Heart Research Institute
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Established in 1989 through a joint initiative of the National Heart Foundation of Australia, the cardiologists of Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, the Government of Australia, and Government of New South Wales, the Institute has become a world-class research and research training facility, in particular in investigating the disease atherosclerosis.
In September 2009, the Institute relocated from its Camperdown, New South Wales site to its present site in Newtown, New South Wales. The Institute was opened by Quentin Bryce AC, the Governor-General of Australia.
Location and facilities
The HRI has state-of-the-art research laboratories and support facilities.
- Prof. Annemarie Hennessy
- Prof. David S. Celermajer
- Prof. Des R. Richardson
- Prof. Kerry-Anne Rye
- Prof. Roland Stocker
- Dr. Stephen J. Nicholls
- "Our History". Heart Research Institute.
- "Professor Philip Barter Honoured for Outstanding Contribution to Cholesterol Research". Heart Research Institute. 19 July 2011.
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- Swan, Norman (16 June 1997). "Discovery of a Natural Antioxidant". The Health Report. Australian Broadcasting Corporation.