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Premature birth is the leading cause of early childhood death worldwide and remains the major cause of disability in Canadian children. Bronchopulmonary dysplasia or BPD is a chronic injury to the immature newborn lung that arises in about half of survivors born extremely premature, leading to a high risk of death and long-term issues with breathing. Senior Scientist Dr. Robert Jankov received a Research Growth Award to begin to define the role of the protein thrombospondin in newborn lung injury. The Research Growth Awards are funded by community support through the CHEO Foundation. 
Friday, June 14, 2019
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CHEO Researchers Receive Tier 1 Canada Research Chairs for Rare Disease Research
Dr. Kym Boycott and Dr. Hanns Lochmüller recognized for international leadership in genomics

OTTAWA, June 14, 2019 – The CHEO Research Institute is thrilled to announce that two of its researchers, Dr. Kym Boycott and Dr. Hanns Lochmüller, have been awarded prestigious Tier 1 Canada Research Chairs (CRC) through the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine. The CRC Program invests approximately $265 million per year to attract and retain the world’s most accomplished and promising minds. Dr. Boycott is the new Canada Research Chair in Rare Disease Precision Health and Dr. Lochmüller is the Canada Research Chair in Neuromuscular Genomics and Health. These are the first Tier 1 CRCs for the CHEO Research Institute. Read More
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
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New research shows dramatic increase in Ontario teens visiting an Emergency Department for self-harm since 2009
OTTAWA, June 11, 2019 - Adolescents who intentionally harm themselves by poisoning or injuring themselves are at risk for repeated self-harm or suicide. A new CHEO and uOttawa study released today in the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry shows a dramatic increase in the number of Ontario adolescents who presented to an emergency department for self-harm between 2009 and 2017. Changing Rates of Self-Harm and Mental Disorders by Sex in Youths Presenting to Ontario Emergency Departments: Repeated Cross-Sectional Study looked at all the emergency department visits by Ontario adolescents aged 13 to 17 for self-harm or mental health concerns from 2003 to 2017, about 170,000 visits each year. Authors found something surprising: 2003 and 2009, the number of adolescents with a visit to the ED for self-harm fell by about a third. During the same period, ED visits for mental stayed about the same. Starting in 2009, however, things changed. From 2009 to 2017 the rates of adolescent self-harm visits Read More
Thursday, April 4, 2019
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CHEO Research Institute 2018-19 CHAMO Innovation Fund competition
The CHEO Research Institute is happy to announce the results of the 2018-19 CHAMO Innovation Fund competition. Funds from the competition are to support the development of new and innovative approaches to health care delivery and to provide leadership in the dissemination of new knowledge across the healthcare system. These projects will no doubt impact healthcare delivery and offer opportunities to translate new knowledge into medical practice locally and nationally. Read More
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