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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.
Libin member and Cumming School of Medicine researcher Dr. Doreen Rabi suggests developing guidelines for clinical use of electronic communication
Dr. Brenda Hemmelgarn, nephrology expert and health services researcher, joins newly minted AHS board of directors
For years, POTS’ patients have been seeking proper resources to assist with their condition and now specialists from the Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta are able to do so.
Dr. Paul Fedak speaks to the Calgary Herald about his love for cardiac surgery and what it is like to hold a human heart.
On September 25 in Edmonton, Alberta, Dr. Norm Campbell and Alvin Libin were among four university of Calgary members recognized for their contribution to health care at this year’s Alberta Medical Association’s Annual General Meeting.
Researchers from the Libin Institute show how a miniature pacemaker, also known as a leadless pacemaker, is a safe and effective alternative for patients needing this device. At about an inch long, the Nanostim leadless pacemaker is only a fraction of the size of a traditional pacemaker.
Dr. Robert Sheldon to receive portion of CANet's $2.4 million strategic research grants.
Research may inform personalized options for open-heart surgery
Three Libin researchers among the 12 selected to receive Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) funding.
Libin researchers look at the effectiveness of a common ADHD (attention deficit hyperactive disorder) medication in preventing fainting.