How to mend a broken heart

Associate Professor Mirana Ramialison and Dr Ekaterina Salimova

Dr Mirana Ramialison is the head of the Developmental Systems Biology laboratory, at the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute. Her research focuses on using bioinformatics to decipher the origin of congenital heart disease, which is crucial for its early diagnosis, and for the care of patients suffering from it.

Read more about her research in How to mend a broken heart.

Listen to Mirana and Research Fellow Dr Ekaterina Salimova’s stories as they share an insight into their research, what interested them to start a research career and their advice to young students who are interested in science and want to get a foot in the door.

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