Events for 10 August, 2017

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: India and the Belt and Road initiative: Challenging China's economic statecraft

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: India and the Belt and Road initiative: Challenging China's economic statecraft

Professor Ian Hall examines the reasons for India's objections to the Belt and Road Initiative which he argues runs much deeper than its objection to the BRI-lined China Pakistan Economic Corridor, which runs through territory claimed by India, tapping into long-standing concerns about the economic drivers of political influence, as well as geostrategic worries about growing Chinese influence in South Asia.
Hiring and managing for organisational values - GBS Breakfast and Networking Series

Hiring and managing for organisational values - GBS Breakfast and Networking Series

Join the Griffith Business School Alumni Network and the research centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) for an informative and interactive expert panel. Workplace researchers and active industry human resource representatives will discuss the importance of organisational values in the recruitment and management of Australian workers.
Menzies Health Institute Queensland  Understanding Chronic Conditions Seminar, Topic 12: Infection and Immunity, Host Prof Keith Grimwood,  Guest Speakers: Assoc Prof David Whiley and Dr Timothy Kidd

Menzies Health Institute Queensland Understanding Chronic Conditions Seminar, Topic 12: Infection and Immunity, Host Prof Keith Grimwood, Guest Speakers: Assoc Prof David Whiley and Dr Timothy Kidd

Menzies Health Institute Queensland
Understanding Chronic Conditions Seminar
Topic 12: Infection and Immunity - Host Prof Keith Grimwood
Guest Speakers: Assoc Prof David Whiley & Dr Timothy Kidd
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: the biological basis

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: the biological basis

CFS is a debilitating disorder characterized by extreme fatigue or tiredness that doesn't go away with rest. It can also be referred to as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). Around 400,000 Australians are believed to be affected by CFS, many of whom are housebound or bedbound.
Lead researchers, Professor Sonya Marshall-Gradisnik and Professor Don Staines will discuss the challenges with CFS diagnosis, clinical presentation, and treatments.