Pictured: Michael DiRienzo CEO, Arshad Khan
Project Title: Prognostic benefits of left ventricular end diastolic pressure reduction during primary percutaneous coronary intervention for ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction
"Academic Interventional Cardiologist and world leading clinician researcher in the area of acute myocardial infarction"
Pictured: Michael DiRienzo CEO, Tracy Dudding-Byth
Project Title: The Face Diagnosis (FaceDx) Project: Using advanced computer vision technology to reduce time to diagnosis in children with syndromic intellectual disability
"Lead and inspire a growing, effective, harmonious team of researchers working together to make a difference in the lives of individuals with undiagnosed intellectual disability"
Pictured: Michael DiRienzo CEO, Nicole Nathan
Project Title: A randomized trial of an intervention to facilitate the implementation of a state-wide school physical activity policy
"Lead policy-relevant research that will inform how to most effectively deliver efficacious preventive health programs to our community"
Nursing & Midwifery
Pictured: Michael DiRienzo CEO, Ginger Chu, Elizabeth Grist
Clinical Nurse Consultant
Project Title: Sleep Apnoea in Haemodialysis
“To lead research that contributes significant new knowledge for patient management in chronic disease research and improve patient outcomes”
Pathology North Fellowship
Pictured: Michael DiRienzo CEO, Anoop Enjeti, Theo DeMalmanche
Project Title: Locoregional differences, biomarkers and novel therapy in Acute Myeloid Leukaemia
"Investigate barriers in treatment and develop oral, less toxic and targeted therapy for leukemia patients from regional areas"
Pictured: Michael DiRienzo CEO, Andrew Gardner
NHMRC Early Career Fellowship
Project Title: Establishing Evidence-Based Concussion Guidelines
"I'd like to be considered an innovator and world leading research clinician in the area of sports concussion"
Pictured: Michael DiRienzo CEO, Heidi Janssen
NSW Health Early-Mid Career Fellowship
Project Title: Service change to Support Lifestyle and Activity Modification after Transient Ischaemic Attack (S+SLAM-TIA)
"Be a clinical academic leading translation of evidence based interventions into practice within HNE LHD services to ensure clinical excellence in physical activity based stroke prevention and rehabilitation"
Pictured: Michael DiRienzo CEO, Luke Wolfenden
NHMRC Career Development Fellow
Project Title: Improving the impact of population health interventions through translation
"Work to ensure that the effcetiveenss of preventive health care services continuously improves and reaches all community members for whom they could benefit"