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20 Jul 2017

Nigel Lever - Study on ovine models for lead extraction

Nigel was awarded $50,000 to conduct a study on ovine models for lead extraction. Read more

20 Jul 2017

Malcolm Legget - Multi Ethnic New Zealand Study of Acute Coronary Syndromes (MENZACS)

Malcolm was awarded $49,104 to conduct a Multi Ethnic New Zealand Study of Acute Coronary Syndromes (MENZACS). Read more

22 Mar 2017

New administrator for Green Lane Research & Educational Fund!!

We would like to introduce Sarah O’Connell as the new Administrator for Green Lane Research & Educational Fund. Sarah has been working alongside Jan since early February to ensure a smooth handover. Read more

22 Mar 2017

Farewell to Jan Ruygrok

On the 20 March we sadly said farewell to our Administrator for the Green Lane Research & Educational Fund, Jan Ruygrok. Read more

22 Mar 2017

Margaret Wilsher

Margaret was awarded $20,000 to develop functional MRI capabilities at the Centre for Advance MRI (CAMRI) to measure regional lung function. Read more

22 Mar 2017

Tom Gentles

Tom was awarded $20,000 to build a unique population-based registry from New Zealand’s only paediatric and congenital cardiac surgical programme. Read more

24 Oct 2016

Eileen Gilder

The 2016 PhD Scholarship, valued at $105,000 over 3 years, has been awarded to Eileen Gilder, a research nurse based in CVICU. Read more

26 Sep 2016

Rachael Parke

Rachael is a previous recipient of the GLREF PhD Scholarship who successfully completed her thesis which was awarded in 2014. Read more

29 Jul 2016

Tom Gentles and John Kolbe

Tom was awarded $19,992 to enable the introduction of pulse oximetry screening in a rural setting as part of a study investigating the feasibility of introducing a nationwide screening programme.
John was awarded $20,000 for his project ‘Lung Clearance Index: Validating measures of airway dysfunction.’ Read more

29 Jul 2016

Kathryn Waddell-Smith

Kathryn is a Fellow in Cardiac Inherited Diseases working in PCCS, Starship. She received funding of $20,000 to explore reasons behind beta-blocker adherence, or lack thereof, amongst patients with familial long QT syndrome types 1 and 2. Read more

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