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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03/31/15 - Siow’s lingonberry research featured in Free Press

Dr. Chris Siow, Principal Investigator, Innovative Therapy Research Laboratory, Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research inMore…

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03/20/15 - Siow featured in AAFC article

Dr. Chris Siow, Principal Investigator, Innovative Therapy Research Laboratory, Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research inMore…

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03/20/15 - Duhamel among CBC’s Future40

Congratulations to Dr. Todd Duhamel, Principal Investigator, Physical Activity and Chronic Disease Prevention, Institute ofMore…

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03/18/15 - Dhalla keeps up hectic schedule: 5 presentations in 17 days

March has been a busy month for distinguished professor Dr. Naranjan Dhalla, who just recentlyMore…

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03/2/15 - “Captain Ross” passes away

Mr. Ross Little, Research security guard for many years, passed away February 21, 2015. DubbedMore…

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02/25/15 - Pierce, Dhalla receive Laufberger Medal

Congratulations to Dr. Grant Pierce, Executive Director of Research, St-Boniface Hospital, Professor, Department of Physiology,More…

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02/18/15 - Albensi to speak to venerated “Breakfast Club”

Dr. Ben Albensi has been invited to speak to the Carleton Breakfast Club – aMore…

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02/9/15 - Singal makes The Indian Diaspora’s A-list

Dr. Pawan Singal, cardiovascular researcher and director of the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, has madeMore…

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01/20/15 - “HAT” hits Polo Park

The Hypertension Awareness Team (HAT) was at Polo Park Shopping Centre this past Saturday, seeingMore…

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01/19/15 - Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

St-Boniface Hospital Research principal investigator Dr. Benedict Albensi (Synaptic Plasticity and Cellular Memory Dysfunction, DivisionMore…


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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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MNN 2014/2015 Seminar Series

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Past Events

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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…

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Art & Science Craft Show 2013

Official Website: http://www.sbrc.ca/ascs

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Manitoba Neuroscience Network 4th Annual Meeting

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

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Public Forum: Women’s Heart Health and Disease

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


03/11/15 - Trans-10,cis-12-conjugated linoleic acid worsens renal pathology and alters cyclooxygenase derived oxylipins in obesity-associated nephropathy.

Authors: Zhan, Y., Shi, H., Caligiuri, S.P.B., Wu, Y., Declercq, V., Taylor, C.G., Zahradka, P.,More…

03/11/15 - SnoN as a novel negative regulator of TGF-β/Smad signaling: A target for tailoring organ fibrosis.

Authors: Zeglinski, M.R., Hnatowich, M., Jassal, D.S. & Dixon, I.M.C. Abstract: Remodeling of the extracellularMore…

03/11/15 - Type a aortic dissection complicated by an aorto-right atrial fistula.

Authors: Sytnik, P., White, C.W., Nates, W., Lytwyn, M., Strumpher, J., Arora, R.C. & Freed,More…

03/11/15 - The CBS/CSE system: A potential therapeutic target in NAFLD?

Authors: Sarna, L.K., Siow, Y.L. & Karmin, O. Abstract: Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) isMore…

03/11/15 - Surge capacity: Analysis of census fluctuations to estimate the number of intensive care unit beds needed.

Authors: Olafson, K., Ramsey, C., Yogendran, M., Fransoo, R., Chrusch, C., Forget, E. & Garland,More…

03/11/15 - Selection of chemotactic adipose-derived stem cells using a microfluidic gradient generator.

Authors: Natarajan, K., Tian, C., Xiang, B., Chi, C., Deng, J., Zhang, R., Freed, D.H.,More…

03/11/15 - Early growth response 2 (Egr-2) expression is triggered by NF-κB activation.

Authors: Nafez, S., Oikawa, K., Odero, G.L., Sproule, M., Ge, N., Schapansky, J., Abrenica, B.,More…

03/11/15 - The 2014 Canadian cardiovascular society heart failure management guidelines focus update: Anemia, biomarkers, and recent therapeutic trial implications.

Authors: Moe, G.W., Ezekowitz, J.A., O’meara, E., Lepage, S., Howlett, J.G., Fremes, S., Al-Hesayen, A.,More…

03/11/15 - Use of a daily disinfectant cleaner instead of a daily cleaner reduced hospital-acquired infection rates.

Authors: Alfa, M.J., Lo, E., Olson, N., Macrae, M. & Buelow-Smith, L. Abstract: Background: DocumentingMore…


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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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