Congratulations to Dr Joe Moxon who has received an Advance Queensland mid-career fellowship with funding of $300,000.
NHMRC Practitioner Fellowship awarded to Prof. Jon Golledge.
Leonie Jones, Senior Clinical Research Worker at QRCPVD takes part in the Greatest Shave.
Public support for the Australian Cardiovascular Alliance (ACvA)
Congratulations to both Jon Golledge and Joe Moxon on their successful grant awards.
Professor Jonathan Golledge and Dr Corey Moran have been awarded a NHMRC Project Grant in the latest funding round announced November 2015.
Smriti wins two prestigious travel awards.
Dr Susan Morton represents QRC-PVD at Reperio 2015
Mal Fernando wins Best presentation for the Allied Health Symposium at Townsville Hospital Research Week.
Dr Dylan Morris Clinical Research Associate receives Outstanding Alumni Award.
Mal Fernando wins Battle of the Colleges Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition.
Congratulations to Mal Fernando - PhD Candidate for Best Paper award.
Dylan presented our research work on the ANGIO Score at the QLD RACS State Meeting .
This event was a celebration of past achievements and also reflected upon the need for substantial further work to advance the management of peripheral vascular disease and identify new effective management approaches, therapies and diagnostics.
James Cook University scientists have been awarded more than $1.3 million to study a deadly condition that kills about 1000 Australians without warning every year.
AITHM October 2014 Newsletter profile of QRC-PVD research projects
Professor Jon Golledge has been awarded 2 NHMRC Project Grants in the latest NHMRC project grant funding round - Oct 2014
Science Network Western Australia, September 2014, Rebecca Graham
PhD student hits lofty heights at AWMA conference - 2 June 2014
Cholesterol: Good and Bad Paradigms - 1 March 2014
Atherosclerosis, (2013). Body mass index is inversely associated with mortality in patients with peripheral vascular disease. 229:549-55
QRC-PVD Researcher Profiles - November 2012
Media statements, Deputy Premier and Minister for Health, The Honourable Paul Lucas, 19 August 2010