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“THE BEST SURGEON WILL EVENTUALLY BE A ROBOT”

“THE BEST SURGEON WILL EVENTUALLY BE A ROBOT”

Professor Michael Wilson of The Baird Institute, recently spoke to Matt Peacock of the ABC's 7.30 Report. The revolution in robotics and artificial intelligence has made its way into surgery. Patients needing coronary artery bypasses would normally require open heart...

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COCKTAILS AND CONVERSATION

THE BAIRD INSTITUTE'S ANNUAL 'COCKTAILS & CONVERSATION' WAS HELD ON DECEMBER 7, 2016 AT THE WOOLLOOMOOLOO BAY HOTEL, SYDNEY. For more details from the evening, including photos, please view the follow-up news item here: A YEAR OF ACHIEVEMENTS...

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BLACKMORE’S SYDNEY RUNNING FESTIVAL 2016

BLACKMORE'S BRIDGE RUN - PART OF THE SYDNEY RUNNING FESTIVAL 2016 Our regular readers may remember when we wrote some years ago about Steve Suttor and his amazing determination to walk the Kokoda Track in PNG for The Baird Institute. Steve achieved his goal back in...

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MORNING TEA AT VAUCLUSE HOUSE

OVER 80 OF OUR GENEROUS DONORS JOINED PROFESSOR PAUL BANNON AND THE BAIRD INSTITUTE TEAM FOR MORNING TEA AT VAUCLUSE HOUSE.   Our Donor Morning Tea was held at Vaucluse House Tea Rooms on Thursday, 12 May 2016.  Over 80 guests attended - most of whom have...

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INAUGURAL CARDIAC NURSES EDUCATION CONFERENCE

INAUGURAL CARDIAC NURSES EDUCATION CONFERENCE The Baird Institute’s first Cardiac Nurses Education Day focused upon the surgical care of patients requiring cardiac intervention with four rotating workshops to enable small group learning in conjunction with...

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THE BAIRD INSTITUTE AND INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES

THE BAIRD INSTITUTE AND INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is an overarching term used to describe a group of diseases that affect both the heart and blood vessels. The most common forms affecting Australians is coronary artery disease (which includes...

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LAUNCH OF THE KENYAN FELLOWSHIP

The Kenyan Cardiothoracic Surgical Trainee Fellowship was launched at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Reunion Week, 2-4 September 2015.hin Nairobi and Kenya. The fellowship aims to raise funds for an ongoing rolling fellowship to support a 2 year registrar placement...

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THE JAMES WADLAND NIGHT OF HEARTS 2015

THE JAMES WADLAND NIGHT OF HEARTS 2015 This event is dedicated to honouring the memory of the late James William Howard Wadland who passed away suddenly on 13th August, 2013 of an Aortic Aneurysm. James was a larger than life ‘Gentle Giant’ loved by all. A phenomenal...

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DR MICHAEL BYROM GRADUATES WITH PHD

Congratulations to Baird Institute researcher & cardiothoracic surgeon Dr Michael Byrom who recently graduated with his PhD at the University of Sydney. Dr Byrom’s research focused on developing biocompatible artificial conduits that could be used for vascular bypass grafting.

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NEW BAIRD INSTITUTE WEBSITE

Welcome to the new Baird Institute website. The site has a fresh, modern look that works great on tablets & phones. There’s new information about our research teams, our publications, info for medical students and doctors wanting to start research, and it’s easier to get involved.

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The James Wadland Night of Hearts 2014

This event is dedicated to honouring the memory of the late James William Howard Wadland who passed away suddenly on 13th August, 2013 of an Aortic Aneurysm. James was a larger than life ‘Gentle Giant’ loved by all. A phenomenal man who achieved great success with anything he put his mind to.

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Newsletter March 2013

Below is a link to the March 2013 edition of the Baird Institute newsletter, Future Focus. This issue contains updates on the progress of our research teams, and a feature article on Dr James Edelman's OPCABG project. Download...

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