Associate Professor Jodie Ingles leads our Clinical Cardiac Genetics Laboratory. She was interviewed for a cardiovascular focused health feature in the Sydney Morning Herald.
A/Prof Ingles wants to better understand unexplained cardiac arrest in young people – to help solve the mystery of why people such as Esther (featured in the article) suffer from heart problems at such a young age.
And find out more about Jodie here.
Professor John Rasko AO has led a world-first clinical trial into engineered stem cell treatment use, treating 15 patients with steroid resistant acute graft-versus-host disease.
Centenary Institute research has discovered that the lack of an enzyme in the liver called sphingosine kinase 2 results in pronounced insulin resistance and glucose intolerance, both symptoms of early stage type 2 diabetes.
Research led by the Centenary Institute has shown that a healthy weight and coffee consumption may help lower the risk of high-risk drinkers developing alcohol-induced cirrhosis.