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Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a group of chronic gastrointestinal disorders in which people have ulceration, inflammation, and bleeding of their gastrointestinal tract, and are at risk for complications in other parts of the body. People with IBD have an elevated risk of mental illness, especially anxiety and depression, potentially related to the inflammation in the gut affecting their brain. In this Discovery Minute, Dr. Eric Benchimol shares the results of a study where he and fellow researchers asked if women with IBD were at greater risk of developing a new mental illness during pregnancy and after giving birth compared to the overall population.
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
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Media Advisory: CHEO Researcher and Medical Geneticist Dr. Kym Boycott to appear at UN Rare Disease Day Policy Event
OTTAWA February 20, 2019 – Dr. Kym Boycott, Medical Geneticist and Senior Scientist at CHEO and Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Ottawa, will be appearing at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on Thursday, February 21, 2019. She is presenting her world-renowned research and clinical work in genetics and rare disease as part of the Second High Level Event of the NGO Committee for Rare Disease. This is the first time CHEO has been represented at the UN. Read More
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
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Expand the Role of Patients, the True Experts, in Neuromuscular Disease Research, Concludes International Workshop
Expand the Role of Patients, the True Experts, in Neuromuscular Disease Research, Concludes International Workshop

Shared decision-making seen as an important instrument to obtain better research results and gain support and acceptance from the wider public, according to a new position paper published in the Journal of Neuromuscular Diseases
Ottawa, February 6, 2019 – The old-fashioned paternalistic relationship between doctors and patients has gradually evolved into a more collaborative one in the era of patient-centered medicine. Shared decision-making (SDM), in which doctors and patients jointly decide on treatment or care, has emerged as a gold standard model of healthcare. Yet considerably less attention has been given to obtaining the patient perspective in neuromuscular research on such matters as research objectives, study design, or even consent. A position paper in the Read More
Friday, January 25, 2019
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CIHR Fall Project Grant Success

Two CHEO RI researchers have been awarded Project Grants from CIHR with two others as co-Principal investigator. The projects are in the areas of bronchopulmonary dysplasia, congenital myasthenic syndromes, the prevention of Group B Streptococcal and milk microRNAs and will allow researchers to move discoveries forward significantly in improving newborn, child and adult health. Congratulations to Senior Scientists Dr. Robert Jankov and Dr. Hanns Lochmüller, Scientist Dr. Deshayne Fell and Investigator Dr. Emanuela Ferretti. Dr. Jankov and Dr. Lochmüller both ranked second in their panels. The CHEO RI had a 17% success rate; the overall CIHR approval rate was 15%.

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