• Research

Heart Institute scientist appointed to expert panel to support and protect Canadian research data

Dr. Kelly Cobey will have the opportunity to shape evidence-based policy in Canada

Heart Institute first in North America to implant advanced bicaval valve system in patient

The Tricvalve® Transcatheter Bicaval Valve System is designed for the treatment of patients with severe tricuspid insufficiency, a form of valvular heart disease

Heart Institute’s Dr. Mark Hynes bestowed with teaching award from Canadian Anesthesiologists’ Society

The CAS recognized Dr. Hynes in Victoria, B.C. earlier in June
  • Research

Heart Institute researchers awarded NSERC grants to improve care

The funding will support UOHI researchers to close knowledge gaps and inform strategies to improve heart disease diagnosis, treatment and healthcare systems design.

New guidelines promote improved diagnosis and treatment for rare form of heart attack disproportionately affecting women

Canadian Women’s Heart Health Alliance and Canadian Cardiovascular Society partner on clinical practice update on MINOCA.

Dr. Peter Liu looks back on a decade at helm of Heart Institute’s research enterprise

Dr. Peter Liu is chiefly responsible for uniting the Heart Institute’s research division on the hallmarks of teamwork and team spirit

Meetings in Ottawa promote latest in brain-heart science and cardiovascular rehabilitation

Medical practitioners and researchers from across Canada will gather in Ottawa next week to discuss the latest in brain-heart science, cardiovascular medicine, data science, and patient-centred cardiac rehabilitation.

Heart Institute marks 40 years of life-saving transplants

It’s a remarkable feat of science and innovation, a team effort through and through – and the Heart Institute has excelled at it for decades

Heart Institute scientists create library of bioinspired materials for treating skin, eye and heart tissue

Research conducted in the Bioengineering and Therapeutic Solutions (BEaTS) Laboratory at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute (UOHI) has resulted in the development of a library of bioinspired molecules that can be assembled to mimic tissue structures similar to those found in humans.

At the Heart Institute, Dr. Lyall Higginson fulfilled his dream of helping and teaching others

After nearly 50 years, the renowned cardiologist is hanging up his stethoscope