The Clem Jones Centre for Neurobiology and Stem Cell Research was established in 2016 at Griffith University. The aim of the Centre is to develop therapies to treat acquired brain injury and spinal cord injury. Based at the  Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery, the laboratories are equipped to allow cutting-edge research ranging from high throughput drug screening to complex three-dimensional assays.

Dr. James St John is the Head of the Centre and works with an enthusiastic and dedicated team of researchers with diverse skills and expertise – meet the team on the People page.

The work of the Clem Jones Centre for Neurobiology and Stem Cell Research is made possible with funding from the Clem Jones Foundation.

The Clem Jones Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Clem Jones Group.  The Trustees are dedicated to benefiting the community through ongoing commitments to the wishes and philosophies of the late Dr. Clem Jones AO.