HRI awarded three prestigious NHMRC grants
The Heart Research Institute (HRI) has secured more than $4.3 million of funding with the announcement of this year’s National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Ideas and Development Grants.
Leading researchers gather at the 2023 Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium
Delegates from across Australia gathered for the 2023 Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium, an annual event co-hosted by the Heart Research Institute (HRI) and the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute (VCCRI).
HRI calls for donations to stop Australia’s biggest killer this Christmas
The Heart Research Institute (HRI) is calling on public donations as part of their end of year Christmas appeal to help fund their cutting-edge research to fight cardiovascular disease.
Assoc Prof Lining Ju awarded prestigious ARC grant to establish new ‘single-molecule’ facility
Congratulations to Assoc Prof Lining (Arnold) Ju for successfully securing a Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) grant from the Australian Research Council (ARC).
Prof Andrew Coats AO named one of world’s most highly cited researchers
The CEO and Scientific Director of the Heart Research Institute (HRI), Prof Andrew Coats AO, has been announced as a Highly Cited Researcher for 2023 by Clarivate, which is the most prestigious researcher list in the world.
HRI and CPC celebrate their collaboration at incredible Showcase event
Last week, an exciting event was held at The University of Sydney to celebrate the collaboration between the Heart Research Institute (HRI) and Charles Perkins Centre (CPC).
HRI awarded $5 million NHMRC Synergy grant for new stroke treatment
The Thrombosis Group at the Heart Research Institute (HRI) has been awarded a $5 million Synergy grant by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
HRI awarded prestigious $100,000 grant by Ramaciotti Foundations
Congratulations to Dr Xuyu (Johnny) Liu, Unit Leader at the Heart Research Institute, who has been awarded a $100,000 Health Investment Grant from the Clive & Vera Ramaciotti Foundations.
World-first exercise study shows benefits for patients with congenital heart disease
The Heart Research Institute’s (HRI’s) world-first exercise trial for patients with congenital heart disease (CHD) is already seeing positive results, with participants reporting increased energy and reduced anxiety while being active.