HRI members celebrated at AAS, ANZMS and AVBS Joint Meeting
Several members of the Heart Research Institute (HRI) have presented and been awarded at the special AAS, ANZS, AVBS Joint Meeting held in the Adelaide Hills.
Prof David Celermajer receives $400,000 funding from Vasudhara Foundation
The Heart Research Institute (HRI) has received a gift of $400,000 from the Vasudhara Foundation to support the work of esteemed cardiologist and researcher, Prof David Celermajer AO.
“It’s personal”: The young researcher examining new age blood thinners to prevent stroke
Cameron Trought thinks being rejected from medical school was the best thing that ever happened, as he now works alongside world-leading scientists in stroke research.
‘Discovery’ mass spectrometer system now live in HRI’s Fluxomics Centre
The cutting-edge liquid chromatography-mass spectrometer system in HRI's Fluxomics Centre will allow researchers to deeply analyse molecular changes in CVD over time.
Research assistant Michael Hutton publishes review on atherosclerosis research
In HRI’s Atherosclerosis and Vascular Remodelling Group, research assistant Michael Hutton and Dr Ashish Misra have published a review on new targets in the treatment of atherosclerosis.
Dr Xuyu Liu receives Selby Research Award
Dr Xuyu Liu has received a prestigious Selby Research Award for 2023 for his research which aims to develop next-generation precision medicine.
HRI members present at CSANZ Annual Scientific Meeting
HRI members presented at the 71st CSANZ Annual Scientific Meeting, with Manisha Patil a finalist for the Ralph Reader Prize in Basic and Translational Science.
New Director of Science Strategy, Dr Mathew Vadas AO, joins HRI
HRI welcomes Dr Mathew Vadas AO as Director of Science Strategy. Dr Vadas is an internationally renowned immunologist and research leader.
PhD student Alexander Lin publishes collaborative review on atherosclerosis research
The HRI Atherosclerosis and Vascular Remodelling Group has published a paper on how cardiovascular diseases are linked to clonal expansion in JACC: Basic to Translational Science.