Recently we have developed a model for looking at mitral valve repair. This model will assist us with the maintenance of heart function when we replace a mitral valve.
Bio-banking in health care has evolved over the last few decades from simple biological sample repositories to complex and dynamic units with multi-organisational infrastructure networks.
An Interview with Dr Mathew Doyle – Cardiothoracic registrar, Master of Philosophy candidate at the University of Wollongong and the recipient of a Baird Institute scholarship.
In 2017 at the age of 38, Alan Pope was referred to a cardiologist in Perth who advised that as he had an aneurysm of the aortic root, he would likely need an aortic root replacement.
This is another important investment in the team which supports the high-impact research conducted by our researchers. Our wonderful supporters have made this investment possible.
Modern cardiac surgery includes less invasive procedures. With a minimally invasive approach, heart valves can be repaired or replaced, and coronary artery bypass surgery can be performed.
Joining me in today’s episode is Professor Paul Bannon. Paul is an adult cardiothoracic surgeon of international standing with clinical
The event is the equivalent of swimming from the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Manly return, just over 60% of the English Channel (35km), while the running translation is 80km.
A big congratulations to one of our Scholarship recipients, Dr Kei Woldendorp, who has submitted the thesis for his MPhil