Inaugural Cardiology Annual Research Report

Thursday October 24th

It is with great pleasure that we share the inaugural Cardiology Annual Research Report.

GenesisCare cardiologists have been conducting research for over 20 years and Cardiology Research, our national research network, has been operational for three years. We now have over 80 clinical investigators, 30 dedicated research staff and 8 research sites, making us the leading cardiology research network across Australia.

We would like to acknowledge the efforts of our Australian team – our cardiologists and our research staff, who work every day to improve our patients’ health outcomes. We trust you will enjoy the inaugural research report and the highlights demonstrated by our research network.

 

Professor Stephen G. Worthley
MBBS, PhD, FRACP, FACC, FCSANZ, FRCP
Executive Manager – Cardiology & Sleep
GenesisCare


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