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Cardiovascular and Renal Research

New funding supports innovative approach to diagnose heart failure

New funding supports innovative approach to diagnose heart failure

Kolling researcher and Royal North Shore Hospital cardiologist Dr Rebecca Kozor will lead a world-first study using MRI technology to improve the diagnosis of heart failure. The trial has been made possible following a $50,000 Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand-Boehringer Ingelheim innovation grant. Dr Kozor has welcomed the funding to quantify pulmonary congestion or lung wate..... Read more

Category: Cardiovascular and Renal Research, Funding support

Every week counts in the lead up to birth

Every week counts in the lead up to birth

The Kolling’s Women and Babies Research team is calling for a reduction in the number of early births, with the latest research highlighting the benefits of labour as close to 40 weeks as possible. Twenty years ago, the majority of women gave birth at 40 weeks. Today it’s between 38 and 39 weeks and continuing to get earlier. This trend is due to the growing number of planned early birth..... Read more

Category: Cardiovascular and Renal Research, Research Excellence

Kolling researchers to drive exciting new projects following funding success

Kolling researchers to drive exciting new projects following funding success

Professor Gemma Figtree has led a successful bid for a Cardiovascular Centre of Excellence, securing $2.5 million in funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council. (NHMRC) Around 20 national and international collaborators will be involved in the research, targeting the global heart disease epidemic through new diagnostic techniques and prevention strategies. Professor Fi..... Read more

Category: Cardiovascular and Renal Research, Funding support