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NHMRC - Project Grant

Telmisartan in the management of abDominal aortic aneurYsm (TEDY)

Indicative Funding
$1,105,894 over 5 years
Summary
Approximately 5% of men and 1% of women aged over 60 years develop weakening of the main abdominal artery. Currently the management of artery weakening is focused on surgery with no effective medications available. In this trial we will examine the value of a promising drug therapy. If proved effective this medication could reduce the requirement for surgery by controlling artery weakening at an early stage in its development.
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Jonathan Golledge, Paul Norman, Phillip Walker, Anna Ahimastos, Ronald Dalman, Robert Fitridge, Andrew Tonkin, Christopher Reid, Reinhold Muller, Frank Quigley, Graeme Hankey, Bernard Bourke, Anthony Dear and Bronwyn Kingwell (College of Medicine & Dentistry, The University of Western Australia, The University of Queensland, Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute, Stanford University, University of Adelaide, Monash University, College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences and Gosford Hospital)
Keywords
Abdominal aortic aneurysm; Pathogenesis; thrapy; Patient management; Peripheral vascular disease; Cardiovascular Diseases

NHMRC - Project Grant

Interaction between parathyroid hormone, sclerostin and the wingless pathway in abdominal aortic aneurysm

Indicative Funding
$698,300 over 5 years
Summary
Approximately 5% of men and 1% of women aged over 60 years develop weakening of the main abdominal artery. Currently the management of artery weakening is focused on surgery with no effective medications available. In this study we will assess the role of a novel pathway in artery weakening. Improved understanding of the mechanisms causing artery degeneration is crucial to target the development of better ways to treat this common problem.
Investigators
Jonathan Golledge, Paul Norman, Catherine Rush, Phillip Walker, Craig Jeffrey, Reinhold Muller, Anthony Dear, Timothy Buckenham and Gabby Loots (College of Medicine & Dentistry, The University of Western Australia, College of Public Health, Medical & Vet Sciences, The University of Queensland, Monash University, Christchurch Hospital and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Keywords
Abdominal aortic aneurysm; Pathogenesis; Therapy; Patient management; Peripheral vascular disease; Cardiovascular Diseases
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  • Integrating Medical Circumcision into Revived Male Initiatin Ceremonies in Yangoru-Sausia, Papua New Guinea: Is it Acceptable and Feasible? (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
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