The Centenary Institute has welcomed generous new support from the Heart Foundation, via its latest round of research funding and grants.
The Heart Foundation yesterday announced more than 70 awards with a total value of $14.2 million to support some of Australia’s best and brightest heart researchers.
The Centenary Institute’s Molecular Cardiology Program was strongly represented amongst the successful recipients.
We proudly congratulate the following Centenary researchers:
• Dr Belinda Gray, Collaboration & Exchange Award recipient
• Dr Jodie Ingles, Future Research Fellowship and Vangard Grant recipient
• Dr Caroline Medi, Vangard Grant recipient
• Professor Chris Semsarian, Vangard Grant recipient
Centenary Institute Executive Director, Professor Mathew Vadas AO, said this support will be a great boost to Centenary’s genetic heart research.
“The Centenary Institute is a world leader in genetic heart research and sudden cardiac death in young people,” Professor Vadas said.
“Our Molecular Cardiology Program is made up of a sensational team of researchers at the top of their field. This support from the Heart Foundation is a wonderful endorsement of their life saving research.”
The Heart Foundation is the largest non-government funder of heart disease research in Australia. The Centenary Institute welcomes their generous and ongoing support of our genetic heart research.
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