Research and collaboration are key elements of the Griffith University and Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) partnership.
Our academics and experts are encouraged to undertake new research and promote current studies which focus on areas such as legacy, sustainability, health, science, tourism and business and its impact on GC2018 and the Gold Coast, with some projects already well underway.
Preparing the Queensland labour force for the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Researchers: Assoc Profs Keith Townsend and Mohan Thite, Prof Kristine Toohey, Dr Millicent Kennelly, Dr Shyama Ratnasiri and Mr Paul Dibley-Maher.
An Active Legacy? Parkrun and the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Researcher: Dr Millicent Kennelly.
Brand Associations of the Commonwealth Games: Perceptions of the Chinese Market. Researcher: Dr Xin Jin.
Examinations of an intensive high-performance sport program for Oceania athletes. Researchers: Dr Clare Minahan and Mr Duncan Free OAM.
Infectious disease risk assessment for the 21st Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in 2018. Researcher: Mr Kazi Rahman.
Zika virus infection and Commonwealth Games 2018 on the Gold Coast, Australia: a risk assessment. Researcher: Mr Kazi Rahman.