Fixing hearts by finding out what makes them tick

Associate Professor Enzo Porrello

Associate Professor Enzo Porrello is a stem cell scientist at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and University of Melbourne. He is investigating using bioengineered heart tissue, derived from stem cells, as a potential therapy to correct heart defects in children. Enzo has made several contributions to field of heart developmental and regenerative biology over the past 10 years.

Read more about Enzo's research in Fixing hearts by finding out what makes them tick.

Listen to Enzo share an insight into his research and how the power of partnership in science can lead to new discoveries and new fields of research.

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