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Prof. John Myburgh

The George Institute's different approach to critical care research has not only saved countless lives, but also been highly cost-effective, says intensive care specialist and researcher Professor John Myburgh AO.

Professor David Peiris

Thanks to the foresight of the Institute’s founders, researchers like Professor David Peiris can today draw on a vast global network to help overcome some of the toughest health challenges at home – and overseas.

Prof. Norbert Berend

One of The George Institute’s greatest global contributions to health care has been reducing the cost of treatments, according to Professor Norbert Berend.

Media release: 

SYDNEY, NOV 14, 2019 - Women are more likely to survive a stroke, but have worse disability and poorer quality of life afterwards compared to men, according to research published in the latest issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

Professor Vivekanand Jha

Professor Vivekanand Jha was originally attracted to working at the Institute by its novel approach to research and its global mandate. These days he finds himself working on tough health challenges closer to home.  

Professor Craig Anderson

Neurologist Professor Craig Anderson has played a key role in The George Institute's efforts to improve stroke treatment.

Helen Monaghan

Over the past two decades, researchers’ findings have improved millions of lives – but there are less well-known staff behind the scenes who play just as pivotal a role, like Helen Monaghan.

Professor Rebecca Ivers

Injury prevention research has always been part of The George Institute’s DNA.  Head of the School of Public Health and Community Medicine at UNSW Sydney, Professor Rebecca Ivers was a key figure in the program’s early development.

Professor Vlado Perkovic

For two decades, The George Institute has been at the forefront of global efforts to improve kidney disease treatment around the world, as Professor Vlado Perkovic explains.

Professor Bruce Neal

For two decades, The George Institute has searched for new ways to influence health decision makers so that lives can be improved around the world, says Executive Director of The George Institute, Australia, Professor Bruce Neal.