The UNSW CVMM Theme hosted the annual Cardiovascular Symposium on 5 April 2022.
The CVMM Theme provides competitive grants for projects that identify and seek to address areas of unmet needs in improving cardiac, vascular and metabolic medicine outcomes in the communities we serve. Our grants also allow opportunities for emerging researchers to lead and develop smaller projects with the potential to feed into larger funding opportunities.
Future rounds will be announced when open.
2021 Networking Grants
- Dr R Arnold and Dr C Sandler; “Can digital cardiovascular initiatives be applied to Chronic Kidney Disease: A cohort of disproportionate cardiovascular risk?”
- Dr J Snaith; “A novel online tool to diagnose double diabetes using biomarkers: towards cardiovascular risk reduction by personalised adjunctive treatment of insulin resistance in type 1 diabetes”
2021 Big Ideas Grants
- A/Prof X Feng and Prof A Schutte; “Uptake and effectiveness of a UNSW Lifestyle Clinic exercise physiologist intervention for improving physical activity and reducing high blood pressure: A pilot randomised controlled trial”
- A/Prof A Henry and Prof A Patel; “DIVINE: Drug InterVention for prevention of type 2 diabEtes among women with recent prior gestational diabetes – a proposal for formative research”
- Dr L Lin and Prof M Parsons; “Clinical and imaging characterisation of stroke in First Nations, Pacific Islander, and other culturally and linguistically diverse Australian communities”
- Dr Yu and A/Prof B Gallego Luxan; “Cardiovascular Analytics and Innovation (CVAI) data repository: A big data resource for machine learning-enabled research and health systems quality improvement”