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Bringing world-class research to the bedside.

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

Clinical Trials

Active, Future, and Completed Studies

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Dr. Grant Pierce

FACC, FAHA, FAPS, FIACS, FISHR, FCAHS

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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CCARM “bean art” on display at Kesay

It may be the largest art installation of its kind, or at least the most unusual;  six 4’ x 4’ artworks, each representing aspects of Manitoba’s agricultural past, present and future, from Ox and plow to a spectacular rendering of the St. Boniface Hospital Albrectsen...

BMO Scholarships announced

Congratulations to Dr. Navid Koleni [Left] and Ms. Chantal Asselin (Msc) candidate [Right] on being awarded $17,000 BMO Scholarships, for research excellence reflected by the students’ academic record, publications and research ability. The St. Boniface Hospital...

Dhingra receives Young Investigator Award

Congratulations to Dr. Sanjiv Dhingra, Principal Investigator, Cardiac Regeneration and Tissue Engineering Laboratory, Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, on recently receiving the Young Investigator Award – Basic Science from the Canadian Cardiovascular Society....

Kehler to receive student achievement award

Congratulations to Scott Kehler (Duhamel Laboratory), who has been selected as a recipient of the Dean of Graduate Studies Student Achievement Award, from the University of Manitoba Faculty of Graduate Studies. The award recognizes outstanding performance as a...

Duhamel receives CSEP Young Investigator Award

Congratulations to Dr. Todd Duhamel, Principal Investigator, Physical Activity and Chronic Disease Prevention, Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, who was recently recognized by the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) as the recipient for this year’s...

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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