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Your career in medical research.

If you are looking to take the initial leap to work in science, or to continue your career in medical research, hear from HRI’s team members with their frank and personal stories.

PhD Student Jessica Maclean

Jessica Maclean conducts medical research into cardiovascular disease specialising in stroke, and gives an insight into working at HRI's research laboratory. She then imparts career advice to anyone looking to join HRI to work in science.

Unit Leader Dr Melissa Farnham

Dr Melissa Farnham leads the medical research team Cardiovascular Neuroscience at HRI and has combined her career at HRI with having a family. She talks about HRI's life/work culture and gives advice to anyone who is looking to work in medical science.


Unit Leader Dr Xuyu Liu

Hear Dr Xuyu Liu talk about his career path into medical research and what it's like to work at The Heart Research Institute (HRI). Dr Xuyu Liu discusses how his career in cardiovascular research brings great satisfaction and gives examples of the mentorship and support HRI provides for his career.

PhD Student Manisha Patil

Manisha Patil talks through her career to date and how HRI has supported her with a research scholarship. She discusses the facilities and how HRI improved her research skills by creating a continual opportunity to learn.

Dr Yen Chin Koay

Dr Yen Chin Koay shares what it's like to have a career in medical research as a postdoctoral scientist at HRI with the Cardiometabolic Disease Group.

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