Public Lecture

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology - Rapid and sensitive detection of human and animal diseases for low-resource use

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology - Rapid and sensitive detection of human and animal diseases for low-resource use

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology. Associate Professor Joanne Macdonald describes how her research group has identified and developed a low-resource molecular genetics testing workflow that enables accurate disease identification without any sophisticated equipment. Pathogens can be detected within raw samples (blood, tissue or swabs) in 20-40 minutes ​with similar sensitivity to laboratory-based molecular genetics tests.
Save the date - MBA For Life - Brisbane

Save the date - MBA For Life - Brisbane

Please save the date for this upcoming MBA For Life networking event at the Griffith University South Bank campus.

You are invited to join Griffith MBA Director, Professor Chris Fleming, current MBA students and fellow alumni.
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These events allow current students and graduates the opportunity to network with likeminded professionals.
BSI/GCSE Joint Research Seminar: Digital transformation through realising good dividends

BSI/GCSE Joint Research Seminar: Digital transformation through realising good dividends

Rather than highlighting issues of sustainability to persuade business to do some good, the regenerative system of Good Dividends seeks to redefine growth by integrating communities, societies and environments as sources of capital from which a dividend can be yielded as part of value generation. Through a case study of the 'Made Smarter' program ​, Steve will show how digital transformations are being made by manufacturing SMEs using the Good Dividends system.
MHIQ Program Seminar Series Disability and Rehabilitation (GCORE) - Local Composition Control Using Additive Manufacturing for Orthopedic Implants

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Disability and Rehabilitation (GCORE) - Local Composition Control Using Additive Manufacturing for Orthopedic Implants

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Disability and Rehabilitation (GCORE). Professor Roger Gonzalez explains the new approach to mutiplanar, real-time simulation of physiological knee load with implications towards using local composition control in additive manufacturing for orthopedic implants. The purpose of the research is to develop repeatable simulation of physiological loads and develop techniques to fabricate a synthetic-based replacement of cadaver specimens.
2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Mackenzie's Mission: Australia-wide genomic precision medicine

2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Mackenzie's Mission: Australia-wide genomic precision medicine

2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Professor Nigel Laing AO explains that next generation sequencing technologies make reproductive carrier screening for hundreds of conditions affordable. Mackenzie's Mission is a $20m Medical Research Future Fund project to develop, test and evaluate a reproductive carrier screening program that could be implemented and made available free to any Australian couple that wanted to use carrier screening.