Growing human heart tissue in the lab

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. Given the heart’s limited regenerative capacity, diseases that result in the death of cardiac muscle cells – such as heart attack – can produce devastating malfunction.

Enter UQ School of Biomedical Sciences researcher Dr James Hudson, whose research is focused on unravelling the molecular mechanisms that drive cardiac regeneration and development.

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