Krembil makes its debut in the Globe and Mail and showcases the brilliant work going on at the Krembil Research Institute.
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A surgical procedure pioneered by UHN Neurosurgeon Dr. Michael Fehlings saved Trevor Griffith from paralysis. Now, Trevor is back to enjoying his life.
The International Society for Stem Cell Research honours McEwen Centre Scientist Dr. John Dick and Dr. Elaine Fuchs receives McEwen Award for Innnovation.
Researchers publish results of a study suggesting that a supplement found in seal oil may help reverse nerve damage caused by diabetes.
Krembil researcher highlights the need for arthritis management and education programs aimed at reducing obesity and other risk factors in young and middle-aged adults.
Dr. Tony Lang is leading a study is to identify the best biological indicators for Parkinson’s disease by tracking the levels of a protein called alpha-synuclein.
Donald K. Johnson Eye Institute Co-Director and Eye Surgeon Dr. Robert Devenyi has made dramatic advances in eye surgery with transformative results.
Can tiny particles help treat disease? Find out what liver surgeon Dr. Ian McGilvray has to say about the power of nanotechnology.
Brooke Ridgeway credits the caring expertise of the Krembil Neuroscience Centre’s Epilepsy team with changing her life and giving her the ultimate gift — her son Myles.