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Bringing world-class research to the bedside.

RBC Youth BIOlab Jeunesse RBC Logo CL-02

The RBC Youth BIOlab is a space for students and teachers to explore and experience real biomedical science in a world-class research centre.

St. Boniface Hospital Honours Winnipeg Philanthropist Paul Albrechtsen

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Clinical Trials

Active, Future, and Completed Studies

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Dr. Grant Pierce


Executive Director of Research

Professor of Physiology and Pharmacy
University of Manitoba

Office of Clinical Research

A unique clinical research support service offered by St. Boniface Hospital in a collaborate partnership with the University of Manitoba.

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Research Manitoba Awards announced

Niketa Sareen and Glen Lester Sequiera Congratulations to the following students/postdocs from the Dhingra Lab (Cardiac Regeneration and Tissue Engineering Laboratory, Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences ) who were successful in receiving Research Manitoba Fellowship...

Ivan Berkowitz MBA

The Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences’ good friend and colleague, Ivan Berkowitz, passed away on Thursday, June 15, 2017. In his capacity as Editor of CV Network and Heart Health Scholar of the Academy for more than 15 years, Ivan played a critical role in the...

RBC Youth BIOlab reaches 50K milestone

Not only did St. Boniface Hospital Research’s RBC Youth BIOlab break attendance records with more than 4800 through the BIOlab, and another 1500 in schools – this year saw the program reach a significant milestone for outreach at St. Boniface Hospital Research....

Canada’s business leaders visit Centre

Participants in the Governor General’s Canadian Leadership Conference toured the St. Boniface Hospital Albrechtsen Research Centre this morning. The tour was hosted by Dr. Bram Ramjiawan, Director of Research, Asper Clinical Research Institute and Director of Research...

Canadian Student Health Research Forum awards

Congratulations to Cara Isaak, Aleksandra Stamenkovic, Danielle Lee, and Victoriya Mozolevska, who picked up awards at the Canadian Student Health Research Forum held June 6-9, 2017 at the University of Manitoba. Cara Isaak was awarded the Cardiovascular Biology Award...

Hack wins Brain Tumour Foundation CAPO Award

Thomas F Hack, PhD, Director, Psychosocial Oncology & Cancer Nursing Research, I.H. Asper Clinical Research Institute, recently received the Award for Excellence in Psychosocial Oncology, presented annually by the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. Dr. Hack is...

Protecting hearts – Berry compound shows remarkable promise

Eating blackberries and black elderberries might protect your heart and prevent high blood pressure. That’s what Drs. Jeffrey Wigle and Thomas Netticadan of St. Boniface Hospital are trying to prove.

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