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Funding shortfall for critical cardiovascular research

14th November, 2022

Cardiovascular disease is the biggest killer in the world, but does the funding for research to find better treatments and cures match the overall burden of the disease?

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Vanguard Grant for Dr Ashish Misra to propel nanomedicine

7th November, 2022

HRI's Dr Ashish Misra has received a Vanguard Grant that will enable the exploration of innovative concepts and stretch the field of atherosclerosis research to ultimately improve clinical care.

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Developing a deeper understanding of sepsis to prevent hypotension

7th November, 2022

The Heart Research Institute (HRI) is collaborating with the University of Manchester, UK on research that aims to develop a deeper understanding of sepsis to prevent hypotension.

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Ramaciotti win for Dr Chris Stanley

31st October, 2022

Dr Chris Stanley has been awarded a 2022 Ramaciotti Health Investment Grant for his research exploring the treatment of hypertension.

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Identifying new pathways to treat cardiovascular disease

24th October, 2022

The Heart Research Institute (HRI) is conducting a collaborative research project with the University of Cambridge to investigate new pathways to treat cardiovascular disease.

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

24th October, 2022

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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DECRA and Vanguard Grant awarded to Dr Xuyu Liu

17th October, 2022

Dr Xuyu Liu was awarded a 2022 Discovery Early Career Researcher Award as well as a Heart Foundation 2022 Vanguard Grant.

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HRI wins RACI Women in Chemistry Honourable Prize

8th September, 2022

Congratulations to PhD student Ivy Guan on being awarded the Women in Chemistry Honourable Prize at RACI2022.

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Discovering why stiff heart failure affects more women than men

5th September, 2022

HRI is investigating why more women than men are affected by heart failure with preserved ejection fraction.

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