Studying heart development one cell at a time

Dr Nathan Palpant and Enakshi Sinniah

Dr Nathan Palpant at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience at the University of Queensland is trying to understand how the heart develops, at an individual cell level, to better explore drugs that might treat the injured heart following a heart attack.

Read more about their research in Studying heart development one cell at a time.

Listen to Nathan and PhD student Enakshi Sinniah as they share an insight into the research, the resolution at which they are studying the heart and how key collaborations, building strong networks and interdisciplinary teams are the key to research success.

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