Support Dr. Vivien Chen & the ANZAC Research Institute’s life-saving research on Covid vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia (TTS)

We congratulate our own Dr. Vivien Chen – Laboratory Leader for the ANZAC Research Institute’s Platelet, Thrombosis and Cancer Research Laboratory, Associate Professor at the University of Sydney and Specialist at Concord Hospital – for the life-saving work she has done to quickly establish diagnostic and treatment protocols for Covid vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia (TTS). Swift voluntary action has led to amazing results and hundreds of Australian lives saved.

Dr. Chen pivoted her research to develop one of the diagnostic tests for TTS/VITT which was ready for use as the first suspected patients presented. Her ongoing research into improved diagnostics and novel therapeutics for TTS aim to deliver improved outcomes in TTS and other related clotting disorders. We would love your support for Dr. Chen’s work in managing the effects of thrombosis resulting from Covid vaccines and other imperative research projects.

Your support of Dr. Chen and her team is possible by easily donating directly here:


More information about Dr. Chen’s work:

Platelets, Thrombosis and Cancer

Recent Media Articles about Dr. Chen’s work:

Guardian Australia“‘Just in time’: how Australian doctors drastically reduced deaths from vaccine-linked blood clots”

Guardian Australia Podcast“How Australian doctors reduced vaccine-linked blood clot deaths”

Sydney Morning Herald“Here’s what we know about AstraZeneca and that rare blood clotting disorder”

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Dr. Chen’s work has helped even more people be vaccinated for COVID-19. All vaccines help prevent serious illness from COVID-19; and in particular they help prevent hospitalisation and death. Vaccination assists in protecting both individuals and also the wider community by reducing the spread of COVID-19.