Reception & Kiosk Session

Cardiac Research & Heart Health

May 6, 2013, Parliament Hill, Ottawa

Celebrating Canada’s world-class cardiovascular research sector

With Canada’s aging population and an increasing incidence of obesity and diabetes, research in heart and cardiovascular health is more vital than ever. Through advancements in preventative care, public health, clinical care and disease management, Canadian scientists are saving lives and making remarkable contributions to the global research community.
Today’s discoveries will support tomorrow’s health care. Check out our blog to view photos and videos, and to learn more about this successful event.

Guest Speakers

Mr. Russell Williams
President, Rx&D
Dr. Robert Roberts
President & CEO,
University of Ottawa Heart Institute
Dr. Jean-Claude Tardif
Director, Montreal Heart Institute
Dr. Duncan J. Stewart
CEO & Scientific Director,
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

Meet our Presenters

And learn more about their ground-breaking work by clicking on the photos and links below.
PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
 
REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
 
UNLOCKING THE KEY CAUSES OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
 
Dr. Karin Humphries
University of British Columbia
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Dr. Amer Johri
Queen’s University
Dr. Francois Lesperance
Université de Montréal
PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
 
Dr. Jean-Philippe Chaput
CHEO Research Institute
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Professor Diana Hopkins-Rosseel
Queen’s University
Dr. Martin Juneau
Montreal Heart Institute
Dr. Kathryn King-Shier
University of Calgary
Dr. Trisha Parsons
Queen’s University
Dr. Heather Tulloch
University of Ottawa Heart Institute
Dr. Atilio Costa-Vitali
Health Sciences North
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INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH AND HEART HEALTH
 
Dr. Laura Arbour
University of British Columbia
Dr. Jean-Claude Tardif
Montreal Heart Institute
Dr. Glenn Wells
University of Ottawa Heart Institute

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Thank you to our generous sponsors!

 
 

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