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Dr Xuyu Liu awarded cardiovascular drug discovery grant

29th November, 2021

Congratulations to Dr Xuyu Liu on being awarded a Drug Discovery Initiative and Cardiovascular Initiative Partnership Grant for his research “A PROTAC-based bioengineering platform for more efficacious antiplatelet drug discovery”.

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Quadruple success for HRI

24th November, 2021

HRI researchers have been awarded an outstanding four grants under the NSW Cardiovascular Research Capacity Program.

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Silent sleep danger for smokers uncovered in world-first study

11th November, 2021

HRI scientists have discovered people who smoke and also have sleep apnoea - known as the silent killer - are putting themselves in even greater danger of future health complications.

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HRI expands research into inflammation and blood pressure disorders

11th November, 2020

HRI is delighted to welcome Dr Christopher Stanley as lead of the Microvascular Research Group.

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Dr John O’Sullivan awarded 2021 Vanguard Grant

26th October, 2021

Congratulations to Dr John O’Sullivan on being awarded a Vanguard Grant for his research into “stiff” heart failure.

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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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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 scientists examine if a low-carb ketogenic diet is protective during hypoglycaemia

19th September, 2021

New research may pave the way for determining whether a ketogenic diet may be beneficial in managing blood glucose and complications associated with low blood sugar in diabetes.

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