Overview

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.


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06/24/15 - MMSF / SBRC Richard Hoeschen Memorial Award Recipients Announced

The Manitoba Medical Service Foundation (MMSF) and the St-Boniface Hospital Research have each contributed $1,999.50More…

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06/24/15 - NSERC awards announced

Dr. Aukema & Dr. Moghadasian 2 Principal Investigators at St-Boniface Hospital Research will receive newMore…

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06/22/15 - Macdonald named Canadian Hospital Librarian of the Year

Congratulations to Kerry Macdonald, Acting Section Head Librarian, Carolyn Sifton – Helene Fuld Library, whoMore…

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06/16/15 - Morriseau receives TD Bank Group Student Award

Taylor Morriseau, from Dr. Benedict Albensi’s laboratory, is the first ever to receive the TDMore…

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06/8/15 - Krista Filomeno receives Nick Shepel Travel Award

Krista Filomeno from Dr. Ian Dixon’s laboratory, is one of this year’s recipients of theMore…

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06/2/15 - Glazner & Aulston featured in Alzheimer’s Society newsletter

Recently, the Alzheimer’s Society’s newsletter featured two of our own here at St-Boniface Hospital Research.More…

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05/29/15 - Guests from Beijing visit CCARM

Dave Wasylyshen, AAFC; Lee Anne Murphy, MAHRN; Yu Chen, Beijing Animal husbandry Station; Yuchang Qin,More…

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05/21/15 - 2015 Hoops for the Heart is a hit!

The 7th Annual Hoops From The Heart Basketball games were played on Wednesday May 20thMore…

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04/28/15 - Students take top 3 at Galveston research forum

(L-R) Robert Schmidt, Thomas Fudge, and Stephanie Caligiuri Congratulations to Stephanie Caligiuri (MSc PhD Candidate, CellMore…

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04/27/15 - Gold for Czubryt students

Czubryt lab students Breanna Belisle and Justin Lin followed up a successful showing at theMore…


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MNN 2014/2015 Seminar Series

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Past Events

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7th Annual Hoops from the Heart Games back May 20 at Duckworth Centre

The 7th Annual Hoops from the Heart event has been set for Wednesday 20th MayMore…

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“Brain Matters”

The Canadian Associates of Ben-Gurion University (CABGU) presents Brain Matters: A Panel discussion about BrainMore…

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Albensi to moderate Café Scientifique

KEEPING YOUR HEAD IN THE GAME: HOW CONCUSSIONS AFFECT THE BRAIN MARCH 18, 2015 –More…

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6th Harold Buchwald Heart Health Luncheon

Date: May 4, 2015 Time: 11:45am – 1:30pm Where: RBC Convention Centre, Winnipeg Featured Speaker:More…

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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…


07/3/15 - Waiting to Return to Normal: An Exploration of Family Systems Intervention in Childhood Cancer.

Authors: West, C.H., Bell, J.M., Woodgate, R.L. & Moules, N.J. Abstract: The illness suffering ofMore…

07/3/15 - CASE 5-2015: Early detection and treatment of an air embolism during cardiac surgery.

Authors: Weiner, M.M., Wicker, J., Fischer, G.W., Adams, D.H., Bronster, D., Evans, A.S., Murkin, J.M.More…

07/3/15 - “Tip-In” technique for retrograde chronic total occlusion revascularization.

Authors: Vo, M.N., Ravandi, A. & Brilakis, E.S. Abstract: Use of the retrograde approach significantlyMore…

07/3/15 - The urea-to-creatinine ratio is predictive of worsening kidney function in ambulatory heart failure patients.

Authors: Sood, M.M., Saeed, M., Lim, V., Cordova, F., Komenda, P., Malik, A., Rigatto, C.,More…

07/3/15 - Pericardial Effusions: Do They All Require Pericardiocentesis?

Authors: Mcintyre, W.F., Jassal, D.S. & Morris, A.L. Abstract: Pericardial effusions are associated with multipleMore…

07/3/15 - Eliciting personhood within clinical practice: Effects on patients, families, and health care providers.

Authors: Chochinov, H.M., Mcclement, S., Hack, T., Thompson, G., Dufault, B. & Harlos, M. Abstract:More…

07/3/15 - Predictors of ICU admission and outcomes 1 year post-admission in persons with IBD: A population-based study.

Authors: Bernstein, C.N., Garland, A., Peschken, C.A., Hitchon, C.A., Chen, H., Fransoo, R. & Marrie,More…

06/4/15 - Building school-based cardiovascular health promotion capacity in youth: a mixed methods study.

Authors: Woodgate, R.L. & Sigurdson, C.M. Abstract: Background: Essential to building cardiovascular health promotion capacityMore…


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05/21/15 - A Masters in Physiology position is available to study cancer and heart disease

Applicants should be highly motivated and able to critically evaluate and interpret data. Excellent oralMore…

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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