ACOR is looking forward to a big year ahead!

The execution of the Australian Transcatheter Valves Therapy Registry (ATVT) Agreement with SAHMRI will see the TAVI Registry converge from a singular Registry into a four-valve Registry. This has been over a year in the making, and we are very excited to see the projects and opportunities that come from the creation of this new Registry, including new databases that incorporate the mitral, pulmonary and tricuspid heart valves.

Currently, there are 52 TAVI sites, with two more onboarding and 17,685 cases (as of 23/10/2023) entered into the Registry since commencement (April 2018).

ACOR continues to seek funding opportunities and looks forward to an exciting year ahead.

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Alana Carpenter, Project Officer for ACOR (above left) is about to have her first baby and will be on maternity leave from Friday, 23 February 2024. We wish Alana and her husband Scott well and look forward to seeing baby photos soon!

We are delighted to welcome Jessica Casley (above right), as the interim ACOR Project Officer.  Jessica comes from an administration background and has a Bachelor of Science (Physiology) from Monash University. Jessica previously worked at Cabrini Health and the University of Melbourne. She brings with her strong experience in project co-ordination and administrative support, as well as a passion for health and scientific research.