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 Issue No. 9                                                                              November 2017

Cardiac Connections: Slava Epelman 

Watch the debut of our new video series, which explores collaborations and novel research underway in and around the Ted Rogers Centre. Dr. Slava Epelman performs world-leading investigations into how immune cells in the heart behave, and their role in heart failure.  
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Protecting the hearts of cancer survivors

Four years from now, at least 1.5 million Canadians will have survived their cancer diagnosis. In what is an unfortunate truth, they face a heightened risk of certain health complications, the most serious of which occur in the heart.

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Education Fund winners announced

This fall, the Ted Rogers Centre supported another 12 emerging investigators through our annual Education Fund. The awards help foster a deep pool of talent, further leadership in cardiovascular research, and support tomorrow's principal investigators. 
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Engineering a child-friendly heart valve 

Traditional methods to repair a congenital heart defect can lead to sub-optimal function, ventricular dilation, arrhythmia, and risk of sudden cardiac death when an infant reaches adolescence. There must be another way.  
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Pregnant, with congenital heart disease

One Education Fund winner is working with Dr. Mike Seed (SickKids) to use incredible advanced imaging techniques to protect mother and fetus... when it's the former who has congenital heart disease. 
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