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Dr. Lorrie Kirshenbaum

Director
Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences

Principal Investigator
Cardiac Gene Biology, Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences

Professor
Department of Physiology & Pathophysiology, University of Manitoba

Canada Research Chair
Molecular Cardiology, University of Manitoba

Director of Research Development
Rady Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba

Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences

Widely regarded as one of the preeminent basic cardiovascular research programs in the world, St. Boniface Hospital Research’s Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, led by Dr. Lorrie Kirshenbaum, is a leading force in the fight against heart disease at the cellular and molecular levels.

 

Dhingra receives Duhamel Innovation Award

Dr. Sanjiv Dhingra, Principal Investigator, Cardiac Regeneration and Tissue Engineering Laboratory, Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, received the 2019 Ronald Duhamel Innovation Fund Award on April 13 at the St. Boniface Hospital Foundation's annual Donor...

Singal’s Efforts Honoured during National Volunteer Week

On Thursday, April 11, 2019, Dr. Pawan Singal, Principal Investigator Cell Pathophysiology, Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences for St. Boniface Hospital Research, was recognized by the Pakistan-Canada Cultural Equation of Manitoba, the Manitoba Historical Society...

Schwartz takes First Place

Congratulations to Leah Schwartz, a University of Winnipeg collegiate student working in the Czubryt lab, for her First Place win in the Sanofi Biogenius Manitoba Regional Competition.  Leah has been working on her project “Regulation of Periostin Gene Expression...

Duhamel named Acting Dean for Kinesiology & Rec

Congratulations to Dr. Todd Duhamel, who was recently appointed Acting Dean, Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management at the University of Manitoba for a 6-month term.  Dr. Duhamel also leads his lab here within the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences at St....

St. Boniface Research Student Places FIRST in 3MT Competition!

Congratulations to our very own Kevin Boreskie who placed 1st in last night’s 3MT competition at St. John’s College. The University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Graduate Studies held its Three Minute Thesis competition on March 18 and saw 14 challengers run through 3...