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RBC Youth BIOlab Jeunesse RBC Logo CL-02

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

St. Boniface Hospital Honours Winnipeg Philanthropist Paul Albrechtsen

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Clinical Trials

Active, Future, and Completed Studies

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Dr. Grant Pierce


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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Dhalla receives awards

Congratulations to Distinguished Professor Dr. Naranjan Dhalla, who received two honours on a recent trip to Delhi, India; one for outstanding contributions to the field of cardiovascular sciences, and another presented to him as Guest of Honour at the International...

Taylor receives Canola Award of Excellence

The Manitoba Canola Growers Association (MCGA) has awarded Dr. Carla Taylor with the 2017 Canola Award of Excellence for her contributions to the canola industry. Taylor will be presented with the award on Wednesday, February 15 during the CropConnect Conference...

Pierce discusses flax research on FARMGATE

St. Boniface Hospital executive director of research Dr. Grant Pierce recently appeared on FARMGATE – Saskatchewan’s only farm magazine TV program, produced in Saskatoon and hosted by Bob Simpson. Dr. Pierce was invited to discuss the results of his research into the...

Anderson appointed Acting Associate Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies

A message from Todd A. Mondor, Acting Vice-Provost (Graduate Education) & Dean (Faculty of Graduate Studies): I am pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Hope Anderson as Acting Associate Dean in the Faculty of Graduate Studies effective February 1, 2017. Dr....

Rossant visits St. Boniface

Dr. Grant Pierce, together with Dr. Aubie Angel, hosted Dr. Janet Rossant, president and scientific director of the Gairdner Foundation at the Albrechtsen Research Centre this morning. Dr. Janet Rossant, a developmental and stem cell biologist, educator, institutional...

Study shows Manitoba lingonberries may protect against kidney failure

Manitoba wild lingonberries show promising protective qualities against kidney failure, according to a recent publication by Cara Isaac of Dr. Chris Siow’s Innovative Therapy Research Laboratory at the Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research in Health and Medicine...

March is National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month

From providing vital nutrients, to giving us the energy we require to get through each day, the food we eat and how we nourish our bodies has a significant impact on our health. Certain foods also have potential health-related benefits – some foods may help fight dementia, and other foods, like Manitoba-grown lingonberries, may help prevent kidney failure.

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