The Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada named two (2) researchers from the University of Ottawa Heart Institute recipients of project funding through its Grant-in-Aid Program, and honoured Erin Mulvihill, PhD, with its National New Investigator Award.
The Grant-in-Aid Program provides operating funds to support important, pertinent, novel research in the areas of heart disease and stroke.
The New Investigator Program is a salary award to support new investigators who have demonstrated excellence in their doctoral and post-doctoral training and wish to establish their own independent research career.
Congratulations to all our researchers!
- Heather Tulloch, PhD
Project: Psychological Profile and Intervention Needs of Patients with Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection: Phase Ib
Amount: $288,033 over three years
- Erik Suuronen, PhD
Project: Methylglyoxal as a Target for Treating Myocardial Infarction
Amount: $285,611 over three years
- Erin Mulvihill, PhD
National New Investigator Award
Project: Deciphering the Enzymatic and Non-Enzymatic Functions of DPP4 in Cardiovascular Disease
Amount: $180,000 over three years
To learn more about H&S Foundation of Canada grant and award programs for researchers, visit the H&S website.
To coordinate an interview with any of the recipients listed above, please contact Leigh B. Morris.
Leigh B. Morris
University of Ottawa Heart Institute