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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 -...

IMAGINE on the Guts and Glory podcast – part 2

The second episode of the Guts and Glory podcast featuring IMAGINE is now available! Listen to IMAGINE researcher, Dr. Dean Tripp (above, second from right), and IMAGINE Patient Research Partner, Kim Daley (above, second from left), discuss mental health and IBD. Such...

IMAGINE on the Guts and Glory Podcast

What is CIHR SPOR? What is the IMAGINE Network? All of these questions and more are answered in this first episode of the Guts and Glory podcast featuring IMAGINE's Executive Director, Aida Fernandes (above, middle), along with one of IMAGINE's Patient Research...

IMAGINE Featured On CBC

Thanks to IMAGINE site director, Dr. Tony Otley for promoting IMAGINE's research on CBC. Check out the full article...

Announcing IMAGINE’s Incubator Grantees!

The results are in! Announcing IMAGINE’s Incubator Grantees! IMAGINE will be awarding approximately $700,000 in total funding to the following six grants. Congratulations to all and thank you to all those who submitted applications. The grant recipients (in...

Become a Patient Researcher

Patient and Community Engagement Research (PaCER) is a research support unit within the O’Brien Institute for Public Health at the University of Calgary. In partnership with IMAGINE, the group will complete a patient engagement Internship training program focused on a...

IMAGINE Featured on Radio Canada

IBD researcher, Jean-Éric Ghia talked about the IMAGINE Network and patient-oriented research in his series des Éprouvettes et des Hommes on Radio-Canada. Click here to listen to the full...

Tutor-PHC Program

TUTOR-PHC is a one-year, pan-Canadian, interdisciplinary research capacity building program that has been training primary and integrated health care researchers and decision-makers from family medicine, nursing, psychology, epidemiology, social work, occupational...

The 2017 Gutsy Learning Series is now Live!

On April 27, 2017, we joined forces with Crohn’s and Colitis Canada for their Spring 2017 Gutsy Learning Series. Attendees were given the opportunity to learn more about the latest research in Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. This presentation in now live....

IMAGINE’s Annual Face-To-Face Meeting is fast approaching

On June 4, 2017, the IMAGINE Network will be holding its first face-to-face meeting in Toronto to bring our leadership team, researchers and patient representatives together in one place. Along with the meeting, IMAGINE will be hosting a Patient-Oriented Research...

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