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PhD students are Rising Stars

20th October, 2021

Congratulations to PhD students Manisha Patil and Ivy Guan, finalists in the NSW CVRN Rising Stars Research competition – the HEART Pitch.

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Dr Jessica Maclean awarded for life-saving stroke research

1st October, 2021

Dr Jessica Maclean has been awarded a Kanematsu Research Award 2021 from the RCPA Foundation to advance new potential care for stroke sufferers.

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Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium registrations now open

29th September, 2021

Registrations are now open for the virtual Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium, to be held on 9 – 10 December 2021.

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Pesky bush ticks could be key to saving lives in world-first HRI research

28th September, 2021

HRI is on the cusp of developing a drug to save people from deadly strokes using a common Australian bush tick.

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HRI investigates link between AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine and blood clots

2nd August, 2021

In an Australian first, a pilot study will seek to find biomarkers for blood clot risks in patients who have been given the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.

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HRI wins 'Best Workplace 2020' Award

11th December, 2020

HRI has won ‘Best Workplace 2020’ for providing an exceptional work environment for staff, awarded by consultancy firm Voice Project.

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Cardiometabolic Disease Group publishes review on heart failure models

8th September, 2021

The Cardiometabolic Disease Group at HRI has published a much-needed review on models of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF).

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PhD student Paraskevi Morris speaks at CSANZ

3rd September, 2021

PhD student Paraskevi (Evi) Morris recently spoke at the 69th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (CSANZ) 2021.

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Making cardiovascular medical devices safer

2nd September, 2021

Dr Anna Waterhouse is investigating how vital medical devices, such as those used in heart surgery, can be made safer for patients.

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