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Groundbreaking world-first trial offers new hope to stroke sufferers

17th July, 2021

HRI's top stroke experts are leading a world-first trial which could be a game-changer when it comes to debilitating strokes.

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Dr Jessica Maclean awarded THANZ grant

7th July, 2021

Dr Jessica Maclean has been awarded a THANZ Scientific & Education Trust Grant to further investigate novel antiplatelet strategies to enhance stroke treatment.

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Dr Ashish Misra awarded second Perpetual IMPACT grant

2nd July, 2021

Dr Ashish Misra was recently awarded his second Perpetual IMPACT grant. Dr Misra’s research focuses on improved understanding and potential treatment of atherosclerosis.

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When irregular heartbeat is something more: the WHF Roadmap on Atrial Fibrillation

27th May, 2021

HRI’s Professor Ben Freedman has co-chaired a significant update to the World Heart Federation Roadmap on Atrial Fibrillation.

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Dr Melissa Farnham awarded Kirby Foundation grant

25th May, 2021

Dr Melissa Farnham has been awarded a Kirby Foundation grant to research how obstructive sleep apnoea causes disease.

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Research to help prevent people dying of heart attack faces a funding shortfall

11th May, 2021

Researchers at HRI are appealing to the public to help fund research that could prevent thousands dying of heart attack each year.

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Bridging the valley of death

22nd March, 2021

Professor Shaun Jackson is calling on the Australian Government to establish a Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) clinical development fund to support the early clinical development of breakthrough medical devices and therapies.

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Nurturing the next generation of scientists

11th March, 2021

HRI welcomed Summer Scholars from both Australia and New Zealand to experience a research career at HRI for seven weeks.

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HRI reviews colchicine for cardiovascular disease

25th January, 2021

HRI scientists and collaborators have reviewed colchicine and its potential as a treatment for cardiovascular disease, in a paper published in Heart, Lung and Circulation.

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