The Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada (Heart & Stroke) named four researchers from the University of Ottawa Heart Institute recipients of project funding through its Grant-in-Aid Program.
The Grant-in-Aid Program provides operating funds to support important, pertinent, novel research in the areas of heart disease and stroke.
Congratulations to all our researchers!
- Thomas Lagace, PhD
Project: Role of PCSK9 Proteolytic Processing in Inflammation
Funding: $278,775 over three years
- Jennifer Reed, PhD
Project: Exercise Training in WomEn with HEart Disease (EXCEED) Randomized Control Trial (RCT)
Funding: $275,915 over three years
- Benjamin Rotstein, PhD
Project: Imaging Cardiac Autonomic Function in Heart Failure
Funding: $261,000 over three years
- Alexandre Stewart, PhD
Project: Macrophage Growth Factor that Protects Against Endotoxin-induced QT
Funding: $300,000 over three years
Learn more about Heart & Stroke grant programs for researchers.
To coordinate an interview with any of the recipients listed above, please contact the media liaison below.
Leigh B. Morris
University of Ottawa Heart Institute