Meet the Team

 
 
Health Bioscience Team

One of the best lecturers I’ve had. I loved the fact that he drew and explained things clearly. He made A&P so interesting that I never missed a lecture. Also his videos were so helpful in my understanding of the subject, I feel like he truly was interested in helping students pass the subject and learn.
— first year nursing student

  Dr. Michael Todorovic    Dr Todorovic  is a lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Griffith University, Australia. He is a research member of the Menzies Health Institute, and an adjunct research fellow of the Clem Jones Centre for Neurobiology and Stem Cell Research. Dr. Todorovic completed his PhD in clinical neuroscience and has published within biomedical and educational fields. His medical research interests are focused around regenerative therapies for spinal cord injury and acquired brain injury. His teaching interests focus on providing the best educational resources of bioscience students.  

Dr. Michael Todorovic

Dr Todorovic is a lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Griffith University, Australia. He is a research member of the Menzies Health Institute, and an adjunct research fellow of the Clem Jones Centre for Neurobiology and Stem Cell Research. Dr. Todorovic completed his PhD in clinical neuroscience and has published within biomedical and educational fields. His medical research interests are focused around regenerative therapies for spinal cord injury and acquired brain injury. His teaching interests focus on providing the best educational resources of bioscience students.  

  Dr. Matthew Barton    Dr Barton  is a lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Griffith University, Australia. He is a member of the Centre for Musculoskeletal Research within the Menzies Health Institute, and an adjunct research fellow of the Clem Jones Centre for Neurobiology and Stem Cell Research. Dr. Barton has completed his PhD in Neuroscience and has published 15 peer-reviewed publications over the past 4 years. Hi research interests are neuroscience, clinical anatomy, and bioscience education.  

Dr. Matthew Barton

Dr Barton is a lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Griffith University, Australia. He is a member of the Centre for Musculoskeletal Research within the Menzies Health Institute, and an adjunct research fellow of the Clem Jones Centre for Neurobiology and Stem Cell Research. Dr. Barton has completed his PhD in Neuroscience and has published 15 peer-reviewed publications over the past 4 years. Hi research interests are neuroscience, clinical anatomy, and bioscience education.  

  Dr. Amy Johnston    Dr Johnston  is a research fellow in a joint appointment between Gold Coast University Hospital and Griffith University. She brings a wealth of educational, biomedical and behavioural research experience with over 40 peer-reviewed publications and 14 successful grants totaling over $500,000.  She currently holds an Office for Learning and Teaching seed grant.

Dr. Amy Johnston

Dr Johnston is a research fellow in a joint appointment between Gold Coast University Hospital and Griffith University. She brings a wealth of educational, biomedical and behavioural research experience with over 40 peer-reviewed publications and 14 successful grants totaling over $500,000.  She currently holds an Office for Learning and Teaching seed grant.

  Grant Williams-Pritchard    Mr. Williams-Pritchard  is a scholarly teaching fellow in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Griffith University, Australia. He has been an integral part of the bioscience teaching team at Griffith University for 10 years and has taught at a number of other tertiary institutions including Southern Cross University, Bond University, and Griffith College. Grant is currently finishing his PhD in biomedical sciences, focusing on cardioprotection.

Grant Williams-Pritchard

Mr. Williams-Pritchard is a scholarly teaching fellow in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Griffith University, Australia. He has been an integral part of the bioscience teaching team at Griffith University for 10 years and has taught at a number of other tertiary institutions including Southern Cross University, Bond University, and Griffith College. Grant is currently finishing his PhD in biomedical sciences, focusing on cardioprotection.