The Centre for Neuroscience was formally established in 2001, evolving out of the Division of Neuroscience which was founded in 1986. The Centre is supported by the faculties of Medicine and Dentistry, Rehabilitation Medicine, Science and Physical Education and Recreation. Currently, the Centre for Neuroscience has a membership of more than 80 neuroscientists from 24 departments and 5 faculties.
The University of Alberta Centre for Neuroscience was established to provide an organizational structure to foster teaching, learning and research in neurosciences.
Dr. Bill Colmers, Dr. Alan Hudson, Dr. Bradley Kerr, Dr. Elena Posse de Chaves, Dr. Simonetta Sipione, Dr. Peter Smith, Dr. Fred Tse and Dr. Amy Tse
The Alberta Diabetes Institute (ADI) is a research facility dedicated to discovering new methods to prevent, treat and cure diabetes through scientific excellence and teamwork.
Our vision is to be the world leaders in curing diabetes and rapidly translating new knowledge and discoveries into patient care.
Our more than 35 principal investigators and their scientific teams are located at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada where they collaborate across different faculties on campus and with other research colleagues around the world.
Dr. Matthias Braun, Dr. Jason Dyck, Dr. Peter Light (Director), Dr. Gary Lopaschuk, Dr. Patrick MacDonald, Dr. Amy Tse
Through the assembly of an expert team, members of the Cardiovascular Research Centre aim to lessen the burden of cardiovascular diseases on society through the generation of new knowledge as to the underlying causes of these disorders.
Dr. Po-Yin Cheung, Dr. Sandy Clanachan, Dr. Jason Dyck (Director), Dr. Paul Jurasz, Dr. Peter Light, Dr. Gary Lopaschuk, Dr. Frances Plane, Dr. Richard Schulz, Dr. John Seubert
The Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute is leading the way in prevention, treatment and research into Cardiovascular Disease. The Heart Institute is collaborating with all levels to provide the best possible care for patients, providing a nurturing environment for skilled, knowledgeable, compassionate and collaborative health professionals. Leading edge research with stellar inpatient services combined with expansive out patient services all work together to promote understanding, prevention and treatment of heart disease.
Dr. Po-Yin Cheung, Dr. Sandy Clanachan, Dr. Jason Dyck, Dr. Paul Jurasz, Dr. Peter Light, Dr. Gary Lopaschuk, Dr. Frances Plane, Dr. Richard Schulz, Dr. John Seubert
The Women and Children's Health Research Institute supports groundbreaking multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary research through grant competitions, ongoing research funding, professional development and expert resources. Our membership is made up of 300 leading researchers, clinician-scientists, academics, health-care professionals and service providers from academic and community settings. All bring valuable perspectives to the issue of women and children's health.
The Institute was established in 2006 by the University of Alberta and Capital Health, now Alberta Health Services, with $37 million in core funding from the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation and the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation. In 2008/09, an estimated $3.7 million was dispersed through grants and research funding.
Dr. Po-Yin Cheung (Interim Director), Dr. Jason Dyck, Dr. Gary Lopaschuk, Dr. Richard Schulz
Our mission is to provide fundamental knowledge on the molecular and cell biology of lipids, both intracellularly and at the extracellular interface, from cells to the whole animal.
Dr. Simonetta Sipione
The Signal Transduction Research Group was established at the University of Alberta in 1996 and this was formalized into an official Group of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry in 2000. The objectives of this Group are to promote excellence in research and research training in the area of Signal Transduction. The Group consists of twelve full-time members of Faculty. Currently, the Group consists of 4 Post-Doctoral Fellows, Research Associates, 14 Technicians and 39 Graduate students.
Dr. Elena Posse de Chaves