New diet study could change clinical care for pregnant women globally
An HRI study is investigating whether a Mediterranean diet for pregnant women can positively impact their babies’ heart development.
Self-screening for atrial fibrillation could reduce stroke
HRI has published a key paper about the AF Self-SMART study, which shows that atrial fibrillation self-screening stations in GP offices could potentially reduce stroke.
Training your heart: World-first study on role of exercise for congenital heart disease
HRI researchers are working to determine whether regular exercise could be the key to improving the life expectancy of congenital heart disease patients.
Celebrating the career of Prof Roland Stocker
HRI sends Prof Roland Stocker the warmest well wishes for his retirement and sincere gratitude for his immense contributions to science, in particular cardiovascular disease research.
A meeting of minds at the Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium
HRI and Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute jointly hosted the 2022 Sydney Cardiovascular Symposium, with the theme “Genomics, Diversity and Equity”, focused on Indigenous Australians and closing the gap in cardiovascular health.
Research recommendations to prevent limb amputation
HRI reviews the research and provides insights into where future efforts could be made to prevent limb amputation associated with peripheral artery disease.
Commercialisation Director joins HRI to help create impactful discoveries and treatments
Anna Grocholsky, Director of Commercialisation at HRI, works to identify and develop scientific discoveries at HRI that have commercial potential.
Heart rhythm clues in regular pulse check could stop stroke
Research suggests that people who regularly check their pulse could have a higher chance of preventing stroke and dementia, by capturing their heart rhythm.
HRI’s Prof Andrew Coats named as The Australian’s top cardiology researcher
HRI's Interim Scientific Director Prof Andrew Coats AO has been recognised as Australia’s top researcher in cardiology.