Libin Cardiovascular Institute Office
Heritage Medical Research Building (HMRB)
Foothills Campus, University of Calgary
3310 Hospital Drive NW
Calgary, Alberta T2N 4N1
Doctors and clinics
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New patient referrals
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Meet the Libin office team
Dr. Lisa Petermann, PhD
Lisa oversees all of the Libin Institute’s operations and program development. She also works closely with the leadership team and Strategic Advisory board. If you have an idea for a project or initiative, need a contact for your grant or project, want assistance working through University systems, or just want to find out more about the Institute, please contact Lisa.
Dawn oversees all external and internal communications for the Institute and coordinates media coverage with the Cumming School of Medicine. If you, or a colleague or student, publish a paper, win an award, receive a grant or are asked to comment to the media, please let Dawn know and she will share the good news. She can also assist you with social media, website creation and marketing materials.
Barsha oversees finances for the Libin Institute. She also handles member requests for keys and labcoats and is in charge of space allocation. If you have finance questions, need help with your lab space or ordering keys or lab coats, please contact Barsha.
Women's Cardiovascular Health Program Coordinator
Alexa coordinates CV & Me, the Libin Institute’s formal program in women’s cardiovascular health that focuses on research, education and clinical care. If you want to know more about incorporating sex and gender into research, hear about the Libin’s community lecture series on women’s cardiovascular health topics or find out how you can get involved, please contact Alexa.
Person to Population Program Coordinator
Camilia is an epidemiologist and coordinates the activities of the Person to Population (P2) research collaborative group within the Libin Institute. This group focuses on using data and medical knowledge to optimize cardiovascular health in Alberta and beyond. If you want to know more about P2, or find out how you can get involved, please contact Camilia.
Megan coordinates all external and internal events for the Institute. She is also responsible for all of the Libin’s processes, including scholarships, travel and publication awards, catalyst and bridge funding, and research equipment and maintenance. If you have questions about any of these processes, or have an idea for engaging with the community, please contact Megan.
John provides IT services for the Libin Cardiovascular Institute, mostly focused on the research labs and clinical research areas within the Cumming School of Medicine. He provides desktop support, consulting, troubleshooting and maintenance services, and works closely with outside vendors and his IT colleagues within the University of Calgary and Alberta Health Services. If you need assistance in any of these areas, contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data Initiative Lead
Melanie is leading the new Libin Data Initiative and will be facilitating the integration, governance, and analysis of data for cardiovascular research in collaboration with the Department of Cardiac Sciences, the Centre for Health Informatics, and the Mozell Family Analysis Core. Melanie is an education and program specialist and will also develop capacity building opportunities for clinicians and analysts in the use of cardiovascular data for research. If you want to know more, or if you have questions or ideas about your practice or research that could be addressed using existing data sources, please reach out to Melanie.
Cardiovascular care in Calgary
Institute members work out of numerous locations around the city of Calgary. Our members are experts in diagnosing and treating cardiovascular conditions.