An Honours offers the opportunity to develop your research and professional skills further after completing a Bachelor’s degree

An Honours year provides the satisfaction of advanced study, a close supervision relationship with an academic, the ability to engage in specialised and extended research, and enhanced job opportunities. It is also a pathway to a postgraduate research degree such as a Masters by Research or PhD.

Upcoming Honours information session(s):

  • Gold Coast: Tue 30 July 2019, 11am-12, G06_2.05
  • Nathan: Wed 31 July 2019, 2-3pm, N16_0.08

What you need to know

Applications for entry into the Honours program are due in January for T1 entry (which goes from February to October) and June for a T2 entry (which goes from July to April).

Admission to the programme is selective. Admission requirements include completion of a Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum GPA. Please click on the links below depending on your field of study for more details, eligibility requirements and to apply to each of our Honours program.

Scholarships

Several scholarships are available every trimester to support your living expenses. Please visit our Scholarships and Awards page, scroll down to “Search for Scholarships”, and select “Honours” in the “Qualification Level” drop-down box and “Science and environment” in the “Study area” drop-down box for a list of all available scholarships for Honours students.

Two such scholarships include the

Current Honours program offerings

Honours in the following fields are offered at our Nathan campus:

  • Applied Maths (program 2112)
  • Biomedical Science (program 2087)
  • Biomolecular Science (program 2108)
  • Biosciences (program 2112)
  • Chemistry (program 2112)
  • Environmental Science (program 2110)
  • Marine Science (program 2110)
  • Forensic Science (program 2107)
  • Physics (program 2112)
  • Urban and Environmental Planning (program 1431)

Honours in the following fields are offered at our Gold Coast campus:

  • Applied Maths (program 2112)
  • Biosciences (program 2112)
  • Chemistry (program 2112)
  • Environmental Science (program 2111)
  • Marine Science (program 2111)
  • Physics (program 2112)
  • Urban and Environmental Planning (program 1432)

Potential Projects

CampusProgramMajorProject DescriptionAcademic supervisor

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Nitrous oxide emissions from mangrove crabs: The role of diet

A/Prof David Welsh d.welsh@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Symbioses between sponges and nitrogen cycling bacteria

A/Prof David Welsh d.welsh@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Spatial analysis to prioritise urban species for conservation actions

Dr Ali Chauvenet a.chauvenet@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Monica Awasthy (BirdLife)

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Deep sea protection in Nova Scotia: spend or wait dichotomy

Dr Ali Chauvenet a.chauvenet@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Hugh Possingham (UQ), Prof Anna Metaxas (Dalhousie University)

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Have SEQ vertebrates declined or retreated uphill?

Dr Ali Chauvenet a.chauvenet@griffith.edu.au

GC

2112

Biosciences

Role of maternal linoleic acid consumption in offspring development

Dr Deanne Skelly d.skelly@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Investigating the effects of chemical pollutants in marine megafauna using cell based assays

Dr Jason van de Merwe j.vandemerwe@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Frederic Leusch

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Effects of land use and extreme weather events on the diet of green sea turtles

Dr Jason van de Merwe j.vandemerwe@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Frederic Leusch, Ms Christine Madden Hof (WWF-Australia)

GC

2111

Environmental Science

How do environmental pollutants affect fish behaviour?

Dr Steven Melvin s.melvin@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Frederic Leusch, Prof Tony Carroll

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Effects of antidepressants on circadian rhythms in fish

Dr Steven Melvin s.melvin@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Frederic Leusch

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Metabolomics and lipidomics: using advanced omics techniques to identify biomarkers of metal exposure in fish and larval frogs

Dr Steven Melvin s.melvin@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Tony Carroll, Prof Frederic Leusch

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Unravelling the metabolome - Identifying unknown metabolites in model species

Dr Steven Melvin s.melvin@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Tony Carroll

GC

2112

Chemistry

Improving the scalable production of electrochemically-derived graphene oxide and functional graphene for wearable and flexible devices

Dr Yulin Zhong y.zhong@griffith.edu.au

GC

2112

Chemistry

Atomistic modelling of electrocatalysis for hydrogen generation

Dr Yun Wang yun.wang@griffith.edu.au

GC

2112

Chemistry

Theoretically study of properties of heavy metal oxides

Dr Yun Wang yun.wang@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science

How many weed seed do tourist spread?  

Prof Catherine Pickering c.pickering@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Do mountain bikes cause more damage than hiking?

Prof Catherine Pickering c.pickering@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Using social media to assess visitation to natural areas and how we value nature

Prof Catherine Pickering c.pickering@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Trophic transfer of microplastics in aquatic biota

Prof Frederic Leusch f.leusch@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Chantal Lanctôt, Dr Shima Ziajahromi, Dr Peta Neale

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Does drinking chlorinated water affect the gut microbiome?

Prof Frederic Leusch f.leusch@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Peta Neale

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Fate of microplastic contaminants during wastewater and sludge treatment

Prof Frederic Leusch f.leusch@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Peta Neale, Dr Shima Ziajahromi

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Applying cell-based bioassays to identify toxic chemicals in water, soil and food

Prof Frederic Leusch f.leusch@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Peta Neale, Prof George Mellick

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Can in vitro test systems accurately predict toxicogenomic response in whole animals?

Prof Frederic Leusch f.leusch@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Sharon Hook (CSIRO), Dr Michael Warne (Qld DES)

GC

2111

Environmental Science

How well do in vitro systems model whole animal metabolite responses?

Prof Frederic Leusch f.leusch@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Steven Melvin, Dr Peta Neale, Prof Tony Carroll

NA

2108

Biosciences, Biomedical Science, Biomolecular Science

Is there a link between drinking water quality and Parkinson’s?

Prof George Mellick g.mellick@griffith.edu.au

Collaborator: Prof Frederic Leusch

GC

2111

Environmental Science

Developing in vitro assays to assess immunotoxicity of environmental samples

Prof Frederic Leusch f.leusch@griffith.edu.au

Collaborator: A/Prof Natacha Hogan (University of Saskatchewan)

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Optimising stable isotope methodology for studies of jellyfish trophic ecology

Prof Kylie Pitt K.Pitt@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Testing the nature of the relationship between jellyfish and their associates..

Prof Kylie Pitt K.Pitt@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Induction of strobilation of jellyfish polyps by metabolites of benthic invertebrates

Prof Kylie Pitt K.Pitt@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Tony Carroll

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Assessing historical changes in the accuracy of citations used in marine literature

Prof Kylie Pitt K.Pitt@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Marine Chemical Ecology

Prof Tony Carroll a.carroll@griffith.edu.au

GC

2112

Biosciences

Can honey obtained from flowering Eucalypts be used as a functional food for Malaria protection?

Prof Tony Carroll a.carroll@griffith.edu.au

GC

2112

Biosciences

Can Natural Products derived from Eucalypt flowers be used to treat Neurodegenerative Diseases?

Prof Tony Carroll a.carroll@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Assessing ecosystem health of coastal wetlands using eco-assays

Prof. Rod Connolly  r.connolly@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Michael Sievers

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Resilience of marine ecosystems

Prof. Rod Connolly  r.connolly@griffith.edu.au

NA

2110

Environmental Science

The impacts on human health of extreme heat events in SE Queensland

A/Prof Albert Gabric a.gabric@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Shannon Rutherford

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Flying foxes in urban landscapes: investigating the interactions between diet, seed dispersal and forest composition in changing ecosystems

Dr Alison Peel

a.peel@griffith.edu.au

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Understanding colour variation in the marine mollusc Alcyna

Dr Carmel McDougall c.mcdougall@griffith.edu.au

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Improving oyster farming in Moreton Bay

Dr Carmel McDougall c.mcdougall@griffith.edu.au

NA

2110

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Understanding shell development in molluscs

Dr Carmel McDougall c.mcdougall@griffith.edu.au

NA

2110

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Disease resistance in the blacklip oyster

Dr Carmel McDougall c.mcdougall@griffith.edu.au

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Effects of native vegetation patches on soil fertility in farming landscapes

Dr Chris Pratt c.pratt@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Sam Capon

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Nutrient uptake by wetland vegetation: relating structure to function

Dr Chris Pratt

c.pratt@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Sam Capon

NA

2110

Environmental Science

eDNA biomonitoring of stream diversity  

Dr Daniel Schmidt d.schmidt@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Carmel McDougall

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Genetic diversity of desert wetland soil seed banks

Dr Daniel Schmidt d.schmidt@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Sam Capon

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Mitochondrial climatic adaptation in Australian birds or fishes

Dr Daniel Schmidt d.schmidt@griffith.edu.au

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Are our local rainforest vertebrates in decline?

Dr Paul Oliver p.oliver@griffith.edu.au

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Bergman’s Rule and Rainforest birds

Dr Paul Oliver p.oliver@griffith.edu.au

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Role of seed predation in arid wetland vegetation dynamics

Dr Sam Capon s.capon@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Gary Palmer

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Resistance and resilience of subtropical riparian plants to flood disturbance

Dr Sam Capon

s.capon@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Gary Palmer

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Tadpoles as a reservoir of lethal chytridiomycosis

Dr. Laura Grogan l.grogan@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Hamish McCallum

NA

2110

Environmental Science

How do biogeochemical processes of soil organo-mineral particles moving across the terrestrial-aquatic interface affect water quality in the GBR?

Prof Chengrong Chen c.chen@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Maryam Esfandbod

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Novel high water retaining organic materials for mitigating drought stress in grain crop systems

Prof Chengrong Chen c.chen@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Mehran Rezaei Rashti

NA

2110

Environmental Science

How does long-term repeated prescribed fire affect plant water use efficiency?

Prof Chengrong Chen c.chen@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Maryam Esfandbod

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Does availability of phosphorus and microelements affect sugarcane nitrogen use efficiency and yield?

Prof Chengrong Chen c.chen@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Mehran Rezaei Rashti

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Distribution patterns of PFASs (or microplastics) in organic wastes and composts of Queensland

Prof Chengrong Chen c.chen@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Maryam Esfandbod

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Developing novel biochars and emergent biopolymers as microbial carrier for beneficial microbes (engineering)?

Prof Chengrong Chen c.chen@griffith.edu.au

NA

2108

Biomedical Science, Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Identifying Biomarkers for Parkinson’s Disease: toward a Cure

A/Prof Stephen Wood s.wood@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof George Mellick; Dr Chris Love

NA

2108

Biomedical Science, Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Identifying Novel Parkinson’s disease genes

Prof George Mellick g.mellick@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: A/Prof Stephen Wood

NA

2108

Biomedical Science, Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Investigating new drug leads for Malaria

Dr Gillian Fisher g.fisher@griffith.edu.au

NA

2112

Biosciences

Chemical probes to light up giardia parasite DNA

Prof Sally-Ann Poulsen s.poulsen@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: A/Prof Tina Skinner-Adams

NA

2112

Biosciences

Reversing drug resistance in multiple myeloma, an incurable cancer

Prof Sally-Ann Poulsen s.poulsen@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: A/Prof Kathryn Tonissen

NA

2112

Biosciences, Chemistry

Finding better compounds to develop as drugs using mass spectrometry

Prof Sally-Ann Poulsen s.poulsen@griffith.edu.au

NA

2108

Biosciences, Biomolecular Science

Traditional medicine for neurodegenerative diseases

Associate Professor Yun Jiang Feng y.feng@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof. George Mellick, Prof. Stephen Wood

NA

2108

Biosciences, Biomolecular Science

Natural material for skin hyperpigmentation and skin infection

Associate Professor Yun Jiang Feng y.feng@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Kathryn Tonissen

GC

2112

Chemistry

Better benchmarking of materials chemistry

Dr Tim Gould t.gould@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Yun Wang (subject to availability)

GC or NA

2112

Chemistry, Physics, Applied Maths

Turbocharging finite temperature simulations through machine learning

Dr Tim Gould t.gould@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Dario Rocca (France) and Dr Tomas Bucko (Slovakia)

GC or NA

2112

Physics, Applied Maths

Quantum chemistry on quantum computers

Dr Tim Gould t.gould@griffith.edu.au

NA

2112

Physics

Fast Gates for Ion Trap Quantum Information Processing

Dr Erik Streed e.streed@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Mirko Lobino

NA

2112

Physics

Long-distance Quantum Networking with Trapped Ions

A/Prof Mirko Lobino m.lobino@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Erik Streed

GC

2112

Physics, Biosciences, Applied Maths

Levitating Yeast Cells in an Ion Trap

Dr Erik Streed e.streed@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Joe Tiralongo

NA

2112

Physics, Applied Maths

Using Quantum thermodynamics to build a Memory Powered Engine

Dr Erik Streed e.streed@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Joan Vaccaro

GC

2112

Physics

3D printing of vacuum and high voltage parts

Dr Erik Streed e.streed@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Joan Vaccaro

GC

2112

Biosciences

Synthesis of bioactive carbohydrates

Dr Milton Kiefel m.kiefel@griffith.edu.au

NA

2108

Biosciences, Biomolecular Science

Understanding the genes involved in the production of a circular antimicrobial protein

Prof Bernd Rehm b.rehm@griffith.edu.au

Collaborator: Ben Vezina

NA

2087

Biosciences, Biomedical Science

Hunting for New Bioactive Compounds From Great Barrier Reef Marine Invertebrates

A/Prof Rohan Davis r.davis@griffith.edu.au

NA

2087

Biosciences, Biomedical Science

Discovery of New Bioactive Compounds From Rainforest Plants

A/Prof Rohan Davis r.davis@griffith.edu.au

NA

2087

Biosciences, Biomedical Science

Identification of Anti-HIV Small Molecules from NatureBank

A/Prof Rohan Davis r.davis@griffith.edu.au

NA

2108

Biomedical Science, Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Investigating the antiplasmodial activity of a new antimicrobial compounds

A/Prof Tina Skinner-Adams t.skinner-adams@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Gillian Fisher, Dr Stephen Page (Neoculi Pty Ltd); Prof K Andrews and Prof A McCluskey (Uni of Newcastle)

NA

2112

Physics

Integrated optical devices for non-classical light generation and measurement

A/Prof Mirko Lobino m.lobino@griffith.edu.au

GC

2112

Bioscience

When Glycobiology meets Nanotechnology

A/Prof Joe Tiralongo j.tiralongo@griffith.edu.au

GC

2112

Bioscience

Exploring the immuno-modulatory effect of fungal beta-glucans

A/Prof Joe Tiralongo j.tiralongo@griffith.edu.au

Collaborator: Darren Grice and Integria Healthcare

GC

2112

Bioscience

Glycomics of Cancer Stem Cells

A/Prof Joe Tiralongo j.tiralongo@griffith.edu.au

GC

2112

Bioscience

Developing novel anti-fungal drugs

A/Prof Joe Tiralongo j.tiralongo@griffith.edu.au

Collaborator: Thomas Haselhorst

NA

2108

Bioscience, Biomedical Science

The use of natural product scaffolds in the generation of novel chemical libraries for drug discovery

A/Prof Rohan Davis r.davis@griffith.edu.au

NA

2112

Physics

Complementarity in a laser beam: Does reducing the number fluctuations necessarily lead to greater phase fluctuations?

Professor Howard Wiseman h.wiseman@griffith.edu.au

Collaborator: Dr Nariman Saadatmand

NA

2112

Physics

Controlling quantum information encoded in photons (multiple projects)

Professor Geoff Pryde g.pryde@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Sergei Slussarenko, Dr Nora Tischler

NA

2108

Biomedical Science, Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Identifying gene networks and pathways associated with neurological disorders.

Dr Alex Cristino a.cristino@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Alan Mackay-Sim

NA

2108

Biomedical Science, Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Understanding microRNA regulation underlying cell functions and diseases.

Dr Alex Cristino a.cristino@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Alan Mackay-Sim

NA

2108

Biomedical Science, Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Developing a computational analysis to identify loss-of-function mutation in junk DNA.

Dr Alex Cristino a.cristino@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Conservation of pelagic marine species through electronic monitoring of tuna fisheries

Dr Chris Brown chris.brown@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Rod Connolly and The Nature Conservancy

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Policy relevant indicators for charting the health of coastal wetlands

Dr Chris Brown chris.brown@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Rod Connolly and the Global Wetlands Projec

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

What is the risk of coral reef extinction to tropical coastal fisheries

Dr Chris Brown chris.brown@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Rod Connolly and the Global Wetlands Project

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Strategies to adapt to climate change

Dr Johanna Nalau j.nalau@griffith.edu.au

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Global Seagrass Light Environments

Dr Ryan Pearson r.pearson@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Rod Connolly

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Heating up: planning for climate impacts on sea turtle nesting in NSW

Dr Ryan Pearson r.pearson@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Rod Connolly

NA

2110

Environmental Science

How will climate change how terrestrial-derived carbon and nutrients are processed in rivers?

Dr Ryan Burrows r.burrows@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: A/Prof Mark Kennard

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Understanding flow-related spawning dynamics of golden perch in the Condamine River

A/Prof Mark Kennard m.kennard@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Doug Harding (Qld Department of Natural Resources Mines and Energy)

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Mapping the prevalence of groundwater-influenced intermittent rivers

Dr Ryan Burrows r.burrows@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: A/Prof Mark Kennard

NA

2108

Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Target Identification by Direct Observation of Protein-Ligand Complexes Using Native Mass Spectrometry

Dr Miaomiao Liu miaomiao.liu@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Ronald J Quinn

NA

2108

Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Fragment based drug discovery from Traditional Chinese Medicines

Prof Ronald J Quinn r.quinn@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Miaomiao Liu

NA

2108

Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Building a database of bioactive natural products for Artificial Intelligence prediction of target

Prof Ronald J Quinn r.quinn@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Miaomiao Liu

NA

2108

Biomolecular Science, Biosciences

Pheno-target drug discovery from natural products using native mass spectrometry

Dr Miaomiao Liu miaomiao.liu@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Ronald J Quinn, Ruslana Bryk

GC

2111

Environmental Science, Marine Science

Fine scale habitat preferences of humpback whale

Dr Olaf Meynecke o.meynecke@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Prof Tony Carroll

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Community knowledge and perceptions of Water Sensitive Urban Design

Dr Edward Morgan ed.morgan@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Wade Hadwen

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Valuing cultural ecosystem services derived from the world’s forests: A systematic review and meta-analysis

A/Prof James Smart j.smart@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Mr Andrew Buckwell

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Exploring the biodiversity values of artificial wetlands in urban areas

Dr Wade Hadwen w.hadwen@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Ed Morgan (Cities Research Institute)

NA

2110

Environmental Science

Exploring the ecological responses to discharge from a Waste Water Treatment Plant.

Dr Wade Hadwen w.hadwen@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Sam Capon (Australian Rivers Institute), Mr Andrew Murray (Toowoomba Regional Council)

NA 2110

Environmental Science

Reconstructing seasonality in fossil porcupine incisors

Dr Julien Louys j.louys@griffith.edu.au

NA 2110

Environmental Science

Palaeoenvironmental implications of root trace fossils from Sumatra

Dr Julien Louys j.louys@griffith.edu.au

NA 2108

Bioscience

Microfluidic Strategy for Circulating Tumour Cells Analysis in Cancer Patients

Dr Muhammad Umer m.umer@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Muhammad Shiddiky, Prof Nam-Trung Nguyen

NA 2108

Bioscience

Portable Devices for Cancer Epigenetics Evaluation

Dr Muhammad Umer m.umer@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Muhammad Shiddiky, Prof Nam-Trung Nguyen

NA 2108

Bioscience

Microfluidic Devices for Exosome Detection

Dr Muhammad Umer m.umer@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Muhammad Shiddiky, Prof Nam-Trung Nguyen

NA 2108

Bioscience

Devices for Early Breast Cancer Detection

Dr Muhammad Umer m.umer@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Muhammad Shiddiky, Prof Nam-Trung Nguyen

NA 2108

Biomedical Science, Bioscience

Pathogenetic role of Kir4.2 channel in Parkinson’s disease – decoding the genetic code for Parkinson’s disease patients

Prof George Mellick g.mellick@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: Dr Linlin Ma

NA 2108

Biomolecular Science, Bioscience

Discovery and characterisation of novel TRPM2 channel modifiers from NatureBank

Dr Linlin Ma linlin.ma@griffith.edu.au

Collaborators: A/Prof Rohan Davis

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