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For the 11th year in a row, the St. Boniface Hospital is among Canada’s leading research hospitals, taking the #1 spot in western Canada and ranking in the Top 5 nationally, according to data released today by Research Infosource Inc. Canada’s source of R&D intelligence.

“We have a phenomenal team of researchers, clinicians and students at St. Boniface Hospital Research, and it is wonderful to see their efforts recognized. The outstanding partnership we enjoy with the University of Manitoba, the University of Winnipeg, and Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, along with the support of donors through the St. Boniface Hospital Foundation, is critical for generating new discoveries that broaden our understanding of disease and its treatment,” says Dr. Mike Czubryt, Executive Director of Research, St. Boniface Hospital.

St. Boniface Hospital has always recognized the power of the research discoveries and potential interventions the talented cardiac, brain, food sciences and clinical research teams are pursuing.

“Congratulations to our science leaders at the Albrechtsen Centre and Asper Clinical Research Institute,” says Nicole Aminot, President & CEO, St. Boniface Hospital, “We are tremendously proud to be home to some of the most internationally recognized experts in the fields of cardiovascular, neurodegenerative and food science research.”

In affiliation with the University of Manitoba, the University of Winnipeg and Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, St. Boniface Hospital Research has four dedicated research programs: the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences; the Division of Neurodegenerative Disorders; the Canadian Centre for Agri-Food Research in Health and Medicine (CCARM); and Clinical Research.  It boasts 30 laboratories, 250 staff, served as training ground for more than 450 students and is also home to the RBC Youth BIOLab Jeunesse —a space for students and teachers to explore and experience real biomedical science in a world-class research center.

Hospital Research Spending Flatlines
Toronto ON, 31 January 2023. Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals, Hospital Networks and Health Authorities reported a combined $3.06 billion to research in Fiscal 2021, indicating flat 0.1% growth over Fiscal 2020, according to Research Infosource Inc., which today released its annual Top 40 Research Hospitals ranking. Over half (23) of the organizations lowered their research spending in Fiscal 2021, while 17 others increased research spending. The number of researchers nationwide increased by 3.9% to 9,889. For more on this, visit: RE$EARCH Infosource Inc. (

About Research Infosource Inc.
Research Infosource Inc., a division of The Impact Group, publishes Canada’s Innovation Leaders, which includes Canada’s Top 100 Corporate R&D Spenders List, Canada’s Top 50 Research Universities List, Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals List and Canada’s Top 50 Research Colleges List.