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Arrhythmia and Heart Failure

Investigating if we can treat people with subclinical atrial fibrillation to improve outcomes, the prevalence of SCAF in patients with heart failure, and more.

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Biomarkers and Genetics

Exploring the genetic risk of heart attacks, strokes, obesity and dementia; working to discover key genes and biological pathways involved in late-onset diseases; and more.

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Brain Health Research

Brain Health and Stroke

Moving beyond prevention of the obvious effects of stroke (immobility and death), the brain health team is working to better understand how cerebrovascular diseases affect thinking and memory.

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Cancer Survivorship Research

Cancer Survivorship

Investigating the health of patients with cancer, or who have cardiovascular complications resulting from oncological treatments, as cancer threatens to become the biggest killer worldwide.

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Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Research

CVD Prevention

Research, such as the PURE study, looking at individual biological factors (genetics, diet, hypertension), lifestyle, socioeconomic and environmental risk factors, globally, to prevent cardiovascular disease.

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Diabetes and GI Research


Leaders in diabetes research for decades, we are investigating ways to put type 2 diabetes into remission.

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Infectious Diseases Research

Infectious Diseases

From assessing whether the influenza vaccine can reduce adverse vascular events in patients with heart failure, to the race to prevention and treatment of COVID-19

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Renal Research


Research activities include treatment of patients who require dialysis, have severe glomerular disease, perioperative acute kidney injury, and various forms of chronic kidney disease (CKD).

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Thrombosis Research


Can we prevent clots without increasing bleeding? Can we separately identify risk factors that predict bleeding, and others that predict stroke, in order to tailor anti-thrombotic therapy to the patient?

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