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Numerous people may say they want to grow up to be a heart surgeon, but very few actually achieve that goal.
Holly Mewhort, MD, PhD, is one of those individuals.
The Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta is contributing to heart month on February 25 with Libin 101, a new annual event. It is a free public educational series on a variety of cardiovascular themes, each demonstrating the continuum of research to health-care innovation.
Libin Researchers' review of procedures reveals proactive approach can increase infections, other adverse effects
On February 3 at 12:15 PM, six Cumming School of Medicine faculty members will receive its 10,000 Citations Award. This award honours faculty members who have accumulated more than 10,000 citations over the course of their career. Three of the awardees are Libin members: Drs. Todd Anderson, Bill Ghali, and Michael Hill.
Leading cardiovascular epidemiologist/researcher, Dr. Jack Tu will present his findings at the Libin Institute's annual Tine Haworth Cardiovascular Research Day on April 7.
A new chronic kidney disease (CKD) study, co-authored by member Dr. Brenda Hemmelgarn, shows how a new online decision-making tool, called the CKD Pathway, is beneficial for pharmacists when ordering laboratory tests and to see patients’ test results.
Member Hude Quan, PhD along with two other faculty members and two University of Calgary students were honoured for outstanding community contributions at the 20th annual Immigrants of Distinction Awards (IDA) gala recently held at the Westin Calgary Hotel.
Dr. Steven Greenway, a paediatric cardiologist, is researching how to help children born with complications from congenital heart disease at the Alberta Children's Hospital.
Dr. Holly Mewhort’s win at this year’s Canadian Cardiovascular Congress marks the third year in a row a student from the Marlene and Don Campbell Family Cardiac Research Laboratory and mentored by Dr. Paul Fedak has won the Trainee Research Award - Basic Science competition. An unprecedented and novel feat from any lab in the country
Recap from the 16th annual Canadian Cardiovascular Congress held in Toronto, Ontario.