Professor Carolyn Sue AM, Kolling Institute Executive Director talks about the implementation of a new research strategy and vision for the next five years

By February 24, 2021 No Comments

“Our job as researchers is to embrace innovation and translate it back into healthcare and find new medical solutions for our patients” – Professor Carolyn Sue AM

For our Kolling Institute, 2020 marked it’s 100-year anniversary – making it New South Wales’ oldest medical research institute. In order to achieve such a feat, the Kolling Institute has had to be agile and adapt to changing circumstances over the years – and none more so than last year.

In our latest NORTH Foundation Podcast, Professor Carolyn Sue AM, Executive Director of the Kolling Institute, sits with our CEO Gilbert Lorquet to discuss the Institute’s exciting new research strategy that accumulates the Kolling’s 100 years of bridging medical research and health. This is a podcast you do not want to miss. Listen here or listen via Spotify, iHeart radio and Apple podcasts by searching for NORTH Foundation.

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The NORTH Foundation is the official fundraising and engagement partner for the Northern Sydney Local Health District including Royal North Shore, Ryde and Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospitals as well as the Kolling Institute.

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