The Libin Cardiovascular Institute is a joint entity of Alberta Health Services and the University of Calgary. Our more than 1,500 members include physicians, clinicians and other health professionals, researchers and trainees.
Two million Canadians have suffered cardiovascular disease or stroke. At $25 billion annually, the cost to our health care system is staggering, accounting for 10 per cent of total health care costs. The Libin Cardiovascular Institute is tackling these problems head on through world-class cardiovascular research, training and clinical care.
The Libin Cardiovascular Institute’s four initiatives are at the heart of this work. They drive our research and ultimately enable us in our mission to improve cardiovascular outcomes for Albertans at all ages and stages of life.
Precision Medicine Initiative
Our goal is to spark innovation to navigate the complexities of the human system so we can predict and prevent disease and provide more personalized care
Clinical Innovation Initiative
Our goal is to provide patients with tomorrow’s health care today by accelerating the speed of health care innovation and implementation
Our goal is to engage communities to help us identify, study and address the challenges impacting health
Women's Cardiovascular Health Initiative
Our goal is to improve the odds for women locally and globally by closing the gap in cardiovascular research, training and care
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