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February 14, 2023

CIHR announces $9.6 million of new research funding for 14 WCHRI members

Awards will fund projects that have potential for breakthroughs in women's and children’s health

February 13, 2023

Research and collaboration improve advanced heart failure care for children at the Stollery

February is Heart Month

Featuring Jennifer Conway, Read More
January 23, 2023

One size does not fit all in cervical cancer treatment

Learn more about researcher Geetha Menon’s quest for personalized therapies

Featuring Geetha Menon, Read More
January 9, 2023

The Heart of a Woman

Females comprise 51 per cent of the population, but cardiovascular research aimed at them is almost non-existent. One researcher is changing that.

December 16, 2022

Stollery joins global network for research on heart defects

Children will benefit from local contributions, learning and data from around the world

December 14, 2022

WCHRI’s 5 Inspiring Stories of 2022

Sixteen years ago, we embarked on a challenging yet crucially important journey—to build a brighter future for women and children through supporting research excellence.

December 7, 2022

New research-backed tools ready to support parents in navigating COVID-19 pandemic

Videos and infographics provide information on vaccines, caring for a child with COVID-19 and easing children back into activities.

Featuring Shannon Scott, Lisa Hartling, Read More
November 30, 2022

Ebola may hit children harder and longer than adults, study suggests

Analysis of lab data from previous outbreak in Congo provides critical information that will help doctors treat future pediatric patients.

Featuring Michael Hawkes, Read More
November 23, 2022

Researcher engineers portable ultrasound to detect scoliosis in teens

Adapted device uses AI to reconstruct 3D scans of the spine without the need for frequent X-rays.

Featuring Edmond HM Lou, Read More
November 3, 2022

How parents can help their kids recover vital routines lost to COVID

Taking advantage of positive changes like more family time can foster resilience to disruptions in learning and social development, says educational psychologist.

Featuring Christina M Rinaldi, Read More