HELP US IN OUR FIGHT AGAINST DISEASE

Translational clinical studies, including clinical trials, allow the testing of laboratory-based findings in individuals who have volunteered to participate in that trial. There are different types of studies that may be undertaken depending on the aim of the research and these can include: collecting and analysing samples from individuals with a specific disease, examining the performance and effectiveness of new diagnostic tests and clinical trials which aim to assess the effectiveness of a new intervention, for example an experimental drug or vaccine.

We are always looking for volunteers for a variety of trials. If you are interested in participating in our clinical trials please register through the links below.

Register for our current trials

MALARIA VACCINE TRIAL

This is a Phase 1b trial to examine the effectiveness of a novel malaria vaccine candidate.

Local contact: Dr Danielle Stanisic

E-mail: glycomicstrials@griffith.edu.au

Telephone: (07) 5678 0898

Trial status: active; recruiting

Register

NORMAL LEVELS OF A NON-HUMAN SUGAR

N-glycolylneuraminic acid (NEU5Gc)

This study aims to investigate the levels of a potential cancer biomarker, the sugar Neu5Gc, in healthy, cancer-free men and women over the age of 18 before and after fasting.

Local contact: Dr Lucy Shewell

E-mail: Neu5Gclevels@griffith.edu.au

Trial status: active; recruiting

Register

Clinical trial unit

If these particular clinical trials don't suit you, why not visit our Clinical Trial Unit to see what other trials are currently underway.

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If you are not able or eligible to volunteer but would still like to support our extremely important work, there are many ways you can help us.

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