Ms Larkin is Director and owner of Annette Larkin Fine Art which she established in 2006. Her experience in the Australian art business has included working at Macquarie Galleries, Newcastle Art Gallery, Art Gallery of New South Wales and Christie’s Australia. With a BA from Sydney University and a Masters from UNSW, Annette brings over three decades of specialist experience in the Australian and the international art markets. Currently Larkin manages major corporate collections, works closely with private collectors and museums of significant Australian and International art, and is highly respected as a valuer of many areas of collecting.
Centenary Institute heart research features in the Sydney Morning Herald￼The Sydney Morning Herald has reported study findings from the Centenary Institute that found that concealed cardiomyopathy – heart muscle disease that can cause fatal heart rhythms – is an important cause of sudden cardiac death where no cause is found from autopsy.Date
Cardiovascular Initiative acknowledges Professor Semsarian AM￼Professor Christopher Semsarian AM, Head of the Centenary Institute’s Agnes Ginges Centre for Molecular Cardiology has been recognised by the University of Sydney’s Cardiovascular Initiative (CVI) and been presented with an award for ‘Most Collaborative Cardiovascular Researcher’.Date
Increased genetic testing required to identify concealed cardiomyopathy￼Researchers from the Centenary Institute have found that concealed cardiomyopathy is an important cause of sudden cardiac death where no cause is found from autopsy – and that genetic testing can help identify cases of concealed cardiomyopathy which provides a cause of death and also helps guide care of surviving relatives.Date