A momentous $100-million gift from Peter and Melanie Munk cements the role of the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre as a global leader in cardiovascular care.
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The final issue in our three-part Globe & Mail magazine series focuses on the latest research into diseases of the bones and joints at the Krembil Research Institute.
Gift supports Toronto hospitals, including UHN, associated with University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine and represents the largest donation in BMO’s 200-year history.
New wireless device permits clinicians to monitor a patient’s cardiovascular status – virtually and in real-time.
Scientists at the McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine and Toronto General Hospital Research Institute have used a novel method to identify and purify cells that develop into insulin-producing cells from human stem cells.
Lung transplant scientists are applying two therapies to prevent acute lung injury during surgery and reduce post-operative complication, leading to better survival outcomes and quality of life for patients.
Scientists have developed a disease model of atrial fibrillation — a deadly heart rhythm disorder. This knowledge will help in developing a treatment for patients with AF.
The second edition of Krembil features the brilliant work going on at the Donald K. Johnson Eye Institute and the Krembil Research Institute.