Griffith University

ASP Student Travel Conference Grant

June 3rd, 2019

Congratulations to PhD student Sandra Duffy and Dr Bilal Zulfiqar, who have been awarded an ASP travel grant to present at the Australian Society of Parasitology annual meeting from 8-11th July 2019 in Adelaide.

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Griffith Sciences IMPACT event

May 27th, 2019

Last week GRIDD was proud to host a Griffith Sciences IMPACT event – “New Drugs: Why the Wait?” Panel members were: A/Prof Rohan, Moana Simpson, Prof Vicky Avery, Prof Jonathan Baell and Emeritus Professor Maree Smith. Audience members included scientists from Griffith, UQ, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, the Queensland Museum, the Queensland Government and the public and highlighted the importance of collaboration and networks during the drug discovery process.

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New ACRF centre in Compounds Australia at Griffith to benefit from $2m grant

November 29th, 2018

A $2 million grant from the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF), announced today, will fund a transformative compound management platform within the new ACRF Centre for Compound Management and Logistics at Compounds Australia – Australia’s only dedicated compound management facility. The successful grant, led by Professor Vicky Avery of Griffith University, will enable Australian cancer researchers to access the most advanced compound management capability available internationally, thus accelerating cancer target validation and drug discovery efforts nationally. More details can be found here.

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Compounds Australia ACRF Centre for Compound Management and Logistics

November 29th, 2018

Compounds Australia has been awarded a $2 million Australia Cancer Research Foundation grant to enable a transformative compound management platform within the new ACRF Centre for Compound Management and Logistics at Compounds Australia. All the details can be found on the Compounds Australia newsletter.

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Australian Cancer Research Foundation 2018 Grant News

November 29th, 2018

The Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) announced $16.4 million in four technology grants to initiate and accelerate further ground-breaking cancer research in Australia. Compounds Australia, Griffith University (QLD) will receive $2 million, to establish a transformative acoustic compound management platform with integrated software to enable Australian cancer researchers to access the most advanced drug combinations used in cancer clinical trials. The grants were announced at a reception hosted by the Governor General of the Commonwealth of Australia, His Excellency General …

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