Dr Kiara Bruggeman is engineering groundbreaking stroke treatments

Sarah Lansdown
By Sarah Lansdown
Updated July 1 2021 - 3:08pm, first published January 4 2021 - 6:00pm
Dr Kiara Bruggeman works with nanotechnology to create an environment where stem cells can be encouraged to replace damaged cells after a stroke. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong

Dr Kiara Bruggeman wants to be like a virus. Not one that makes people sick, but one that spreads knowledge and enthusiasm for science everywhere.

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Sarah Lansdown

Sarah Lansdown

Canberra Times education reporter

Sarah covers all stages of education in the capital, from early childhood to higher education. Previously she was a general news reporter at The Advocate in North West Tasmania. She was named Best New Journalist at the 2019 Tasmanian Media Awards for a series on paramedic shortages. Email: sarah.lansdown@canberratimes.com.au

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