St-Boniface Hospital Research encompasses 3 free-standing medical research facilities – the G. Campbell MacLean Building, the Dr. Andrei Sakharov MRI Centre, and the I.H. Asper Clinical Research Institute – all built with funds raised in the community and operated with a combination of peer reviewed research grants, industry contract, fund raising, and through affiliation with the University of Manitoba.

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Generously supported by the St-Boniface Hospital Foundation , the Centre has gained a world-wide reputation for excellence in medical research.

Additionally, the Institute has a close partnership with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority’s Cardiac Sciences Program , which includes Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery, Cardiac Anesthesia, Cardiac Critical Care and Cardiac Rehabilitation, the majority of which is based at St-Boniface Hospital – further evidence of our commitment to translate discoveries into advanced technologies and new treatments.

12/9/14 - New finding could “knock out” heart-damaging side effect of cancer treatment

The drug Doxorubicin (DOX) may be an effective anticancer treatment, but like other anthracyclines itMore…

11/27/14 - Czubryt on Breakfast TV

Set your PVRs… Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences Principal Investigator Michael Czubryt (Molecular Pathophysiology) and traineeMore…

11/26/14 - Manitoba students meet Nobel laureate

Nobel laureate Dr. Ferid Murad spent the morning with over 200 students (grades 7 toMore…

11/26/14 - Albensi on Adler

  Tune in Thursday, November 27 at 11:00 am to Winnipeg’s CJOB 680. The CharlesMore…

11/25/14 - 16th Annual ICS Awards/Scientific Symposium

International members of the world’s cardiovascular research community and some young members from Winnipeg wereMore…

11/14/14 - Research Spinoff Monteris Announces $30 Million Equity Financing

PLYMOUTH, Minn. November 13, 2014 — Monteris Medical Corporation (Monteris), a pioneer developer of minimallyMore…

11/13/14 - Academy Honoured for Outstanding Contribution to the Community

Winnipeg, MB (November 13, 2014) — The RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg and the City ofMore…

11/12/14 - Student Leadership in Biomedical Science

The Youth BIOlab completed 5 days of intensive workshops with grade 11 and 12 studentsMore…

11/12/14 - Discovery Days at SBRC

On Friday, November 6, over 250 high school students from across the province convened atMore…

11/5/14 - Students visit St-Boniface Hospital Research for “Take Our Kids to Work”

“Take Our Kids to Work” is a day set aside for Grade 9 students toMore…

MNN 2014/2015 Seminar Series

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275 Days. An evening with Reymond Pagé

Local artist/photographer Reymond Pagé took his family on a 275-day holiday, covering 33,000 miles andMore…

Art & Science Craft Show 2013

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Manitoba Neuroscience Network 4th Annual Meeting

Register Now | WCSN Membership Renewal | Abstract Submission | Contact Us | MNN2013 ConferenceMore…

Public Forum: Women’s Heart Health and Disease

The Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences presents internationally recognized epidemiologist Dr. Elizabeth Barrett-Connor, who will presentMore…

International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences presents 2012 Harold Buchwald Heart Health Luncheon

The International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences presents the Harold Buchwald Heart Health Luncheon on Sept.More…

IACS Heart Health Luncheon

The International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences presents the annual Harold Buchwald Heart Health Luncheon onMore…

Manitoba’s Top Biotech Whiz Kids Square Off in Competition at St-Boniface

National research competition inspires Canadian youth to pursue future studies, careers in Canada’s $86 billionMore…

Brain Awareness Week 2012 – Dr. Adrian Owen, CERC in Cognitive Neuroscience & Imaging

Event Date: 03/16/2012

Dr. Adrian Owen Canada Excellence Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience and Imaging Western University  More…

07/21/14 - Effects of saskatoon berry powder on monocyte adhesion to vascular wall of leptin receptor-deficient diabetic mice.

Authors: Zhao, R., Le, K., Li, W., Ren, S., Moghadasian, M. H., Beta, T., &More…

07/21/14 - Use of a qualitative methodological scaffolding process to design robust interprofessional studies.

Authors: Wener, P., & Woodgate, R. L. Abstract: Increasingly, researchers are using qualitative methodology toMore…

07/21/14 - Evaluation of an algorithmic approach in comparison with the illumigene assay for laboratory diagnosis of clostridium difficile infection.

Authors: Walkty, A., Lagacé-Wiens, P. R. S., Manickam, K., Adam, H., Pieroni, P., Hoban, D.,More…

07/21/14 - High molecular weight fibroblast growth factor-2 in the human heart is a potential target for prevention of cardiac remodeling.

Authors: Santiago, J. -., McNaughton, L. J., Koleini, N., Ma, X., Bestvater, B., Nickel, B.More…

07/21/14 - Supporting collaborative use of the diabetes population risk tool (DPoRT) in health-related practice: A multiple case study research protocol.

Authors: Rosella, L., Peirson, L., Bornbaum, C., Kotnowski, K., Lebenbaum, M., Fransoo, R., . .More…

07/21/14 - Multimodality imaging of a cardiac pheochromocytoma.

Authors: Liu, S., Horne, D., Freed, D. H., Sookhoo, S., Strzelczyk, J., Ravandi, A., &More…

07/21/14 - Patient tobacco use in optometric practice: A canada-wide study.

Authors: Kennedy, R. D., Spafford, M. M., Douglas, O., Brule, J., Hammond, D., Fong, G.More…

07/21/14 - Cardiovascular remodeling during long-term nocturnal home hemodialysis.

Authors: Friesen, T., Jassal, D. S., Zhu, M., Eng, F., Rigatto, C., Tangri, N., .More…

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08/22/14 - Research Associate Position Available

A Research Associate position is available at the College of Nursing, exploring healthcare experiences ofMore…


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