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Dr John O’Sullivan awarded prestigious grant

13th August, 2019

Originally from Ireland, Dr John O’Sullivan has been awarded a grant under the NSW Government’s transformative $150 million investment in cardiovascular research.

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HRI UK awards Acceleration Grants

30th July, 2019

The Heart Research Institute UK is pleased to announce the award of two inaugural Acceleration Grants to Dr Anna Waterhouse, leader of the Cardiovascular Medical Devices Group and to Dr John O’Sullivan, leader of the Cardiometabolic Disease Group.

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Meet the team: Gemma Little

26th July, 2019

Some of the best research comes from the sharing of ideas, skills and experiences. Between scientists, between facilities – and between countries.

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Celebrating 30 Years of Discovery

11th April, 2019

In March, HRI celebrated 30 years of groundbreaking research and new discoveries that have contributed to an improved understanding of cardiovascular disease.

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Help prevent limb amputation

17th December, 2019

Every three hours, one Australian has a limb amputated due to cardiovascular disease.

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Yunjia (Carmen) Zhang receives Best Poster Award

17th December, 2019

Ms Yunjia (Carmen) Zhang received the Best Poster Award for her research focusing on the effects of selenium on atherosclerosis development, at the annual meeting of the Society for Free Radical Research (Australia & Japan).

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Dr Renuka Shanmugalingam awarded at APCH2019

4th December, 2019

Dr Renuka Shanmugalingam was awarded the Student Prize at the 15th Asian-Pacific Congress of Hypertension 2019 for her work investigating the effects of aspirin on placental growth factor and the development of preeclampsia.

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Assoc Prof Simone Schoenwaelder awarded Brain Foundation Research Gift

3rd December, 2019

Assoc Prof Simone Schoenwaelder was awarded a Brain Foundation Research Gift for her work ‘Identification of New Approaches for the Treatment of Stroke’. These Gifts are awarded to applicants on the scientific quality and significance and/or innovation of their research.

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HRI’s Dr Marc Ellis awarded the RCPA Kanematsu Research Award 2019

11th November, 2019

HRI’s Dr Marc Ellis has received the RCPA Kanematsu Research Award 2019 to support his research into how platelets become activated by turbulent blood flow, and why this process is increased in diabetes.

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