in 2015, the IUHW is interested in both sending, and receiving, students for short study tours of one to two weeks. The target cohort of students is […]
On Monday 12 January 2015 a delegation comprising three Japanese universities from the Shikoku region – Tokushima Bunri University, Matsuyama University and the University of Tokushima, visited Griffith University Gold Coast campus. The visit provided Griffith University with an opportunity to both showcase the School of Pharmacy, and, to also demonstrate collegiality in the international […]
Pre-eclampsia (PE) is a serious complication of pregnancy that currently affects 6-8% of all pregnancies in Australia. Griffith Health Institute (GHI) researchers have recently found that multivitamin supplements, including those that contain selenium, can reduce the incidence of PE, especially for overweight mothers. PE is the most common of the dangerous pregnancy complications and as well as […]
Griffith's cancer research has been acknowledged as among the best in the state by Cancer Council Queensland and rewarded with significant funding.
Griffith continues to maintain its elite academic status in medical science and dentistry, by having a higher cut-off entry score for its degree programs than many NSW universities. Griffith had the highest Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) cut off of any of the medical and dentistry degrees in the main round of offers released by […]