Is it possible to restore circulation in someone with peripheral artery disease?
PhD student Manisha Patil presented the latest research on new avenues to treat peripheral artery disease at the European Society for Microcirculation.
How a pain in your leg could be just as fatal as a pain in your chest
Assoc Prof Mary Kavurma is raising awareness of peripheral artery disease, which is now affecting more women than men and also has greater risk of amputation and cardiovascular mortality.
Dr Sergey Tumanov awarded grant by The Ian Potter Foundation for innovative Fluxomics Centre
HRI's Dr Sergey Tumanov has been awarded a prestigious grant by The Ian Potter Foundation to help establish Australia’s first Fluxomics Centre devoted to cardiovascular disease.
New strategy to prevent cardiovascular disease hidden in toxic waste product
Research shows bilirubin, formerly viewed as only a toxic waste product in the body, could decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease.
World first: risk of dementia linked to high cholesterol
HRI has made a world-first breakthrough discovery, linking high cholesterol with an increased risk of dementia for the first time.
Collaboration brings advances in therapeutic strategies for stiff heart failure
Dr Yen Chin Koay provides an update on spending six months investigating stiff heart failure in Prof Christopher Loughrey’s lab in Glasgow, Scotland.
Promising research pioneering heart failure treatment
Dr Yann Ng has won a 2023 CVRN-VCCRI Research Innovation Grant to further investigate stiff heart failure.
New diet study could change clinical care for pregnant women globally
An HRI study is investigating whether a Mediterranean diet for pregnant women can positively impact their babies’ heart development.
Self-screening for atrial fibrillation could reduce stroke
HRI has published a key paper about the AF Self-SMART study, which shows that atrial fibrillation self-screening stations in GP offices could potentially reduce stroke.