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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.
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.
Libin Institute member, Dr. Branden Manns along with faculty members from Medicine, Science, Veterinary Medicine, and Arts receive Killam Annual Professorships
On June 10, a night of celebration was had to honour the 10 year anniversary of the Stephenson Cardiac Imaging Centre.
Dr. Bob Sheldon and his team of Libin researchers are looking for people who faint to participate in a study that’s trying to pinpoint possible genetic causes for this common and debilitating condition.
Created by the Libin Institute's Dr. Brenda Hemmelgarn and Alberta researchers, the Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Pathway is being discussed on the latest W21C podcast. Learn about this online resource that will be used to shape care plans for the one in 10 Alberta adults living with chronic kidney disease.