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Alumni Webinar: 2021 Research Funding Portfolio Announcement
The Heart Foundation Research Program will announce the 2021 funding opportunities and timelines exclusive first to our alumni members. Join us in this webinar where you will have the first preview of our new funding portfolio, meet our Research Program team members, learn about new developments of the Research portal, and hear from our Peer Review Committee member, Associate Professor Dion Stub who will share his experience being involved in the committee and top 5 tips for researchers when preparing their applications.

You will have the opportunity to ask questions during this webinar. If you would like a specific topic discussed please feel welcome to send them to alumni@heartfoundation.org.au

If you are are a current or previously funded researcher, please sign up to the Heart Foundation Alumni Program to participate in exclusive alumni activities: www.heartfoundation.org.au/research/alumni-program

Nov 5, 2020 12:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Associate Professor Dion Stub
@Monash University
Associate Professor Dion Stub is an Associate Professor with Monash University and Baker Heart and Diabetes institute. Dion is a Heart Foundation Alumni with a current Future Leader Fellowship and Vanguard Grant focusing his research on Improving outcomes following cardiac arrest and pain relief during heart attack. Associate Professor Dion Stub has been an active Heart Foundation Peer Review Committee member for the past 4 year. Dion has particular interest in treating the cardiac emergencies of myocardial infarction and cardiac arrest, and was awarded his PhD in 2013 developing Australia’s first treatment pathway for patients with refractory cardiac arrest, through combined research at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute and The Alfred Hospital. Dion has published extensively and delivered multiple presentations in both cardiac emergencies and structural heart intervention, and has been internationally recognised for his research.