2017 Australia-Harvard Fellow Prof. Bruce Furie at the Centenary Institute

2017 Australia-Harvard Fellow Prof. Bruce Furie at the Centenary Institute

Prof. Bruce Furie, one of the 2017 Australia-Harvard Fellows, spoke at the Centenary Institute in Sydney about his research into how certain enzymes are likely to promote the formation of blood clots that lead to heart attacks.  

After the lecture, Prof. Furie, who serves as Chief of Hemostasis-Thrombosis at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, was presented with his fellowship citation by Dr. Galina Kaseko, the A-H Fellowship Program Director.

Prof. Furie and Dr. Kaseko were joined by Prof. Philip Hogg, his collaborator at the Centenary Institute, and Prof Mathew Vadas, AO FAHMS , Executive Director of the Centenary Institute and Chair of the Australia-Harvard Fellowship program.

Prof. Furie with Prof. Philip Hogg, his collaborator at the Centenary Institute, and Prof Mathew Vadas, AO FAHMS , Executive Director of the Centenary Institute and Chair of the Australia-Harvard Fellowship program.  

Prof. Furie with Prof. Philip Hogg, his collaborator at the Centenary Institute, and Prof Mathew Vadas, AO FAHMS , Executive Director of the Centenary Institute and Chair of the Australia-Harvard Fellowship program.