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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.

 

Yan and Nagalingam Recognized at Max Rady College Awards Day

Yan and Nagalingam Recognized at Max Rady College Awards Day

Max Rady College of Medicine Awards Day were held June 20, 2022 and two St. Boniface Research members were among those receiving honours. Congratulations to Weiang Yan in Dr. Dhingra’s lab, who received the St. Boniface Hospital Foundation Inc. Award for...

Srivastava from Dhingra lab earns prestigious CIHR Postdoc Fellowship

Srivastava from Dhingra lab earns prestigious CIHR Postdoc Fellowship

Congratulations to Dr. Abhay Srivastava with the Cardiac Regeneration and Tissue Engineering Program, ICS, who was recently awarded the highly competitive CIHR Postdoctoral Fellowship worth $135,000 over three years. Srivastava’s application received an impressive...

Arya Awarded Nancie J. Mauro Scholarship in Oncology Research

Arya Awarded Nancie J. Mauro Scholarship in Oncology Research

Congratulations to Vibhuti Arya, who has been recommended to receive the Nancie J. Mauro Graduate Scholarship in Oncology Research.  Arya, who immigrated to Winnipeg in 2016, graduated with a BSc. (hons.) Cell, Molecular Biology, from University of Manitoba and...

Leadership Training Vital to Success

Leadership Training Vital to Success

Sikta Chattopadhyaya, a PhD student with the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences, is one of 13 award recipients funding women’s leadership training through the Winnipeg Foundation’s Martha Donovan Leadership Fund. The $250,000 fund was established in 2019 to provide...

ICS Graduate Students Recognized for Excellence

ICS Graduate Students Recognized for Excellence

Congratulations to two graduate students with the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences who were recently recognized for exceptional accomplishments, by the University of Manitoba’s Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology. Arun Surendran PhD student, supervised by...