September 30 is National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a day to commemorate the history and legacy of the residential school system, honour First Nations, Inuit and Métis Residential School Survivors, their families and communities, and reflect on our shared reconciliation journey.
A new paper in Science co-authored by Dr. Richard Naud sheds light on the role of the perirhinal cortex.
Drs. Katalin Toth, Shawn Beug and Marceline Coté are among ten University of Ottawa researchers who were part of the December 16 announcement.
Online awards ceremony pays tribute to 25 laureates for their outstanding achievements
Dr. Karry Felix made the best of COVID-19 by observing Canadian pandemic practices that could help in other countries.
Clinical research finds spinal or epidural anesthesia is associated with increased survival compared to general anesthesia for leg artery bypass surgery
The program allots a total of $500,000 to 11 projects that aim to accelerate COVID countermeasures and mitigate the spread of the virus and its negative consequences.
The TRG program promotes research and collaboration between basic scientists and clinical researchers, providing seed funding to test new, innovative ideas and facilitating future grant support.
Researchers from the University of Ottawa and The Ottawa Hospital have been awarded $1,050,000 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation.
The Excelerator program helps medical researchers navigate the often bumpy translational path from bench to bedside by clearing away the most common hurdles in advance.
The Government of Canada has invested $10.2 million on 55 selected projects across the country from a multi-million dollar fund dedicated to the novel coronavirus and mental health.
Dr. Jennifer Phillips and Dr. Katerina Nikolitch receive CIHR funding to study the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of medical residents.
From basic science to clinical care, eight learners took home the prizes for their outstanding research projects.
Hospital cleaning staff will share their experiences on the front lines of the pandemic in a Canada-wide research project led by Dr. Marie-Hélène Chomienne.
Epidemiologist Dr. Ian Colman finds teens much more likely to harm themselves when they know someone who has.
Dr. Elizabeth Muggah steps into presidency of the Ontario College of Family Physicians.
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