Griffith is one of Australia's leading research universities
From what could be the world’s first malaria vaccine—now at human trial stage—to the first photo of a single atom’s shadow, Griffith researchers are at the forefront of discovery. Working in our world-class research centres, institutes and schools, our researchers are driven to better understand our world and improve people’s lives. Our research strengths span a broad spectrum of areas, from chronic diseases to criminology and Asian politics to the arts.
Analysis of Excellence in Research for Australia 2018 found 99% of our research outputs were returned in disciplines rated at world standard or above.
Our researchers are provided with state-of-the-art facilities, support services and research environments that best accommodate their needs.
Experts at hand
We have more than 3,000 academics who engage in learning, teaching and research-related activities at Griffith.
Griffith researchers are well connected and collaborative, with over 5,000 national partners and over 200 international research agreements.
A guide to Research Impact
See some useful tips and resources to help you understand, plan and extend the societal impact of your research
Areas of strategic investment
INDIGENOUS RESEARCH AT GRIFFITH
Our Indigenous Research Unit supports and facilitates research relevant to and prioritised by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. The Unit also aims to influence policy to improve socio-economic conditions for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and to further the aspirations of communities.
Donate for Research
There are many ways you can help us find solutions and support our ground-breaking research, through donations, bequests and sponsorships. Every donation helps make a difference.
Volunteer as a Research Participant
You can contribute to the advancement of knowledge and new interventions through volunteering in our clinical trials. Find out more about current clinical trials and register your interest to participate.