Dr Anna Waterhouse presents keynote lecture at inaugural Nature Conference
Dr Anna Waterhouse delivered the prestigious keynote lecture ‘Biomimicry in blood-contacting medical devices’, presenting the problem of thrombosis, fibrosis and microbe biofouling with blood-contacting medical devices, highlighting that relying on drugs to solve medical device problems results in increased risks of adverse events for patients.
Congratulations to PhD Student, Jessica Maclean
HRI’s PhD Student Jessica Maclean won Best Oral Presentation at the joint scientific meeting of the Australian Vascular Biology Society (AVBS), the Australia/New Zealand Microcirculation Society (ANZMS) and the Asia/Australia Vascular Biology Meeting (AAVBM).
HRI’s Manisha Patel wins Best Poster Award
Congratulations to HRI’s Research Assistant Manisha Patil for winning Best Poster Award by a post-graduate student at the 20th Scientific Meeting of the Australian & New Zealand Microcirculation Society (ANZMS).
HRI supports cutting-edge heart research
Heart Research Institute is helping to bring together world-leading scientists to solve some of the most pressing issues affecting the hearts of people around the world.
Esteemed HRI researcher wins Blackburn Medal
Heart Research Institute scientist David Celermajer has been awarded the inaugural Ruthven Blackburn Medal for his distinguished lifetime contribution to Clinical Research.
HRI’s stroke medication breakthrough is featured on Channel 9 News
HRI spoke to Channel 9 News Health Reporter Gabriella Rogers about how a breakthrough anti-clotting drug is poised to enter Phase 2 clinical trials to improve the quality of life for thousands of stroke sufferers.
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).
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.
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.