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IMAGINE Monthly Webinar Series: July 2020 IBD Clinical Studies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmRB2RieDW0 IMAGINE's July 2020 Webinar took place on July 21 and featured Dr. Charles Bernstein, IMAGINE IBD Research Lead and Site Director from the University of Manitoba. Topics discussed included: What to consider when designing an...

IMAGINE Funding Support: Travel and Conferences

IMAGINE launches 2 new Capacity Building Initiatives: Conference Sponsorship & Travel Award for trainees Funding will be considered to support local/national conferences, symposia, workshops or other events that are relevant to IMAGINE’s research mandate. Funds...

OSSU EMPOWER Awards

The Ontario SPOR SUPPORT Unit (OSSU) is inviting proposals from qualified groups for additional knowledge translation and implementation funding to empower patient oriented research projects to achieve broader impacts on health, health policy and health system for...

The MOB Tells All

This article will discuss our experience of going through the University of Calgary PaCER Certificate Program in January 2019, generously sponsored by IMAGINE. Our Team, IBD National (also affectionately called The MOB (standing for Manitoba, Ontario, British...

The PaCER Perspective

The PaCER Perspective July 2020 Who are we? Our inter-generational, diverse team brings together parents of IBD patients, siblings of IBD patients, patients themselves and various professional voices to coalesce into an effective research group able to empathize with...

June 11: COVID-19 Updates: IBD Clinic of the Future

Crohn's and Colitis Canada will be holding a webinar on Thursday June 11 from 7:15-8:15pm to discuss how IBD clinics will change post COVID-19, what they have learned from COVID-19 to improve patient care, and what this means for patients in the future. Click on the...

IMAGINE Monthly Webinar Series June: FMT

Introducing IMAGINE's Monthly Webinar Series! Aimed at young researchers and trainees to increase their expertise and skills in various areas, these training webinars will be hosted monthly by one of our IMAGINE investigators to address some important methodological...

IMAGINE on the Let’s Gut Real podcast

IMAGINE research coordinator at the University of Calgary, Simone Withecomb, talks about our research and her own struggles with IBS on the latest episode of Let's Gut Real. Listen to it here:...

CCHCSP Application Deadline Update!

Deadline update: May 1, 2020! The Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program (CCHCSP) is a transdisciplinary training program for the next generation of clinician-scientists in child and youth health research in Canada. CCHCSP provides support for these highly...

IMAGINE on Radio- Canada (French)

IMAGINE researcher, Jean-Eric Ghia from the University of Manitoba, speaks on the Radio-Canada (French) afternoon show "L'actuel". Click on the image below or here to give it a...

Dr. Mike Surette on FutureTech podcast

Dr. Mike Surette, IMAGINE's Microbiome Research Lead, and professor at McMaster University, talks about the research he's currently conducting as well as the future of microbiome science on the FutureTech podcast. CLick on the image below or click here to give the...

CityNews features IMAGINE

IMAGINE Patient Research Partner, Kim Daley, and Winnipeg Site Lead, Dr Charles Bernstein, talk about the importance of IMAGINE on CItyNews. Watch the full video here:    ...

IMAGINE on CTV News Winnipeg

IMAGINE's Winnipeg Site Lead, Dr Charles Bernstein, is featured on CTV news Winnipeg talking about IMAGINE's MAGIC Study. Read the full article here:...

Dr. Paul Moayyedi on FutureTech podcast

IMAGINE Co-PI, Dr. Paul Moayyedi discusses why a network of researchers across Canada is studying causes and possibilities for relief for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) on the FutureTech podcast. Click on the image below to listen...

IMAGINE on the Guts and Glory podcast – part 3

IMAGINE's final episode on the Guts and Glory podcast features IMAGINE's Co-PI Dr. Paul Moayyedi (above, second from left) and patient, Ziyaad (above, second from right), as they talk about all things FMT! Listen here: @PlayerFM - https://bit.ly/2PdUJWK @iTunes -...

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