Paving the way for personalised medicine, Griffith University researchers will use stem cells from nasal biopsies of people with schizophrenia to discover potential new therapies for this debilitating disease. Schizophrenia is a life-long condition first diagnosed in early adulthood, costing the Australian government about $1.44 billion and the general community $2.25 billion annually. The few […]
The spotlight continues to shine on Griffith University’s research excellence, with solid representation in The Australian newspaper’s special research supplement for 2020. Griffith research was acknowledged as being the national leader in six fields of research while individually, nine Griffith researchers were considered ‘leaders in their field’. The research leaders’ list is based on a big […]
Researcher plays key role in discovery of new drug target for stopping the spread of malaria.
Findings could yield more effective treatment for often incurable blood cancer leukaemia.
Seven Griffith University academics have been appointed as members of the 2019 ARC College of Experts
Professor Vicky Avery, from Griffith's Eskitis Institute, is part of an international discovery which could lead to powerful new anti-malaria drugs