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Vitamin D deficiency and the effect it can have on very sick children admitted to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and how he hopes to improve the health of ill children by safely and rapidly correcting their vitamin D levels.
Thursday, April 12, 2018
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Could stem cells repair the heart, fight infections, mend premature lungs, and heal the brain after stroke?

Ottawa researchers closer to finding out, thanks to $999,900 from the Stem photo of a cellCell Network - Researchers from The Ottawa Hospital, CHEO and the University of Ottawa are bringing discoveries made in the lab closer to human trials and therapies, thanks to four new peer-reviewed research grants from the Stem Cell Network worth $999,900, part of an overall investment of $4 million across Canada.

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Tuesday, April 3, 2018
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CHEO Research Institute 2017-18 CHAMO Innovation Fund competition
The CHEO Research Institute is happy to announce the results of the 2017-18 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
Saturday, March 24, 2018
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Using big data to help the smallest babies – Canadian researchers use newborn blood tests to identify preterm children in low-resource countries
Researchers from The Ottawa Hospital, the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and the University of Ottawa have received nearly US $1 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to find out how often babies are born preterm in low-resource countries. Their novel approach uses data collected from routine newborn blood tests.

Preterm birth is a leading cause of death among children under the age of five. Knowing how often babies are born preterm is essential for developing and evaluating health programs and policies. However, many low-resource countries do not have reliable data on this issue. Read More
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