Heart disease research in the UK
Professor Willem Ouwehand, Professor of Experimental Haematology at the University of Cambridge and at the Sanger Institute speaks to Professor Ben Freedman, Deputy Director Research Strategy and Group Leader at HRI about the state of heart disease research in the UK and the potential for research collaborations.
Dr John O’Sullivan awarded prestigious grant
Originally from Ireland, Dr John O’Sullivan has been awarded a grant under the NSW Government’s transformative $150 million investment in cardiovascular research.
HRI UK awards Acceleration Grants
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.
Meet the team: Gemma Little
Some of the best research comes from the sharing of ideas, skills and experiences. Between scientists, between facilities – and between countries.
Celebrating 30 Years of Discovery
In March, HRI celebrated 30 years of groundbreaking research and new discoveries that have contributed to an improved understanding of cardiovascular disease.
Why our hearts fail
Scientists at HRI and The University of Sydney have made new heart failure discoveries in an innovative world-first project examining cryo-preserved human hearts.
World-leading researcher in atherosclerosis to join HRI
World-leading researcher in atherosclerosis, Dr Tessa Barrett, will lead a new research group at HRI, funded by a prestigious NSW Cardiovascular Elite Postdoctoral Researcher Grant from NSW Health and HRI’s Robert Edward Gough Fellowship.
Dr Anna Waterhouse speaks at Sydney Ideas
HRI’s Dr Anna Waterhouse joined Professor Paul Weiss from UCLA and Dr Shelley Wickham from The University of Sydney, Schools of Chemistry and Physics, to discuss nanoscience and taking health and medicine to the next level at a public lecture held by Sydney Ideas together with The University of Sydney Nano Institute.
Help prevent limb amputation
Every three hours, one Australian has a limb amputated due to cardiovascular disease.