Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada - Grants-in-Aid

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada: Grants-in-Aid 2015/2016

Khosrow Adeli

Hospital for Sick Children

Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology

Mechanisms of Hepatic Steatosis and VLDL Overproduction in Insulin Resistance: Role of the Gut-Brain-Liver Axis

David Alter

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Department of Medicine

The Efficacy of Personalized Audio-Playlists with Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation on Exercise Adherence in Cardiac Rehabilitation

Michelle Bendeck

Campus

Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology

N-cadherin and Strategies to Inhibit Smooth Muscle Cell Migration

Vijay Chauhan

UHN - Toronto General Hospital

Department of Medicine

Electrocardiographic evaluation of ventricular arrhythmia vulnerability in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

Kim Connelly

St. Michael's Hospital

Department of Medicine

Identifying the role of silent information regulator (Sirt1) in ventricular remodeling using genetic ablation and pharmacological strategies.

Slava Epelman

UHN - Toronto General Hospital

Department of Medicine

Precise functional characterization of macrophage and dendritic cell subsets during viral myocarditis

Scott Heximer

Campus

Department of Physiology

Defining novel mechanisms in the pathogenesis of bradyarrhythmias and sick sinus node syndrome

Andrea Kassner

Hospital for Sick Children

Department of Medical Imaging

MRI assessment of cerebral vascular injury in obese children with obstructive sleep apnea

Michael Kutryk

St. Michael's Hospital

Department of Medicine

Surface modification of implantable materials for novel therapeutic applications

Gary Lewis

UHN - Toronto General Hospital

Department of Medicine

CNS-mediated effects of insulin and GLP-1 on intestinal and hepatic lipoprotein particle production in humans

Ren-Ke Li

UHN - Toronto General Hospital

Department of Surgery

A New Growth Factor, CNPY2, To Induce Angiogenesis after Cardiac Ischemia

Heyu Ni

St. Michael's Hospital

Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology

Apolipoprotein A-IV and platelet function: Novel links with thrombosis, inflammation, and atherosclerosis

Simon Sharpe

Hospital for Sick Children

Department of Biochemistry

Linking structural and functional consequences of sequence polymorphisms in human tropoelastin with susceptibility to late-onset vascular diseases

Jacob Udell

Women's College Hospital

Department of Medicine

Investigation of Notable Failed Endeavours at Reproductive Treatment and Ischemic Long-term Events (INFERTILE) Study

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