We focus on translatable, interdisciplinary research at the forefront of discovery
Through globally significant research and community engagement, we strive to improve the overall health and wellbeing of children, adolescents and adults.
We undertake research on all parts of life that affect our health, from social determinants, communicable and non-communicable disease, to clinical techniques, vaccines, musculoskeletal health and ageing.
Arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions
Dementia and neurological disorders
Mental health and wellbeing
Rehabilitation and disability
Healthcare Practice and Survivorship
Quantitative Digital Pathology-Immunohistochemistry section
Under the leadership of Dr Eugen Petcu, the new section of Quantitative Digital Pathology-Immunohistochemistry provides expert assessments using the latest technology represented by GenASIs HiPath.
Clinical trial participants play a key role in helping us deliver improved health outcomes. Volunteering is a great way to contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge and give back to your community.
Gold Coast Primary Health Network Research Collaboration Deed
The Research Collaboration Deed is an available research grant for projects between Griffith University and the Gold Coast Primary Health Network.
- Project Schedule User Guide
- Project Schedule Template
- Assignment of Intellectual Property Deed
- Moral Rights Consent
- Student Declaration Form