SMH article – featuring A/Prof Jodie Ingles

14/10/2019

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.

Read the Sydney Morning Herald feature here to find out more about Esther and the devastating impacts of heart disease.

And find out more about Jodie here.

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