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Save the date: Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium, 9 – 10 Dec 2021

16th June, 2021

Save the date for the Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium: 9 – 10 December 2021, Messel Lecture Theatre, Sydney Nanoscience Hub, The University of Sydney

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World’s largest screening project to launch in Australia to prevent disabling strokes

7th June, 2021

HRI’s Professor Ben Freedman, Dr Nicole Lowres and Dr Katrina Giskes have received a significant Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) grant that is poised to transform stroke-related healthcare.

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When irregular heartbeat is something more: the WHF Roadmap on Atrial Fibrillation

27th May, 2021

HRI’s Professor Ben Freedman has co-chaired a significant update to the World Heart Federation Roadmap on Atrial Fibrillation.

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Dr Melissa Farnham awarded Kirby Foundation grant

25th May, 2021

Dr Melissa Farnham has been awarded a Kirby Foundation grant to research how obstructive sleep apnoea causes disease.

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Australian research to help prevent 10 Australians dying of heart attack each day faces a funding shortfall

11th May, 2021

Researchers at HRI are appealing to the public to help fund research that could prevent thousands dying of heart attack each year.

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First Nations peoples at earlier risk of atrial fibrillation

23rd April, 2021

HRI and collaborators have published research confirming a clear pattern between the incidence of atrial fibrillation and First Nations peoples.

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Bridging the valley of death

22nd March, 2021

Professor Shaun Jackson is calling on the Australian Government to establish a Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) clinical development fund to support the early clinical development of breakthrough medical devices and therapies.

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Nurturing the next generation of scientists

11th March, 2021

HRI welcomed Summer Scholars from both Australia and New Zealand to experience a research career at HRI for seven weeks.

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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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