HRI announces stroke scientific breakthrough
The Heart Research Institute (HRI) is on the precipice of a significant research breakthrough for stroke treatment which has the potential to be life-changing for stroke survivors and their families, in Australia and around the world.
Ministerial Rising Star awarded to Dr Lining (Arnold) Ju
Congratulations to Dr Lining (Arnold) Ju, who was awarded the 2019 Ministerial Award for Rising Stars in Cardiovascular Research.
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 presents at ISTH 2019
HRI was strongly represented at the recent International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH) Congress.
HRI welcomes Dr Xuyu Liu
HRI is pleased to welcome Dr Xuyu (John) Liu as Unit Leader.
Heart screen could protect hundreds from stroke
Testing Māori and Pacific people for an irregular heartbeat earlier could spare hundreds of people from stroke each year, a University of Auckland study has found.
Mentoring the next generation of scientists
Recently, ten bright young researchers from New Zealand took part in a summer scholarship at the HRI to get hands-on experience in our world-class laboratory facilities and to be mentored by leaders in the cardiovascular disease research field. They share their experiences here.
HRI awarded $2.28m for life-saving clotting project by NHMRC
Important work to protect people with diabetes from heart disease has been awarded a $2.28m funding boost from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
NAB’s 2019 graduates raise funds for stroke research
In 2019 committee of NAB’s graduate intake in Sydney voted on the HRI as their charity of choice and put together an impressive program of activities including office fundraising, fielding a team in the City 2 Surf, fundraising at a table tennis competition, a health check drive for World Heart Day, and an evening event.