Clinical Research.

Our mission is to detect the earliest signs of heart and blood vessel damage

with a view to preventing serious complications later.

Our main focus for prevention of atherosclerosis is for children and young adults with risk factors for early heart disease, especially those who are obese, those exposed to passive smoke in the home, those who smoke themselves or those who with high levels of cholesterol. We are also focussing on subjects with pre-diabetes or diabetes and babies who are born small at full term. 

What impact will this research have?

Early detection and prevention of advanced heart disease could save hundreds of thousands of lives each year.

Professor David Celermajer
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What’s new in the lab?

Food tips to lower blood pressure

Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is believed to impact one in three Australian adults. This is cause for concern as untreated high blood pressure can lead to increased risk of cardiovascular disease. To help reduce your risk of high blood pressure, here are some simple dietary changes you can make to take care of your heart health.

Current team update

For his work on early detection of pulmonary vascular disease, Dr Edmund Lau won the Young Investigator Award from the Thoracic Society of ANZ as well as from the Pulmonary Hypertension Society of ANZ 

Jan 07, 2015

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