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Dr. George Wyse, a world-renowned cardiac arrhythmia clinician-scientist and professor emeritus with the Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta, has been chosen as the University of Calgary’s 2017 Lecture of a Lifetime speaker.
The annual event, meant to showcase the University’s top academics and recognize exceptional talent and achievement, is set for 6 p.m. on May 16 at the University of Calgary’s MacEwan Hall.
The Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta hosted a meet and greet to allow staff one-one-one time with Dr. Carlos Morillo, the new section chief of cardiology. The event took place at the Foothills Hospital on April 4, 2017.
Member Kathryn King-Shier (right) was honoured with a prestigious Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) award at this year’s biennial conference, held in late June in Saint John, N.B.
Dr. Brenda Hemmelgarn mixes research and mentoring in search for solutions and earns herself the University of Calgary’s 2016 Killam Annual Professorship.
On Saturday May 9, the Health Sciences Centre was buzzing with community based events and the Libin Cardiovascular Institute was part of two of them: TEDxCalgary and a Jane's Walk.
Libin researcher Kara Nerenberg part of study hoping to predict which first-time moms are at risk of developing preeclampsia early in their pregnancies.
Recap and photos from the 2016 Libin Institute's Tine Haworth Cardiovascular Research Day.
Libin members part of new study that is looking to recruit study participants to determine if interventions with their pharmacist and physician will help offset cardiovascular challenges.
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
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.
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.