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CRGH Early Career Research Prize Awarded to Konstantin Horas

CRGH Early Career Research Prize Awarded to Konstantin Horas

October 1, 2014

On Monday 18th August, Dr Konstantin Horas from the ANZAC Research Institutes’s Bone Biology group presented with three other finalists and was awarded the Concord Repatriation General Hospital (CRGH) Early Career Research Prize for 2014. Congratulations Konstantin!   Dr Horas with other members of the...

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The ANZAC Research Institute is holding a “New Developments in Metabolic Phenotyping” mini symposium

September 12, 2014

The ANZAC Research Institute is holding a mini symposium in conjunction with Sable Systems International, entitled “New Developments in Metabolic Phenotyping” on 14 & 15 October, at the ANZAC Research Institute, Gate 3 Hospital Rd Concord. Mini Symposium Program Registration & Payment Form For further...

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Thesis Competition

Concord Clinical Week Holds its Annual 3 Minute Thesis Competition

August 27, 2014

12 bright, young PhD candidates presented their work at Concord Clinical Week 2014 in the Concord 3 Minute Thesis Competition. Congratulations to Dr Naseem Mirbagheri, who was the winner with her presentation entitled “Central Brain Responses of Sacral Nerve Stimulation in Patients with Faecal Incontinence.”...

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The ANZAC Research Institute is having its 13th Annual Symposium

July 20, 2014

On the subject of “Contemporary issues in Atherosclerosis, Thrombosis and Coronary disease” Friday, 29th August 2014 8.30am – 5.00pm Concord Medical Education Centre, Concord Hospital Keynote Speakers: Prof Eicke Latz Germany Prof Karlheinz Peter, Melbourne Prof Shaun Jackson, SydneyFor full program & registration contact Julie Taranto (02)...

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ANZAC goes green

The ANZAC Goes Green

March 31, 2014

At the ANZAC Research Institute, one of the most trafficked areas is a courtyard that divides the office building, animal unit and laboratories. Seeing an opportunity, some ANZAC staff came up with the idea or reimagining the space to create a community garden that everyone...

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New Biennial Report

New Biennial Report available

March 20, 2014

Annual Reports The Annual Reports of the ANZAC Research Institute provide a wealth of information on the research programs of our individual laborites and, details about our ongoing epidemiology studies. They also contain details of staff and students, particulars of research grant and, a listing...

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Testosterone for the Prevention of Diabetes Mellitus Trial seeks male participants

March 14, 2014

Can testosterone shots prevent diabetes in men? Photos: Channel 9 filming a news item on the research at the ANZAC Research Institute. University of Sydney researchers are seeking male participants for a novel trial assessing whether regular testosterone shots can prevent type 2 diabetes in...

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ANZAC Research Institute hosts it's 12th Annual Symposium

The ANZAC Research Institute hosts it’s 12th Annual Symposium

September 10, 2013

The ANZAC Research Institute hosts it’s 12th Annual Symposium. Photos: Presenters and participants at the symposium. On Friday 6th September 2013, the ANZAC Research Institute hosted it’s 12th Annual Symposium on the topic of “Frontiers in Bone Biology and Osteoporosis Research”. The Keynote speakers were:...

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Translational research into osteoporosis wins NSW health award

Translational research into osteoporosis wins NSW health award

January 2, 2013

Translational research into osteoporosis wins NSW health award. Professor Markus Seibel, Dr Kirtan Ganda and Dr Anna Lih have won the prestigious 2012 NSW Health Award for their ongoing translational research into cost effective ways of treating steoporosis patients. Markus Seibel, Kirtan Ganda and Susan...

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Atherosclerosis laboratory moves to ANZAC Research Institute

December 28, 2012

Photo: Courtesy Julie Taranto The ANZAC Research Institute has achieved a significant expansion with the establishment at Concord of the Atherosclerosis Research Laboratory, previously at the Centre for Vascular Research at the University of NSW. The Atherosclerosis group, together with the existing Vascular Biology group....

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