Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

We currently have several projects on offer to MPhil and PhD research students. The areas of interests are listed below.

1. Understanding the molecular basis of heart failure. This includes inherited forms cardiomyopathy that affects the muscles of the heart resulting in end stage heart failure.
2. Deciphering the underlying mechanisms of peripartium cardiomyopathy (PPCM). PPCM is a form of heart failure that specifically affects pregnant women.

Students interested in these areas of study will need to have some experience in bioinformatics analysis of RNAseq and proteomics datasets.

3. A study of population wide hypertension and its co-factors.
4. Population-based gene association study.

Students interested in these areas of study will need to have some experience in biostatistics and large data mining.

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20122022

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Research interests

Dr. Li has over a decade in training in the area of cardiovascular physiology and biophysics. Over the years, her work has focused on understanding the mechanisms of human cardiovascular health through the process of ageing and disease. Her strong interest in this area has led her to join the board of the Sydney Heart Bank that has provided researchers all over the world with access to human heart tissue to further the common goal of understanding chronic cardiovascular diseases.

Education/Academic qualification

Anatomy & Histology (Honours) , The University of Sydney

Science, Bachelor, The University of Sydney

Medicine, PhD, University of New South Wales

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